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Report for Amazon S3 Operations in Queue

Bucket Explorer allows you to view the queue history and detailed record of all the queues. There are many operations in which we are using queue to show the details and statistics of the performed operation (e.g. Upload , Download , Copy , Move  etc). After performing each operation, user can retrieve the details of the  operation performed in queue using  "Transfer Queue History" option to check whether the operation fails is successful or pending.

To view the queue details for a particular queue, follow these steps:
  1. Run Bucket Explorer.
  2. Perform some queue operations.
  3. There is a separate queue for each operation, performed separately.
  4. Go to 'TransferQueue -> Transfer Queue History' menu option in menu bar.
  5. It will show the 'Transfer Queue History' panel with a list box containing the list of all the queued names.
  6. Select the queue from the list box and click on "Show button".
  7. It will show the queue details in grid for the selected queue as-
    1. Status - Whether the process of the object is pending or successful.
    2. Action - Action that has been performed on the object. (e.g. ActionUpload, ActionDownload etc)
    3. Status Reason - Whether the process for the object is completed or not.
  1. Total Size - Total size of object.
  2. Bucket Name - Operation that has been performed on the bucket .
  3. Object Name - Operation that has been performed on the object.
  4. End Time - It shows the time when the operation on the object was completed in 'Date-Time' format.
  5. Start Time - It shows the time when the operation on the object started in 'Date-Time' format.
  6. File Path - It shows the file path in local system for the object/file.
  7. Total Time - It shows the time taken to complete the action on a particular object in the queue.
  8. Byte Transferred - It shows the size of the object in order to complete the action performed on the object.
  9. User Name - It shows the name of the user account in local system (e.g. Administrator, Guest etc)
  10. ETag - It shows the Entity tag value for particular object.
    ( ETag - The object's entity tag is an opaque string used to quickly check an object for changes.)