The S3 connector can access AWS S3 buckets in native format.
The connector uses the S3 API to request data from S3. It calls the
listBucket service, which lists all buckets owned by the user account supplied to the connector.
When creating an S3 datasource using the UI, Fusion automatically verifies that the user information supplied has access to the bucket defined in the URL property. If the bucket is not in the list returned by S3, datasource creation may fail. At crawl time, if the bucket is not in the list returned by S3, the crawl will fail.
Permission errors when trying to create or crawl the datasource may be caused by incorrect username or password, or they may be due to user account permissions. The user account must have List Bucket permissions for the account which owns the bucket that the crawler is trying to access.