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"""Client for interacting with the Google Cloud Firestore API.

This is the base from which all interactions with the API occur.

In the hierarchy of API concepts

* a :class:`` owns a
* a :class:`` owns a

from google.api_core import gapic_v1  # type: ignore
from google.api_core import retry as retries  # type: ignore

from import (

from import CollectionGroup
from import WriteBatch
from import CollectionReference
from import DocumentReference
from import Transaction
from import client as firestore_client
from import (
    grpc as firestore_grpc_transport,
from typing import Any, Generator, Iterable, Tuple

# Types needed only for Type Hints
from import DocumentSnapshot

[docs]class Client(BaseClient): """Client for interacting with Google Cloud Firestore API. .. note:: Since the Cloud Firestore API requires the gRPC transport, no ``_http`` argument is accepted by this class. Args: project (Optional[str]): The project which the client acts on behalf of. If not passed, falls back to the default inferred from the environment. credentials (Optional[~google.auth.credentials.Credentials]): The OAuth2 Credentials to use for this client. If not passed, falls back to the default inferred from the environment. database (Optional[str]): The database name that the client targets. For now, :attr:`DEFAULT_DATABASE` (the default value) is the only valid database. client_info (Optional[google.api_core.gapic_v1.client_info.ClientInfo]): The client info used to send a user-agent string along with API requests. If ``None``, then default info will be used. Generally, you only need to set this if you're developing your own library or partner tool. client_options (Union[dict, google.api_core.client_options.ClientOptions]): Client options used to set user options on the client. API Endpoint should be set through client_options. """ def __init__( self, project=None, credentials=None, database=DEFAULT_DATABASE, client_info=_CLIENT_INFO, client_options=None, ) -> None: super(Client, self).__init__( project=project, credentials=credentials, database=database, client_info=client_info, client_options=client_options, ) @property def _firestore_api(self): """Lazy-loading getter GAPIC Firestore API. Returns: :class:``.firestore_client.FirestoreClient: The GAPIC client with the credentials of the current client. """ return self._firestore_api_helper( firestore_grpc_transport.FirestoreGrpcTransport, firestore_client.FirestoreClient, firestore_client, ) @property def _target(self): """Return the target (where the API is). Eg. "" Returns: str: The location of the API. """ return self._target_helper(firestore_client.FirestoreClient)
[docs] def collection(self, *collection_path: Tuple[str]) -> CollectionReference: """Get a reference to a collection. For a top-level collection: .. code-block:: python >>> client.collection('top') For a sub-collection: .. code-block:: python >>> client.collection('mydocs/doc/subcol') >>> # is the same as >>> client.collection('mydocs', 'doc', 'subcol') Sub-collections can be nested deeper in a similar fashion. Args: collection_path (Tuple[str, ...]): Can either be * A single ``/``-delimited path to a collection * A tuple of collection path segments Returns: :class:``: A reference to a collection in the Firestore database. """ return CollectionReference(*_path_helper(collection_path), client=self)
[docs] def collection_group(self, collection_id: str) -> CollectionGroup: """ Creates and returns a new Query that includes all documents in the database that are contained in a collection or subcollection with the given collection_id. .. code-block:: python >>> query = client.collection_group('mygroup') Args: collection_id (str) Identifies the collections to query over. Every collection or subcollection with this ID as the last segment of its path will be included. Cannot contain a slash. Returns: :class:``: The created Query. """ return CollectionGroup(self._get_collection_reference(collection_id))
[docs] def document(self, *document_path: Tuple[str]) -> DocumentReference: """Get a reference to a document in a collection. For a top-level document: .. code-block:: python >>> client.document('collek/shun') >>> # is the same as >>> client.document('collek', 'shun') For a document in a sub-collection: .. code-block:: python >>> client.document('mydocs/doc/subcol/child') >>> # is the same as >>> client.document('mydocs', 'doc', 'subcol', 'child') Documents in sub-collections can be nested deeper in a similar fashion. Args: document_path (Tuple[str, ...]): Can either be * A single ``/``-delimited path to a document * A tuple of document path segments Returns: :class:``: A reference to a document in a collection. """ return DocumentReference( *self._document_path_helper(*document_path), client=self )
[docs] def get_all( self, references: list, field_paths: Iterable[str] = None, transaction: Transaction = None, retry: retries.Retry = gapic_v1.method.DEFAULT, timeout: float = None, ) -> Generator[DocumentSnapshot, Any, None]: """Retrieve a batch of documents. .. note:: Documents returned by this method are not guaranteed to be returned in the same order that they are given in ``references``. .. note:: If multiple ``references`` refer to the same document, the server will only return one result. See :meth:`` for more information on **field paths**. If a ``transaction`` is used and it already has write operations added, this method cannot be used (i.e. read-after-write is not allowed). Args: references (List[.DocumentReference, ...]): Iterable of document references to be retrieved. field_paths (Optional[Iterable[str, ...]]): An iterable of field paths (``.``-delimited list of field names) to use as a projection of document fields in the returned results. If no value is provided, all fields will be returned. transaction (Optional[:class:``]): An existing transaction that these ``references`` will be retrieved in. retry (google.api_core.retry.Retry): Designation of what errors, if any, should be retried. Defaults to a system-specified policy. timeout (float): The timeout for this request. Defaults to a system-specified value. Yields: .DocumentSnapshot: The next document snapshot that fulfills the query, or :data:`None` if the document does not exist. """ request, reference_map, kwargs = self._prep_get_all( references, field_paths, transaction, retry, timeout ) response_iterator = self._firestore_api.batch_get_documents( request=request, metadata=self._rpc_metadata, **kwargs, ) for get_doc_response in response_iterator: yield _parse_batch_get(get_doc_response, reference_map, self)
[docs] def collections( self, retry: retries.Retry = gapic_v1.method.DEFAULT, timeout: float = None, ) -> Generator[Any, Any, None]: """List top-level collections of the client's database. Args: retry (google.api_core.retry.Retry): Designation of what errors, if any, should be retried. Defaults to a system-specified policy. timeout (float): The timeout for this request. Defaults to a system-specified value. Returns: Sequence[:class:``]: iterator of subcollections of the current document. """ request, kwargs = self._prep_collections(retry, timeout) iterator = self._firestore_api.list_collection_ids( request=request, metadata=self._rpc_metadata, **kwargs, ) for collection_id in iterator: yield self.collection(collection_id)
[docs] def batch(self) -> WriteBatch: """Get a batch instance from this client. Returns: :class:``: A "write" batch to be used for accumulating document changes and sending the changes all at once. """ return WriteBatch(self)
[docs] def transaction(self, **kwargs) -> Transaction: """Get a transaction that uses this client. See :class:`` for more information on transactions and the constructor arguments. Args: kwargs (Dict[str, Any]): The keyword arguments (other than ``client``) to pass along to the :class:`` constructor. Returns: :class:``: A transaction attached to this client. """ return Transaction(self, **kwargs)