What's Causing This Error
This error can be caused by a variety of issues, such as:
- Incorrectly using the
containsfunction in the query.
- Attempting to use the
containsfunction on an attribute that is not of type "
string set" or "
- Issues with the IAM role associated with the request.
- Incorrectly specifying the value to be searched in the query
Solution: Here's How To Resolve It
To solve this error, you can take the following steps:
- Check the usage of the
containsfunction in the query to ensure it is used correctly and on the correct attribute.
- Ensure that the attribute on which
containsfunction is used of type
- Check the IAM role associated with the request to ensure it has the necessary permissions to read the table.
- Check the value passed to the
containsfunction for any typo or error.
- 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 ensure that the
containsfunction is used correctly and on the correct attribute type to avoid this error.
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