S3 Delete Objects

Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) is an online storage service by Amazon. You can use this service to store any kind of data on the internet, and retrieve it at anytime, from anywhere. In Amazon S3, data is stored in buckets. These buckets are like containers that can hold any number of objects.

Using this action, you can delete single or multiple objects from a particular bucket at one go. To do this, configure the action, and select the required AWS connection. Then, provide the name of the bucket from which you wish to delete objects.


Next, click on the ‘+ Objects’ link. This will give you two more fields ‘Key (Object Name)’ and ‘Version ID’. Enter the name of the object that you wish to delete in the ‘Key (Object Name)’ field. This field is mandatory. If you want to delete a specific version of the given object, you can specify it in the ‘Version ID’ field. This is an optional field.

Similarly, you can add multiple ‘objects’ to this list by clicking on ‘+ Objects’ link, and delete up to 1000 object through a single request.

Once you have entered all the required details, click on ‘Done’ and run the workflow. This will delete all the objects specified in the action.

  • output-arrow aws-128 S3 Delete Objects
    • left-triangle Deleted array
      • left-triangle Key string
      • left-triangle VersionId string
    • left-triangle Errors array
      • left-triangle Key string
      • left-triangle VersionId string