Default Http Headers - Automatically Apply HTTP Headers during uploading
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Default HTTP Headers overview

Default HTTP Headers is feature that let's you automatically apply pre-defined set of HTTP headers to files you upload to Amazon S3.

You may configure it in a way that specific headers will be applied to subset of files or buckets, or even all files you upload to Amazon S3 via TntDrive. Flexible masks with wildcards support are available for bucket and file names.

Using this feature you may automatically apply storage classes (x-amz-storage-class), permissions (x-amz-acl), server-side encryption (x-amz-server-side-encryption) and other s3-specific headers for files during uploading. You may also modify some standard HTTP headers like the Conntent-Type or Expires header.


To add new default HTTP header

1. Start TntDrive Dashboard and click Tools, Default HTTP Headers

Tools, Default HTTP Headers

Start TntDrive Dashboard and click Tools, Default HTTP Headers

Default HTTP Headers dialog will open:

default HTTP headers dialog

Default HTTP Headers dialog allows you to view/edit/delete default HTTP headers

2. Click Add and the Add New Default HTTP Headers dialog will open:

add new default HTTP header dialog

Add New Default HTTP Headers dialog

3. Fill out Bucket name, File name, Header name and Header value.

The Bucket name and the File name fields are optional. If you leave them empty, the filter will be applied to all files you upload to any bucket.

If you would like to apply the header only to files in specific bucket, you need to specify the bucket name. If need to apply the header only to files in specific folder in a bucket, you also specify the folder name with the /* at the end.

For example if you need to apply custom Content-Type header only to files in the my-files folder in a bucket called my-stuff you need to add the following default HTTP header:

  • Bucket: my-stuff
  • File name: my-files/*
  • header name: Conntent-Type
  • header value: my-custom/content-type

For example if you need to apply the Expires header only to *.png files in a bucket called my-images you need to add the following default HTTP header:

  • Bucket: my-images
  • File name: *.png
  • header name: Expires
  • header value: Fri, 17 Jun 2020 12:45:47 GMT

4. Click Add and Save Changes


To Edit HTTP Header

1. Start TntDrive Dashboard and click Tools, Default HTTP Headers

Tools, Default HTTP Headers

Start TntDrive Dashboard and click Tools, Default HTTP Headers

Default HTTP Headers dialog will open:

edit default HTTP headers

Select the header you want to edit and click Edit

2. Select the header and click Edit or press F2 on your keyboard.

The Edit Default HTTP Headers dialog will open:

edit default HTTP header dialog

Edit Default HTTP Headers dialog

2. Change desired properties and click Save changes.


To delete one or multiple headers

1. Start TntDrive Dashboard and click Tools, Default HTTP Headers

Tools, Default HTTP Headers

Start TntDrive Dashboard and click Tools, Default HTTP Headers

Default HTTP Headers dialog will open:

delete default HTTP headers

Select the headers you want to delete and click Delete

2. Select the headers and click Delete or press Del on your keyboard

3. Click Save changes

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