Error: DynamoDB No Provisioned Throughput specified for the table
What's Causing This Error
You may run into this error when you try to create a table under the PROVISIONED billing mode without specifying a throughput (WCU or RCU).
Solution: Here's How To Resolve It
To resolve this issue, ensure that you specify appropriate values for provisioned throughput as read capacity units, write capacity units, or total capacity units when updating or creating a table.
Also, note that you can make adjustments to the provisioned throughput over time based on the traffic to your table.
Other Common DynamoDB Errors (with Solutions)
- DynamoDB is missing the key id in the item
- dynamodb mapper save not persisting
- dynamodb cannot assign requested address
- DynamoDB Delete Not Working
- DynamoDB Update Not Working
- AWS CLI DynamoDB Error Parsing Parameter
- DynamoDB validation error
- AWS DynamoDB errors ResourceNotFoundException
- DynamoDB scan does not return all items
- 'dynamodb' object has no attribute 'table'
- DynamoDB FilterExpression Not Working
- DynamoDB Delete Method Not Working For The First Time
- dynamodb cannot read properties of undefined
- lambda function not triggering from dynamodb
- ProvisionedThroughputExceededException DynamoDB
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