Trouble writing to DynamoDB table in different account


Airbyte is not assuming the role in the other account to write to a DynamoDB table, resulting in a 400 error. Question about using IAM user credentials from the account with DynamoDB in the Airbyte UI.


Hi asked this earlier but wanted to bump. I am having issues with Airbyte writing to a dynamodb table in a different account. I allowed the airbyte iam user to assume a role in my other account and grant that role ddb permissions. Looks like airbyte isn’t assuming that role. I am getting a 400 error. Do I need to make an iam user in the account with the dynamodb and give these credentials (access and secret) in the airbyte UI? I would assume this wouldn’t work since that user is in a different account than what airbyte is running in

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