Archival state of an object. This field is set only for objects in Archive tier.
Cache-Control header, as described in RFC 2616.
Content-Disposition header, as described in RFC 2616.
Content-Encoding header, as described in RFC 2616.
Content-Language header, as described in RFC 2616.
The object size in bytes.
Content-MD5 header, as described in RFC 2616. Unavailable for objects uploaded using multipart upload.
Content-Type header, as described in RFC 2616.
The entity tag (ETag) for the object.
Flag to indicate whether or not the object was modified. If this is true, the getter for the object itself will return null. Callers should check this if they specified one of the request params that might result in a conditional response (like 'if-match'/'if-none-match').
The object modification time, as described in RFC 2616.
Echoes back the value passed in the opc-client-request-id header, for use by clients when debugging.
The user-defined metadata for the object.
Only applicable to objects uploaded using multipart upload. Base-64 representation of the multipart object hash. The multipart object hash is calculated by taking the MD5 hashes of the parts, concatenating the binary representation of those hashes in order of their part numbers, and then calculating the MD5 hash of the concatenated values.
Unique Oracle-assigned identifier for the request. If you need to contact Oracle about a particular request, provide this request ID.
The storage tier that the object is stored in.
Time that the object is returned to the archived state. This field is only present for restored objects.
VersionId of the object requested