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Create IAM Policies in bundle using python

L0 Member

Hello,

 

I'm trying to create a bunch of IAM policies using Prisma's API,

 

I can create config policies with no issues however when I try to create IAM policies, following Palo Alto's API documentation, I always get 400 error,

 

So probably my payload is bad done, but I find no errors in this code:

def makePolicy(session😞
    url="https://{}.prismacloud.io/policy".format(region)
   
    payload={
        "cloudType": "azure",
        "name": "iam test policy for azure using API",
        "policyType": "IAM",
        "rule": {
            "criteria": "XXXXXXXX-XXXXXX-XXXXXXX",
            "name": "use this rql for testing",
            "parameters": {
                "savedSearch": "true"
            },
            "type": "IAM"
        },
        "severity": "low"
    }
   
    payload=json.dumps(payload)
    headers={
        'Content-Type': 'application/json; charset=UTF-8',
        "Accept": "application/json; charset=UTF-8",
        "x-redlock-auth": session
    }

    response=requests.request('POST',url,headers=headers,data=payload)
    print(response)
    print(response.content)
    return response
 
makePolicy(session())

 

Take in mind I changed the criteria value,

 

I tried with different rql ids, and changing the payload multiple times, but I can't stop receiving 400 error, thing that doesn't happen with config policies,

 

I appreciate any help,

1 REPLY 1

L3 Networker

Hello,

Based on the code snipped you provided you have the basic requirements to this to work using the API.  Please open a support case to have this looked at by out support team.

https://pan.dev/prisma-cloud/api/cspm/add-policy/
{
"cloudType": "aws",
"name": "Config test policy",
"policyType": "config",
"rule": {
"criteria": "e1234567-2798-4d1d-a1b0-52d60d49730b",
"name": "test rule",
"parameters": {
"savedSearch": "true"
},
"type": "Config"
},
"severity": "low"
}

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