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From "Manju (Jira)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Created] (JCLOUDS-1533) Using SAS Token unable to upload the file to azure container
Date Tue, 17 Dec 2019 13:21:00 GMT
Manju created JCLOUDS-1533:
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             Summary: Using SAS Token unable to upload the file to azure container
                 Key: JCLOUDS-1533
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JCLOUDS-1533
             Project: jclouds
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: jclouds-blobstore, jclouds-core
            Reporter: Manju


 

*Jcloud version - 2.2.0*

 
{code:java}

Using Azure key and secret key - Working fine. (Able to upload the files, It will create test1 folder mycontainer and
uploads test-data.log file)
===============================================================

it  should "Upload a file" in {    
    val azureKey = AppConf.getStorageKey("azure")
    val azureToken = AppConf.getStorageSecret("azure")    import org.jclouds.ContextBuilder
    import org.jclouds.blobstore.BlobStoreContext
    val context = ContextBuilder.newBuilder("azureblob").credentials(azureKey, azureToken).buildView(classOf[BlobStoreContext])
   var blobStore = context.getBlobStore()
    blobStore.createContainerInLocation(null, "mycontainer")
    val fileObj = new File("src/test/resources/test-data.log")
    val payload = Files.asByteSource(fileObj)
    val blob = blobStore.blobBuilder("test1/test-data.log").payload(payload).contentLength(payload.size()).build()
    blobStore.putBlob("mycontainer", blob, new PutOptions().multipart())
    context.close()
}
{code}
{code:java}

Using AZURE SAS Token - It Doesn't work - Unable to upload the file
====================================================================

it  should "Upload a file" in {    val sasToken = AppConf.getSSAToken("azure")
    val azureKey = AppConf.getStorageKey("azure")
       import org.jclouds.ContextBuilder
    import org.jclouds.blobstore.BlobStoreContext
    val context = ContextBuilder.newBuilder("azureblob").credentials(azureKey, sasToken).buildView(classOf[BlobStoreContext])
   var blobStore = context.getBlobStore()
    blobStore.createContainerInLocation(null, "mycontainer")
    val fileObj = new File("src/test/resources/test-data.log")
    val payload = Files.asByteSource(fileObj)
    val blob = blobStore.blobBuilder("test1/test-data.log").payload(payload).contentLength(payload.size()).build()
    blobStore.putBlob("mycontainer", blob, new PutOptions().multipart())
    context.close()}
{code}
*Error: When We use SAS Token with the above code to upload the files into (mycontainer/test1/test-data.log)*

 
{code:java}
org.jclouds.azure.storage.AzureStorageResponseException: command [method=org.jclouds.azureblob.AzureBlobClient.public
abstract void org.jclouds.azureblob.AzureBlobClient.putBlock(java.lang.String,java.lang.String,java.lang.String,org.jclouds.io.Payload)[mycontainer,
test1/test-data.log, AAAAAQ==, [content=true, contentMetadata=[cacheControl=null, contentDisposition=null,
contentEncoding=null, contentLanguage=null, contentLength=7986, contentMD5=null, contentType=application/unknown,
expires=null], written=false, isSensitive=false]], request=PUT https://test.blob.core.windows.net/mycontainer/test1/test-data.log?comp=block&blockid=AAAAAQ%3D%3D
HTTP/1.1] failed with code 400, error: AzureError{requestId='c13bc6b2-f01e-0020-5acd-b4114e000000',
code='InvalidQueryParameterValue', message='Value for one of the query parameters specified
in the request URI is invalid.
RequestId:c13bc6b2-f01e-0020-5acd-b4114e000000
Time:2019-12-17T11:31:17.8460459Z', context='{QueryParameterValue=block, QueryParameterName=comp,
Reason=}'}
com.google.common.util.concurrent.UncheckedExecutionException: org.jclouds.azure.storage.AzureStorageResponseException:
command [method=org.jclouds.azureblob.AzureBlobClient.public abstract void org.jclouds.azureblob.AzureBlobClient.putBlock(java.lang.String,java.lang.String,java.lang.String,org.jclouds.io.Payload)[mycontainer,
test1/test-data.log, AAAAAQ==, [content=true, contentMetadata=[cacheControl=null, contentDisposition=null,
contentEncoding=null, contentLanguage=null, contentLength=7986, contentMD5=null, contentType=application/unknown,
expires=null], written=false, isSensitive=false]], request=PUT https://test.blob.core.windows.net/mycontainer/test1/test-data.log?comp=block&blockid=AAAAAQ%3D%3D
HTTP/1.1] failed with code 400, error: AzureError{requestId='c13bc6b2-f01e-0020-5acd-b4114e000000',
code='InvalidQueryParameterValue', message='Value for one of the query parameters specified
in the request URI is invalid.
RequestId:c13bc6b2-f01e-0020-5acd-b4114e000000
Time:2019-12-17T11:31:17.8460459Z', context='{QueryParameterValue=block, QueryParameterName=comp,
Reason=}'}
{code}
 

*My Observation*

I think with SAS token when we use *{{blobStore.blobBuilder("test1/test-data.log")}}* a
path like in this format*(test1/test-data.log)* then it's breaking.

{{blobBuilder}} is not able to create a folder(test1) it seems.

*But*

When I use *{{blobStore.blobBuilder("test-data.log")}}* just *filename* without folder
mentions then it will work. (Able to upload only {{test-data.log}} file without creating
any folder.)

 

 

 

 



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