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pipe: atlassian/aws-lambda-deploy:0.4.3

lamda deloy with update configuration failed with below info


here is my config file 




        { "Arn""arn:aws:lambda:eu-west-1:xxxxxxxxxxx:layer:ap-mail-node-pgpool-1:22""CodeSize"229879 }




function update part works just fine but while updating config it fails

here is the error log

INFO: Updating Lambda function configuration.

aws lambda update-function-configuration --function-name ap-mail-ds1-scs-1 --cli-input-json {"Layers": [ { "Arn": "arn:aws:lambda:eu-west-1:xxxxxxxxxxx:layer:ap-mail-node-pgpool-1:22", "CodeSize": 229879 } ]}Parameter validation failed:Invalid type for parameter Layers[0], value: {u'CodeSize': 229879, u'Arn': u'arn:aws:lambda:eu-west-1:xxxxxxxxxxx:layer:ap-mail-node-pgpool-1:22'}, type: <type 'dict'>, valid types: <type 'basestring'>✖ Failed to update Lambda function configuration.

2 answers

I'm experiencing the same issue with v0.5.0. It seems the content of the JSON file is being read as string but received as a dictionary.

I've manually run the same commands on my local OS that the script performs and the CLI command executes successfully (not within the image). I'll next try run the image locally in attempt to reproduce the issue and report back any findings.


I will be more cleaner if it works using pipeline currently I am using array of layers directly

aws lambda update-function-configuration --function-name my-function --layers []

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@Yadvendra_Singh  , thanks for using our pipe.

Looks like layers should be a list of strings, not the list of dictionaries (by the doc it looks like response body format).

Following the doc AWS Update Function Configuration API 

it can be seen that CodeSize is mentioned a level upper in --cli-input-json setting.

As a result you could try

--cli-input-json {"Layers":["Arn": "arn:aws:lambda:eu-west-1:xxxxxxxxxxx:layer:ap-mail-node-pgpool-1:22"], "CodeSize": 229879} 

Looking forward to your feedback!

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