Chirag Savsani Chirag Savsani - 5 months ago 142x
Java Question

Update item in DynamoDB using Java

I want to update specific Item(Only One data from row),

How can I update item in DynamoDB.?

login_id is my primary key. I pass login_id and other boolean value.
I want to set boolean value true according to that login-id.

How can I do that?

I tried this code.

LinkedHashMap inputHashMap = (LinkedHashMap) input;

login_id = (String) inputHashMap.get("login_id");
isUserVerified = (Boolean) inputHashMap.get("isUserVerified");

DynamoDB dynamoDB = new DynamoDB(new AmazonDynamoDBClient());

Table tableUserDetails = dynamoDB.getTable(USER_DETAILS_TABLE);
Table tableOtpStatus = dynamoDB.getTable(OTP_DETAILS_TABLE);

UpdateItemSpec updateItemSpec = new UpdateItemSpec().withPrimaryKey("login_id", login_id);


UpdateItemOutcome outcome = tableUserDetails.updateItem(updateItemSpec);
System.out.println("UpdateItem succeeded:\n" + outcome.getItem().toJSONPretty());
}catch(Exception e){

While executing above code I got below exception.

The provided key element does not match the schema (Service: AmazonDynamoDBv2; Status Code: 400; Error Code: ValidationException;


Looks like you're missing the update expression. Assuming isUserVerified is part of the primary key, it should be something like:

UpdateItemSpec updateItemSpec = new UpdateItemSpec()
      .withPrimaryKey("login_id", login_id)
      .withUpdateExpression("set isUserVerified = :val")
      .withValueMap(new ValueMap()
         .withBoolean(":val", true));

If isUserVerified not part of the key then just remove it from the .withPrimaryKey() statement.

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