Use ListIdentityPoolUsage with an Amazon SDK or CLI - Amazon Cognito
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Use ListIdentityPoolUsage with an Amazon SDK or CLI

The following code example shows how to use ListIdentityPoolUsage.

Rust
SDK for Rust
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async fn show_pools(client: &Client) -> Result<(), Error> { let response = client .list_identity_pool_usage() .max_results(10) .send() .await?; let pools = response.identity_pool_usages(); println!("Identity pools:"); for pool in pools { println!( " Identity pool ID: {}", pool.identity_pool_id().unwrap_or_default() ); println!( " Data storage: {}", pool.data_storage().unwrap_or_default() ); println!( " Sync sessions count: {}", pool.sync_sessions_count().unwrap_or_default() ); println!( " Last modified: {}", pool.last_modified_date().unwrap().to_chrono_utc()? ); println!(); } println!("Next token: {}", response.next_token().unwrap_or_default()); Ok(()) }

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