Policy Documents Language
Policy documents are written in JSON. The following table presents the different characters used in policy documents, that are part of JSON basic rules:
To separate individual entities.
To enclose values (optional for numeric and boolean values).
To enclose JSON blocks containing key-value elements.
To specify a JSON array as an element value. Arrays let you specify one or more values for a same element (if the element supports it).
To separate values in a JSON array or to separate JSON blocks.
Policy General Grammar
Permissions are declared in policy documents, that contain one or more individual statements defining the permissions in terms of actions and resources. To define permissions contained in a policy, you must set the policy-document attribute as in the following format:
EIM policies are case sensitive. All elements must start with an upper-case letter.
For more information about the different policy document elements, see EIM Policy Elements.