Learn how to use the Trust Framework to add an attribute that you can use in a dynamic authorization policy.
You need to know the payment amount to determine if it’s greater or less than $10,000 USD, so let’s add an attribute for the amount to the Trust Framework.
The Trust Framework provides an enterprise-wide view of your data and service ecosystem. It’s where your organization’s technical people capture definitions for digital assets, services, and users across all domains in your organization, including:
- Attributes used in policies
- Connections to APIs
- Information points used as data sources for attributes
When you use business-friendly names to define resources in the Trust Framework, policy authors can easily refer to these resources without worrying about how the information is retrieved and populated.
- In PingOne, go to .
If it is not already displayed, click the Attributes
You can see the built-in User attributes that come with PingOne Authorize. You're going to add a new attribute for the amount.
- Click the + icon and select Add new Attribute.
For the attribute Name, enter
If you selected another attribute before you added Amount, Amount is nested under the parent attribute. Nesting helps group related attributes together. To keep things simple, you won't nest the Amount attribute in this tutorial.
Verify that there is no Parent selected. If a parent
exists, click the Delete icon to remove it.
To get the payment amount, which is the value of the attribute, you'll add a resolver. Resolvers define where the initial data for an attribute comes from.
Click + Add Resolver.
Keep the default Resolver type of Request Parameter so that the value of your attribute comes from a parameter in the decision request. Later in the tutorial, you’ll use a field in the decision request body to provide a value for the request parameter. So far your attribute looks like this.
Next let's make sure that the value of the attribute is a number.
In Value Settings, for the Type,
Click Save Changes.
Your new attribute is displayed in the attribute list.
You used the Trust Framework to create a simple attribute that represents the payment amount. Now that you’ve added an attribute, you’re ready to use the attribute in a policy.