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php – Aws S3 CompleteMultipartUpload error

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Fatal error: Uncaught Aws\S3\Exception\InvalidRequestException: AWS Error Code: InvalidRequest, Status Code: 400, AWS Request ID: B1A28EBE65521DF4, AWS Error Type: client, AWS Error Message: You must specify at least one part, User-Agent: aws-sdk-php2/2.7.22 Guzzle/3.9.2 curl/7.40.0 PHP/5.6.6 thrown in C:\vhosts********.com\db*****\FileUploader_v2\aws\Aws\Common\Exception\NamespaceExceptionFactory.php on line 91

I am getting the above error whenever I run my multipart upload program use AWS S3. My program should slice part of the file in a JS script that is then sent to a php script using XMLHTTPRequest. That part seems to be working well. However, the issue arises when CompleteMultipartUpload is called. What I gather from the error is that my part are too small or are empty.

upload.htm:

var command;
var file;
var ownerName;
var totalSize;
var partSize = 2 * 1024 * 1024; // constant
var sendBackData;
var totalSize;
var sureUploadSize = 0, probableUplaodSize = 0;
var numParts;
var partsLeft = [];

    function _(el){
        return document.getElementById(el);
    }

    function calcTotalSize(file){
        var size_total = 0;
        for(var i = 0; i < file.length; i++){
            size_total += file[i].size;
        }
        return size_total;
    }

    function uploadFile(){
        file = _("file").files[0];
        console.log(file);
        ownerName = _("name").value;
        totalSize = file.size;
        command = 'CreateMultipartUpload';

        var formdata = new FormData();
        formdata.append("command", command);
        formdata.append("filename", file.name);
        formdata.append("name", ownerName);
        var ajax = new XMLHttpRequest();
        ajax.open("POST", "FileUploader.php", true);
        ajax.send(formdata);
        ajax.onreadystatechange = function() {
            if (ajax.readyState === 4) {
                sendBackData = JSON.parse(ajax.responseText);
                numParts = Math.ceil(totalSize / partSize);
                uploadPart(1);
            }
        };
    }

    function uploadPart(partNum){
        console.log("Uploading part " + partNum);
        console.log(sendBackData['uploadId']);
        command = 'UploadPart';

        if (partNum > numParts) {
            completeMultipartUpload();
            return;
        }

        var formdata = new FormData();

        var start = (partNum - 1) * partSize;
        var end = start + partSize;
        if (end > totalSize)
            end = totalSize;
        var length = end - start;
        var curBlobPart = file.slice(start, end);

        //console.log(sendBackData['uploadId']);

        formdata.append("file[]", curBlobPart);
        formdata.append("command", command);
        formdata.append("uploadId", sendBackData['uploadId']);
        formdata.append("key", sendBackData['key']);
        formdata.append("partNumber", partNum);

        var ajax = new XMLHttpRequest();
        ajax.open("POST", "FileUploader.php", true);
        ajax.addEventListener("load", completeHandler, false);
        ajax.addEventListener("error", errorHandler, false);
        ajax.addEventListener("abort", abortHandler, false);
        ajax.send(formdata);
        ajax.onreadystatechange = function() {
            if (ajax.readyState === 4) {
                uploadPart(partNum + 1);
            }
        };
    }

    function completeMultipartUpload() {
        command = 'CompleteMultipartUpload';

        var formdata = new FormData();
        formdata.append("command", command);
        formdata.append("uploadId", sendBackData['uploadId']);
        formdata.append("key", sendBackData['key']);

        var ajax = new XMLHttpRequest();
        ajax.open("POST", "FileUploader.php", true);
        ajax.addEventListener("load", completeHandler, false);
        ajax.addEventListener("error", errorHandler, false);
        ajax.addEventListener("abort", abortHandler, false);
        ajax.send(formdata);
        ajax.onreadystatechange = function() {
            if (ajax.readyState === 4) {
                alert("File uploaded successfully");
            }
        };
    }

    function progressHandler(event){
        _("loaded_n_total").innerHTML = "Uploaded "+event.loaded+" bytes of "+event.total;
        var percent = (event.loaded / event.total) * 100;
        _("progressBar").value = Math.round(percent);
        _("status").innerHTML = Math.round(percent)+"% uploaded... please wait";
    }
    function completeHandler(event){
        _("status").innerHTML = event.target.responseText;
        _("progressBar").value = 0;
    }
    function errorHandler(event){
        _("status").innerHTML = "Upload Failed";
    }
    function abortHandler(event){
        _("status").innerHTML = "Upload Aborted";
    }`

FileUploader.php:
`

//require 'SimpleImage.php';
//require 'gifsplit.php';
//require 'functions.php';

require 'config.php';
require 'aws/aws-autoloader.php';

use Aws\Common\Exception\MultipartUploadException;
use Aws\S3\Model\MultipartUpload\UploadBuilder;
use Aws\S3\S3Client;
use Aws\S3\Exception\S3Exception;

function sendJson($arr)
{
    header('Content-Type: application/json');
    die(json_encode($arr));
}

// S3
$s3 = S3Client::factory(array(
    'key' => AWS_KEY,
    'secret' => AWS_SECRET_KEY
));

//$part = $_POST['part'];

switch ($_POST['command']) {
    case 'CreateMultipartUpload':
        $key = "other/".$_POST['name']."/".$_POST['filename'];

        $response = $s3->createMultipartUpload(array(
            'Bucket'    => TMP_IMG,
            'Key'       => $key
        ));

        $uploadId = $response['UploadId'];

        sendJson(array(
            'uploadId' => $uploadId,
            'key'      => $key
        ));
        break;

    case 'UploadPart':
        var_dump($_FILES['file']);

        $result = $s3->uploadPart(array(
            'Bucket'    => TMP_IMG,
            'Key'       => $_POST['key'],
            'UploadId'  => $_POST['uploadId'],
            'PartNumber'=> $_POST['partNumber'],
            'Body'      => $_FILES['file']['tmp_name']
        ));
        break;

    case 'CompleteMultipartUpload':
        $partsModel = $s3->listParts(array(
            'Bucket' => TMP_IMG,
            'Key'       => $_POST['key'],
            'UploadId'  => $_POST['uploadId']
        ));

        $model = $s3->completeMultipartUpload(array(
            'Bucket' => TMP_IMG,
            'Key' => $_POST['key'],
            'UploadId' => $_POST['uploadId'],
            'Parts' => $partsModel['Parts']
        ));

        sendJson(array(
            'success' => true
        ));
        break;

    case 'AbortMultipartUpload':
        # code...
        break;

    default:
        # code...
        break;
}

Is there anything that is obviously wrong on how I am accomplishing my task. My only thought would be that my part size it too small for the upload. If that is the case, I do have a work around for that with another version of my project that I have been working on.

How to&Answers:

I just spend a few too many minutes* on this same problem, until I realized that the Parts argument should be nested in a MultipartUpload entry. My code now looks like this:

$completeParams = Array(
    'Bucket' => $multipartUpload['Bucket'],
    'Key' => $multipartUpload['Key'],
    'MultipartUpload' => Array(
        'Parts' => $parts,
    ),
    'UploadId' => $multipartUpload['UploadId']
);

$res = $client->completeMultipartUpload($completeParams);

And that works just fine. At least when using version 3 of the SDK. Version 2 of the SDK expects Parts directly in $params.

*I won’t reveal how many minutes