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 * **Push-event model** - A one way, inbound request where Amazon API Gateway invokes the Lambda function by passing data a request body as parameter to the Lambda function. * **Push-event model** - A one way, inbound request where Amazon API Gateway invokes the Lambda function by passing data a request body as parameter to the Lambda function.
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 * **Synchronous invocation** ​ – invoke the Lambda function and get a response back using __RequestResponse__ as the invocation type (see invocation types below) ​ * **Synchronous invocation** ​ – invoke the Lambda function and get a response back using __RequestResponse__ as the invocation type (see invocation types below) ​
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 * **Event structure** – The event your Lambda function receives is the body from the HTTPS request that Amazon API Gateway receives and your Lambda function is the custom code written to process the specific event type. * **Event structure** – The event your Lambda function receives is the body from the HTTPS request that Amazon API Gateway receives and your Lambda function is the custom code written to process the specific event type.
 Note that there are two types of permissions policies that you work with when you set up the end-to-end experience: Note that there are two types of permissions policies that you work with when you set up the end-to-end experience:
 
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