Creating a Batch Operations job with job tags used for labeling - Amazon Simple Storage Service
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Creating a Batch Operations job with job tags used for labeling

You can label and control access to your S3 Batch Operations jobs by adding tags. Tags can be used to identify who is responsible for a Batch Operations job. You can create jobs with tags attached to them, and you can add tags to jobs after they are created. For more information, see Controlling access and labeling jobs using tags.

The following Amazon CLI example creates an S3 Batch Operations S3PutObjectCopy job using job tags as labels for the job.

  1. Select the action or OPERATION that you want the Batch Operations job to perform, and choose your TargetResource.

    read -d '' OPERATION <<EOF { "S3PutObjectCopy": { "TargetResource": "arn:aws:s3:::destination-bucket" } } EOF
  2. Identify the job TAGS that you want for the job. In this case, you apply two tags, department and FiscalYear, with the values Marketing and 2020 respectively.

    read -d '' TAGS <<EOF [ { "Key": "department", "Value": "Marketing" }, { "Key": "FiscalYear", "Value": "2020" } ] EOF
  3. Specify the MANIFEST for the Batch Operations job.

    read -d '' MANIFEST <<EOF { "Spec": { "Format": "EXAMPLE_S3BatchOperations_CSV_20180820", "Fields": [ "Bucket", "Key" ] }, "Location": { "ObjectArn": "arn:aws:s3:::example-bucket/example_manifest.csv", "ETag": "example-5dc7a8bfb90808fc5d546218" } } EOF
  4. Configure the REPORT for the Batch Operations job.

    read -d '' REPORT <<EOF { "Bucket": "arn:aws:s3:::example-report-bucket", "Format": "Example_Report_CSV_20180820", "Enabled": true, "Prefix": "reports/copy-with-replace-metadata", "ReportScope": "AllTasks" } EOF
  5. Run thecreate-job action to create your Batch Operations job with inputs set in the preceding steps.

    aws \ s3control create-job \ --account-id 123456789012 \ --manifest "${MANIFEST//$'\n'}" \ --operation "${OPERATION//$'\n'/}" \ --report "${REPORT//$'\n'}" \ --priority 10 \ --role-arn arn:aws:iam::123456789012:role/batch-operations-role \ --tags "${TAGS//$'\n'/}" \ --client-request-token "$(uuidgen)" \ --region us-west-2 \ --description "Copy with Replace Metadata";

The following example creates an S3 Batch Operations job with tags using the Amazon SDK for Java.

public String createJob(final AWSS3ControlClient awss3ControlClient) { final String manifestObjectArn = "arn:aws:s3:::example-manifest-bucket/manifests/10_manifest.csv"; final String manifestObjectVersionId = "example-5dc7a8bfb90808fc5d546218"; final JobManifestLocation manifestLocation = new JobManifestLocation() .withObjectArn(manifestObjectArn) .withETag(manifestObjectVersionId); final JobManifestSpec manifestSpec = new JobManifestSpec().withFormat(JobManifestFormat.S3InventoryReport_CSV_20161130); final JobManifest manifestToPublicApi = new JobManifest() .withLocation(manifestLocation) .withSpec(manifestSpec); final String jobReportBucketArn = "arn:aws:s3:::example-report-bucket"; final String jobReportPrefix = "example-job-reports"; final JobReport jobReport = new JobReport() .withEnabled(true) .withReportScope(JobReportScope.AllTasks) .withBucket(jobReportBucketArn) .withPrefix(jobReportPrefix) .withFormat(JobReportFormat.Report_CSV_20180820); final String lambdaFunctionArn = "arn:aws:lambda:us-west-2:123456789012:function:example-function"; final JobOperation jobOperation = new JobOperation() .withLambdaInvoke(new LambdaInvokeOperation().withFunctionArn(lambdaFunctionArn)); final S3Tag departmentTag = new S3Tag().withKey("department").withValue("Marketing"); final S3Tag fiscalYearTag = new S3Tag().withKey("FiscalYear").withValue("2020"); final String roleArn = "arn:aws:iam::123456789012:role/example-batch-operations-role"; final Boolean requiresConfirmation = true; final int priority = 10; final CreateJobRequest request = new CreateJobRequest() .withAccountId("123456789012") .withDescription("Test lambda job") .withManifest(manifestToPublicApi) .withOperation(jobOperation) .withPriority(priority) .withRoleArn(roleArn) .withReport(jobReport) .withTags(departmentTag, fiscalYearTag) .withConfirmationRequired(requiresConfirmation); final CreateJobResult result = awss3ControlClient.createJob(request); return result.getJobId(); }