Error: dynamodb not a managed type
What's Causing This Error
This error message occurs when an operation is attempted on an object that is not an instance of the Amazon DynamoDB client. For example, this can happen when the wrong data type is passed as a parameter to a method or when the object is not instantiated correctly.
Solution: Here's How To Resolve It
To solve this error, ensure that the object used is an instance of the Amazon DynamoDB client. This can be done by adequately instantiating the object and passing the appropriate parameters. Also, check the method being called and ensure that the correct data type is given as a parameter.
Another way to solve this issue is by verifying if the application uses the correct version of AWS SDK. For example, some methods may have been deprecated and might be causing this error. Updating the SDK to the latest version can solve this issue.
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