|Related to : AWS::S3::PermanentRedirect in SongsController#index "The bucket you are attempting to access must be addressed using the specified endpoint"|
|which class need to be addressed to support drag'n drop between Qt app and finder|
The class that has the dragEnterEvent and stuff overridden is named
Browser, however you do not instantiate it, instead you instantiate
QTreeWidget *MyTree = new QTreeWidget(centralWidget);
So that is the reason why no members from Browser will get called. You
perhaps wanted to write:
QTreeWidget *MyTree = new Browser(MyDevice, centralWidget);
Or something like that.
|Spring OAuth2 Generate Access Token per request to the Token Endpoint|
Updated on 21/11/2014
When I double check, I found that InMemoryTokenStore use a
OAuth2Authentication's hash string as key of serveral Map. And when I
use same username, client_id, scope.. and I got same key. So this may
leading to some problem. So I think the old way are deprecated. The
following is what I did to avoid the problem.
Create another AuthenticationKeyGenerator that can calculate un
|What is a bucket brigade?|
Ah, welcome to the least documented parts of the PHP manual! [I opened
a bug report about it; maybe this answer will be helpful for
documenting it: https://bugs.php.net/bug.php?id=69966]
The bucket brigade
To start with your initial question, the bucket brigade is just a name
to the resource named userfilter.bucket brigade.
You are passed two different brigades in as first and second
|Bucket permissions on Amazon|
The fact that "anyone can still access" your objects suggests that you
have granted default access to objects, and you are then trying to
Deny access that does not have a signature (Pre-signed URL).
If you wish to only provide access to objects in Amazon S3 by using a
Pre-Signed URL, then you do not require a Bucket Policy. To explain...
By default, all objects in Amazon S3 are private. You can
|Amazon S3 secure URL at the bucket level|
When you create a pre-signed URL, that is done completely locally. You
could do it "by yourself", but it is much easier to use the SDK, and
there would be no practical diferences. See that there is no "sign"
action on the S3 API.
However, you can not sign at the "bucket level", as signature is
checked per-object. I believe signing a whole bucket would not be