How to get the CloudFront distribution

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Hi Team,

I have created some distributions in Cloudfront. I want to get the distributions from the command line. How can I do that?

Nov 2, 2020 in AWS by akhtar
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Hi@akhtar,

To get the distribution, you need to know the ID of the distribution. The following example gets the CloudFront distribution with the ID EDFDVBD6EXAMPLE, including its ETag. 

$ aws cloudfront get-distribution --id EDFDVBD6EXAMPLE
answered Nov 2, 2020 by MD
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