Subscription filter policies as Java collections - Amazon Simple Notification Service

Subscription filter policies as Java collections

To provide a subscription filter policy to the Amazon SNS client using the AWS SDK for Java, you must pass it as a string using the following process:

  1. To define your policy as a collection, create a map that associates each attribute name with a list of values.

  2. To assign the policy to a subscription, produce a string version of the policy from the contents of the map.

  3. Pass the string to the Amazon SNS client.

Working Java example

The following example Java code demonstrates the process of providing the subscription filter policy to the Amazon SNS client.

/* * Copyright 2010-2020, Inc. or its affiliates. All Rights Reserved. * * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"). * You may not use this file except in compliance with the License. * A copy of the License is located at * * * * or in the "license" file accompanying this file. This file is distributed * on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either * express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing * permissions and limitations under the License. * */ import; import; import java.util.ArrayList; import java.util.HashMap; import java.util.List; import java.util.Map; import; // The class stores the filterPolicy field as a map. public class SNSMessageFilterPolicy { private final Map<String, Attribute> filterPolicy = new HashMap<>(); // You can use the addAttribute(), addAttributePrefix(), and addAttributeAnythingBut() // methods to add attributes to your policy. These methods accept the attribute name as a string, // and they are specialized to accept different value types. You can pass values as strings, // lists of strings, numbers, or number ranges and you can also add the attributes anything-but // and prefix. public void addAttribute(final String attributeName, final String attributeValue) { filterPolicy.put(attributeName, new Attribute<>(AttributeType.String, attributeValue)); } public void addAttribute(final String attributeName, final ArrayList<String> attributeValues) { final ArrayList<Attribute> attributes = new ArrayList<>(); for (final String s : attributeValues) { attributes.add(new Attribute<>(AttributeType.String, s)); } filterPolicy.put(attributeName, new Attribute<>(AttributeType.List, attributes)); } public void addAttributePrefix(final String attributeName, final String prefix) { filterPolicy.put(attributeName, new Attribute<>(AttributeType.Prefix, prefix)); } public void addAttributeAnythingBut(final String attributeName, final String value) { filterPolicy.put(attributeName, new Attribute<>(AttributeType.AnythingBut, value)); } public <T extends Number> void addAttribute(final String attributeName, final String op, final T value) { filterPolicy.put(attributeName, new Attribute<>(AttributeType.Numeric, new NumericValue<>(op, value))); } public <T extends Number> void addAttributeRange( final String attributeName, final String lowerOp, final T lower, final String upperOp, final T upper) { filterPolicy.put(attributeName, new Attribute<>(AttributeType.Numeric, new NumericValue<>(lowerOp, lower, upperOp, upper))); } // To apply your policy to a subscription, use the apply() method, providing the client and the // subscription ARN. This method produces a policy string from the contents of the filterPolicy map, // and then applies the policy to the specified subscription. public void apply(final AmazonSNS snsClient, final String subscriptionArn) { final SetSubscriptionAttributesRequest request = new SetSubscriptionAttributesRequest(subscriptionArn, "FilterPolicy", formatFilterPolicy()); snsClient.setSubscriptionAttributes(request); } private String formatFilterPolicy() { return filterPolicy.entrySet() .stream() .map(entry -> "\"" + entry.getKey() + "\": [" + entry.getValue() + "]") .collect(Collectors.joining(", ", "{", "}")); } private enum AttributeType { String, Numeric, Prefix, List, AnythingBut } private class Attribute<T> { final T value; final AttributeType type; Attribute(final AttributeType type, final T value) { this.value = value; this.type = type; } public String toString() { switch (type) { case Prefix: return String.format("{\"prefix\":\"%s\"}", value.toString()); case Numeric: return String.format("{\"numeric\":%s}", value.toString()); case List: final List list = (List)value; final ArrayList<T> values = new ArrayList<T>(list); return values .stream() .map(Object::toString) .collect(Collectors.joining(",")); case AnythingBut: return String.format("{\"anything-but\":\"%s\"}", value); default: return String.format("\"%s\"", value); } } } private class NumericValue<T extends Number> { private final T lower; private final T upper; private final String lowerOp; private final String upperOp; NumericValue(final String op, final T value) { lower = value; lowerOp = op; upper = null; upperOp = null; } NumericValue(final String lowerOp, final T lower, final String upperOp, final T upper) { this.lower = lower; this.lowerOp = lowerOp; this.upper = upper; this.upperOp = upperOp; } public String toString() { final StringBuilder s = new StringBuilder("[") .append('\"') .append(lowerOp) .append("\",") .append(lower); if (upper != null) { s.append(",\"") .append(upperOp). append("\","). append(upper); } s.append("]"); return s.toString(); } } }

The following Java code excerpt shows how to initialize and use the example SNSMessageFilterPolicy class:

// Initialize the example filter policy class. final SNSMessageFilterPolicy fp = new SNSMessageFilterPolicy(); // Add a filter policy attribute with a single value. fp.addAttribute("store", "example_corp"); fp.addAttribute("event", "order_placed"); // Add a prefix attribute. filterPolicy.addAttributePrefix("customer_interests", "bas"); // Add an anything-but attribute. filterPolicy.addAttributeAnythingBut("customer_interests", "baseball"); // Add a filter policy attribute with a list of values. final ArrayList<String> attributeValues = new ArrayList<>(); attributeValues.add("rugby"); attributeValues.add("soccer"); attributeValues.add("hockey"); fp.addAttribute("customer_interests", attributeValues); // Add a numeric attribute. filterPolicy.addAttribute("price_usd", "=", 0); // Add a numeric attribute with a range. filterPolicy.addAttributeRange("price_usd", ">", 0, "<=", 100); // Apply the filter policy attributes to an Amazon SNS subscription. fp.apply(snsClient, subscriptionArn);