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Is there a way to put ThingWorx repositories in an Amazon S3 bucket?

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Is there a way to put ThingWorx repositories in an Amazon S3 bucket?

We have ThingWorx installed on an AWS EC2 server and are interested in utilizing a S3 bucket for user repositories.  Can this be done?  If so, how?

 

-Tim

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Re: Is there a way to put ThingWorx repositories in an Amazon S3 bucket?

Hi Tim,

 

In the core platform this would not be possible. Repositories are restricted to a defined server directory.  S3 does have rest APIs so it would not be too difficult to create a couple of services to accomplish the same thing without the use of the built in repositories.

 

You could use the ContentLoaderFunctions resource to do the API calls or create an extension to do the same.

 

Thanks,
Adam

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Re: Is there a way to put ThingWorx repositories in an Amazon S3 bucket?

Hi Tim,

 

In the core platform this would not be possible. Repositories are restricted to a defined server directory.  S3 does have rest APIs so it would not be too difficult to create a couple of services to accomplish the same thing without the use of the built in repositories.

 

You could use the ContentLoaderFunctions resource to do the API calls or create an extension to do the same.

 

Thanks,
Adam

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