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def __init__(self, **kwargs):
        super(PolicyState, self).__init__(**kwargs)
        self.additional_properties = kwargs.get('additional_properties', None)
        self.odataid = kwargs.get('odataid', None)
        self.odatacontext = kwargs.get('odatacontext', None)
        self.timestamp = kwargs.get('timestamp', None)
        self.resource_id = kwargs.get('resource_id', None)
        self.policy_assignment_id = kwargs.get('policy_assignment_id', None)
        self.policy_definition_id = kwargs.get('policy_definition_id', None)
        self.effective_parameters = kwargs.get('effective_parameters', None)
        self.is_compliant = kwargs.get('is_compliant', None)
        self.subscription_id = kwargs.get('subscription_id', None)
        self.resource_type = kwargs.get('resource_type', None)
        self.resource_location = kwargs.get('resource_location', None)
        self.resource_group = kwargs.get('resource_group', None)
        self.resource_tags = kwargs.get('resource_tags', None)
        self.policy_assignment_name = kwargs.get('policy_assignment_name', None)
        self.policy_assignment_owner = kwargs.get('policy_assignment_owner', None)


Microsoft Azure Policy Insights Client Library for Python

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