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package dynamodbattribute

import "github.com/aws/aws-sdk-go-v2/service/dynamodb/dynamodbattribute"

Package dynamodbattribute provides marshaling and unmarshaling utilities to convert between Go types and dynamodb.AttributeValues.

These utilities allow you to marshal slices, maps, structs, and scalar values to and from dynamodb.AttributeValue. These are useful when marshaling Go value tyes to dynamodb.AttributeValue for DynamoDB requests, or unmarshaling the dynamodb.AttributeValue back into a Go value type.

AttributeValue Marshaling

To marshal a Go type to a dynamodbAttributeValue you can use the Marshal functions in the dynamodbattribute package. There are specialized versions of these functions for collections of Attributevalue, such as maps and lists.

The following example uses MarshalMap to convert the Record Go type to a dynamodb.AttributeValue type and use the value to make a PutItem API request.

type Record struct {
    ID     string
    URLs   []string
}

//...

r := Record{
    ID:   "ABC123",
    URLs: []string{
        "https://example.com/first/link",
        "https://example.com/second/url",
    },
}
av, err := dynamodbattribute.MarshalMap(r)
if err != nil {
    panic(fmt.Sprintf("failed to DynamoDB marshal Record, %v", err))
}

_, err = svc.PutItem(&dynamodb.PutItemInput{
    TableName: aws.String(myTableName),
    Item:      av,
})
if err != nil {
    panic(fmt.Sprintf("failed to put Record to DynamoDB, %v", err))
}

AttributeValue Unmarshaling

To unmarshal a dynamodb.AttributeValue to a Go type you can use the Unmarshal functions in the dynamodbattribute package. There are specialized versions of these functions for collections of Attributevalue, such as maps and lists.

The following example will unmarshal the DynamoDB's Scan API operation. The Items returned by the operation will be unmarshaled into the slice of Records Go type.

type Record struct {
    ID     string
    URLs   []string
}

//...

var records []Record

// Use the ScanPages method to perform the scan with pagination. Use
// just Scan method to make the API call without pagination.
err := svc.ScanPages(&dynamodb.ScanInput{
    TableName: aws.String(myTableName),
}, func(page *dynamodb.ScanOutput, last bool) bool {
    recs := []Record{}

    err := dynamodbattribute.UnmarshalListOfMaps(page.Items, &recs)
    if err != nil {
         panic(fmt.Sprintf("failed to unmarshal Dynamodb Scan Items, %v", err))
    }

    records = append(records, recs...)

    return true // keep paging
})

The ConvertTo, ConvertToList, ConvertToMap, ConvertFrom, ConvertFromMap and ConvertFromList methods have been deprecated. The Marshal and Unmarshal functions should be used instead. The ConvertTo|From marshallers do not support BinarySet, NumberSet, nor StringSets, and will incorrect marshal binary data fields in structs as base64 strings.

The Marshal and Unmarshal functions correct this behavior, and removes the reliance on encoding.json. `json` struct tags are still supported. In addition support for a new struct tag `dynamodbav` was added. Support for the json.Marshaler and json.Unmarshaler interfaces have been removed and replaced with have been replaced with dynamodbattribute.Marshaler and dynamodbattribute.Unmarshaler interfaces.

`time.Time` is marshaled as RFC3339 format.

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decode.go doc.go encode.go field.go tag.go

func Marshal Uses

func Marshal(in interface{}) (*dynamodb.AttributeValue, error)

Marshal will serialize the passed in Go value type into a DynamoDB AttributeValue type. This value can be used in DynamoDB API operations to simplify marshaling your Go value types into AttributeValues.

Marshal will recursively transverse the passed in value marshaling its contents into a AttributeValue. Marshal supports basic scalars (int,uint,float,bool,string), maps, slices, and structs. Anonymous nested types are flattened based on Go anonymous type visibility.

Marshaling slices to AttributeValue will default to a List for all types except for []byte and [][]byte. []byte will be marshaled as Binary data (B), and [][]byte will be marshaled as binary data set (BS).

`dynamodbav` struct tag can be used to control how the value will be marshaled into a AttributeValue.

// Field is ignored
Field int `dynamodbav:"-"`

// Field AttributeValue map key "myName"
Field int `dynamodbav:"myName"`

// Field AttributeValue map key "myName", and
// Field is omitted if it is empty
Field int `dynamodbav:"myName,omitempty"`

// Field AttributeValue map key "Field", and
// Field is omitted if it is empty
Field int `dynamodbav:",omitempty"`

// Field's elems will be omitted if empty
// only valid for slices, and maps.
Field []string `dynamodbav:",omitemptyelem"`

// Field will be marshaled as a AttributeValue string
// only value for number types, (int,uint,float)
Field int `dynamodbav:",string"`

// Field will be marshaled as a binary set
Field [][]byte `dynamodbav:",binaryset"`

// Field will be marshaled as a number set
Field []int `dynamodbav:",numberset"`

// Field will be marshaled as a string set
Field []string `dynamodbav:",stringset"`

// Field will be marshaled as Unix time number in seconds.
// This tag is only valid with time.Time typed struct fields.
// Important to note that zero value time as unixtime is not 0 seconds
// from January 1, 1970 UTC, but -62135596800. Which is seconds between
// January 1, 0001 UTC, and January 1, 0001 UTC.
Field time.Time `dynamodbav:",unixtime"`

The omitempty tag is only used during Marshaling and is ignored for Unmarshal. Any zero value or a value when marshaled results in a AttributeValue NULL will be added to AttributeValue Maps during struct marshal. The omitemptyelem tag works the same as omitempty except it applies to maps and slices instead of struct fields, and will not be included in the marshaled AttributeValue Map, List, or Set.

For convenience and backwards compatibility with ConvertTo functions json struct tags are supported by the Marshal and Unmarshal. If both json and dynamodbav struct tags are provided the json tag will be ignored in favor of dynamodbav.

All struct fields and with anonymous fields, are marshaled unless the any of the following conditions are meet.

- the field is not exported
- json or dynamodbav field tag is "-"
- json or dynamodbav field tag specifies "omitempty", and is empty.

Pointer and interfaces values encode as the value pointed to or contained in the interface. A nil value encodes as the AttributeValue NULL value.

Channel, complex, and function values are not encoded and will be skipped when walking the value to be marshaled.

When marshaling any error that occurs will halt the marshal and return the error.

Marshal cannot represent cyclic data structures and will not handle them. Passing cyclic structures to Marshal will result in an infinite recursion.

Code:

type Record struct {
    Bytes   []byte
    MyField string
    Letters []string
    Numbers []int
}

r := Record{
    Bytes:   []byte{48, 49},
    MyField: "MyFieldValue",
    Letters: []string{"a", "b", "c", "d"},
    Numbers: []int{1, 2, 3},
}
av, err := dynamodbattribute.Marshal(r)
fmt.Println("err", err)
fmt.Println("Bytes", av.M["Bytes"])
fmt.Println("MyField", av.M["MyField"])
fmt.Println("Letters", av.M["Letters"])
fmt.Println("Numbers", av.M["Numbers"])

Output:

err <nil>
Bytes {
  B: <binary> len 2
}
MyField {
  S: "MyFieldValue"
}
Letters {
  L: [
    {
      S: "a"
    },
    {
      S: "b"
    },
    {
      S: "c"
    },
    {
      S: "d"
    }
  ]
}
Numbers {
  L: [{
      N: "1"
    },{
      N: "2"
    },{
      N: "3"
    }]
}

func MarshalList Uses

func MarshalList(in interface{}) ([]dynamodb.AttributeValue, error)

MarshalList is an alias for Marshal func which marshals Go value type to a slice of AttributeValues.

func MarshalMap Uses

func MarshalMap(in interface{}) (map[string]dynamodb.AttributeValue, error)

MarshalMap is an alias for Marshal func which marshals Go value type to a map of AttributeValues.

This is useful for DynamoDB APIs such as PutItem.

func Unmarshal Uses

func Unmarshal(av *dynamodb.AttributeValue, out interface{}) error

Unmarshal will unmarshal DynamoDB AttributeValues to Go value types. Both generic interface{} and concrete types are valid unmarshal destination types.

Unmarshal will allocate maps, slices, and pointers as needed to unmarshal the AttributeValue into the provided type value.

When unmarshaling AttributeValues into structs Unmarshal matches the field names of the struct to the AttributeValue Map keys. Initially it will look for exact field name matching, but will fall back to case insensitive if not exact match is found.

With the exception of omitempty, omitemptyelem, binaryset, numberset and stringset all struct tags used by Marshal are also used by Unmarshal.

When decoding AttributeValues to interfaces Unmarshal will use the following types.

[]byte,                 AV Binary (B)
[][]byte,               AV Binary Set (BS)
bool,                   AV Boolean (BOOL)
[]interface{},          AV List (L)
map[string]interface{}, AV Map (M)
float64,                AV Number (N)
Number,                 AV Number (N) with UseNumber set
[]float64,              AV Number Set (NS)
[]Number,               AV Number Set (NS) with UseNumber set
string,                 AV String (S)
[]string,               AV String Set (SS)

If the Decoder option, UseNumber is set numbers will be unmarshaled as Number values instead of float64. Use this to maintain the original string formating of the number as it was represented in the AttributeValue. In addition provides additional opportunities to parse the number string based on individual use cases.

When unmarshaling any error that occurs will halt the unmarshal and return the error.

The output value provided must be a non-nil pointer

Code:

type Record struct {
    Bytes   []byte
    MyField string
    Letters []string
    A2Num   map[string]int
}

expect := Record{
    Bytes:   []byte{48, 49},
    MyField: "MyFieldValue",
    Letters: []string{"a", "b", "c", "d"},
    A2Num:   map[string]int{"a": 1, "b": 2, "c": 3},
}

av := &dynamodb.AttributeValue{
    M: map[string]dynamodb.AttributeValue{
        "Bytes":   {B: []byte{48, 49}},
        "MyField": {S: aws.String("MyFieldValue")},
        "Letters": {L: []dynamodb.AttributeValue{
            {S: aws.String("a")}, {S: aws.String("b")}, {S: aws.String("c")}, {S: aws.String("d")},
        }},
        "A2Num": {M: map[string]dynamodb.AttributeValue{
            "a": {N: aws.String("1")},
            "b": {N: aws.String("2")},
            "c": {N: aws.String("3")},
        }},
    },
}

actual := Record{}
err := dynamodbattribute.Unmarshal(av, &actual)
fmt.Println(err, reflect.DeepEqual(expect, actual))

Output:

<nil> true

func UnmarshalList Uses

func UnmarshalList(l []dynamodb.AttributeValue, out interface{}) error

UnmarshalList is an alias for Unmarshal func which unmarshals a slice of AttributeValues.

The output value provided must be a non-nil pointer

func UnmarshalListOfMaps Uses

func UnmarshalListOfMaps(l []map[string]dynamodb.AttributeValue, out interface{}) error

UnmarshalListOfMaps is an alias for Unmarshal func which unmarshals a slice of maps of attribute values.

This is useful for when you need to unmarshal the Items from a DynamoDB Query API call.

The output value provided must be a non-nil pointer

func UnmarshalMap Uses

func UnmarshalMap(m map[string]dynamodb.AttributeValue, out interface{}) error

UnmarshalMap is an alias for Unmarshal which unmarshals from a map of AttributeValues.

The output value provided must be a non-nil pointer

type Decoder Uses

type Decoder struct {
    MarshalOptions

    // Instructs the decoder to decode AttributeValue Numbers as
    // Number type instead of float64 when the destination type
    // is interface{}. Similar to encoding/json.Number
    UseNumber bool
}

A Decoder provides unmarshaling AttributeValues to Go value types.

func NewDecoder Uses

func NewDecoder(opts ...func(*Decoder)) *Decoder

NewDecoder creates a new Decoder with default configuration. Use the `opts` functional options to override the default configuration.

func (*Decoder) Decode Uses

func (d *Decoder) Decode(av *dynamodb.AttributeValue, out interface{}, opts ...func(*Decoder)) error

Decode will unmarshal an AttributeValue into a Go value type. An error will be return if the decoder is unable to unmarshal the AttributeValue to the provide Go value type.

The output value provided must be a non-nil pointer

type Encoder Uses

type Encoder struct {
    MarshalOptions

    // Empty strings, "", will be marked as NULL AttributeValue types.
    // Empty strings are not valid values for DynamoDB. Will not apply
    // to lists, sets, or maps. Use the struct tag `omitemptyelem`
    // to skip empty (zero) values in lists, sets and maps.
    //
    // Enabled by default.
    NullEmptyString bool
}

An Encoder provides marshaling Go value types to AttributeValues.

func NewEncoder Uses

func NewEncoder(opts ...func(*Encoder)) *Encoder

NewEncoder creates a new Encoder with default configuration. Use the `opts` functional options to override the default configuration.

func (*Encoder) Encode Uses

func (e *Encoder) Encode(in interface{}) (*dynamodb.AttributeValue, error)

Encode will marshal a Go value type to an AttributeValue. Returning the AttributeValue constructed or error.

type InvalidMarshalError Uses

type InvalidMarshalError struct {
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

An InvalidMarshalError is an error type representing an error occurring when marshaling a Go value type to an AttributeValue.

func (*InvalidMarshalError) Code Uses

func (e *InvalidMarshalError) Code() string

Code returns the code of the error, satisfying the awserr.Error interface.

func (*InvalidMarshalError) Error Uses

func (e *InvalidMarshalError) Error() string

Error returns the string representation of the error. satisfying the error interface

func (*InvalidMarshalError) Message Uses

func (e *InvalidMarshalError) Message() string

Message returns the detailed message of the error, satisfying the awserr.Error interface.

func (InvalidMarshalError) OrigErr Uses

func (e InvalidMarshalError) OrigErr() error

type InvalidUnmarshalError Uses

type InvalidUnmarshalError struct {
    Type reflect.Type
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

An InvalidUnmarshalError is an error type representing an invalid type encountered while unmarshaling a AttributeValue to a Go value type.

func (*InvalidUnmarshalError) Code Uses

func (e *InvalidUnmarshalError) Code() string

Code returns the code of the error, satisfying the awserr.Error interface.

func (*InvalidUnmarshalError) Error Uses

func (e *InvalidUnmarshalError) Error() string

Error returns the string representation of the error. satisfying the error interface

func (*InvalidUnmarshalError) Message Uses

func (e *InvalidUnmarshalError) Message() string

Message returns the detailed message of the error, satisfying the awserr.Error interface.

func (InvalidUnmarshalError) OrigErr Uses

func (e InvalidUnmarshalError) OrigErr() error

type MarshalOptions Uses

type MarshalOptions struct {
    // States that the encoding/json struct tags should be supported.
    // if a `dynamodbav` struct tag is also provided the encoding/json
    // tag will be ignored.
    //
    // Enabled by default.
    SupportJSONTags bool
}

A MarshalOptions is a collection of options shared between marshaling and unmarshaling

type Marshaler Uses

type Marshaler interface {
    MarshalDynamoDBAttributeValue(*dynamodb.AttributeValue) error
}

A Marshaler is an interface to provide custom marshaling of Go value types to AttributeValues. Use this to provide custom logic determining how a Go Value type should be marshaled.

type ExampleMarshaler struct {
	Value int
}
func (m *ExampleMarshaler) 	MarshalDynamoDBAttributeValue(av *dynamodb.AttributeValue) error {
	n := fmt.Sprintf("%v", m.Value)
	av.N = &n
	return nil
}

type Number Uses

type Number string

A Number represents a Attributevalue number literal.

func (Number) Float64 Uses

func (n Number) Float64() (float64, error)

Float64 attempts to cast the number ot a float64, returning the result of the case or error if the case failed.

func (Number) Int64 Uses

func (n Number) Int64() (int64, error)

Int64 attempts to cast the number ot a int64, returning the result of the case or error if the case failed.

func (Number) String Uses

func (n Number) String() string

String returns the raw number represented as a string

func (Number) Uint64 Uses

func (n Number) Uint64() (uint64, error)

Uint64 attempts to cast the number ot a uint64, returning the result of the case or error if the case failed.

type UnixTime Uses

type UnixTime time.Time

An UnixTime provides aliasing of time.Time into a type that when marshaled and unmarshaled with DynamoDB AttributeValues it will be done so as number instead of string in seconds since January 1, 1970 UTC.

This type is useful as an alternative to the struct tag `unixtime` when you want to have your time value marshaled as Unix time in seconds intead of the default time.RFC3339.

Important to note that zero value time as unixtime is not 0 seconds from January 1, 1970 UTC, but -62135596800. Which is seconds between January 1, 0001 UTC, and January 1, 0001 UTC.

func (UnixTime) MarshalDynamoDBAttributeValue Uses

func (e UnixTime) MarshalDynamoDBAttributeValue(av *dynamodb.AttributeValue) error

MarshalDynamoDBAttributeValue implements the Marshaler interface so that the UnixTime can be marshaled from to a DynamoDB AttributeValue number value encoded in the number of seconds since January 1, 1970 UTC.

func (*UnixTime) UnmarshalDynamoDBAttributeValue Uses

func (e *UnixTime) UnmarshalDynamoDBAttributeValue(av *dynamodb.AttributeValue) error

UnmarshalDynamoDBAttributeValue implements the Unmarshaler interface so that the UnixTime can be unmarshaled from a DynamoDB AttributeValue number representing the number of seconds since January 1, 1970 UTC.

If an error parsing the AttributeValue number occurs UnmarshalError will be returned.

type UnmarshalError Uses

type UnmarshalError struct {
    Err   error
    Value string
    Type  reflect.Type
}

An UnmarshalError wraps an error that occured while unmarshaling a DynamoDB AttributeValue element into a Go type. This is different from UnmarshalTypeError in that it wraps the underlying error that occured.

func (*UnmarshalError) Code Uses

func (e *UnmarshalError) Code() string

Code returns the code of the error, satisfying the awserr.Error interface.

func (*UnmarshalError) Error Uses

func (e *UnmarshalError) Error() string

Error returns the string representation of the error. satisfying the error interface.

func (*UnmarshalError) Message Uses

func (e *UnmarshalError) Message() string

Message returns the detailed message of the error, satisfying the awserr.Error interface.

func (UnmarshalError) OrigErr Uses

func (e UnmarshalError) OrigErr() error

OrigErr returns the original error that caused this issue.

type UnmarshalTypeError Uses

type UnmarshalTypeError struct {
    Value string
    Type  reflect.Type
    // contains filtered or unexported fields
}

An UnmarshalTypeError is an error type representing a error unmarshaling the AttributeValue's element to a Go value type. Includes details about the AttributeValue type and Go value type.

func (*UnmarshalTypeError) Code Uses

func (e *UnmarshalTypeError) Code() string

Code returns the code of the error, satisfying the awserr.Error interface.

func (*UnmarshalTypeError) Error Uses

func (e *UnmarshalTypeError) Error() string

Error returns the string representation of the error. satisfying the error interface

func (*UnmarshalTypeError) Message Uses

func (e *UnmarshalTypeError) Message() string

Message returns the detailed message of the error, satisfying the awserr.Error interface.

func (UnmarshalTypeError) OrigErr Uses

func (e UnmarshalTypeError) OrigErr() error

type Unmarshaler Uses

type Unmarshaler interface {
    UnmarshalDynamoDBAttributeValue(*dynamodb.AttributeValue) error
}

An Unmarshaler is an interface to provide custom unmarshaling of AttributeValues. Use this to provide custom logic determining how AttributeValues should be unmarshaled.

type ExampleUnmarshaler struct {
	Value int
}

func (u *exampleUnmarshaler) UnmarshalDynamoDBAttributeValue(av *dynamodb.AttributeValue) error {
	if av.N == nil {
		return nil
	}

	n, err := strconv.ParseInt(*av.N, 10, 0)
	if err != nil {
		return err
	}

	u.Value = n
	return nil
}

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