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Subject [GitHub] [airflow] Daumis102 opened a new pull request #6677: AIRFLOW-6083 - Custom Lambda client parameters
Date Wed, 27 Nov 2019 12:41:57 GMT
Daumis102 opened a new pull request #6677: AIRFLOW-6083 - Custom Lambda client parameters
URL: https://github.com/apache/airflow/pull/6677
 
 
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   ### Description
   
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   My PR adds ability to provide Lambda client with custom configuration.
   
   ### Tests
   
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good reason: 
   It does not need testing as the functionality that was already implemented in function
get_client_type was defaulting config param to None, which I also do in case no config is
provided to AwsLambdaHook constructor. If config is provided, then the only thing I do is
pass it to the client creation function, which already has everything else implemented.
   
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