Store pdf directly to amazon

Hello Everyone,

I am using wicked pdf and rails 3.2.8.

I can generate pdf (html to pdf).
How can i store my pdf file into amazon s3 without storing in Local.
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Please help

Using Paperclip, you should be able to configure to store your pdfs onto
amazon s3.

https://github.com/thoughtbot/paperclip

Cheers,
GT

I dont think it will helpful, below is my code,

// in my model

  content = File.read "#{Rails.root}/app/to/mytemplate.html.erb"
  template = ERB.new(content)
  html_content = template.result(binding)
  pdf= WickedPdf.new.pdf_from_string(html_content)
  save_path = "#{Rails.root}/public/test_pdf.pdf"
  File.open(save_path, 'wb') do |file|
   file << pdf
  end
  @photo = Photo.new
  @photo.avatar = 

File.open("#{Rails.root}/public/message#{@message.id
}.pdf")
@photo.save

The above code will generate pdf and store file locally then only i am
uploading into s3 server.
But i need to store s3 without store into local. Is that possible?

Saravanan.P

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   file << pdf
  end
  @photo = Photo.new
  @photo.avatar =

File.open("#{Rails.root}/public/message#{@message.id}.pdf")
@photo.save

The above code will generate pdf and store file locally then only i am
uploading into s3 server.
But i need to store s3 without store into local. Is that possible?

Try Fog (http://fog.io) – you can open up a storage connection and
write directly to S3:

Creating the S3 item (new) after making connection and bucket:

file = bucket.files.create(
:key => ‘test_pdf.pdf’,
:body => pdf,
:public => true
)

and the public URL is at:

file.public_url

Saving a new version of the S3 item:

file = bucket.files.get(‘test_pdf.pdf’)
file.body = newpdf
file.save

ok Tamouse Thank You. let me try this. :slight_smile:

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  save_path = "#{Rails.root}/public/test_pdf.pdf"

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