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@datafire/azure_resources_policyassignments

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5.0.0 (see all)License:MITTypeScript:Not Found
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@datafire/azure_resources_policyassignments

Client library for PolicyClient

Installation and Usage

npm install --save @datafire/azure_resources_policyassignments
let azure_resources_policyassignments = require('@datafire/azure_resources_policyassignments').create({
  access_token: "",
  refresh_token: "",
  client_id: "",
  client_secret: "",
  redirect_uri: ""
});

.then(data => {
  console.log(data);
});

Description

To manage and control access to your resources, you can define customized policies and assign them at a scope.

Actions

PolicyAssignments_List

This operation retrieves the list of all policy assignments associated with the given subscription that match the optional given $filter. Valid values for $filter are: 'atScope()' or 'policyDefinitionId eq '{value}''. If $filter is not provided, the unfiltered list includes all policy assignments associated with the subscription, including those that apply directly or from management groups that contain the given subscription, as well as any applied to objects contained within the subscription. If $filter=atScope() is provided, the returned list includes all policy assignments that apply to the subscription, which is everything in the unfiltered list except those applied to objects contained within the subscription. If $filter=policyDefinitionId eq '{value}' is provided, the returned list includes all policy assignments of the policy definition whose id is {value}.

azure_resources_policyassignments.PolicyAssignments_List({
  "api-version": "",
  "subscriptionId": ""
}, context)

Input

  • input object
    • $filter string: The filter to apply on the operation. Valid values for $filter are: 'atScope()' or 'policyDefinitionId eq '{value}''. If $filter is not provided, no filtering is performed.
    • api-version required string: The API version to use for the operation.
    • subscriptionId required string: The ID of the target subscription.

Output

PolicyAssignments_ListForResourceGroup

This operation retrieves the list of all policy assignments associated with the given resource group in the given subscription that match the optional given $filter. Valid values for $filter are: 'atScope()' or 'policyDefinitionId eq '{value}''. If $filter is not provided, the unfiltered list includes all policy assignments associated with the resource group, including those that apply directly or apply from containing scopes, as well as any applied to resources contained within the resource group. If $filter=atScope() is provided, the returned list includes all policy assignments that apply to the resource group, which is everything in the unfiltered list except those applied to resources contained within the resource group. If $filter=policyDefinitionId eq '{value}' is provided, the returned list includes all policy assignments of the policy definition whose id is {value} that apply to the resource group.

azure_resources_policyassignments.PolicyAssignments_ListForResourceGroup({
  "resourceGroupName": "",
  "api-version": "",
  "subscriptionId": ""
}, context)

Input

  • input object
    • resourceGroupName required string: The name of the resource group that contains policy assignments.
    • $filter string: The filter to apply on the operation. Valid values for $filter are: 'atScope()' or 'policyDefinitionId eq '{value}''. If $filter is not provided, no filtering is performed.
    • api-version required string: The API version to use for the operation.
    • subscriptionId required string: The ID of the target subscription.

Output

PolicyAssignments_ListForResource

This operation retrieves the list of all policy assignments associated with the specified resource in the given resource group and subscription that match the optional given $filter. Valid values for $filter are: 'atScope()' or 'policyDefinitionId eq '{value}''. If $filter is not provided, the unfiltered list includes all policy assignments associated with the resource, including those that apply directly or from all containing scopes, as well as any applied to resources contained within the resource. If $filter=atScope() is provided, the returned list includes all policy assignments that apply to the resource, which is everything in the unfiltered list except those applied to resources contained within the resource. If $filter=policyDefinitionId eq '{value}' is provided, the returned list includes all policy assignments of the policy definition whose id is {value} that apply to the resource. Three parameters plus the resource name are used to identify a specific resource. If the resource is not part of a parent resource (the more common case), the parent resource path should not be provided (or provided as ''). For example a web app could be specified as ({resourceProviderNamespace} == 'Microsoft.Web', {parentResourcePath} == '', {resourceType} == 'sites', {resourceName} == 'MyWebApp'). If the resource is part of a parent resource, then all parameters should be provided. For example a virtual machine DNS name could be specified as ({resourceProviderNamespace} == 'Microsoft.Compute', {parentResourcePath} == 'virtualMachines/MyVirtualMachine', {resourceType} == 'domainNames', {resourceName} == 'MyComputerName'). A convenient alternative to providing the namespace and type name separately is to provide both in the {resourceType} parameter, format: ({resourceProviderNamespace} == '', {parentResourcePath} == '', {resourceType} == 'Microsoft.Web/sites', {resourceName} == 'MyWebApp').

azure_resources_policyassignments.PolicyAssignments_ListForResource({
  "resourceGroupName": "",
  "resourceProviderNamespace": "",
  "parentResourcePath": "",
  "resourceType": "",
  "resourceName": "",
  "api-version": "",
  "subscriptionId": ""
}, context)

Input

  • input object
    • resourceGroupName required string: The name of the resource group containing the resource.
    • resourceProviderNamespace required string: The namespace of the resource provider. For example, the namespace of a virtual machine is Microsoft.Compute (from Microsoft.Compute/virtualMachines)
    • parentResourcePath required string: The parent resource path. Use empty string if there is none.
    • resourceType required string: The resource type name. For example the type name of a web app is 'sites' (from Microsoft.Web/sites).
    • resourceName required string: The name of the resource.
    • $filter string: The filter to apply on the operation. Valid values for $filter are: 'atScope()' or 'policyDefinitionId eq '{value}''. If $filter is not provided, no filtering is performed.
    • api-version required string: The API version to use for the operation.
    • subscriptionId required string: The ID of the target subscription.

Output

PolicyAssignments_DeleteById

This operation deletes the policy with the given ID. Policy assignment IDs have this format: '{scope}/providers/Microsoft.Authorization/policyAssignments/{policyAssignmentName}'. Valid formats for {scope} are: '/providers/Microsoft.Management/managementGroups/{managementGroup}' (management group), '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}' (subscription), '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}' (resource group), or '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/{resourceProviderNamespace}/[{parentResourcePath}/]{resourceType}/{resourceName}' (resource).

azure_resources_policyassignments.PolicyAssignments_DeleteById({
  "policyAssignmentId": "",
  "api-version": ""
}, context)

Input

  • input object
    • policyAssignmentId required string: The ID of the policy assignment to delete. Use the format '{scope}/providers/Microsoft.Authorization/policyAssignments/{policyAssignmentName}'.
    • api-version required string: The API version to use for the operation.

Output

PolicyAssignments_GetById

The operation retrieves the policy assignment with the given ID. Policy assignment IDs have this format: '{scope}/providers/Microsoft.Authorization/policyAssignments/{policyAssignmentName}'. Valid scopes are: management group (format: '/providers/Microsoft.Management/managementGroups/{managementGroup}'), subscription (format: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}'), resource group (format: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}', or resource (format: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/{resourceProviderNamespace}/[{parentResourcePath}/]{resourceType}/{resourceName}'.

azure_resources_policyassignments.PolicyAssignments_GetById({
  "policyAssignmentId": "",
  "api-version": ""
}, context)

Input

  • input object
    • policyAssignmentId required string: The ID of the policy assignment to get. Use the format '{scope}/providers/Microsoft.Authorization/policyAssignments/{policyAssignmentName}'.
    • api-version required string: The API version to use for the operation.

Output

PolicyAssignments_CreateById

This operation creates or updates the policy assignment with the given ID. Policy assignments made on a scope apply to all resources contained in that scope. For example, when you assign a policy to a resource group that policy applies to all resources in the group. Policy assignment IDs have this format: '{scope}/providers/Microsoft.Authorization/policyAssignments/{policyAssignmentName}'. Valid scopes are: management group (format: '/providers/Microsoft.Management/managementGroups/{managementGroup}'), subscription (format: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}'), resource group (format: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}', or resource (format: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/{resourceProviderNamespace}/[{parentResourcePath}/]{resourceType}/{resourceName}'.

azure_resources_policyassignments.PolicyAssignments_CreateById({
  "policyAssignmentId": "",
  "parameters": null,
  "api-version": ""
}, context)

Input

  • input object
    • policyAssignmentId required string: The ID of the policy assignment to create. Use the format '{scope}/providers/Microsoft.Authorization/policyAssignments/{policyAssignmentName}'.
    • parameters required PolicyAssignment
    • api-version required string: The API version to use for the operation.

Output

PolicyAssignments_Delete

This operation deletes a policy assignment, given its name and the scope it was created in. The scope of a policy assignment is the part of its ID preceding '/providers/Microsoft.Authorization/policyAssignments/{policyAssignmentName}'.

azure_resources_policyassignments.PolicyAssignments_Delete({
  "scope": "",
  "policyAssignmentName": "",
  "api-version": ""
}, context)

Input

  • input object
    • scope required string: The scope of the policy assignment. Valid scopes are: management group (format: '/providers/Microsoft.Management/managementGroups/{managementGroup}'), subscription (format: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}'), resource group (format: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}', or resource (format: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/{resourceProviderNamespace}/[{parentResourcePath}/]{resourceType}/{resourceName}'
    • policyAssignmentName required string: The name of the policy assignment to delete.
    • api-version required string: The API version to use for the operation.

Output

PolicyAssignments_Get

This operation retrieves a single policy assignment, given its name and the scope it was created at.

azure_resources_policyassignments.PolicyAssignments_Get({
  "scope": "",
  "policyAssignmentName": "",
  "api-version": ""
}, context)

Input

  • input object
    • scope required string: The scope of the policy assignment. Valid scopes are: management group (format: '/providers/Microsoft.Management/managementGroups/{managementGroup}'), subscription (format: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}'), resource group (format: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}', or resource (format: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/{resourceProviderNamespace}/[{parentResourcePath}/]{resourceType}/{resourceName}'
    • policyAssignmentName required string: The name of the policy assignment to get.
    • api-version required string: The API version to use for the operation.

Output

PolicyAssignments_Create

This operation creates or updates a policy assignment with the given scope and name. Policy assignments apply to all resources contained within their scope. For example, when you assign a policy at resource group scope, that policy applies to all resources in the group.

azure_resources_policyassignments.PolicyAssignments_Create({
  "scope": "",
  "policyAssignmentName": "",
  "parameters": null,
  "api-version": ""
}, context)

Input

  • input object
    • scope required string: The scope of the policy assignment. Valid scopes are: management group (format: '/providers/Microsoft.Management/managementGroups/{managementGroup}'), subscription (format: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}'), resource group (format: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}', or resource (format: '/subscriptions/{subscriptionId}/resourceGroups/{resourceGroupName}/providers/{resourceProviderNamespace}/[{parentResourcePath}/]{resourceType}/{resourceName}'
    • policyAssignmentName required string: The name of the policy assignment.
    • parameters required PolicyAssignment
    • api-version required string: The API version to use for the operation.

Output

Definitions

ErrorResponse

  • ErrorResponse object: Error response indicates Azure Resource Manager is not able to process the incoming request. The reason is provided in the error message.
    • errorCode string: Error code.
    • errorMessage string: Error message indicating why the operation failed.
    • httpStatus string: Http status code.

Identity

  • Identity object: Identity for the resource.
    • principalId string: The principal ID of the resource identity.
    • tenantId string: The tenant ID of the resource identity.
    • type string (values: SystemAssigned, None): The identity type.

PolicyAssignment

  • PolicyAssignment object: The policy assignment.
    • id string: The ID of the policy assignment.
    • identity Identity
    • location string: The location of the policy assignment. Only required when utilizing managed identity.
    • name string: The name of the policy assignment.
    • properties PolicyAssignmentProperties
    • sku PolicySku
    • type string: The type of the policy assignment.

PolicyAssignmentListResult

  • PolicyAssignmentListResult object: List of policy assignments.
    • nextLink string: The URL to use for getting the next set of results.
    • value array: An array of policy assignments.

PolicyAssignmentProperties

  • PolicyAssignmentProperties object: The policy assignment properties.
    • description string: This message will be part of response in case of policy violation.
    • displayName string: The display name of the policy assignment.
    • enforcementMode string (values: Default, DoNotEnforce): The policy assignment enforcement mode. Possible values are Default and DoNotEnforce.
    • metadata object: The policy assignment metadata.
    • notScopes array: The policy's excluded scopes.
      • items string
    • parameters object: Required if a parameter is used in policy rule.
    • policyDefinitionId string: The ID of the policy definition or policy set definition being assigned.
    • scope string: The scope for the policy assignment.

PolicySku

  • PolicySku object: The policy sku. This property is optional, obsolete, and will be ignored.
    • name required string: The name of the policy sku. Possible values are A0 and A1.
    • tier string: The policy sku tier. Possible values are Free and Standard.

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