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How to Force Redeployment of AWS API Gateway using AWS CloudFormation

If you have an AWS API Gateway resource, and need it to force a redeployment using CloudFormation, then you can use the TIMESTAMP trick.

Example AWS CloudFormation Extract

template.yaml extract:

APIGatewayStage: Type: AWS::ApiGateway::Stage Properties: StageName: !Sub ${EnvironmentTagName} RestApiId: !Ref APIGateway DeploymentId: !Ref APIGatewayDeployment__TIMESTAMP__ TracingEnabled: true MethodSettings: - DataTraceEnabled: true HttpMethod: "*" LoggingLevel: INFO ResourcePath: "/*" MetricsEnabled: true APIGatewayDeployment__TIMESTAMP__: Type: AWS::ApiGateway::Deployment Properties: RestApiId: !Ref APIGateway Description: !Sub ${EnvironmentTagName} Deployment __TIMESTAMP__ APIGateway: Type: AWS::ApiGateway::RestApi Properties: Name: !Ref "AWS::StackName" ...
Code language: YAML (yaml)

As we can see, on line 15 above, we use the __TIMESTAMP__ string in the APIGatewayDeployment stage.

Example CI/CD Bash Extract

Now we simply make sure to update the template.yaml file with our CI run, replacing the occurence of __TIMESTAMP__ with the TIMESTAMP variable generated:

TIMESTAMP="$(date +%s)" sed -i "s/__TIMESTAMP__/${TIMESTAMP}/g" template.yaml
Code language: Bash (bash)

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