What's Causing This Error
This error message indicates an issue with the AWS credentials that the SDK or library uses to connect to the DynamoDB service. The error message means it cannot find or load the credentials from any of the providers it is configured to use. This can happen if the credentials are not correctly set up, if the credentials are not in the correct format, if the credentials have expired, or if the SDK or library is not configured correctly to use the credentials.
Solution: Here's How To Resolve It
To solve this error:
- Ensure that the credentials (access and secret access key) are set up correctly with the required permissions to access the DynamoDB service.
- Check that the SDK or library is configured correctly to use the correct credentials by reviewing the documentation and examples provided by the SDK or library.
- Try creating a new set of credentials and use them.
Other Common DynamoDB Errors (with Solutions)
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- dynamodb getItem() is not a function
- dynamodb query is not null
- dynamodb the parameter cannot be converted to a numeric value
- dynamodb no range key value present
- DynamoDB table not updating
- DynamoDB GetItem no item
- dynamodb value cannot be null. (parameter 'type')
- dynamodb streams missing events
- DynamoDB is missing the key id in the item
- Dynamodb error 500
- DynamoDB local error unable to access JAR file dynamodblocal.jar
- DynamoDB console unable to delete this item
- dynamodb could not be mapped for type string