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prepare() server internal error when using TTL

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<b>AWS Update:</b> Keyspaces now supports TTL: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/database/announcing-amazon-keyspaces-time-to-live-ttl-general-availability/

I am seeing an internal error returrned from key space when I try to prepare the following statement.

		createAccessToken = getSession().prepare(  
				"INSERT INTO access_tokens" + "(atokenid, atoken, useruuid, auth, clientid, expiration, time, code, version)"  
						+ "VALUES (?,?,?,?,?, ?,?,?,?) IF NOT EXISTS USING TTL ?;");  

The issue appears to be with the USING TTL ? since the following prepare doesn't exhibit the issue.
createAccessToken = getSession().prepare(
"INSERT INTO access_tokens" + "(atokenid, useruuid, atoken, auth, clientid, code, expiration, time, version)"
+ "VALUES (?,?,?,?,?, ?,?,?,?) USING TTL 200;");
Anybody know of a work around that doesn't have me hard code the ttl?

Edited by: ArturoAtAWS on Oct 18, 2021 3:03 PM

asked 2 years ago2 views
3 Answers
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Seems the issue is moot since Keyspaces doesn't support ttl.

answered 2 years ago
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Thanks for the question and info! Our roadmap is driven by customer feedback so it's super helpful to get more info on how you are using prepared statements with TTL.

answered 2 years ago

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