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integrating aws (composer installation) with Codeigniter

Posted on 2015-02-17
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Hello,
I'm using Codeigniter 2.1

Inside index.php I added:

 
 require $application_folder .'/vendor/autoload.php'; 

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aws is isntalled in application/vendor directory  Screen-Shot-2015-02-17-at-10.09.17-PM.pn
inside my Controller , I am trying to put a file inside a bucket:

 
             
  
     $s3= Aws\S3\S3Client::factory([
       
           'key' => 'SK2AILHWLV6CO7H3BE4L',
           'secret' => 'LtBvZWW/T//79HcGbA129e658VtlkPRxxQNqpKoMysz',
           'bucket' => 'zzz'
       
       ]);
       
       
       $result = $s3->putObject(array(
           'Key' => 'Files2',
           'Bucket' => 'zzz',
           'SourceFile'   => 'start.csv',
           'ContentType'  => 'text/plain',
           'ACL'          => 'public-read',
           'StorageClass' => 'REDUCED_REDUNDANCY',
           'Metadata'     => array(
               'param1' => 'value 1',
               'param2' => 'value 2'
           )
       ));
       
       echo $result['ObjectURL'];

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but I'm getting an error:

Fatal error: Class 'Aws\S3\S3Client' not found in /www/server/application/controllers/testComp.php on line 34

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To integrate Composer with Codeigniter I folllowed the instuctions :  http //philsturgeon.uk/blog/2012/05/composer-with-codeigniter/
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by:Marco Gasi
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First, try to replace this:
 require $application_folder .'/vendor/autoload.php'; 

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with this:
 require base_url('vendor/autoload.php'); 

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Second, are you sure this is correct?
$s3= Aws\S3\S3Client::factory([

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I think if the class is correctly installed and loaded, it should be available this way:
$s3= S3Client::factory([

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