The timestamp of when the domain was created.
The URL of the SQS dead letter queue, which is used for reporting errors associated with ingesting data from third party applications.
The default encryption key, which is an AWS managed key, is used when no specific type of encryption key is specified. It is used to encrypt all data before it is placed in permanent or semi-permanent storage.
The default number of days until the data within the domain expires.
The unique name of the domain.
The timestamp of when the domain was most recently edited.
The process of matching duplicate profiles. If
true, Amazon Connect Customer Profiles starts a weekly
batch process called Identity Resolution Job. If you do not specify a date and time for Identity Resolution Job to run, by default it runs every
Saturday at 12AM UTC to detect duplicate profiles in your domains.
After the Identity Resolution Job completes, use the
API to return and review the results. Or, if you have configured
ExportingConfig in the
MatchingRequest, you can download the results from
Usage-specific statistics about the domain.
The tags used to organize, track, or control access for this resource.