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aws-doc-sdk-examples is a Java library typically used in Serverless, Cloud Functions applications. aws-doc-sdk-examples has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. However aws-doc-sdk-examples build file is not available. You can download it from GitHub.
Welcome to the AWS Code Examples Repository. This repo contains code examples used in the AWS documentation, AWS SDK Developer Guides, and more. For more information, see the Readme.rst file below.
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed aws-doc-sdk-examples and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into aws-doc-sdk-examples implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Create a media convert job
  • Retrieves the data from an Excel sheet .
  • Checks if the digest file has been moved to the original destination location .
  • Send email attachment
  • execute a decision task
  • Train a single job .
  • Creates a batch inference job .
  • Update endpoints via PinpointClient
  • Searches inside the image .
  • Load sample products from a table .

aws-doc-sdk-examples Key Features

Welcome to the AWS Code Examples Repository. This repo contains code examples used in the AWS documentation, AWS SDK Developer Guides, and more. For more information, see the Readme.rst file below.

user.permissionsBoundary returns NULL while retrieving information from AWS using Java SDK

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 for(User user : response.users()) {
    System.out.format("\n Retrieved user %s", user.userName());
    AttachedPermissionsBoundary permissionsBoundary = user.permissionsBoundary();
    if (permissionsBoundary != null)
        System.out.format("\n Permissions boundary details %s", permissionsBoundary.permissionsBoundaryTypeAsString());
   }
suspend fun listAllUsers() {

        IamClient { region = "AWS_GLOBAL" }.use { iamClient ->
            val response = iamClient.listUsers(ListUsersRequest { })
            response.users?.forEach { user ->
                println("Retrieved user ${user.userName}")
                val permissionsBoundary = user.permissionsBoundary
                if (permissionsBoundary != null)
                    println("Permissions boundary details ${permissionsBoundary.permissionsBoundaryType.toString()}")

            }
        }
 }
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 for(User user : response.users()) {
    System.out.format("\n Retrieved user %s", user.userName());
    AttachedPermissionsBoundary permissionsBoundary = user.permissionsBoundary();
    if (permissionsBoundary != null)
        System.out.format("\n Permissions boundary details %s", permissionsBoundary.permissionsBoundaryTypeAsString());
   }
suspend fun listAllUsers() {

        IamClient { region = "AWS_GLOBAL" }.use { iamClient ->
            val response = iamClient.listUsers(ListUsersRequest { })
            response.users?.forEach { user ->
                println("Retrieved user ${user.userName}")
                val permissionsBoundary = user.permissionsBoundary
                if (permissionsBoundary != null)
                    println("Permissions boundary details ${permissionsBoundary.permissionsBoundaryType.toString()}")

            }
        }
 }
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aws iam list-users
GetUserRequest request = GetUserRequest.builder()
  .userName("test")
  .build()
;

GetUserResponse response = iam.getUser(request);
User user = response.user();
System.out.println("\nPermission Boundary: " + user.permissionsBoundary());
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aws iam list-users
GetUserRequest request = GetUserRequest.builder()
  .userName("test")
  .build()
;

GetUserResponse response = iam.getUser(request);
User user = response.user();
System.out.println("\nPermission Boundary: " + user.permissionsBoundary());

Using the SSM send_command in Boto3

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{
   "path":"https://s3.amazonaws.com/path_to_directory_or_playbook_to_download"
}
aws ssm create-association --name "AWS-ApplyAnsiblePlaybooks" \
--targets Key=tag:TagKey,Values=TagValue \
--parameters '{"SourceType":["S3"],"SourceInfo":["{\"path\":\"https://s3.amazonaws.com/path_to_Zip_file,_directory,_or_playbook_to_download\"}"],"InstallDependencies":["True_or_False"],"PlaybookFile":["file_name.yml"],"ExtraVariables":["key/value_pairs_separated_by_a_space"],"Check":["True_or_False"],"Verbose":["-v,-vv,-vvv, or -vvvv"]}' \
--association-name "name" --schedule-expression "cron_or_rate_expression"
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{
   "path":"https://s3.amazonaws.com/path_to_directory_or_playbook_to_download"
}
aws ssm create-association --name "AWS-ApplyAnsiblePlaybooks" \
--targets Key=tag:TagKey,Values=TagValue \
--parameters '{"SourceType":["S3"],"SourceInfo":["{\"path\":\"https://s3.amazonaws.com/path_to_Zip_file,_directory,_or_playbook_to_download\"}"],"InstallDependencies":["True_or_False"],"PlaybookFile":["file_name.yml"],"ExtraVariables":["key/value_pairs_separated_by_a_space"],"Check":["True_or_False"],"Verbose":["-v,-vv,-vvv, or -vvvv"]}' \
--association-name "name" --schedule-expression "cron_or_rate_expression"

The bucket you are attempting to access must be addressed using the specified endpoint Uploading a file to AWS S3

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US Standard is us-east-1

AWS Textract table extraction broke rows with integers that has comma inside it into another column

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csv += '"{}"'.format(text) + ","

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QUESTION

user.permissionsBoundary returns NULL while retrieving information from AWS using Java SDK

Asked 2022-Jan-02 at 09:19

I am using AWS Java SDK v2 to list users using the code defined here on the AWS GitHub repo.

 public static void listAllUsers(IamClient iam) {

    try {
        boolean done = false;
        String newMarker = null;

        while (!done) {
            ListUsersResponse response;

            ListUsersRequest request;
            if (newMarker == null) {
                request = ListUsersRequest.builder().build();
            } else {
                request = ListUsersRequest.builder()
                        .marker(newMarker).build();
            }

            response = iam.listUsers(request);

            for (User user : response.users()) {
                System.out.format("\n Retrieved user %s", user.userName());
                System.out.println("\nPermission Boundary: " + user.permissionsBoundary());
            }

            if (!response.isTruncated()) {
                done = true;
            } else {
                newMarker = response.marker();
            }
        }
    } catch (IamException e) {
        System.err.println(e);
        System.exit(1);
    }
}

It returns NULL for user.permissionsBoundary(). Here is the output for print statements in the above code.

 Retrieved user jamshaid
Permission Boundary: null

 Retrieved user luminadmin
Permission Boundary: null

 Retrieved user test
Permission Boundary: null

When I run the following command in AWS CloudShell on AWS console, it returns the PermissionBoundary for the users it is defined.

aws iam get-user --user-name test     

Here is the sample output from AWS CloudShell.
console output
I am using the same account to make both requests.

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Jan-01 at 18:52

I have confirmed this behavior by setting a permission boundary on an IAM user in the AWS Management Console. I changed the ListUsers example to include this code:

 for(User user : response.users()) {
    System.out.format("\n Retrieved user %s", user.userName());
    AttachedPermissionsBoundary permissionsBoundary = user.permissionsBoundary();
    if (permissionsBoundary != null)
        System.out.format("\n Permissions boundary details %s", permissionsBoundary.permissionsBoundaryTypeAsString());
   }

...

The permissionsBoundary() method does return null - even though the permission is set. This is a bug.

My advice here is to log a Github issue here:

https://github.com/aws/aws-sdk-java-v2

I also tested this with Kotlin SDK. Same result.

suspend fun listAllUsers() {

        IamClient { region = "AWS_GLOBAL" }.use { iamClient ->
            val response = iamClient.listUsers(ListUsersRequest { })
            response.users?.forEach { user ->
                println("Retrieved user ${user.userName}")
                val permissionsBoundary = user.permissionsBoundary
                if (permissionsBoundary != null)
                    println("Permissions boundary details ${permissionsBoundary.permissionsBoundaryType.toString()}")

            }
        }
 }

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/70548284

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