Error: a cell may contain a maximum of 30000 characters dynamodb
What's Causing This Error
This error message indicates an issue with the size of the data stored in a DynamoDB table.
Specifically, it indicates that the maximum number of characters allowed in a cell has been exceeded. This can happen if the data stored in a table cell is too large and exceeds the maximum size allowed by DynamoDB.
Solution: Here's How To Resolve It
To solve this error:
- Check the data stored in the table and ensure that it does not exceed the maximum size allowed by DynamoDB. For example, the maximum size of an item in a DynamoDB table is 400KB.
- Try to store data in smaller chunks or use a compression algorithm to compress data before storing it.
- Store the data in a different storage service like S3 and store the reference in DynamoDB.
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