Question: Is it possible to make a DynamoDB table case insensitive?
Case matters in DynamoDB. If your data is case-insensitive, convert it to lowercase or uppercase before storing it in DynamoDB. Then you can circumvent this by performing a query for all lowercase or all uppercase characters.
Making a secondary index with all the keys changed to lowercase is a potential workaround. Then, you can query that secondary index.
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