A base abstract class for CloudFunctions requests.
The CloudFunctions Service.
Available OAuth 2.0 scopes for use with the Cloud Functions API.
Available OAuth 2.0 scope constants for use with the Cloud Functions API.
The "operations" collection of methods.
Gets the latest state of a long-running operation. Clients can use this method to poll the operation result at intervals as recommended by the API service.
Lists operations that match the specified filter in the request. If the server doesn't support this method,
The "projects" collection of methods.
The "locations" collection of methods.
The "functions" collection of methods.
Synchronously invokes a deployed Cloud Function. To be used for testing purposes as very limited traffic is allowed. For more information on the actual limits, refer to Rate Limits.
Creates a new function. If a function with the given name already exists in the specified project,
the long running operation will return
Deletes a function with the given name from the specified project. If the given function is used by some trigger, the trigger will be updated to remove this function.
Returns a signed URL for downloading deployed function source code. The URL is only valid for a limited period and should be used within minutes after generation. For more information about the signed URL usage see: https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/access-control/signed-urls
Returns a signed URL for uploading a function source code. For more information about the signed URL
usage see: https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/access-control/signed-urls. Once the function
source code upload is complete, the used signed URL should be provided in CreateFunction or
UpdateFunction request as a reference to the function source code. When uploading source code to the
generated signed URL, please follow these restrictions: * Source file type should be a zip file. *
Source file size should not exceed 100MB limit. * No credentials should be attached - the signed
URLs provide access to the target bucket using internal service identity; if credentials were
attached, the identity from the credentials would be used, but that identity does not have
permissions to upload files to the URL. When making a HTTP PUT request, these two headers need to be
content-type: application/zip *
x-goog-content-length-range: 0,104857600 And this
header SHOULD NOT be specified: *
Authorization: Bearer YOUR_TOKEN
Gets the IAM access control policy for a function. Returns an empty policy if the function exists and does not have a policy set.
Returns a function with the given name from the requested project.
Returns a list of functions that belong to the requested project.
Updates existing function.
Sets the IAM access control policy on the specified function. Replaces any existing policy.
Tests the specified permissions against the IAM access control policy for a function. If the function does not exist, this will return an empty set of permissions, not a NOT_FOUND error.
Lists information about the supported locations for this service.
Data format for response.
V1 error format.