Following are the options specific to DynamoDB:
Connection Name: Enter a unique Connection Name. This fields accepts letters, numbers, symbols.
Group/IP Range: Select the Group/IP Range from the Group/IP range drop-down.
Access Key ID: Enter the Access Key ID available from the AWS service linked to it.
Secret Access Key: Enter the Secret Access Key from the AWS service.
Session Token: It is an optional field. Enter the Session Token to verify the login into the AWS service.
Explicit Nulls: This field allows you to express any empty value as null based on the selected option given in the Explicit Nulls drop-down. In case if any option is selected under this field, then the default value will be added for that record. There are five values specified:
emptyArrayAsNull – An empty array will be considered as null when the checkbox is checked.
emptyStringAsNull – An empty string will be considered as null when the emptyStringAsNull checkbox is checked.
zeroAsNull – In case of integer, zero will be considered as null when the checkbox is checked.
epochDateAsNull – If you’ve selected this option then the default value 1-JAN-1970 will added in the record if it consists of an empty value. For e.g., if epochDateAsNull is selected and there exists and epoch date (1-JAN-1970) in the data to be scanned, then the date will be considered as null.
epochTimestampAsNull – If you’ve selected this option then the default value 1-JAN-1970 00:00:00 will be considered as a null value. For instance, if the epochTimeStampAsNull is selected and there exists an epoch timestamp in the data to be scanned, then that timestamp will be considered as null.
Connection Attribute: Select the attribute name from the Connection Attribute drop-down. This functionality allows you to add tags to the created connection.
Region: Enter the region where that AWS service is available, enabled or installed.
To proceed further for remaining steps, refer Step 2 in NoSQL Detection.