Error: DynamoDB attribute not empty
What's Causing This Error
The error is caused when the attribute in a DynamoDB table has no value or an empty value. In DynamoDB, attributes must have a value.
Solution: Here's How To Resolve It
To solve this error, you can take the following steps:
- Ensure that the attribute has a value before adding it to the table.
- When creating a new item, you can check if the attribute is empty and add a value to it before sending the request to the DynamoDB service.
- If you're using the AWS SDK, you can check the documentation of the SDK to see if there is any helper function to check if an attribute is empty.
- If the issue persists, you may contact AWS support for further assistance.
- Additionally, you can use CloudWatch logs to check the logs and troubleshoot the issue.
- It is important to validate the attributes in the items you want to put in the DynamoDB table according to the attribute schema in the table to avoid such issues.
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- ValidationException: Invalid KeyConditionExpression: Attribute name is a reserved keyword;
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- DynamoDB Error All Attributes Must Be Indexed
- DynamoDB No Provisioned Throughput specified for the table
- DynamoDB Mapper Could Not Instantiate Class
- amazon dynamodb query parentparams is not defined
- DynamoDB Not Supported Requires @DynamoDBTyped Or @DynamoDBTypeConverted
- failed to begin subsegment named 'amazondynamodbv2': segment cannot be found.
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- DynamoDB ConditionalCheckFailedException
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