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Optional CloudFront Lambda function association in Terraform

By : Craig Moore
Date : October 17 2020, 08:10 PM
seems to work fine With v0.12.0 of Terraform this will be really easy to solve because it supports Dynamic Nested Blocks. Unfortunately, that version won't be released before 2019 Q1.
In the meantime, you can go with the suggestion you proposed yourself, with a minor change. You only need a small change because duplicate names are not supported.
code :
# Basic Auth Guard
resource "aws_cloudfront_distribution" "cf_with_guard" {
  count = "${var.behind_auth_guard}"

# No Basic Auth Guard
resource "aws_cloudfront_distribution" "cf_no_guard" {
  count = "${var.behind_auth_guard ? 0 : 1}"
output "cf_id" {
  value = "${var.behind_auth_guard ? join("", aws_cloudfront_distribution.cf_with_guard.*.id) : join("", aws_cloudfront_distribution.cf_no_guard.*.id)}"

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How to use AWS.CloudFront.Signer in Lambda function

By : pawelka
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out It turns out my private key format was incorrect. It needs to include the '-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----' wording and also the new line characters, like this (private key mangled for obvious reasons):
code :
var privateKey = '-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----' + '\n' +
'MIIEogIBAAKCAQEAgaqMPqZ2QlhLx7pmguBMR32+dLPq7HrXN92z+QLbLgQklDpU' + '\n' +
'D/LLayMk5tyoZXLjRElZiWgIbLa8ftCQBVT1feG9XbwJVvBKqBkZzHR7xB47LVud' + '\n' +
't8zatnHHQngXkFV/YY+RAv9XN3E6GacXn02cGKbF14pQWFbjdJDcqUq1yf8/b9i7' + '\n' +
'JorOYYarXYXXYPaRp1HxSDAZkjM5WC0GeOk7v4cCgYB5chK6CARv5Wx9yzVYurvQ' + '\n' +
'KJxpidxV2AE4MgTkg8UeK7GPhizJIIKRPmvfM/rmiRC9NvrCHzTsVwk0mVWDhRuH' + '\n' +
'iATROrmPVQA6CZYODAmjXXXXXXsREg2s4+6XKzH/Cylb1YTowkIkWNyZEAtuyaBK' + '\n' +
'BBswVdO8VlOKQoouH71ktQKBgF1Sr4/btRI2wiVWWnEaORJO6+3Pekm4xyIbaOPo' + '\n' +
'yaRSy3KOQETUUR9Wg6dEwCEXBkBfte1dk/DIzES7FppypeXqu7viRLmOC1gXEK+6' + '\n' +
'k1hwClaKGhqafVVsHSsUzIUkBusoo4GKTXnrl/EPD5gpgt9TsPt/D1KqWW5sxfrl' + '\n' +
'dm+fAoGAcr0QqHdGea5OeC0fQGFZkgSQZ3ojdX43KWXXr5Jl+4ZiJTbOYqgGE+DL' + '\n' +
'QJX1I9fqruHhn02hXXX+eTOLOT4GDv2Lf6uHhQPHWgv4K3u/7Xb35Pumn/x2e8vb' + '\n' +
'xrRsk3KxdYAq+I9mpjYKIZL2EswnIkOTFJR+3O179/vpsFpIACg=' + '\n' +
'-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----';

AWS cloudfront Invalid Lambda Function Association Exception

By : luis gonzalez
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. Looking at the documentation it looks like you must use nodejs6.10 runtime for cloudfront to work with lambda.

Terraform: AWS Cloudfront distribution gives CNAMEAlreadyExists error after changing terraform state backend from local

By : McFirefly
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue Terraform uses the state file to keep track of resources it manages. If it does not have a particular resource (in this case probably your aws_cloudfront_distribution.primary_domain resource), it will create a new one and store the ID of that new resource in your state file.
It looks like you did a terraform apply with your local state file, changed the backend to s3 without porting the state to s3, then ran terraform apply again. This second S3-backed run has a blank state, so it tried to recreate your aws_cloudfront_distribution resources again. Looks like the error indicates a conflict in using the same CNAME for two distributions, which is what would happen if you ran Terraform twice without keeping track of state in between.

How to access Terraform Lambda Variables in Ruby Lambda Function?

By : user2609683
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue So your question is "how to access environment variables in Ruby"? That would be ENV['status'].

Terraform lambda_function_association for CloudFront as optional list within a module

By : codewarrior
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I recently stumbled upon the same issue. This is caused by a terraform limitation, which prevents us from passing dynamic values to a nested block inside a module.
The only workaround I found was duplicating the resource declaration and creating one of the resources based on a condition in the count variable (pass a static variable here, e.g. associate_lambda_function).
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