public static interface CfnTrail.DataResourceProperty
Data events provide information about the resource operations performed on or within a resource itself. These are also known as data plane operations. You can specify up to 250 data resources for a trail.
The total number of allowed data resources is 250. This number can be distributed between 1 and 5 event selectors, but the total cannot exceed 250 across all selectors.
If you are using advanced event selectors, the maximum total number of values for all conditions, across all advanced event selectors for the trail, is 500.
The following example demonstrates how logging works when you configure logging of all data events for an S3 bucket named
bucket-1 . In this example, the CloudTrail user specified an empty prefix, and the option to log both
Write data events.
PutObjectAPI operation is an Amazon S3 object-level API. It is recorded as a data event in CloudTrail. Because the CloudTrail user specified an S3 bucket with an empty prefix, events that occur on any object in that bucket are logged. The trail processes and logs the event.
PutObjectAPI operation occurred for an object in an S3 bucket that the CloudTrail user didn't specify for the trail. The trail doesn’t log the event.
The following example demonstrates how logging works when you configure logging of AWS Lambda data events for a Lambda function named MyLambdaFunction , but not for all Lambda functions.
InvokeAPI operation on MyLambdaFunction is an Lambda API. It is recorded as a data event in CloudTrail. Because the CloudTrail user specified logging data events for MyLambdaFunction , any invocations of that function are logged. The trail processes and logs the event.
InvokeAPI operation on MyOtherLambdaFunction is an Lambda API. Because the CloudTrail user did not specify logging data events for all Lambda functions, the
Invokeoperation for MyOtherLambdaFunction does not match the function specified for the trail. The trail doesn’t log the event.
// The code below shows an example of how to instantiate this type. // The values are placeholders you should change. import software.amazon.awscdk.services.cloudtrail.*; DataResourceProperty dataResourceProperty = DataResourceProperty.builder() .type("type") // the properties below are optional .values(List.of("values")) .build();
|Modifier and Type||Interface and Description|
A builder for
An implementation for
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
The resource type in which you want to log data events.
An array of Amazon Resource Name (ARN) strings or partial ARN strings for the specified objects.
You can specify the following basic event selector resource types:
The following resource types are also availble through advanced event selectors. Basic event selector resource types are valid in advanced event selectors, but advanced event selector resource types are not valid in basic event selectors. For more information, see AdvancedFieldSelector:Field .
default java.util.List<java.lang.String> getValues()
This also enables logging of data event activity performed by any user or role in your AWS account , even if that activity is performed on a bucket that belongs to another AWS account .
arn:aws:s3:::bucket-1/. The trail logs data events for all objects in this S3 bucket.
arn:aws:s3:::bucket-1/example-images. The trail logs data events for objects in this S3 bucket that match the prefix.
This also enables logging of
Invokeactivity performed by any user or role in your AWS account , even if that activity is performed on a function that belongs to another AWS account .
Lambda function ARNs are exact. For example, if you specify a function ARN arn:aws:lambda:us-west-2:111111111111:function:helloworld , data events will only be logged for arn:aws:lambda:us-west-2:111111111111:function:helloworld . They will not be logged for arn:aws:lambda:us-west-2:111111111111:function:helloworld2 .