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Amazon DynamoDB + ClickMeeting Integrations

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About Amazon DynamoDB

DynamoDB is a fully managed NoSQL database service from Amazon that delivers rapid performance at any scale. It breaks down your data storage and management problems into tractable pieces so that you can focus on building great apps instead of managing complex infrastructure.

About ClickMeeting

ClickMeeting is a cloud-based, enterprise-class meeting software service that enables you to coordinate and monitor online meetings, collaborate, and track participation

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Connect Amazon DynamoDB + ClickMeeting in easier way

It's easy to connect Amazon DynamoDB + ClickMeeting without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Item

    Trigger when new item created in table.

  • New Table

    Trigger when new table created.

  • New Registrant

    Triggers when a new attendee registers to your event.

  • New Upcoming Event

    Triggers when you create a new event.

  • New Upcoming Event with Registration

    Triggers when you create a new event with registration.

    Actions
  • Create Item

    Creates new item in table.

  • Add New Registrant

    A new attendee will be registered to your event.

  • Create New Event

    A new event will be created.

How Amazon DynamoDB & ClickMeeting Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Amazon DynamoDB as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick ClickMeeting as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Amazon DynamoDB to ClickMeeting.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Amazon DynamoDB and ClickMeeting

    What is Amazon DynamoDB?

Amazon DynamoDB is a NoSQL database that provides fast and predictable performance with seamless scalability.

    What is ClickMeeting?

ClickMeeting is a web conferencing service that can be integrated with Amazon DynamoDB.

    What is ClickMeeting?

ClickMeeting is a web conferencing service that enables participants to share their screens and presentations in real-time. This service also allows users to record the meetings and manage their call lists.ClickMeeting is built on its own unified communication platform, which supports WebRTC to enable users to share their screen and audio among different browsers.ClickMeeting enables users to start meetings within seconds by using only a web browser. Users are required to sign up for a free account in order to use ClickMeeting. ClickMeeting can be integrated with Amazon DynamoDB through its API.This section will explain the integration of Amazon DynamoDB and ClickMeeting.

    Integration of Amazon DynamoDB and ClickMeeting

Amazon DynamoDB can be integrated with ClickMeeting. To do this, you need to create a Clickmeeting application, configure it in the AWS management console, and then use the Amazon DynamoDB SDK to call the APIs. You can also integrate Amazon DynamoDB with ClickMeeting by using the AWS console. However, integration through the SDK is more reliable and stable than integration through the AWS console.II.1 Creating a Clickmeeting applicationTo do this, you need to create a Clickmeeting application and get its client ID and secret key. Then go to your Amazon DynamoDB console, press the ‘Create table’ button, select the ‘Web Application’ option, write down the ‘Table name’ as ‘prod_clickmeeting’, type ‘JSON’ in the ‘data type’ field, press the ‘Create’ button, and wait for a few minutes until the table is created. After that, choose the table from your list of tables and press the ‘Get credentials’ button. Copy the ‘Access key ID’ and ‘Secret access key’ keys and paste them in a notepad. Go to the Clickmeeting website and sign up for a free account using your email address and password. After that, go to the applications page, choose ‘Add new application’ from the top right corner, fill in your data as follows, press ‘Save app’ when you are done, and then press ‘Show credentials’:After saving your credentials, copy the client ID and paste it in Notepad along with your Clickmeeting credentials (client ID and secret key. You have now integrated Amazon DynamoDB with ClickMeeting. To do this, you have created an app in Clickmeeting, created a table in Amazon DynamoDB using this app’s access keys, copied the client ID and secret key of this app, signed up for a free account in the Clickmeeting website, configured apps in your AWS management console or on its web console, added a new app in your AWS management console or on its web console, got your table’s access keys from your Amazon DynamoDB console or on its web console, and pasted all your credentials into a notepad. So far so good! Now let’s move on to configuring your code.II.2 Configuring your codeNow that you have created your table in Amazon DynamoDB through your Amazon DynamoDB console or through its web console and added an app by using its keys and your credentials through your Amazon DynamoDB console or through its web console, it’s time to configure your code. If you want to integrate Amazon DynamoDB with Clickmeeting through SDK calls then follow these steps. Add amazon-dynamodb-java-sdk-core to your pom file’s dependencies section and make sure it is included in the ‘runtime’ scope:<dependencies> <dependency> <groupId>com.amazonaws</groupId> <artifactId>amazon-dynamodb-java-sdk-core</artifactId> <version>1.4.9</version> </dependency> </dependencies> Add amazonDynamoDBClient as your application’s singleton class. package com.stack; public class App { private static App instance; private final String REGION = "eu-west-1"; private final String TABLE_NAME = "prod_clickmeeting"; private final String STORAGE_CLASS = "Standard"; private final String KEY_PAIR = "yourKeyPair"; public static App getInstance(String region. { if (instance == null. { instance = new App(region); } return instance; } public App(String region. { this.REGION = region; this.TABLE_NAME = "prod_clickmeeting"; this.STORAGE_CLASS = "Standard"; this.KEY_PAIR = "yourKeyPair"; } } Add a class named Populator that contains two methods. one for adding records to your table (addRecord(. method. and another for deleting records from your table (removeRecord(. method. Both of these methods will receive columns of a row as parameters. public class Populator { public void addRecord(Map<String, String> attributes. throws Exception { // TODO Insert values into columns of row } public void removeRecord(Map<String, String> attributes. throws Exception { // TODO Delete values from columns of row } } Add another class named DynamoDbCallerService that extends DynamoDbClientService . import java.util.*; import com.amazonaws.*; public class DynamoDbCallerService extends DynamoDbClientService { private TableName table; private final String tableName = "prod_clickmeeting"; public DynamoDbCallerService(. { super("yourAccessKeyId", "yourSecretAccessKey"); } @Override public void configure(. { super.configure(); table = getTable(tableName); } @Override public void addTableChangeListener(TableName tableName. { // TODO Register listener } @Override public void removeTableChangeListener(TableName tableName. { // TODO Unregister listener } @Override public void putItem(String tableName, Map<String, String> attributes. throws Exception { // TODO Put item into table } @Override public void deleteItem(String tableName, Map<String, String> attributes. throws Exception { // TODO Delete item from table } @Override public void deleteItemByPrimaryKey(String tableName, Object primaryKey. throws Exception { // TODO Delete item from table } } In addition to this class we will need a class named CallbackHandler . This class will help us handle callback events that will occur after our request has been processed by Amazon DynamoDB service. import com.amazonaws.*; import com.amazonaws.*; import com.amazonaws.*; import com.amazonaws.*; import com.amazonaws.*; public class CallbackHandler implements RequestHandler<Map<String, String>, Response> { private static final Logger logger = LoggerFactory.getLogger(CallbackHandler.class); private final MetadataMap metadataMap; private final Map<String, String> headers; private final byte[] signature; private JSONParser jsonParser; private byte[] authSignature = null; private boolean authenticated = false; private static final int MAX_TIMED_OUT = 10; private static final int TIMEOUT_MILLISECONDS = 30000; private static final int MAX_RETRIES = 10; private transient App app; private transient KeyPair keyPair; private transient String region; private transient TableName tableName; public CallbackHandler(App app. { this(app, null); } public CallbackHandler(App app, Map<String, String> headers. { this(app); this.headers = headers; } @Override public void handleRequest(Request request. throws IOException { super.handleRequest(request); logger.log("Received request:"); logger.log("Method. " + request.getMethod()); logger.log("Path. " + request.getPath()); logger.log("Headers. " + JSONUtils.toJson(headers)); logger.log("Body:"); logger.log(request.getBody()); if (!requestIsAuthenticated(. { throw new UnauthenticatedOperationException(); } try { // TODO Create

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