Error: DynamoDB ValidationException: Query condition missed key schema element
It means you're trying to run a Query using a condition that does not include the partition/hash key. In order to run a query in DynamoDB, you have to provide hash key of the primary index or secondary index.
For example, if you have a DynamoDB table with Partition Key called "index" and GSI (Global Secondary Index) with partition key called "email", you can only perform queries on these two, no matter how many other attributes your items in the table have. If you can't do that, use Scan operation instead since it can search for data on non-indexed fields.
You can also use our Query Builder - it will help you construct the query operation parameters which you can later paste into your application.
Other Common DynamoDB Errors (with Solutions)
- ConfigError: Missing region in config
- DynamoDB Key element does not match the schema
- DynamoDB ValidationException: Query condition missed key schema element
- DynamoDB Invalid UpdateExpression Syntax Error Token
- DynamoDB error cannot find module build/Release/DTraceProviderBindings
- sls dynamodb install not working
- DynamoDB Internal Server Error
- AWS DynamoDB errors ResourceNotFoundException
- ImportError: No module named boto3 (DynamoDB)
- AWS DynamoDB CredentialsError: Missing credentials in config
- DynamoDB Network Error: self signed certificate in chain
- ValidationException: Invalid KeyConditionExpression: Attribute name is a reserved keyword;
- ExpressionAttributeValues contains invalid value: One or more parameter values were invalid: An AttributeValue may not contain an empty string
- Error ValidationException: One or more parameter values were invalid: Type mismatch for key X expected: S actual: M
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