Member Disassociation - Amazon Macie

Member Disassociation

The Member Disassociation resource provides access to the master-member associations between your Amazon Macie master account and its member accounts. You can use this resource to disassociate a Macie member account from your Macie master account. If you do this, you have to specify the AWS account ID for the account to disassociate. To find this ID, you can use the Member List resource.

If you're a user of a Macie member account and you want to disassociate your account from its current master account, use the Master Disassociation resource instead of this resource.

URI

/members/disassociate/id

HTTP Methods

POST

Operation ID: DisassociateMember

Disassociates an Amazon Macie master account from a member account.

Path Parameters
Name Type Required Description
id String True

The unique identifier for the Amazon Macie resource or account that the request applies to.

Responses
Status Code Response Model Description
200 Empty Schema

The request succeeded.

400 ValidationException

The request failed because it contains a syntax error.

402 ServiceQuotaExceededException

The request failed because fulfilling the request would exceed one or more service quotas for your account.

403 AccessDeniedException

The request was denied because you don't have sufficient access to the specified resource.

404 ResourceNotFoundException

The request failed because the specified resource wasn't found.

409 ConflictException

The request failed because it conflicts with the current state of the specified resource.

429 ThrottlingException

The request failed because you sent too many requests during a certain amount of time.

500 InternalServerException

The request failed due to an unknown internal server error, exception, or failure.

Schemas

Response Bodies

Example Empty Schema

{ }

Example ValidationException

{ "message": "string" }

Example ServiceQuotaExceededException

{ "message": "string" }

Example AccessDeniedException

{ "message": "string" }

Example ResourceNotFoundException

{ "message": "string" }

Example ConflictException

{ "message": "string" }

Example ThrottlingException

{ "message": "string" }

Example InternalServerException

{ "message": "string" }

Properties

AccessDeniedException

Provides information about an error that occurred due to insufficient access to a specified resource.

Property Type Required Description
message

string

False

The explanation of the error that occurred.

ConflictException

Provides information about an error that occurred due to a versioning conflict for a specified resource.

Property Type Required Description
message

string

False

The explanation of the error that occurred.

Empty

The request succeeded and there isn't any content to include in the body of the response (No Content).

InternalServerException

Provides information about an error that occurred due to an unknown internal server error, exception, or failure.

Property Type Required Description
message

string

False

The explanation of the error that occurred.

ResourceNotFoundException

Provides information about an error that occurred because a specified resource wasn't found.

Property Type Required Description
message

string

False

The explanation of the error that occurred.

ServiceQuotaExceededException

Provides information about an error that occurred due to one or more service quotas for an account.

Property Type Required Description
message

string

False

The explanation of the error that occurred.

ThrottlingException

Provides information about an error that occurred because too many requests were sent during a certain amount of time.

Property Type Required Description
message

string

False

The explanation of the error that occurred.

ValidationException

Provides information about an error that occurred due to a syntax error in a request.

Property Type Required Description
message

string

False

The explanation of the error that occurred.

See Also

For more information about using this API in one of the language-specific AWS SDKs and references, see the following:

DisassociateMember