unifiedRoleAssignment resource type

Namespace: microsoft.graph

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Represents a role definition assigned to a principal at a particular scope. Supported principals are users, role-assignable groups, and service principals.

Methods

Method Return Type Description
List unifiedRoleAssignment unifiedRoleAssignment Read a list of unifiedRoleAssignment objects and their properties.
List transitiveRoleAssignments unifiedRoleAssignment collection Get direct and transitive unifiedRoleAssignments assigned to a specific principal. Specifying principalId is required.
Get unifiedRoleAssignment unifiedRoleAssignment Read properties and relationships of unifiedRoleAssignment object.
Create unifiedRoleAssignment unifiedRoleAssignment Create a new unifiedRoleAssignment by posting to the roleAssignment collection.
Delete unifiedRoleAssignment None Delete unifiedRoleAssignment object.

Properties

Property Type Description
appScopeId String Identifier of the app specific scope when the assignment scope is app specific. The scope of an assignment determines the set of resources for which the principal has been granted access. App scopes are scopes that are defined and understood by a resource application only. For the entitlement management provider, use this property to specify a catalog. For example, /AccessPackageCatalog/beedadfe-01d5-4025-910b-84abb9369997. Supports $filter (eq, in). For example /roleManagement/entitlementManagement/roleAssignments?$filter=appScopeId eq '/AccessPackageCatalog/{catalog id}'.
directoryScopeId String Identifier of the directory object representing the scope of the assignment. The scope of an assignment determines the set of resources for which the principal has been granted access. Directory scopes are shared scopes stored in the directory that are understood by multiple applications, unlike app scopes that are defined and understood by a resource application only. Supports $filter (eq, in).
id String The unique identifier for the unifiedRoleAssignment. Key, not nullable, Read-only.
principalId String Identifier of the principal to which the assignment is granted. Supported principals are users, role-assignable groups, and service principals. Supports $filter (eq, in).
principalOrganizationId String Identifier of the home tenant for the principal to which the assignment is granted.
roleDefinitionId String Identifier of the unifiedRoleDefinition the assignment is for. Read-only. Supports $filter (eq, in).
resourceScope String The scope at which the unifiedRoleAssignment applies. This is / for service-wide. DO NOT USE. This property will be deprecated soon.

Relationships

Relationship Type Description
appScope appScope Details of the app specific scope when the assignment scope is app specific. Containment entity. Supports $expand for the entitlement provider only.
directoryScope directoryObject The directory object that is the scope of the assignment. Provided so that callers can get the directory object using $expand at the same time as getting the role assignment. Read-only. Supports $expand.
principal directoryObject The assigned principal. Provided so that callers can get the principal using $expand at the same time as getting the role assignment. Read-only. Supports $expand.
roleDefinition unifiedRoleDefinition The roleDefinition the assignment is for. Provided so that callers can get the role definition using $expand at the same time as getting the role assignment. roleDefinition.id will be auto expanded. Supports $expand.

JSON representation

The following JSON representation shows the resource type.

{
  "id": "String (identifier)",
  "roleDefinitionId": "String",
  "principalId": "String",
  "directoryScopeId": "String",
  "appScopeId": "String",
  "resourceScope": "String"
}