Amazon Polly
Developer Guide

ListLexicons

The following Java code sample shows how to use Java-based applications to produce a list of pronunciation lexicons stored in an AWS Region.

For more information on this operation, see the reference for the ListLexicons API.

package com.amazonaws.polly.samples; import com.amazonaws.services.polly.AmazonPolly; import com.amazonaws.services.polly.AmazonPollyClientBuilder; import com.amazonaws.services.polly.model.LexiconAttributes; import com.amazonaws.services.polly.model.LexiconDescription; import com.amazonaws.services.polly.model.ListLexiconsRequest; import com.amazonaws.services.polly.model.ListLexiconsResult; public class ListLexiconsSample { AmazonPolly client = AmazonPollyClientBuilder.defaultClient(); public void listLexicons() { ListLexiconsRequest listLexiconsRequest = new ListLexiconsRequest(); try { String nextToken; do { ListLexiconsResult listLexiconsResult = client.listLexicons(listLexiconsRequest); nextToken = listLexiconsResult.getNextToken(); listLexiconsRequest.setNextToken(nextToken); for (LexiconDescription lexiconDescription : listLexiconsResult.getLexicons()) { LexiconAttributes attributes = lexiconDescription.getAttributes(); System.out.println("Name: " + lexiconDescription.getName() + ", Alphabet: " + attributes.getAlphabet() + ", LanguageCode: " + attributes.getLanguageCode() + ", LastModified: " + attributes.getLastModified() + ", LexemesCount: " + attributes.getLexemesCount() + ", LexiconArn: " + attributes.getLexiconArn() + ", Size: " + attributes.getSize()); } } while (nextToken != null); } catch (Exception e) { System.err.println("Exception caught: " + e); } } }