Viewing events using the AWS SDK for Java - Amazon Redshift

Viewing events using the AWS SDK for Java

The following example lists the events for a specified cluster and specified event source type. The example shows how to use pagination.

For step-by-step instructions to run the following example, see Running Java examples for Amazon Redshift using Eclipse. You need to update the code and specify a cluster identifier and event source type.

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