[ aws . qldb ]

get-revision

Description

Returns a revision data object for a specified document ID and block address. Also returns a proof of the specified revision for verification if DigestTipAddress is provided.

See also: AWS API Documentation

See ‘aws help’ for descriptions of global parameters.

Synopsis

  get-revision
--name <value>
--block-address <value>
--document-id <value>
[--digest-tip-address <value>]
[--cli-input-json | --cli-input-yaml]
[--generate-cli-skeleton <value>]

Options

--name (string)

The name of the ledger.

--block-address (structure)

The block location of the document revision to be verified. An address is an Amazon Ion structure that has two fields: strandId and sequenceNo .

For example: {strandId:"BlFTjlSXze9BIh1KOszcE3",sequenceNo:14} .

IonText -> (string)

An Amazon Ion plaintext value contained in a ValueHolder structure.

Shorthand Syntax:

IonText=string

JSON Syntax:

{
  "IonText": "string"
}

--document-id (string)

The UUID (represented in Base62-encoded text) of the document to be verified.

--digest-tip-address (structure)

The latest block location covered by the digest for which to request a proof. An address is an Amazon Ion structure that has two fields: strandId and sequenceNo .

For example: {strandId:"BlFTjlSXze9BIh1KOszcE3",sequenceNo:49} .

IonText -> (string)

An Amazon Ion plaintext value contained in a ValueHolder structure.

Shorthand Syntax:

IonText=string

JSON Syntax:

{
  "IonText": "string"
}

--cli-input-json | --cli-input-yaml (string) Reads arguments from the JSON string provided. The JSON string follows the format provided by --generate-cli-skeleton. If other arguments are provided on the command line, those values will override the JSON-provided values. It is not possible to pass arbitrary binary values using a JSON-provided value as the string will be taken literally. This may not be specified along with --cli-input-yaml.

--generate-cli-skeleton (string) Prints a JSON skeleton to standard output without sending an API request. If provided with no value or the value input, prints a sample input JSON that can be used as an argument for --cli-input-json. Similarly, if provided yaml-input it will print a sample input YAML that can be used with --cli-input-yaml. If provided with the value output, it validates the command inputs and returns a sample output JSON for that command.

See ‘aws help’ for descriptions of global parameters.

Examples

Note

To use the following examples, you must have the AWS CLI installed and configured. See the Getting started guide in the AWS CLI User Guide for more information.

Unless otherwise stated, all examples have unix-like quotation rules. These examples will need to be adapted to your terminal’s quoting rules. See Using quotation marks with strings in the AWS CLI User Guide .

Example 1: To get a document revision and proof for verification using input files

The following get-revision example requests a revision data object and a proof from the specified ledger. The request is for a specified digest tip address, document ID, and block address of the revision.

aws qldb get-revision \
    --name vehicle-registration \
    --block-address file://myblockaddress.json \
    --document-id JUJgkIcNbhS2goq8RqLuZ4 \
    --digest-tip-address file://mydigesttipaddress.json

Contents of myblockaddress.json:

{
    "IonText": "{strandId:\"KmA3ZZca7vAIiJAK9S5Iwl\",sequenceNo:100}"
}

Contents of mydigesttipaddress.json:

{
    "IonText": "{strandId:\"KmA3ZZca7vAIiJAK9S5Iwl\",sequenceNo:123}"
}

Output:

{
    "Revision": {
        "IonText": "{blockAddress:{strandId:\"KmA3ZZca7vAIiJAK9S5Iwl\",sequenceNo:100},hash:{{mHVex/yjHAWjFPpwhBuH2GKXmKJjK2FBa9faqoUVNtg=}},data:{VIN:\"1N4AL11D75C109151\",LicensePlateNumber:\"LEWISR261LL\",State:\"WA\",PendingPenaltyTicketAmount:90.25,ValidFromDate:2017-08-21,ValidToDate:2020-05-11,Owners:{PrimaryOwner:{PersonId:\"BFJKdXhnLRT27sXBnojNGW\"},SecondaryOwners:[{PersonId:\"CMVdR77XP8zAglmmFDGTvt\"}]},City:\"Everett\"},metadata:{id:\"JUJgkIcNbhS2goq8RqLuZ4\",version:3,txTime:2019-09-16T19:37:05.344Z,txId:\"FnQeJBAicTX0Ah32ZnVtSX\"}}"
    },
    "Proof": {
        "IonText": "[{{eRSwnmAM7WWANWDd5iGOyK+T4tDXyzUq6HZ/0fgLHos=}},{{VV1rdaNuf+yJZVGlmsM6gr2T52QvBO8Lg+KgpjcnWAU=}},{{7kewBXhpdbClcZKxhVmpoMHpUGOJtWQD0iY2LPfZkYA=}},{{l3+EXs69K1+rehlqyWLkt+oHDlw4Zi9pCLW/t/mgTPM=}},{{48CXG3ehPqsxCYd34EEa8Fso0ORpWWAO8010RJKf3Do=}},{{9UnwnKSQT0i3ge1JMVa+tMIqCEDaOPTkWxmyHSn8UPQ=}},{{3nW6Vryghk+7pd6wFCtLufgPM6qXHyTNeCb1sCwcDaI=}},{{Irb5fNhBrNEQ1VPhzlnGT/ZQPadSmgfdtMYcwkNOxoI=}},{{+3CWpYG/ytf/vq9GidpzSx6JJiLXt1hMQWNnqOy3jfY=}},{{NPx6cRhwsiy5m9UEWS5JTJrZoUdO2jBOAAOmyZAT+qE=}}]"
    }
}

For more information, see Data Verification in Amazon QLDB in the Amazon QLDB Developer Guide.

Example 2: To get a document revision and proof for verification using shorthand syntax

The following get-revision example requests a revision data object and a proof from the specified ledger using shorthand syntax. The request is for a specified digest tip address, document ID, and block address of the revision.

aws qldb get-revision \
    --name vehicle-registration \
    --block-address 'IonText="{strandId:\"KmA3ZZca7vAIiJAK9S5Iwl\",sequenceNo:100}"' \
    --document-id JUJgkIcNbhS2goq8RqLuZ4 \
    --digest-tip-address 'IonText="{strandId:\"KmA3ZZca7vAIiJAK9S5Iwl\",sequenceNo:123}"'

Output:

{
    "Revision": {
        "IonText": "{blockAddress:{strandId:\"KmA3ZZca7vAIiJAK9S5Iwl\",sequenceNo:100},hash:{{mHVex/yjHAWjFPpwhBuH2GKXmKJjK2FBa9faqoUVNtg=}},data:{VIN:\"1N4AL11D75C109151\",LicensePlateNumber:\"LEWISR261LL\",State:\"WA\",PendingPenaltyTicketAmount:90.25,ValidFromDate:2017-08-21,ValidToDate:2020-05-11,Owners:{PrimaryOwner:{PersonId:\"BFJKdXhnLRT27sXBnojNGW\"},SecondaryOwners:[{PersonId:\"CMVdR77XP8zAglmmFDGTvt\"}]},City:\"Everett\"},metadata:{id:\"JUJgkIcNbhS2goq8RqLuZ4\",version:3,txTime:2019-09-16T19:37:05.344Z,txId:\"FnQeJBAicTX0Ah32ZnVtSX\"}}"
    },
    "Proof": {
        "IonText": "[{{eRSwnmAM7WWANWDd5iGOyK+T4tDXyzUq6HZ/0fgLHos=}},{{VV1rdaNuf+yJZVGlmsM6gr2T52QvBO8Lg+KgpjcnWAU=}},{{7kewBXhpdbClcZKxhVmpoMHpUGOJtWQD0iY2LPfZkYA=}},{{l3+EXs69K1+rehlqyWLkt+oHDlw4Zi9pCLW/t/mgTPM=}},{{48CXG3ehPqsxCYd34EEa8Fso0ORpWWAO8010RJKf3Do=}},{{9UnwnKSQT0i3ge1JMVa+tMIqCEDaOPTkWxmyHSn8UPQ=}},{{3nW6Vryghk+7pd6wFCtLufgPM6qXHyTNeCb1sCwcDaI=}},{{Irb5fNhBrNEQ1VPhzlnGT/ZQPadSmgfdtMYcwkNOxoI=}},{{+3CWpYG/ytf/vq9GidpzSx6JJiLXt1hMQWNnqOy3jfY=}},{{NPx6cRhwsiy5m9UEWS5JTJrZoUdO2jBOAAOmyZAT+qE=}}]"
    }
}

For more information, see Data Verification in Amazon QLDB in the Amazon QLDB Developer Guide.

Output

Proof -> (structure)

The proof object in Amazon Ion format returned by a GetRevision request. A proof contains the list of hash values that are required to recalculate the specified digest using a Merkle tree, starting with the specified document revision.

IonText -> (string)

An Amazon Ion plaintext value contained in a ValueHolder structure.

Revision -> (structure)

The document revision data object in Amazon Ion format.

IonText -> (string)

An Amazon Ion plaintext value contained in a ValueHolder structure.