We have a pre-existing API that uses Lambda to handle method requests. Many of our endpoints will call the same Lambda method with several Methods. So that PUT, POST and DELETE will all be served by the same Lambda method.
In trying to define the API in Swagger/OAS, apparently I need to use the `operationID` operation to reference the name of the Lambda method. However, this `operationID` is required to be unique, whereas our Lambda methods are designed to be re-used wherever possible.
How can I reference the same Lambda method from several API Methods,such as PUT, POST, etc?
Put another way, If we are to use Swagger/OAS we must break up our Lambda methods into multiple methods?
Or we can't use Swagger.
This seems like a bizarre constraint.
I really like Swagger, but this seems like a complete showstopper.
Am I missing something? Does anyone else find this odd?