kandi X-RAY | java-sdk Summary
kandi X-RAY | java-sdk Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Entry point for testing
- Gets the cipher
- Decrypts data from a stream
- Decrypt data
- Main entry point
- Read an input stream into a byte array
- Returns the cipher
- Converts the given object to the given class
- Converts the given list of objects to the given class
- Get full spell
- Format object
- Merges the given Properties into the given Map
- Checks if a given collection contains a single object
- Randomly removes the specified number of members from the specified key
- Hash values
- Hash list list
- Get all values of the given key
- Initialize the module
- Convert an input string to PinY
- Remove a member
- Convert a string to camel style
- Test program
- Set value if not exist
- Get first spell
- Transform a camel style string to lowercase
- Add a list of members to the map
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Trending Discussions on java-sdk
I am reading from a DynamoDB table in form of Map. The record looks something like this :-...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-24 at 07:33
I used RecordMapper to serialise the value. https://github.com/awslabs/dynamodb-streams-kinesis-adapter/blob/master/src/main/java/com/amazonaws/services/dynamodbv2/streamsadapter/model/RecordObjectMapper.java
I'm using Apache Spark 3.1.0 with Python 3.9.6. I'm trying to read csv file from AWS S3 bucket something like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-25 at 11:11
You need to use
hadoop-aws version 3.2.0 for spark 3. In
hadoop-aws library is enough to read files from S3.
I am using Gradle 7.3.3 to build a Spring Boot Application that uses jooq to generate Table, POJO, and Record Classes from a pre-existing database schema. When attempting to upgrade jooqVersion from 3.15.5 to 3.16.0, :generateJooq returns the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-02 at 15:35
The third party gradle plugin to use for jOOQ code generation isn't ready for jOOQ 3.16 yet. A fix is being discussed here: https://github.com/etiennestuder/gradle-jooq-plugin/pull/208
I'm trying to run spring boot project, but i get this error.
any idea what error is this ?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-31 at 14:56
You need to add dependency for the jar required by your gradle version. Trying adding this dependency and refreshing your gradle.
implementation group: 'com.amazonaws', name: 'aws-java-sdk-core', version: '1.11.948'
We recently upgraded our project from Grails 3 to 5.1.1. Actually, it was not really an upgrade but rather a migration. We ended up creating a fresh project with 5.1.1 and migrated all of our code into it. Everything is currently working with an exception of one warning:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-18 at 07:22
I managed to get the error to go away. All I needed to do it all the dependency config for the related tasks (in build.gradle):
I have a multimodule Maven project where parent pom is as follows...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-12 at 10:04
You have declared 'org.springframework.boot' as the parent module of both modules. So if some jars and artifacts like 'com.amazonaws' do not exist in 'org.springframework.boot', they won't be resolved in your project. These dependencies are not announced in 'Spring' module in your project and whatever you have declared in it, can be found in 'org.springframework.boot', then resolved. If you do not declare a 'version' tag in your pom, I guess the version of the parent (here 2.6.1) will be considered for your module version.
In my java application I need to write data to S3, which I don't know the size in advance and sizes are usually big so as recommend in the AWS S3 documentation I am using the Using the Java AWS SDKs (low-level-level API) to write data to the s3 bucket.
In my application I provide
S3BufferedOutputStream which is an implementation
OutputStream where other classes in the app can use this stream to write to the s3 bucket.
I store the data in a buffer and loop and once the data is bigger than bucket size I upload data in the buffer as a a single
Here is the implementation of the write method of S3BufferedOutputStream
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-05 at 15:03
You should look at using the AWS SDK for Java V2. You are referencing V1, not the newest Amazon S3 Java API. If you are not familiar with V2, start here:
To perform Async operations via the Amazon S3 Java API, you use S3AsyncClient.
Now to learn how to upload an object using this client, see this code example:
Things worked fine in 2021.2 but when same project opened in 2021.3 then stated to got following error...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-06 at 11:19
2021.3 IDE version has updated the version of the bundled Maven to
3.8.1. In this version, Maven blocks the access to
http repositories by default. Before that, Maven itself has moved from using the http repositories.
So now one needs to explicitly configure Maven to allow
http repositories if they are used in the project. E.g. in
settings.xml add a mirror to your http repository that allows HTTP:
I am trying to implement AWS SQS FIFO queue using spring boot(v2.2.6.RELEASE).
Created a queue, "Testing.fifo" in aws. Left all other fields to default while creating the queue.
My producer and consumer to the queue run on a single service.
code to put messages to queue...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-03 at 06:47
This might help: The message group ID is used for ordering of SQS messages in groups.
So, if you have multiple group IDs like 1 and 2, then within those groups, the SQS messages will always be in order. The ordering will be preserved relative to the group and not the queue as a whole.
This can be used in cases like, if you are sending out events for different user details updates, you would want to group the data for a particular user in order, and at the same time you don't care about the ordering of the queue as a whole. You can then set the group ID as the unique user ID in this case.
If there is no use-case of creating groups, and there is only one group and you want the message order to be preserved as a whole, just use the same groupID for all messages.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-19 at 00:36
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You can use java-sdk like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the java-sdk component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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