- HTTP request
- Path parameters
- Query parameters
- Request body
- Response body
- Authorization Scopes
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Maps a domain to an application. A user must be authorized to administer a domain in order to map it to an application. For a list of available authorized domains, see
The URL uses Google API HTTP annotation syntax.
Name of the parent Application resource. Example:
Authorization requires the following Google IAM permission on the specified resource
Whether the domain creation should override any existing mappings for this domain. By default, overrides are rejected.
The request body contains an instance of
If successful, the response body contains a newly created instance of
Requires the following OAuth scope:
For more information, see the Authentication Overview.
Override strategy for mutating an existing mapping.
||Strategy unspecified. Defaults to
||Overrides not allowed. If a mapping already exists for the specified domain, the request will return an ALREADY_EXISTS (409).|
||Overrides allowed. If a mapping already exists for the specified domain, the request will overwrite it. Note that this might stop another Google product from serving. For example, if the domain is mapped to another App Engine application, that app will no longer serve from that domain.|