DocumentKeyValuesFilter - AWS Systems Manager

DocumentKeyValuesFilter

One or more filters. Use a filter to return a more specific list of documents.

For keys, you can specify one or more tags that have been applied to a document.

You can also use AWS-provided keys, some of which have specific allowed values. These keys and their associated values are as follows:

DocumentType
  • ApplicationConfiguration

  • ApplicationConfigurationSchema

  • Automation

  • ChangeCalendar

  • Command

  • DeploymentStrategy

  • Package

  • Policy

  • Session

Owner

Note that only one Owner can be specified in a request. For example: Key=Owner,Values=Self.

  • Amazon

  • Private

  • Public

  • Self

  • ThirdParty

PlatformTypes
  • Linux

  • Windows

Name is another AWS-provided key. If you use Name as a key, you can use a name prefix to return a list of documents. For example, in the AWS CLI, to return a list of all documents that begin with Te, run the following command:

aws ssm list-documents --filters Key=Name,Values=Te

You can also use the TargetType AWS-provided key. For a list of valid resource type values that can be used with this key, see AWS resource and property types reference in the AWS CloudFormation User Guide.

If you specify more than two keys, only documents that are identified by all the tags are returned in the results. If you specify more than two values for a key, documents that are identified by any of the values are returned in the results.

To specify a custom key and value pair, use the format Key=tag:tagName,Values=valueName.

For example, if you created a key called region and are using the AWS CLI to call the list-documents command:

aws ssm list-documents --filters Key=tag:region,Values=east,west Key=Owner,Values=Self

Contents

Key

The name of the filter key.

Type: String

Length Constraints: Minimum length of 1. Maximum length of 128.

Required: No

Values

The value for the filter key.

Type: Array of strings

Length Constraints: Minimum length of 1. Maximum length of 256.

Required: No

See Also

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