AWS SDK Version 2 for .NET
API Reference

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.NET Framework 3.5
Represents a resource involved in an AWS access control policy statement. Resources are the service specific AWS entities owned by your account. Amazon SQS queues, Amazon S3 buckets and objects, and Amazon SNS topics are all examples of AWS resources.

The standard way of specifying an AWS resource is with an Amazon Resource Name (ARN).

The resource is C in the statement "A has permission to do B to C where D applies."

Inheritance Hierarchy


Namespace: Amazon.Auth.AccessControlPolicy
Assembly: AWSSDK.dll
Version: (assembly version)


public class Resource : Object

The Resource type exposes the following members


Public Method Resource(string) Constructs a new AWS access control policy resource. Resources are typically specified as Amazon Resource Names (ARNs).

You specify the resource using the following Amazon Resource Name (ARN) format: arn:aws:<vendor>:<region>:<namespace>:<relative-id> >vendor identifies the AWS product (e.g., sns)region is the AWS Region the resource resides in (e.g., us-east-1), if anynamespace is the AWS account ID with no hyphens (e.g., 123456789012)relative-id is the service specific portion that identifies the specific resource

For example, an Amazon SQS queue might be addressed with the following ARN: arn:aws:sqs:us-east-1:987654321000:MyQueue

Some resources may not use every field in an ARN. For example, resources in Amazon S3 are global, so they omit the region field: arn:aws:s3:::bucket/*


Public Property Id System.String Gets the resource ID, typically an Amazon Resource Name (ARN), identifying this resource.

Version Information

.NET Framework:
Supported in: 4.5, 4.0, 3.5