For my tasks that subclass AthenaQuery I simply set the “results_path_template” attribute.
Kevin Martin

Yeah but using that way you have to know exactly how many fields you have, what are there types by looping through the metadata etc..

Your sample grabs the first column only. I was looking for a way to print each row at once.

If I understand well, even if you retrieve the results directly, data is stored on s3, right ? So you have to clean those files if you don’t want to be charged for temporary space used ?

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