Last updated：2021-09-14 16:18:18
You can call this operation to delete all tags of a specified object.
To call this operation, you must have the DeleteObjectTagging permission on the object. KS3 returns corresponding information based on whether you have the DeleteObjectTagging permission. If you do not have the DeleteObjectTagging permission on the object, KS3 returns an HTTP 403 error with the error message “access denied.”
DELETE /<ObjectKey>?tagging Host: <BucketName>.<Region>.ksyun.com Date: GMT Date Authorization: SignatureValue
A DeleteObjectTagging request contains only common request headers.For more information, see common request headers.
The response to a DeleteObjectTagging request contains only common response headers.For more information, see common response headers.
No special errors are returned.
DELETE /<ObjectKey>?tagging HTTP 1.1 Host:<BucketName>.<Region>.ksyuncs.com Date: GMT Date Authorization: Auth String
204 (No Content) content‐length: 0 server:ks3 x‐kss‐request‐id: 5CAC0AD16D0232E2051B**** date: Tue, 09 Apr 2020 03:00:33 GMT
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