oracle.oci.oci_data_catalog_catalog_private_endpoint_actions – Perform actions on a CatalogPrivateEndpoint resource in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Note

This plugin is part of the oracle.oci collection (version 4.11.0).

You might already have this collection installed if you are using the ansible package. It is not included in ansible-core. To check whether it is installed, run ansible-galaxy collection list.

To install it, use: ansible-galaxy collection install oracle.oci.

To use it in a playbook, specify: oracle.oci.oci_data_catalog_catalog_private_endpoint_actions.

New in version 2.9.0: of oracle.oci

Synopsis

  • Perform actions on a CatalogPrivateEndpoint resource in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

  • For action=change_compartment, moves a resource into a different compartment. When provided, ‘If-Match’ is checked against ‘ETag’ values of the resource.

Requirements

The below requirements are needed on the host that executes this module.

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Comments
action
string / required
    Choices:
  • change_compartment
The action to perform on the CatalogPrivateEndpoint.
api_user
string
The OCID of the user, on whose behalf, OCI APIs are invoked. If not set, then the value of the OCI_USER_ID environment variable, if any, is used. This option is required if the user is not specified through a configuration file (See config_file_location). To get the user's OCID, please refer https://docs.us-phoenix-1.oraclecloud.com/Content/API/Concepts/apisigningkey.htm.
api_user_fingerprint
string
Fingerprint for the key pair being used. If not set, then the value of the OCI_USER_FINGERPRINT environment variable, if any, is used. This option is required if the key fingerprint is not specified through a configuration file (See config_file_location). To get the key pair's fingerprint value please refer https://docs.us-phoenix-1.oraclecloud.com/Content/API/Concepts/apisigningkey.htm.
api_user_key_file
string
Full path and filename of the private key (in PEM format). If not set, then the value of the OCI_USER_KEY_FILE variable, if any, is used. This option is required if the private key is not specified through a configuration file (See config_file_location). If the key is encrypted with a pass-phrase, the api_user_key_pass_phrase option must also be provided.
api_user_key_pass_phrase
string
Passphrase used by the key referenced in api_user_key_file, if it is encrypted. If not set, then the value of the OCI_USER_KEY_PASS_PHRASE variable, if any, is used. This option is required if the key passphrase is not specified through a configuration file (See config_file_location).
auth_purpose
string
    Choices:
  • service_principal
The auth purpose which can be used in conjunction with 'auth_type=instance_principal'. The default auth_purpose for instance_principal is None.
auth_type
string
    Choices:
  • api_key ←
  • instance_principal
  • instance_obo_user
  • resource_principal
The type of authentication to use for making API requests. By default auth_type="api_key" based authentication is performed and the API key (see api_user_key_file) in your config file will be used. If this 'auth_type' module option is not specified, the value of the OCI_ANSIBLE_AUTH_TYPE, if any, is used. Use auth_type="instance_principal" to use instance principal based authentication when running ansible playbooks within an OCI compute instance.
catalog_private_endpoint_id
string / required
Unique private reverse connection identifier.

aliases: id
cert_bundle
string
The full path to a CA certificate bundle to be used for SSL verification. This will override the default CA certificate bundle. If not set, then the value of the OCI_ANSIBLE_CERT_BUNDLE variable, if any, is used.
compartment_id
string / required
The identifier of the compartment where the resource should be moved.
config_file_location
string
Path to configuration file. If not set then the value of the OCI_CONFIG_FILE environment variable, if any, is used. Otherwise, defaults to ~/.oci/config.
config_profile_name
string
The profile to load from the config file referenced by config_file_location. If not set, then the value of the OCI_CONFIG_PROFILE environment variable, if any, is used. Otherwise, defaults to the "DEFAULT" profile in config_file_location.
region
string
The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure region to use for all OCI API requests. If not set, then the value of the OCI_REGION variable, if any, is used. This option is required if the region is not specified through a configuration file (See config_file_location). Please refer to https://docs.us-phoenix-1.oraclecloud.com/Content/General/Concepts/regions.htm for more information on OCI regions.
tenancy
string
OCID of your tenancy. If not set, then the value of the OCI_TENANCY variable, if any, is used. This option is required if the tenancy OCID is not specified through a configuration file (See config_file_location). To get the tenancy OCID, please refer https://docs.us-phoenix-1.oraclecloud.com/Content/API/Concepts/apisigningkey.htm
wait
boolean
    Choices:
  • no
  • yes ←
Whether to wait for create or delete operation to complete.
wait_timeout
integer
Time, in seconds, to wait when wait=yes. Defaults to 1200 for most of the services but some services might have a longer wait timeout.

Examples

- name: Perform action change_compartment on catalog_private_endpoint
  oci_data_catalog_catalog_private_endpoint_actions:
    # required
    compartment_id: "ocid1.compartment.oc1..xxxxxxEXAMPLExxxxxx"
    catalog_private_endpoint_id: "ocid1.catalogprivateendpoint.oc1..xxxxxxEXAMPLExxxxxx"
    action: change_compartment

Return Values

Common return values are documented here, the following are the fields unique to this module:

Key Returned Description
catalog_private_endpoint
complex
on success
Details of the CatalogPrivateEndpoint resource acted upon by the current operation

Sample:
{'attached_catalogs': [], 'compartment_id': 'ocid1.compartment.oc1..xxxxxxEXAMPLExxxxxx', 'defined_tags': {'Operations': {'CostCenter': 'US'}}, 'display_name': 'display_name_example', 'dns_zones': [], 'freeform_tags': {'Department': 'Finance'}, 'id': 'ocid1.resource.oc1..xxxxxxEXAMPLExxxxxx', 'lifecycle_details': 'lifecycle_details_example', 'lifecycle_state': 'CREATING', 'subnet_id': 'ocid1.subnet.oc1..xxxxxxEXAMPLExxxxxx', 'time_created': '2013-10-20T19:20:30+01:00', 'time_updated': '2013-10-20T19:20:30+01:00'}
 
attached_catalogs
list / elements=string
on success
The list of catalogs using the private reverse connection endpoint

 
compartment_id
string
on success
Compartment Identifier.

Sample:
ocid1.compartment.oc1..xxxxxxEXAMPLExxxxxx
 
defined_tags
dictionary
on success
Usage of predefined tag keys. These predefined keys are scoped to namespaces. Example: `{"foo-namespace": {"bar-key": "value"}}`

Sample:
{'Operations': {'CostCenter': 'US'}}
 
display_name
string
on success
Private Reverse Connection Endpoint display name

Sample:
display_name_example
 
dns_zones
list / elements=string
on success
List of DNS zones to be used by the data assets to be harvested. Example: custpvtsubnet.oraclevcn.com for data asset: db.custpvtsubnet.oraclevcn.com

 
freeform_tags
dictionary
on success
Simple key-value pair that is applied without any predefined name, type, or scope. Exists for cross-compatibility only. Example: `{"bar-key": "value"}`

Sample:
{'Department': 'Finance'}
 
id
string
on success
Unique identifier that is immutable

Sample:
ocid1.resource.oc1..xxxxxxEXAMPLExxxxxx
 
lifecycle_details
string
on success
A message describing the current state in more detail. For example, can be used to provide actionable information for a resource in 'Failed' state.

Sample:
lifecycle_details_example
 
lifecycle_state
string
on success
The current state of the private endpoint resource.

Sample:
CREATING
 
subnet_id
string
on success
Subnet Identifier

Sample:
ocid1.subnet.oc1..xxxxxxEXAMPLExxxxxx
 
time_created
string
on success
The time the private endpoint was created. An RFC3339 formatted datetime string.

Sample:
2013-10-20T19:20:30+01:00
 
time_updated
string
on success
The time the private endpoint was updated. An RFC3339 formatted datetime string.

Sample:
2013-10-20T19:20:30+01:00


Authors

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