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Access S3 using AIO runtime - Adobe Developer Runtime 26-08-2021
I am trying to access a file on S3.This is a POC - the idea is to build the code in JavaScipt, deploy it on AIO and run it.The code uses aws-sdk module and works just fine when running it on my local terminal (using command node .js). I can even deploy the code onto AIO, by creating an action. However, the issue is I am unable to run the code. I am met with this error while trying invoke the action: I have created a templated Firefly project on developer console, configured CLI, workspace etc. a...

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Re: How can we use modules inside runtime action? - Adobe Experience Manager Headless 24-08-2021
Alright. I will try this. Thanks!

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Re: How can we use modules inside runtime action? - Adobe Experience Manager Headless 23-08-2021
Hi @Naveen_Srinivas, Thank you for sharing this. I will explore further into this.Quick question though: is this approach applicable to non-Adobe products as well? I need to access a file in S3; my JavaScript code requires aws-sdk (instead of aio-sdk, in your case). Does the headless application method you suggested work for any module, or is it specific to only Adobe-related products. Thanks!P.S. Please don't mind if I have incorrectly stated something - I am learning JavaScript on the job!

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Re: How can we use modules inside runtime action? - Adobe Experience Manager Headless 23-08-2021
Hi @Naveen_Srinivas, I am facing a similar issue - trying to access S3 files that requires aws-sdk module. I am wondering if packages can be used to circumvent the local dependency issue. I look forward to hearing your take on this. Alternatively please feel free to let me know of any other ideas you may have around this. Cheers!

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