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little-photographer-14867

03/16/2022, 12:06 AM
Hi folks 👋 , I'm new to pulumi and trying to create a GCP artifact registry with an IAMBinding. Something like:
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read_sa = serviceaccount.Account(
    "read-sa",
    account_id="read-sa",
    display_name="Read Service Account"
)
py_repo = artifactregistry.Repository(
    "pypi-repo",
    location="us-west1",
    repository_id="pypi-repo",
    description="python pacakges.",
    format="PYTHON",
)
read_binding = artifactregistry.RepositoryIamBinding(
    "read-binding",
    project=py_repo.project,
    location=py_repo.location,
    repository=py_repo.name,
    role="roles/artifactregistry.reader",
    members=[
        f"serviceAccount:{read_sa.email}",
    ],
)
But I am getting errors:
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gcp:artifactregistry:RepositoryIamBinding (read-binding):
    error: 1 error occurred:
        * Error applying IAM policy for artifactregistry repository "projects/test-project/locations/us-west1/repositories/pypi-repo": Error setting IAM policy for artifactregistry repository "projects/test-project/locations/us-west1/repositories/pypi-repo": googleapi: Error 400: Invalid service account (<pulumi.output.Output object at 0x7f7f53ff7f10>).
Am I defining the
members
arg properly, or correct in using the service account email in an f-string? Mostly following this ts example.
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prehistoric-activity-61023

03/16/2022, 8:07 AM
yeah, members are not constructed properly
If
read_sa.email
was a normal
str
that would work (f-string interpolation) but it’s actually
pulumi.Output[str]
. Try to see the details while trying to apply these changes, you should see “maltformed”
members
array.
In order to manipulate
Output
types, you have to either use `apply`:
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members = [
  read_sa.email.apply(lambda email: f"serviceAccount:{email}"),
]
or `concat`:
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members = [
  pulumi.Output.concat("serviceAccount:", read_sa.email),
]
Why? Reason is quite simple. This value is lazy evaluated and comes from a resource previously created so you have to have some kind of synchronization within the code. If you use the value directly (like you did with
py_repo.name
), there’s no need for additional “magic” - pulumi handles that automatically. However, it will break, if you do some string concatenation (using f-string or even plus sign).
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little-photographer-14867

03/16/2022, 2:58 PM
that makes sense! Thanks @prehistoric-activity-61023!
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