You can call this operation to bind tags to one or more ApsaraDB for MongoDB instances.

You can create multiple tags and bind them to a large number of instances to classify and filter instances by tag.

  • A tag is a key-value pair. Keys in one account and region are different from each other. Different keys can be followed by the same value.
  • If the tag you entered does not exist, this tag is automatically created and bound to the target instance.
  • If a tag that has the same key is already bound to the instance, the new tag will overwrite the existing tag.
  • You can bind up to 20 tags to an instance.
  • You can bind tags to up to 50 instances when you perform the operation.


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Request parameters

Parameter Type Required Example Description
Action String No TagResources

The operation that you want to perform. Set the value to TagResources.

RegionId String Yes cn-hangzhou

The region ID of the instance. You can call the DescribeDBInstanceAttribute operation to query the region ID of the instance.

ResourceId.N RepeatList Yes dds-bpxxxxxxxx

The ID of the instance.


The ID of the SLB instance specified by the rule. For example,

  • ResourceId.1 the ID of the first instance.
  • ResourceId.2 the ID of the second instance.
ResourceType String Yes INSTANCE

The type of the resource. Set the value to INSTANCE.

Tag.N.Key String No Development team

The key of the tag.


N indicates the sequence of the key for a tag. For example,

  • Tag.1.Key specifies the key of the first tag.
  • Tag.2.Key the key of the second tag.
Tag.N.Value String No Environment 4.0

The value of the tag.


N indicates the sequence of the tag. For example,

  • Tag.1.Value the value of the first input tag.
  • Tag.2.Value the value of the second tag is passed in.

Response parameters

Parameter Type Example Description
RequestId String 0FDDC511-7252-4A4A-ADDA-5CB1BF63873D

The ID of the request.


Sample requests

http(s):// Action=TagResources
&Tag.1.Key=Development team
&Tag1.Value=Environment 4.0
&Tag.2.Key=Service Group
&Tag2.Value=Log service
&<Common request parameters>

Sample success responses

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Error codes

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