Creating Scope-Based Permissions
A scope-based permission defines a set of one or more scopes to protect using a set of one or more authorization policies. Unlike resource-based permissions, you can use this permission type to create permissions not only for a resource, but also for the scopes associated with it, providing more granularity when defining the permissions that govern your resources and the actions that can be performed on them.
To create a new scope-based permission, select Scope-based in the dropdown list in the upper right corner of the permission listing.
A human-readable and unique string describing the permission. A best practice is to use names that are closely related to your business and security requirements, so you can identify them more easily.
A string containing details about this permission.
Restricts the scopes to those associated with the selected resource. If none is selected, all scopes are available.
Defines a set of one or more scopes to protect.
Defines a set of one or more policies to associate with a permission. To associate a policy you can either select an existing policy or create a new one by selecting the type of the policy you want to create.
The Decision Strategy for this permission.