extension ExtPose

AWS Extend Switch Roles for Edge

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Extend your AWS IAM switching roles. You can set the configuration like aws config format

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Description from store Switch role history does not remain only five maximum on the AWS Management Console. This extension gives you show all of switch roles from a browse menu by loading your aws configuration. ## Configuration ### Simple Configuration The simplest configuration is for multiple **target roles** when you always intend to show the whole list. **Target roles** can be expressed with a `role_arn` or with both `aws_account_id` and `role_name`. #### Optional parameters * `color` - The RGB hex value (without the prefix '#') for the color of the header bottom border and around the current profile. * `region` - Changing the region whenever switching the role if this parameter is specified. * `image` - The uri of an image to use on top of any color attribute supplied. The color and image are not mutually exclusive. ``` [profile marketingadmin] role_arn = arn:aws:iam::123456789012:role/marketingadmin color = ffaaee [anotheraccount] aws_account_id = 987654321987 role_name = anotherrole region=ap-northeast-1 [athirdaccount] aws_account_id = 987654321988 role_name = athirdrole image = "https://via.placeholder.com/150"; ``` ### Complex Configuration More complex configurations involve multiple AWS accounts and/or organizations. - A profile that has only `aws_account_id` (without a `role_name`) is defined as **base account**. - **If your account is aliased, the alias will be shown in the role dropdown after 'Account:'. You MUST use that alias as the aws_account_id for the base account instead of the numerical account id or your configuration won't work as expected.** - A **target role** is associated with a **base account** by the **target role** specifying a `source_profile`. - As above, **target roles** can be expressed with a `role_arn` or with both `aws_account_id` and `role_name` and can optionally pass the optional parameters. - If `target_role_name` is set in **base account**, the value is provided as the default role name for each **target roles**. ``` [organization1] aws_account_id = your-account-alias [Org1-Account1-Role1] role_arn = arn:aws:iam::123456789012:role/Role1 source_profile = organization1 [Org1-Account1-Role2] aws_account_id = 123456789012 role_name = Role2 source_profile = organization1 [Org1-Account2-Role1] aws_account_id = 210987654321 role_name = Role1 source_profile = organization1 [baseaccount2] aws_account_id = 000000000000 [Base2-Role1] role_arn = arn:aws:iam::234567890123:role/Role1 source_profile = baseaccount2 [AnotherRole] role_name = SomeOtherRole aws_account_id = account-3-alias ; ; target_role_name example ; [Org2-BaseAccount] aws_account_id = 222200000000 target_role_name = Developer [Org2-Account1-Developer] aws_account_id = 222200001111 source_profile = Org2-BaseAccount [Org2-Account2-Manager] aws_account_id = 222200002222 role_name = Manager ; overrides target role name source_profile = Org2-BaseAccount ``` If you sign-in a base account, target roles of the other base accounts are excluded. For more information, please visit the homepage.

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2024-04-07 / 5.0.0
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