Error: DynamoDB No Regionendpoint Or Serviceurl Configured
What's Causing This Error
This error occurs when there is an attempt to access the DynamoDB service without configuring the region endpoint or the service URL. The region endpoint is a region-specific crucial component that is used to route the request to the correct data center. Furthermore, in DynamoDB Local, the service URL is the URL for the DynamoDB Local instance you need to access.
Solution: Here's How To Resolve It
When accessing the DynamoDB service, ensure that you have properly specified the service URL and the region endpoint. AWS SDK automatically uses the service endpoint based on the region you have configured. So, if the case is a DynamoDB Local instance on your own machine, then you have to pass the endpoint of the local service specifically. In addition, ensure that you have configured the credentials needed to access the service.
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