Create sample code for BatchGetEffectiveIamPolicies API.

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Create sample code for BatchGetEffectiveIamPolicies API as part of its launch to GA.

Code sample


// Sample asset-quickstart batch get effective iam policies.
package main

import (

	asset ""

func main() {
	projectId := flag.String("projectId", "", "Project Id to construct the scope under which the effective IAM policies to get.")
	fullResourceName := flag.String("fullResourceName", "", "Resource on which the IAM policies are effective.")

	ctx := context.Background()
	client, err := asset.NewClient(ctx)
	if err != nil {
		log.Fatalf("asset.NewClient: %v", err)
	defer client.Close()

	req := &assetpb.BatchGetEffectiveIamPoliciesRequest{
		Scope: fmt.Sprintf("projects/%s", *projectId),
		Names: []string{*fullResourceName},

	op, err := client.BatchGetEffectiveIamPolicies(ctx, req)
	if err != nil {
	for index, result := range op.PolicyResults {
		fmt.Println(index, result)


const {AssetServiceClient} = require('@google-cloud/asset');

const client = new AssetServiceClient();

async function batchGetEffectiveIamPolicies() {
  const projectId = await client.getProjectId();
  const request = {
    scope: `projects/${projectId}`,
    names: assetNames.split(','),

  // Handle the operation using the promise pattern.
  const result = await client.batchGetEffectiveIamPolicies(request);
  // Handle the response.
  console.dir(result, {depth: null});


from import asset_v1

# TODO scope = 'project ID/number, folder number or org number'
# TODO resource_names = 'List of resource names'

client = asset_v1.AssetServiceClient()

response = client.batch_get_effective_iam_policies(
  request={"scope": scope, "names": resource_names}

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