- class aws_cdk.aws_iam.IPrincipal(*args, **kwds)
Represents a logical IAM principal.
An IPrincipal describes a logical entity that can perform AWS API calls against sets of resources, optionally under certain conditions.
Examples of simple principals are IAM objects that you create, such as Users or Roles.
An example of a more complex principals is a
new ServicePrincipal("sns.amazonaws.com"), which represents the Simple Notifications Service).
A single logical Principal may also map to a set of physical principals. For example,
new OrganizationPrincipal('o-1234')represents all identities that are part of the given AWS Organization.
(deprecated) Add to the policy of this principal.
- Return type:
true if the statement was added, false if the principal in question does not have a policy document to add the statement to.
Add to the policy of this principal.
When this Principal is used in an AssumeRole policy, the action to use.
The principal to grant permissions to.
Return the policy fragment that identifies this principal in a Policy.
The AWS account ID of this principal.
Can be undefined when the account is not known (for example, for service principals). Can be a Token - in that case, it’s assumed to be AWS::AccountId.