Error: dynamodb cannot read property 's' of undefined

Rafal Wilinski

Answered by Rafal Wilinski

What's Causing This Error

This error message indicates that your code is trying to access the property s of an undefined object. This is likely because the object the code is trying to access is not defined or initialized correctly.

It could also be a problem with the data you are passing to the DynamoDB or how you are trying to access the property. The error is likely caused by some undefined variable or object that is supposed to have a property called s, and the code is trying to access it.

Solution: Here's How To Resolve It

There is no defined way of solving this error. However, you can try attempting any of the solutions listed below to see if they can solve your issue.

  1. Check the code causing the error: Look for any instances of trying to access the property s of an object. Ensure that the object is defined and initialized properly before accessing its properties.
  2. Check the data that is being passed to DynamoDB: Make sure that the data being passed is in the correct format and that it contains the property s.
  3. Check for **undefined** variables: Ensure any variables used in the code are defined and initialized before they are used.
  4. Test your code with different inputs: Test your code with different inputs. This way, you can identify if it's a problem with specific data or the logic.
  5. Debugging the code: You can use some debugging tools and techniques to help you understand the flow of your code, so you can identify where the problem is.

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