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[ aws . lexv2-runtime ]

get-session

Description

Returns session information for a specified bot, alias, and user.

For example, you can use this operation to retrieve session information for a user that has left a long-running session in use.

If the bot, alias, or session identifier doesn't exist, Amazon Lex V2 returns a BadRequestException . If the locale doesn't exist or is not enabled for the alias, you receive a BadRequestException .

See also: AWS API Documentation

See 'aws help' for descriptions of global parameters.

Synopsis

  get-session
--bot-id <value>
--bot-alias-id <value>
--locale-id <value>
--session-id <value>
[--cli-input-json <value>]
[--generate-cli-skeleton <value>]

Options

--bot-id (string)

The identifier of the bot that contains the session data.

--bot-alias-id (string)

The alias identifier in use for the bot that contains the session data.

--locale-id (string)

The locale where the session is in use.

--session-id (string)

The identifier of the session to return.

--cli-input-json (string) Performs service operation based on the JSON string provided. The JSON string follows the format provided by --generate-cli-skeleton. If other arguments are provided on the command line, the CLI 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.

--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. 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.

Output

sessionId -> (string)

The identifier of the returned session.

messages -> (list)

A list of messages that were last sent to the user. The messages are ordered based on the order that your returned the messages from your Lambda function or the order that messages are defined in the bot.

(structure)

Container for text that is returned to the customer..

content -> (string)

The text of the message.

contentType -> (string)

Indicates the type of response.

imageResponseCard -> (structure)

A card that is shown to the user by a messaging platform. You define the contents of the card, the card is displayed by the platform.

When you use a response card, the response from the user is constrained to the text associated with a button on the card.

title -> (string)

The title to display on the response card. The format of the title is determined by the platform displaying the response card.

subtitle -> (string)

The subtitle to display on the response card. The format of the subtitle is determined by the platform displaying the response card.

imageUrl -> (string)

The URL of an image to display on the response card. The image URL must be publicly available so that the platform displaying the response card has access to the image.

buttons -> (list)

A list of buttons that should be displayed on the response card. The arrangement of the buttons is determined by the platform that displays the button.

(structure)

A button that appears on a response card show to the user.

text -> (string)

The text that is displayed on the button.

value -> (string)

The value returned to Amazon Lex V2 when a user chooses the button.

interpretations -> (list)

A list of intents that Amazon Lex V2 determined might satisfy the user's utterance.

Each interpretation includes the intent, a score that indicates how confident Amazon Lex V2 is that the interpretation is the correct one, and an optional sentiment response that indicates the sentiment expressed in the utterance.

(structure)

An intent that Amazon Lex V2 determined might satisfy the user's utterance. The intents are ordered by the confidence score.

nluConfidence -> (structure)

Determines the threshold where Amazon Lex V2 will insert the AMAZON.FallbackIntent , AMAZON.KendraSearchIntent , or both when returning alternative intents in a response. AMAZON.FallbackIntent and AMAZON.KendraSearchIntent are only inserted if they are configured for the bot.

score -> (double)

A score that indicates how confident Amazon Lex V2 is that an intent satisfies the user's intent. Ranges between 0.00 and 1.00. Higher scores indicate higher confidence.

sentimentResponse -> (structure)

The sentiment expressed in an utterance.

When the bot is configured to send utterances to Amazon Comprehend for sentiment analysis, this field contains the result of the analysis.

sentiment -> (string)

The overall sentiment expressed in the user's response. This is the sentiment most likely expressed by the user based on the analysis by Amazon Comprehend.

sentimentScore -> (structure)

The individual sentiment responses for the utterance.

positive -> (double)

The level of confidence that Amazon Comprehend has in the accuracy of its detection of the POSITIVE sentiment.

negative -> (double)

The level of confidence that Amazon Comprehend has in the accuracy of its detection of the NEGATIVE sentiment.

neutral -> (double)

The level of confidence that Amazon Comprehend has in the accuracy of its detection of the NEUTRAL sentiment.

mixed -> (double)

The level of confidence that Amazon Comprehend has in the accuracy of its detection of the MIXED sentiment.

intent -> (structure)

A list of intents that might satisfy the user's utterance. The intents are ordered by the confidence score.

name -> (string)

The name of the intent.

slots -> (map)

A map of all of the slots for the intent. The name of the slot maps to the value of the slot. If a slot has not been filled, the value is null.

key -> (string)

value -> (structure)

A value that Amazon Lex V2 uses to fulfill an intent.

value -> (structure)

The current value of the slot.

originalValue -> (string)

The text of the utterance from the user that was entered for the slot.

interpretedValue -> (string)

The value that Amazon Lex V2 determines for the slot. The actual value depends on the setting of the value selection strategy for the bot. You can choose to use the value entered by the user, or you can have Amazon Lex V2 choose the first value in the resolvedValues list.

resolvedValues -> (list)

A list of additional values that have been recognized for the slot.

(string)

shape -> (string)

When the shape value is List , it indicates that the values field contains a list of slot values. When the value is Scalar , it indicates that the value field contains a single value.

values -> (list)

A list of one or more values that the user provided for the slot. For example, if a for a slot that elicits pizza toppings, the values might be "pepperoni" and "pineapple."

(structure)

A value that Amazon Lex V2 uses to fulfill an intent.

value -> (structure)

The current value of the slot.

originalValue -> (string)

The text of the utterance from the user that was entered for the slot.

interpretedValue -> (string)

The value that Amazon Lex V2 determines for the slot. The actual value depends on the setting of the value selection strategy for the bot. You can choose to use the value entered by the user, or you can have Amazon Lex V2 choose the first value in the resolvedValues list.

resolvedValues -> (list)

A list of additional values that have been recognized for the slot.

(string)

shape -> (string)

When the shape value is List , it indicates that the values field contains a list of slot values. When the value is Scalar , it indicates that the value field contains a single value.

values -> (list)

A list of one or more values that the user provided for the slot. For example, if a for a slot that elicits pizza toppings, the values might be "pepperoni" and "pineapple."

( ... recursive ... )

state -> (string)

Contains fulfillment information for the intent.

confirmationState -> (string)

Contains information about whether fulfillment of the intent has been confirmed.

sessionState -> (structure)

Represents the current state of the dialog between the user and the bot.

You can use this to determine the progress of the conversation and what the next action might be.

dialogAction -> (structure)

The next step that Amazon Lex V2 should take in the conversation with a user.

type -> (string)

The next action that the bot should take in its interaction with the user. The possible values are:

  • Close - Indicates that there will not be a response from the user. For example, the statement "Your order has been placed" does not require a response.
  • ConfirmIntent - The next action is asking the user if the intent is complete and ready to be fulfilled. This is a yes/no question such as "Place the order?"
  • Delegate - The next action is determined by Amazon Lex V2.
  • ElicitSlot - The next action is to elicit a slot value from the user.

slotToElicit -> (string)

The name of the slot that should be elicited from the user.

intent -> (structure)

The active intent that Amazon Lex V2 is processing.

name -> (string)

The name of the intent.

slots -> (map)

A map of all of the slots for the intent. The name of the slot maps to the value of the slot. If a slot has not been filled, the value is null.

key -> (string)

value -> (structure)

A value that Amazon Lex V2 uses to fulfill an intent.

value -> (structure)

The current value of the slot.

originalValue -> (string)

The text of the utterance from the user that was entered for the slot.

interpretedValue -> (string)

The value that Amazon Lex V2 determines for the slot. The actual value depends on the setting of the value selection strategy for the bot. You can choose to use the value entered by the user, or you can have Amazon Lex V2 choose the first value in the resolvedValues list.

resolvedValues -> (list)

A list of additional values that have been recognized for the slot.

(string)

shape -> (string)

When the shape value is List , it indicates that the values field contains a list of slot values. When the value is Scalar , it indicates that the value field contains a single value.

values -> (list)

A list of one or more values that the user provided for the slot. For example, if a for a slot that elicits pizza toppings, the values might be "pepperoni" and "pineapple."

(structure)

A value that Amazon Lex V2 uses to fulfill an intent.

value -> (structure)

The current value of the slot.

originalValue -> (string)

The text of the utterance from the user that was entered for the slot.

interpretedValue -> (string)

The value that Amazon Lex V2 determines for the slot. The actual value depends on the setting of the value selection strategy for the bot. You can choose to use the value entered by the user, or you can have Amazon Lex V2 choose the first value in the resolvedValues list.

resolvedValues -> (list)

A list of additional values that have been recognized for the slot.

(string)

shape -> (string)

When the shape value is List , it indicates that the values field contains a list of slot values. When the value is Scalar , it indicates that the value field contains a single value.

values -> (list)

A list of one or more values that the user provided for the slot. For example, if a for a slot that elicits pizza toppings, the values might be "pepperoni" and "pineapple."

( ... recursive ... )

state -> (string)

Contains fulfillment information for the intent.

confirmationState -> (string)

Contains information about whether fulfillment of the intent has been confirmed.

activeContexts -> (list)

One or more contexts that indicate to Amazon Lex V2 the context of a request. When a context is active, Amazon Lex V2 considers intents with the matching context as a trigger as the next intent in a session.

(structure)

Contains information about the contexts that a user is using in a session. You can configure Amazon Lex V2 to set a context when an intent is fulfilled, or you can set a context using the , , or operations.

Use a context to indicate to Amazon Lex V2 intents that should be used as follow-up intents. For example, if the active context is order-fulfilled , only intents that have order-fulfilled configured as a trigger are considered for follow up.

name -> (string)

The name of the context.

timeToLive -> (structure)

Indicates the number of turns or seconds that the context is active. Once the time to live expires, the context is no longer returned in a response.

timeToLiveInSeconds -> (integer)

The number of seconds that the context is active. You can specify between 5 and 86400 seconds (24 hours).

turnsToLive -> (integer)

The number of turns that the context is active. You can specify up to 20 turns. Each request and response from the bot is a turn.

contextAttributes -> (map)

A list of contexts active for the request. A context can be activated when a previous intent is fulfilled, or by including the context in the request.

If you don't specify a list of contexts, Amazon Lex V2 will use the current list of contexts for the session. If you specify an empty list, all contexts for the session are cleared.

key -> (string)

value -> (string)

sessionAttributes -> (map)

Map of key/value pairs representing session-specific context information. It contains application information passed between Amazon Lex V2 and a client application.

key -> (string)

value -> (string)

originatingRequestId -> (string)