The "billingAccounts" collection of methods.
This method creates billing subaccounts.
Google Cloud resellers should use the Channel Services APIs,
When creating a subaccount, the current authenticated user must have the
permission on the parent account, which is typically given to billing account
administrators. This method will return an
error if the parent account has not been provisioned as a reseller account.
Gets the access control policy for a billing account. The caller must have the
billing.accounts.getIamPolicy permission on the account, which is often given to billing account
Gets information about a billing account. The current authenticated user must be a viewer of the billing account.
Lists the billing accounts that the current authenticated user has permission to view.
Updates a billing account's fields. Currently the only field that can be edited is
current authenticated user must have the
billing.accounts.update IAM permission, which is typically given
to the administrator of the billing account.
The "projects" collection of methods.
Lists the projects associated with a billing account. The current authenticated user must have the
billing.resourceAssociations.list IAM permission, which is often given to billing account
Sets the access control policy for a billing account. Replaces any existing policy. The caller must have the
billing.accounts.setIamPolicy permission on the account, which is often given to billing account
Tests the access control policy for a billing account. This method takes the resource and a set of permissions as input and returns the subset of the input permissions that the caller is allowed for that resource.
A base abstract class for Cloudbilling requests.
The Cloudbilling Service.
Available OAuth 2.0 scopes for use with the Cloud Billing API.
Available OAuth 2.0 scope constants for use with the Cloud Billing API.
The "projects" collection of methods.
Gets the billing information for a project. The current authenticated user must have permission to view the project.
Sets or updates the billing account associated with a project. You specify the new billing account by
billing_account_name in the
ProjectBillingInfo resource to the resource name of a billing
account. Associating a project with an open billing account enables billing on the project and allows
charges for resource usage. If the project already had a billing account, this method changes the billing
account used for resource usage charges. Note: Incurred charges that have not yet been reported in the
transaction history of the Google Cloud Console might be billed to the new billing account, even if the
charge occurred before the new billing account was assigned to the project. The current authenticated user
must have ownership privileges for both the
project and the billing
account. You can disable billing on the
project by setting the
billing_account_name field to empty. This action disassociates the current billing
account from the project. Any billable activity of your in-use services will stop, and your application
could stop functioning as expected. Any unbilled charges to date will be billed to the previously associated
account. The current authenticated user must be either an owner of the project or an owner of the billing
account for the project. Note that associating a project with a closed billing account will have much the
same effect as disabling billing on the project: any paid resources used by the project will be shut down.
Thus, unless you wish to disable billing, you should always call this method with the name of an open
The "services" collection of methods.
Lists all public cloud services.
The "skus" collection of methods.
Lists all publicly available SKUs for a given cloud service.
Data format for response.
V1 error format.