IAM condition context keys supported by Amazon Neptune - Amazon Neptune
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IAM condition context keys supported by Amazon Neptune

You can specify conditions in IAM policies that control access to Neptune management actions and resources. The policy statement then takes effect only when the conditions are true.

For example, you might want a policy statement to take effect only after a specific date, or allow access only when a specific value is present in the API request.

To express conditions, you use predefined condition keys in the Condition element of a policy statement, together with IAM condition policy operators such as equals or less than.

If you specify multiple Condition elements in a statement, or multiple keys in a single Condition element, Amazon evaluates them using a logical AND operation. If you specify multiple values for a single condition key, Amazon evaluates the condition using a logical OR operation. All of the conditions must be met before the statement's permissions are granted.

You can also use placeholder variables when you specify conditions. For example, you can grant an IAM user permission to access a resource only if it is tagged with their IAM user name. For more information, see IAM Policy Elements: Variables and Tags in the IAM User Guide.

The data type of a condition key determines which condition operators you can use to compare values in the request with the values in the policy statement. If you use a condition operator that is not compatible with that data type, the match always fails and the policy statement never applies.

IAM condition keys for Neptune administrative policy statements
IAM condition keys for Neptune data-access policy statements