az_object: Azure Active Directory object

az_objectR Documentation

Azure Active Directory object

Description

Base class representing an Azure Active Directory object in Microsoft Graph.

Format

An R6 object of class az_object, inheriting from ms_object.

Fields

  • token: The token used to authenticate with the Graph host.

  • tenant: The Azure Active Directory tenant for this object.

  • type: The type of object: user, group, application or service principal.

  • properties: The object properties.

Methods

  • new(...): Initialize a new directory object. Do not call this directly; see 'Initialization' below.

  • delete(confirm=TRUE): Delete an object. By default, ask for confirmation first.

  • update(...): Update the object information in Azure Active Directory.

  • do_operation(...): Carry out an arbitrary operation on the object.

  • sync_fields(): Synchronise the R object with the data in Azure Active Directory.

  • list_group_memberships(security_only=FALSE, filter=NULL, n=Inf): Return the IDs of all groups this object is a member of. If security_only is TRUE, only security group IDs are returned.

  • list_object_memberships(security_only=FALSE, filter=NULL, n=Inf): Return the IDs of all groups, administrative units and directory roles this object is a member of.

Initialization

Objects of this class should not be created directly. Instead, create an object of the appropriate subclass: az_app, az_service_principal, az_user, az_group.

List methods

All list_* methods have filter and n arguments to limit the number of results. The former should be an OData expression as a string to filter the result set on. The latter should be a number setting the maximum number of (filtered) results to return. The default values are filter=NULL and n=Inf. If n=NULL, the ms_graph_pager iterator object is returned instead to allow manual iteration over the results.

Support in the underlying Graph API for OData queries is patchy. Not all endpoints that return lists of objects support filtering, and if they do, they may not allow all of the defined operators. If your filtering expression results in an error, you can carry out the operation without filtering and then filter the results on the client side.

See Also

ms_graph, az_app, az_service_principal, az_user, az_group

Microsoft Graph overview, REST API reference


AzureGraph documentation built on March 18, 2022, 8:04 p.m.