Error: dynamodb index does not exist
What's Causing This Error
You may encounter this error if you try to access a secondary index in Amazon DynamoDB that does not exist. Mostly this happens when the index is updated or not created.
Furthermore, you can get this error if you use an incorrect index name.
Solution: Here's How To Resolve It
Ensure that the index used is in the available index list for the table. You can use AWS CLI or the AWS SDK for this. If you still get the error, check the permissions for the IAM user or role used to access the index.
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