Realtime Cloud Storage

Operations

    Endpoints

    authenticate

    Gives an authentication token permission to access a set of operations and table data.

    createTable

    Adds a new table to the user's application. Take into account that, even though this operation completes, the table stays in a ‘creating’ state. While in this state, all operations done over this table will fail with a ResourceInUseException.

    decr

    Decrements the value of a given item's attribute. If the attribute doesn't exist, it is set to zero before the operation.

    deleteItem

    Deletes a specified item or the selected attributes matching the key in a table.

    deleteRole

    Removes a role associated with the subscription.

    deleteTable

    Deletes a table and all of its items.

    describeTable

    Retrieves information about the table, including the current status of the table, the primary key schema and date of creation.

    getItem

    Retrieves the item matching the given key.

    getRole

    Retrieves the policies that compose the role.

    getRoles

    Retrieves the all the roles associated with the subscription.

    incr

    Increments the value of a given item's attribute. If the attribute doesn't exist, it is set to zero before the operation.

    isAuthenticated

    Checks if a specified authentication token is authenticated.

    listItems

    Retrieves all the items from a table.

    listRoles

    Retrieves a paginated list of the names of all the roles created by the user’s application.

    listTables

    Retrieves a list of the names of all the tables created by the user’s subscription.

    putItem

    Stores an item in a table.

    queryItems

    Retrieves a set of items from a table by their primary key and ordered by secondary key.

    setRole

    Creates a role.

    updateItem

    Updates an existing item in a table.

    updateRole

    Updates an existing role.

    updateTable

    Updates the number of operations per second and how they're distributed between read and write operations of a given table. Take into account that, even though this operation completes, the table stays in a ‘updating’ state. While in this state, all operations done over this table will fail with a ResourceInUseException.