Package google.iam.v2beta

Index

Policies

An interface for managing Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies.

CreatePolicy

rpc CreatePolicy(CreatePolicyRequest) returns (Operation)

Creates a policy.

Authorization Scopes

Requires one of the following OAuth scopes:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform
  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/iam

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

DeletePolicy

rpc DeletePolicy(DeletePolicyRequest) returns (Operation)

Deletes a policy. This action is permanent.

Authorization Scopes

Requires one of the following OAuth scopes:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform
  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/iam

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

GetPolicy

rpc GetPolicy(GetPolicyRequest) returns (Policy)

Gets a policy.

Authorization Scopes

Requires one of the following OAuth scopes:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform
  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/iam

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

ListPolicies

rpc ListPolicies(ListPoliciesRequest) returns (ListPoliciesResponse)

Retrieves the policies of the specified kind that are attached to a resource.

The response lists only policy metadata. In particular, policy rules are omitted.

Authorization Scopes

Requires one of the following OAuth scopes:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform
  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/iam

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

UpdatePolicy

rpc UpdatePolicy(UpdatePolicyRequest) returns (Operation)

Updates the specified policy.

You can update only the rules and the display name for the policy.

To update a policy, you should use a read-modify-write loop:

  1. Use GetPolicy to read the current version of the policy.
  2. Modify the policy as needed.
  3. Use UpdatePolicy to write the updated policy.

This pattern helps prevent conflicts between concurrent updates.

Authorization Scopes

Requires one of the following OAuth scopes:

  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform
  • https://www.googleapis.com/auth/iam

For more information, see the Authentication Overview.

CreatePolicyRequest

Request message for CreatePolicy.

Fields
parent

string

Required. The resource that the policy is attached to, along with the kind of policy to create. Format: policies/{attachment_point}/denypolicies

The attachment point is identified by its URL-encoded full resource name, which means that the forward-slash character, /, must be written as %2F. For example, policies/cloudresourcemanager.googleapis.com%2Fprojects%2Fmy-project/denypolicies.

For organizations and folders, use the numeric ID in the full resource name. For projects, you can use the alphanumeric or the numeric ID.

policy

Policy

Required. The policy to create.

policy_id

string

The ID to use for this policy, which will become the final component of the policy's resource name. The ID must contain 3 to 63 characters. It can contain lowercase letters and numbers, as well as dashes (-) and periods (.). The first character must be a lowercase letter.

DeletePolicyRequest

Request message for DeletePolicy.

Fields
name

string

Required. The resource name of the policy to delete. Format: policies/{attachment_point}/denypolicies/{policy_id}

Use the URL-encoded full resource name, which means that the forward-slash character, /, must be written as %2F. For example, policies/cloudresourcemanager.googleapis.com%2Fprojects%2Fmy-project/denypolicies/my-policy.

For organizations and folders, use the numeric ID in the full resource name. For projects, you can use the alphanumeric or the numeric ID.

etag

string

Optional. The expected etag of the policy to delete. If the value does not match the value that is stored in IAM, the request fails with a 409 error code and ABORTED status.

If you omit this field, the policy is deleted regardless of its current etag.

DenyRule

A deny rule in an IAM deny policy.

Fields
denied_principals[]

string

The identities that are prevented from using one or more permissions on Google Cloud resources. This field can contain the following values:

  • principalSet://goog/public:all: A special identifier that represents any user who is on the internet, even if they do not have a Google Account or are not logged in.

  • principal://goog/subject/{email_id}: A specific Google Account. Includes Gmail, Cloud Identity, and Google Workspace user accounts. For example, principal://goog/subject/alice@example.com.

  • deleted:principal://goog/subject/{email_id}?uid={uid}: A specific Google Account that was deleted recently. For example, deleted:principal://goog/subject/alice@example.com?uid=1234567890. If the Google Account is recovered, this identifier reverts to the standard identifier for a Google Account.

  • principalSet://goog/group/{group_id}: A Google group. For example, principalSet://goog/group/admins@example.com.

  • deleted:principalSet://goog/group/{group_id}?uid={uid}: A Google group that was deleted recently. For example, deleted:principalSet://goog/group/admins@example.com?uid=1234567890. If the Google group is restored, this identifier reverts to the standard identifier for a Google group.

  • principal://iam.googleapis.com/projects/-/serviceAccounts/{service_account_id}: A Google Cloud service account. For example, principal://iam.googleapis.com/projects/-/serviceAccounts/my-service-account@iam.gserviceaccount.com.

  • deleted:principal://iam.googleapis.com/projects/-/serviceAccounts/{service_account_id}?uid={uid}: A Google Cloud service account that was deleted recently. For example, deleted:principal://iam.googleapis.com/projects/-/serviceAccounts/my-service-account@iam.gserviceaccount.com?uid=1234567890. If the service account is undeleted, this identifier reverts to the standard identifier for a service account.

  • principalSet://goog/cloudIdentityCustomerId/{customer_id}: All of the principals associated with the specified Google Workspace or Cloud Identity customer ID. For example, principalSet://goog/cloudIdentityCustomerId/C01Abc35.

exception_principals[]

string

The identities that are excluded from the deny rule, even if they are listed in the denied_principals. For example, you could add a Google group to the denied_principals, then exclude specific users who belong to that group.

This field can contain the same values as the denied_principals field, excluding principalSet://goog/public:all, which represents all users on the internet.

denied_permissions[]

string

The permissions that are explicitly denied by this rule. Each permission uses the format {service_fqdn}/{resource}.{verb}, where {service_fqdn} is the fully qualified domain name for the service. For example, iam.googleapis.com/roles.list.

exception_permissions[]

string

Specifies the permissions that this rule excludes from the set of denied permissions given by denied_permissions. If a permission appears in denied_permissions and in exception_permissions then it will not be denied.

The excluded permissions can be specified using the same syntax as denied_permissions.

denial_condition

Expr

The condition that determines whether this deny rule applies to a request. If the condition expression evaluates to true, then the deny rule is applied; otherwise, the deny rule is not applied.

Each deny rule is evaluated independently. If this deny rule does not apply to a request, other deny rules might still apply.

The condition can use CEL functions that evaluate resource tags. Other functions and operators are not supported.

GetPolicyRequest

Request message for GetPolicy.

Fields
name

string

Required. The resource name of the policy to retrieve. Format: policies/{attachment_point}/denypolicies/{policy_id}

Use the URL-encoded full resource name, which means that the forward-slash character, /, must be written as %2F. For example, policies/cloudresourcemanager.googleapis.com%2Fprojects%2Fmy-project/denypolicies/my-policy.

For organizations and folders, use the numeric ID in the full resource name. For projects, you can use the alphanumeric or the numeric ID.

ListPoliciesRequest

Request message for ListPolicies.

Fields
parent

string

Required. The resource that the policy is attached to, along with the kind of policy to list. Format: policies/{attachment_point}/denypolicies

The attachment point is identified by its URL-encoded full resource name, which means that the forward-slash character, /, must be written as %2F. For example, policies/cloudresourcemanager.googleapis.com%2Fprojects%2Fmy-project/denypolicies.

For organizations and folders, use the numeric ID in the full resource name. For projects, you can use the alphanumeric or the numeric ID.

page_size

int32

The maximum number of policies to return. IAM ignores this value and uses the value 1000.

page_token

string

A page token received in a ListPoliciesResponse. Provide this token to retrieve the next page.

ListPoliciesResponse

Response message for ListPolicies.

Fields
policies[]

Policy

Metadata for the policies that are attached to the resource.

next_page_token

string

A page token that you can use in a ListPoliciesRequest to retrieve the next page. If this field is omitted, there are no additional pages.

Policy

Data for an IAM policy.

Fields
name

string

Immutable. The resource name of the Policy, which must be unique. Format: policies/{attachment_point}/denypolicies/{policy_id}

The attachment point is identified by its URL-encoded full resource name, which means that the forward-slash character, /, must be written as %2F. For example, policies/cloudresourcemanager.googleapis.com%2Fprojects%2Fmy-project/denypolicies/my-deny-policy.

For organizations and folders, use the numeric ID in the full resource name. For projects, requests can use the alphanumeric or the numeric ID. Responses always contain the numeric ID.

uid

string

Immutable. The globally unique ID of the Policy. Assigned automatically when the Policy is created.

kind

string

Output only. The kind of the Policy. Always contains the value DenyPolicy.

display_name

string

A user-specified description of the Policy. This value can be up to 63 characters.

annotations

map<string, string>

A key-value map to store arbitrary metadata for the Policy. Keys can be up to 63 characters. Values can be up to 255 characters.

etag

string

An opaque tag that identifies the current version of the Policy. IAM uses this value to help manage concurrent updates, so they do not cause one update to be overwritten by another.

If this field is present in a [CreatePolicy][] request, the value is ignored.

create_time

Timestamp

Output only. The time when the Policy was created.

update_time

Timestamp

Output only. The time when the Policy was last updated.

delete_time

Timestamp

Output only. The time when the Policy was deleted. Empty if the policy is not deleted.

rules[]

PolicyRule

A list of rules that specify the behavior of the Policy. All of the rules should be of the kind specified in the Policy.

PolicyOperationMetadata

Metadata for long-running Policy operations.

Fields
create_time

Timestamp

Timestamp when the google.longrunning.Operation was created.

PolicyRule

A single rule in a Policy.

Fields
description

string

A user-specified description of the rule. This value can be up to 256 characters.

deny_rule

DenyRule

A rule for a deny policy.

UpdatePolicyRequest

Request message for UpdatePolicy.

Fields
policy

Policy

Required. The policy to update.

To prevent conflicting updates, the etag value must match the value that is stored in IAM. If the etag values do not match, the request fails with a 409 error code and ABORTED status.