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AWS S3 objects not expiring

 
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Hello All,

I've set expiration rule through Java code for my S3 objects, but the objects are not expiring from S3.

When I do HEAD-object, I am able to see "Expiration" and the correct rule against the object, but nothing seems to happen even though at least 2 UTC midnights have passed since I set up the rule.

On the other hand, I tried creating a rule manually using the UI in S3. That seems to have removed the object correctly. Both rules had exactly similar prefixes.

When I upload the file, I see that my Java code executes and creates the rule simultaneously, setting up the prefix correctly. I am not sure why removal doesn't happen as expected.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. I can share more details if necessary.

Thank you.
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