CloudTrail / Client / delete_event_data_store



Disables the event data store specified by EventDataStore, which accepts an event data store ARN. After you run DeleteEventDataStore, the event data store enters a PENDING_DELETION state, and is automatically deleted after a wait period of seven days. TerminationProtectionEnabled must be set to False on the event data store and the FederationStatus must be DISABLED. You cannot delete an event data store if TerminationProtectionEnabled is True or the FederationStatus is ENABLED.

After you run DeleteEventDataStore on an event data store, you cannot run ListQueries, DescribeQuery, or GetQueryResults on queries that are using an event data store in a PENDING_DELETION state. An event data store in the PENDING_DELETION state does not incur costs.

See also: AWS API Documentation

Request Syntax

response = client.delete_event_data_store(

EventDataStore (string) –


The ARN (or the ID suffix of the ARN) of the event data store to delete.

Return type:



Response Syntax


Response Structure

  • (dict) –


  • CloudTrail.Client.exceptions.EventDataStoreARNInvalidException

  • CloudTrail.Client.exceptions.EventDataStoreNotFoundException

  • CloudTrail.Client.exceptions.EventDataStoreTerminationProtectedException

  • CloudTrail.Client.exceptions.EventDataStoreHasOngoingImportException

  • CloudTrail.Client.exceptions.InactiveEventDataStoreException

  • CloudTrail.Client.exceptions.InvalidParameterException

  • CloudTrail.Client.exceptions.OperationNotPermittedException

  • CloudTrail.Client.exceptions.UnsupportedOperationException

  • CloudTrail.Client.exceptions.NotOrganizationMasterAccountException

  • CloudTrail.Client.exceptions.NoManagementAccountSLRExistsException

  • CloudTrail.Client.exceptions.ChannelExistsForEDSException

  • CloudTrail.Client.exceptions.InsufficientDependencyServiceAccessPermissionException

  • CloudTrail.Client.exceptions.ConflictException

  • CloudTrail.Client.exceptions.EventDataStoreFederationEnabledException