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In a previous post, I described how you can use the Amazon Kinesis Client Library (KCL) and DynamoDB Streams Kinesis Adapter to efficiently process DynamoDB streams. In this post, I will focus on the KCL configurations that are likely to have an impact on the performance of your application when processing a large DynamoDB stream. Creating an Amazon DynamoDB Client To make service requests to Amazon DynamoDB, you need to instantiate an Amazon DynamoDB client. The code below shows how to create an Amazon DynamoDB client for Android using the stored temporary credentials from the TVM. Run your local dynamodb jar with the following command java -jar DynamoDBLocal.jar -dbPath. [this will create a file in whatever directory the Dynamo jar is located in]. Download SQLite Database Browser and extract/install it.

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commented May 26, 2017

I have an item in a DynamoDb table that has a string property storing YAML markup, which contains this:

I can store that value, and confirm that it's stored correctly by viewing it using the AWS DynamoDb console.

When I read the value back out, using code similar to this:

What I get is this:

In https://stackoverflow.com/questions/41756526/cannot-delete-dynamodb-record-containing-special-characters there is a suggested fix to the json handler in the aws ruby sdk (libaws-sdk-corejsonhandler.rb):

I have confirmed via local testing on my machine that the change to the json encoding handling does, indeed fix the broken read coming back out of the DynamoDb table.

Relevant config info for the machine where I'm seeing this:

  • Windows 10 x64 Creator's Edition (fully patched)
  • Ruby 2.3.1p112
  • aws sdk 2.8.7

changed the titleDynamoDb items with some UTF-8 chars in string properties are not read correctly by the ruby sdk clientMay 26, 2017

commented May 30, 2017

@ohTHATaaronbrown Thanks for reporting! Taking a look to reproduce and test the proposed fix. Meanwhile, happy to take a PR to review as well.

commented May 30, 2017

Soft update, unable to reproduce with my local Mac environment with ruby 2.3.3p222, will try to reproduce in a similar environment instead.

Added: Unable to reproduce with ruby 2.3.1p112 with latest SDK, have to take a look at windows environment.

commented May 30, 2017

Aws Dynamodb Client Region Setting

Update, I tried with an newly launch EC2 windows instance and still couldn't reproduce. Happy to take a PR with the fix if you can reproduce that in your environment. Just heads up, make sure you have spec test in your PR with this issue : )

commented May 31, 2017

Hmm... That's odd. I wonder if the ambient default encoding for the Ruby install might have something to do with it. I noticed yesterday that mine was set to IBM437 for some unknown reason.

I'll investigate further in my environment, and if I can come up with a solid set of reproduction steps that I can codify into a test, I'll look into making up a PR for it.

Thanks for examining!

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commented Jun 16, 2017

Closing due to inactiveness, yet feel free to reopen with further information or questions : )

added feature-requestresponse-requested and removed enhancement labels Jan 4, 2019

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