Tuesday 30 April 2019

Now DynamoDBMapper Offers Assistance For Amazon DynamoDB Transactional API Calls

The AWS SDK for Java offers a DynamoDBMapper class, permitting you to link your client-side classes to DynamoDB tables. To access DynamoDBMapper, you specify the relationship between items in a DynamoDB table and their related object instances in your code. The DynamoDBMapper class allows you to access your tables, executes different create, read, update and delete (CRUD) operations, and run queries. Now DynamoDBMapper gives assistance to Amazon DynamoDB transactional API calls, allowing developers who utilize DynamoDBMapper to define their code when creation cooperated, all-or-nothing modifies to various items both within and across DynamoDB tables. Now, DynamoDBMapper can be utilized by developers to run transactions. The transactional APIs offer developers atomic, consistent, isolated, and durable (ACID) operations in DynamoDB so that they can retain data accuracy in applications extra simply. Developers can help workflows and business logic which need adding, updating, or deleting multiple items as a single, atomic operation with transactions. This new feature is accessible in every standard AWS Regions where DynamoDB is available. Pricing for transactions is depends on the sizes of the items in the transactions. To download the AWS SDK for Java with the current version of the DynamoDBMapper class, refer AWS SDK for Java.

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