lambdaHTTP: Execute AWS Lambda API Request

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also

View source: R/http.R

Description

This is the workhorse function to execute calls to the Lambda API.

Usage

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lambdaHTTP(verb = "GET", action, query = list(), headers = list(),
  body = NULL, verbose = getOption("verbose", FALSE),
  region = Sys.getenv("AWS_DEFAULT_REGION", "us-east-1"), key = NULL,
  secret = NULL, session_token = NULL, ...)

Arguments

verb

A character string specifying the HTTP verb to use.

action

A character string specifying the API version and endpoint.

query

An optional named list containing query string parameters and their character values.

headers

A list of headers to pass to the HTTP request.

body

The HTTP request body.

verbose

A logical indicating whether to be verbose. Default is given by options("verbose").

region

A character string specifying an AWS region. See locate_credentials.

key

A character string specifying an AWS Access Key. See locate_credentials.

secret

A character string specifying an AWS Secret Key. See locate_credentials.

session_token

Optionally, a character string specifying an AWS temporary Session Token to use in signing a request. See locate_credentials.

...

Additional arguments passed to GET or another httr request function.

Details

This function constructs and signs an AWS Lambda API request and returns the results thereof, or relevant debugging information in the case of error.

Value

If successful, a named list. Otherwise, a data structure of class “aws-error” containing any error message(s) from AWS and information about the request attempt.

Author(s)

Thomas J. Leeper

See Also

get_lambda_account, which works well as a hello world for the package


cloudyr/aws.lambda documentation built on May 13, 2019, 8:19 p.m.