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Unexpected indentation when return in python

when I try to return but I got an error in 2nd return signup_result & return login_result here is I also try to tab 2 times to avoid indentation error in return signup_result & return login_result but still got the same error Unexpected indentationPylance Answer The cognito_login() function contains only one line of code return login_result because that

AWS – NoCredentialsError: Unable to locate credentials

I’m new in AWS also a beginner in python. I have situation in here,I’m facing this kind of issue: “The NoCredentialsError is an error encountered when using the Boto3 library to interface with Amazon Web Services (AWS).Specifically, this error is encountered when your AWS credentials are missing, invalid, or cannot be located by your Python script. ” And i did

S3 notifications generating multiple events and how to handle them

There is this S3 notification feature described here: Amazon S3 event notifications are designed to be delivered at least once. Typically, event notifications are delivered in seconds but can sometimes take a minute or longer. and discussed here. I thought I could mitigate the duplications a bit by deleting files I have already processed. The problem is, when a second

Query S3 from Python

I am using python to send a query to Athena and get table DDL. I am using start_query_execution and get_query_execution functions in the awswrangler package. The code above creates a dict object that stores query results in an s3 link. The link can be accessed by res[‘ResultConfiguration’][‘OutputLocation’]. It’s a text link: s3://…..txt Can someone help me figure how to access