How to run boto3 in Lambda Function

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I have two boto3(python) script for creating Users in AWS AppStream 2.0 and Assigning user to existing AppStream Stack. Its working fine from command line like my local system. But now i trying to implement this both script as single function(Creating user and assigning user to existing stack) in Lambda function. Whenever i run my lambda function code, it execute first part only like - it can create user whereas cant associate to existing running stack. I knew, i formatted my code not well in lambda function, due to poor knowledge in python. I have shared my lambda function here. Kindly correct it and reply me asap.  

Lambda function code - python3

#!/usr/bin/env python3

import botocore
import boto3

def lambda_handler(event, context):
    client = boto3.client('appstream',aws_access_key_id='xxxxxx',aws_secret_access_key='yyyyyy')
    session = boto3.Session(region_name='us-west-2')
    response = client.create_user(
    response = client.batch_associate_user_stack(
            'StackName': 'ss',
            'UserName': '',
            'AuthenticationType': 'USERPOOL',
            'SendEmailNotification': True

Below are logs

Execution result: succeeded

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Kindly correct my code to create user in user pool and associate created user to running AppStream stacks. aws

Sep 30, 2020 in AWS by Lakshminarayanan
• 1,370 points

There is nothing wrong with your code. The official document also has the same methods and functions. Ok, do one thing give different variables names. And print them in your code.
Hi bro,

Its working fine after modifying

response for both Creating user and Associating user

 responseuser = client.create_user(....)

responsestack = client.batch_associate_user_stack(....)

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