What are the naming rules to be followed in DynamoDB?

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What are the naming rules to be followed in DynamoDB is it different to that of MySQL?
Feb 14 in AWS by Sukannya Ghosh
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There are certain rules that needs to be followed while naming a table in DynamoDB. The rules can be stated as follows:-

The following are the naming rules for DynamoDB:

  • All names must be encoded using UTF-8, and are case-sensitive.

  • Table names and index names must be between 3 and 255 characters long, and can contain only the following characters:

    • a-z
    • A-Z
    • 0-9
    • _ (underscore)
    • - (dash)
    • . (dot)
  • Attribute names must be between 1 and 255 characters long.

answered Feb 14 by heena

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