Step 2: Update the Lambda function - AWS CodeDeploy

Step 2: Update the Lambda function

In this topic, you update your myDateTimeFunction.js file. In the next step, you use the file to deploy the updated function. This triggers CodeDeploy to deploy it by shifting production traffic from the current version of the Lambda function to the updated version.

To update your Lambda function

  1. Open myDateTimeFunction.js.

  2. Remove the two comment markers ("/*" and "*/") and the explanatory text at the start and end of the case named time in the switch block.

    The uncommented code lets you pass a new parameter, time, to the function. If you pass time to the updated function, it returns the current hour, minute, and second.

  3. Save myDateTimeFunction.js. It should look like the following:

    'use strict'; exports.handler = function(event, context, callback) { if (event.body) { event = JSON.parse(event.body); } var sc; // Status code var result = ""; // Response payload switch(event.option) { case "date": switch(event.period) { case "yesterday": result = setDateResult("yesterday"); sc = 200; break; case "today": result = setDateResult(); sc = 200; break; case "tomorrow": result = setDateResult("tomorrow"); sc = 200; break; default: result = { "error": "Must specify 'yesterday', 'today', or 'tomorrow'." }; sc = 400; break; } break; case "time": var d = new Date(); var h = d.getHours(); var mi = d.getMinutes(); var s = d.getSeconds(); result = { "hour": h, "minute": mi, "second": s }; sc = 200; break; default: result = { "error": "Must specify 'date' or 'time'." }; sc = 400; break; } const response = { statusCode: sc, headers: { "Content-type": "application/json" }, body: JSON.stringify( result ) }; callback(null, response); function setDateResult(option) { var d = new Date(); // Today var mo; // Month var da; // Day var y; // Year switch(option) { case "yesterday": d.setDate(d.getDate() - 1); break; case "tomorrow": d.setDate(d.getDate() + 1); default: break; } mo = d.getMonth() + 1; // Months are zero offset (0-11) da = d.getDate(); y = d.getFullYear(); result = { "month": mo, "day": da, "year": y }; return result; } };