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Setting CORS Rules

You can call ObsClient.setBucketCors to set CORS rules for a bucket. If the bucket is configured with CORS rules, the newly set ones will overwrite the existing ones. Sample code is as follows:

// Import the OBS library.
var ObsClient = require('./lib/obs');

// Create an instance of ObsClient.
var obsClient = new ObsClient({
    access_key_id: '*** Provide your Access Key ***',       
    secret_access_key: '*** Provide your Secret Key ***',       
    server : 'yourdomainname'
});

obsClient.setBucketCors({
       Bucket:'bucketname',
       CorsRule:[
           {
// Specify the request method, which can be GET, PUT, DELETE, POST, or HEAD.
                     AllowedMethod: ['GET','HEAD','PUT'],
// Specify the origin of the cross-domain request.
                     AllowedOrigin: ['http://www.a.com','http://www.b.com'],
// Specify whether headers specified in Access-Control-Request-Headers in the OPTIONS request can be used. 
                     AllowedHeader: ['x-obs-header'],
// Specify response headers that users can access using application programs.
                     ExposeHeader: ['x-obs-expose-header'],
// Specify the browser's cache time of the returned results of OPTIONS requests for specific resources, in seconds.
                     MaxAgeSeconds: 10
              }
       ]
}, (err, result) => {
       if(err){
              console.log('Error-->' + err);
       }else{
              console.log('Status-->' + result.CommonMsg.Status);
       }
});
NOTE:
  • Use the CorsRule parameter to configure CORS rules for a bucket.
  • Both AllowedOrigin and AllowedHeader can contain up to one wildcard character (*). The wildcard character (*) indicates that all origins or headers are allowed.