kandi X-RAY | aws-doc-sdk-examples Summary
kandi X-RAY | aws-doc-sdk-examples Summary
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.md file below.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- 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
aws-doc-sdk-examples Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on aws-doc-sdk-examples
I am using AWS Java SDK v2 to list users using the code defined here on the AWS GitHub repo....
ANSWERAnswered 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:
I have an Amazon S3 bucket by name "Project" and want to find count of files in Project/screenshots/hotels. I am only getting total files in the whole s3 using Go SDK while specifying only bucket name and an error when specifying whole path in bucket name.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-22 at 19:11
The rest of the "path" is not part of the bucket. You want to set the
See ListObjectV2Input doc
I am following the example code for publishing a topic to SNS, as seen below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-30 at 20:06
I just executed this example code -- as shown here:
As you can see, I set a break point and walked through the code which was successful. I use IntelliJ. However, for your issue in Eclipse; did you setup your environment and use the POM that is part of this Git repo here:
It looks like your environment did not pull in all of the dependencies.
I'm trying to create a lambda function that will shutdown systemd services running on an EC2 instance. I think using the ssm client from the boto3 module probably is the best choice, and the specific command I was considering to use is the send_command(). Ideally I would like to use Ansible to shutdown the systemd service. So I'm trying to use the "AWS-ApplyAnsiblePlaybooks" It's here that I get stuck, it seems like the boto3 ssm client wants some parameters, I've tried following the boto3 documentation here, but really isn't clear on how it wants me to present the parameters, I found the parameters it's looking for inside the "AWS-ApplyAnsiblePlaybooks" document - but when I include them in my code, it tells me that the parameters are invalid. I also tried going to AWS' GitHub repository because I know they sometime have examples of code but they didn't have anything for the send_command(). I've upload a gist in case people are interested in what I've written so far, I would definitely be interested in understanding how others have gotten their Ansible playbooks to run using ssm via boto3 python scripts....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-10 at 20:41
I am trying to upload a file to S3 using this example:
But I have this error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-18 at 22:02
It seems likely that this bucket was created in a different region. Please send your request to your region endpoint. The default region is as follow's
I am trying to use
TransferManager in Aws s3 following this guide from AWS documentation. However, I am not able to find the class
XferMgrProgress. I tried searching for the class, but couldn't find any maven dependency for it.
Seems like this class is not available in S3 package of java SDK version I am using or we need to write our own class but this doesn't explain why AWS would show some our own class the example.
My current maven dependency is...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-10 at 04:12
Yes, it is indeed a class used in an example by AWS and found in package
package AWS.example.s3;. It is not included in the standard S3 library which I don't know why. It is a cool class and provides a view regarding the progress of upload/ download.
It could have been useful to people.
I'm implementing a Reactive project with Spring boot 2.3.1, Webflux, Spring Data with reactive mongodb driver and Amazon SDk 2.14.6.
I have a CRUD that persist an entity on MongoDB and must upload a file to S3. I'm using the SDK reactive method
s3AsyncClient.putObject and I facing some issues. The CompletableFuture throws the following exception:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-04 at 14:11
I found the error.
When I am defining the contentLength in
PutObjectRequest.builder().contentLength(length) I use the
headers.getContentLength() which is the size of whole request. In my request other informations is passed together, making the content length being greater than the real file length.
I found this in Amazon documentation:
The number of bytes set in the "Content-Length" header is more than the actual file size
When you send an HTTP request to Amazon S3, Amazon S3 expects to receive the amount of data specified in the Content-Length header. If the expected amount of data isn't received by Amazon S3, and the connection is idle for 20 seconds or longer, then the connection is closed. Be sure to verify that the actual file size that you're sending to Amazon S3 aligns with the file size that is specified in the Content-Length header.
The timeout error occurred because S3 waits until the content length sended reach the size informed in client, the file ends be transmited before to reach the content length informed. Then the connection stays idle and S3 closes the socket.
I change the content length to the real file size and the upload was successful.
I use an example from here in order to retreive a secret from AWS SecretsManager in c# code.
I have set credentials locally via AWS CLI, and I am able to retreive secret list using AWS CLI command "aws secretsmanager list-secrets".
But c# console app fails with an error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-28 at 09:24
I had the same issue, here is how I fixed it on my development environment
- I created an AWS profile using the AWS extension for Visual studio
- Once the profile is set up the credentials are passed using the profile and it worked fine for me
Point to note here, the user profile accessing the key manager should have a valid security group assigned for the Secrets manager.
Try it out let me know, how it went.
I would like to use AWS Textract to convert my image into tables in python and download it as CSV.
So, I followed the documentation and examples code from AWS here: https://github.com/awsdocs/aws-doc-sdk-examples/blob/master/python/example_code/textract/textract_python_table_parser.py
Apparently the code in the link above will separate the commas in the integers into another column. I will explain with image and steps to reproduce the error below:
If you want to reproduce the error, clone the code in the github repo and type the following code in your cmd/terminal...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-05 at 09:38
Just found out that in the GitHub link, for line 114, just add "" to the curly bracket:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use aws-doc-sdk-examples 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 aws-doc-sdk-examples 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 .
Reuse Trending Solutions
Subscribe to our newsletter for trending solutions and developer bootcamps
Share this Page