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package com.amazonaws.auth.policy.resources;
Represents one or more Amazon S3 objects involved in an AWS access control policy. S3 object resources can be fully specified (i.e. the full key) or you can use the '*' wildcard to match multiple objects.

For example, an object resource created for bucket 'mybucket' and key pattern 'foo*' will match any object stored in 'mybucket' with a key that starts with 'foo':

    new S3ObjectResource("mybucket", "foo*");
 

To match all objects in a bucket:

    new S3ObjectResource("mybucket", "*");
 

Amazon S3 object resources can be used in the following operations:

public class S3ObjectResource extends Resource {

    
Constructs a new object resource that represents the specified objects. The keyPattern argument may contain the '*' wildcard to match multiple objects. For example, an object resource created for bucket 'mybucket' and key pattern 'foo*' will match any object stored in 'mybucket' with a key that starts with 'foo'.

Parameters:
bucketName The name of the bucket containing the object or objects represented by this resource.
keyPattern The key or key pattern, which can optionally contain the '*' wildcard to include multiple objects in the resource.
    public S3ObjectResource(String bucketNameString keyPattern) {
        super("arn:aws:s3:::" + bucketName + "/" + keyPattern);
    }
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