Class Options (3.12.0)

Options(mapping=None, *, ignore_unknown_fields=False, **kwargs)

Contains request options.

Attributes

NameDescription
expand_groups bool
Optional. If true, the identities section of the result will expand any Google groups appearing in an IAM policy binding. If [identity_selector][] is specified, the identity in the result will be determined by the selector, and this flag will have no effect. Default is false.
expand_roles bool
Optional. If true, the access section of result will expand any roles appearing in IAM policy bindings to include their permissions. If [access_selector][] is specified, the access section of the result will be determined by the selector, and this flag will have no effect. Default is false.
expand_resources bool
Optional. If true, the resource section of the result will expand any resource attached to an IAM policy to include resources lower in the resource hierarchy. For example, if the request analyzes for which resources user A has permission P, and the results include an IAM policy with P on a GCP folder, the results will also include resources in that folder with permission P. If [resource_selector][] is specified, the resource section of the result will be determined by the selector, and this flag will have no effect. Default is false.
output_resource_edges bool
Optional. If true, the result will output resource edges, starting from the policy attached resource, to any expanded resources. Default is false.
output_group_edges bool
Optional. If true, the result will output group identity edges, starting from the binding's group members, to any expanded identities. Default is false.
analyze_service_account_impersonation bool
Optional. If true, the response will include access analysis from identities to resources via service account impersonation. This is a very expensive operation, because many derived queries will be executed. For example, if the request analyzes for which resources user A has permission P, and there's an IAM policy states user A has iam.serviceAccounts.getAccessToken permission to a service account SA, and there's another IAM policy states service account SA has permission P to a GCP folder F, then user A potentially has access to the GCP folder F. And those advanced analysis results will be included in AnalyzeIamPolicyResponse.service_account_impersonation_analysis. Another example, if the request analyzes for who has permission P to a GCP folder F, and there's an IAM policy states user A has iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission to a service account SA, and there's another IAM policy states service account SA has permission P to the GCP folder F, then user A potentially has access to the GCP folder F. And those advanced analysis results will be included in AnalyzeIamPolicyResponse.service_account_impersonation_analysis. Default is false.

Inheritance

builtins.object > proto.message.Message > Options