Package google.cloud.bigquery.storage.v1beta2

Index

BigQueryRead

BigQuery Read API.

The Read API can be used to read data from BigQuery.

New code should use the v1 Read API going forward, if they don't use Write API at the same time.

CreateReadSession

rpc CreateReadSession(CreateReadSessionRequest) returns (ReadSession)

Creates a new read session. A read session divides the contents of a BigQuery table into one or more streams, which can then be used to read data from the table. The read session also specifies properties of the data to be read, such as a list of columns or a push-down filter describing the rows to be returned.

A particular row can be read by at most one stream. When the caller has reached the end of each stream in the session, then all the data in the table has been read.

Data is assigned to each stream such that roughly the same number of rows can be read from each stream. Because the server-side unit for assigning data is collections of rows, the API does not guarantee that each stream will return the same number or rows. Additionally, the limits are enforced based on the number of pre-filtered rows, so some filters can lead to lopsided assignments.

Read sessions automatically expire 24 hours after they are created and do not require manual clean-up by the caller.

ReadRows

rpc ReadRows(ReadRowsRequest) returns (ReadRowsResponse)

Reads rows from the stream in the format prescribed by the ReadSession. Each response contains one or more table rows, up to a maximum of 100 MiB per response; read requests which attempt to read individual rows larger than 100 MiB will fail.

Each request also returns a set of stream statistics reflecting the current state of the stream.

SplitReadStream

rpc SplitReadStream(SplitReadStreamRequest) returns (SplitReadStreamResponse)

Splits a given ReadStream into two ReadStream objects. These ReadStream objects are referred to as the primary and the residual streams of the split. The original ReadStream can still be read from in the same manner as before. Both of the returned ReadStream objects can also be read from, and the rows returned by both child streams will be the same as the rows read from the original stream.

Moreover, the two child streams will be allocated back-to-back in the original ReadStream. Concretely, it is guaranteed that for streams original, primary, and residual, that original[0-j] = primary[0-j] and original[j-n] = residual[0-m] once the streams have been read to completion.

BigQueryWrite

BigQuery Write API.

The Write API can be used to write data to BigQuery.

AppendRows

rpc AppendRows(AppendRowsRequest) returns (AppendRowsResponse)

Appends data to the given stream.

If offset is specified, the offset is checked against the end of stream. The server returns OUT_OF_RANGE in AppendRowsResponse if an attempt is made to append to an offset beyond the current end of the stream or ALREADY_EXISTS if user provids an offset that has already been written to. User can retry with adjusted offset within the same RPC stream. If offset is not specified, append happens at the end of the stream.

The response contains the offset at which the append happened. Responses are received in the same order in which requests are sent. There will be one response for each successful request. If the offset is not set in response, it means append didn't happen due to some errors. If one request fails, all the subsequent requests will also fail until a success request is made again.

If the stream is of PENDING type, data will only be available for read operations after the stream is committed.

BatchCommitWriteStreams

rpc BatchCommitWriteStreams(BatchCommitWriteStreamsRequest) returns (BatchCommitWriteStreamsResponse)

Atomically commits a group of PENDING streams that belong to the same parent table. Streams must be finalized before commit and cannot be committed multiple times. Once a stream is committed, data in the stream becomes available for read operations.

CreateWriteStream

rpc CreateWriteStream(CreateWriteStreamRequest) returns (WriteStream)

Creates a write stream to the given table. Additionally, every table has a special COMMITTED stream named '_default' to which data can be written. This stream doesn't need to be created using CreateWriteStream. It is a stream that can be used simultaneously by any number of clients. Data written to this stream is considered committed as soon as an acknowledgement is received.

FinalizeWriteStream

rpc FinalizeWriteStream(FinalizeWriteStreamRequest) returns (FinalizeWriteStreamResponse)

Finalize a write stream so that no new data can be appended to the stream. Finalize is not supported on the '_default' stream.

FlushRows

rpc FlushRows(FlushRowsRequest) returns (FlushRowsResponse)

Flushes rows to a BUFFERED stream. If users are appending rows to BUFFERED stream, flush operation is required in order for the rows to become available for reading. A Flush operation flushes up to any previously flushed offset in a BUFFERED stream, to the offset specified in the request. Flush is not supported on the _default stream, since it is not BUFFERED.

GetWriteStream

rpc GetWriteStream(GetWriteStreamRequest) returns (WriteStream)

Gets a write stream.

AppendRowsRequest

Request message for AppendRows.

Fields
write_stream

string

Required. The stream that is the target of the append operation. This value must be specified for the initial request. If subsequent requests specify the stream name, it must equal to the value provided in the first request. To write to the _default stream, populate this field with a string in the format projects/{project}/datasets/{dataset}/tables/{table}/_default.

Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource writeStream:

  • bigquery.tables.updateData
offset

Int64Value

If present, the write is only performed if the next append offset is same as the provided value. If not present, the write is performed at the current end of stream. Specifying a value for this field is not allowed when calling AppendRows for the '_default' stream.

trace_id

string

Id set by client to annotate its identity. Only initial request setting is respected.

proto_rows

ProtoData

Rows in proto format.

ProtoData

Proto schema and data.

Fields
writer_schema

ProtoSchema

Proto schema used to serialize the data.

rows

ProtoRows

Serialized row data in protobuf message format.

AppendRowsResponse

Response message for AppendRows.

Fields
updated_schema

TableSchema

If backend detects a schema update, pass it to user so that user can use it to input new type of message. It will be empty when no schema updates have occurred.

Union field response.

response can be only one of the following:

append_result

AppendResult

Result if the append is successful.

error

Status

Error returned when problems were encountered. If present, it indicates rows were not accepted into the system. Users can retry or continue with other append requests within the same connection.

Additional information about error signalling:

ALREADY_EXISTS: Happens when an append specified an offset, and the backend already has received data at this offset. Typically encountered in retry scenarios, and can be ignored.

OUT_OF_RANGE: Returned when the specified offset in the stream is beyond the current end of the stream.

INVALID_ARGUMENT: Indicates a malformed request or data.

ABORTED: Request processing is aborted because of prior failures. The request can be retried if previous failure is addressed.

INTERNAL: Indicates server side error(s) that can be retried.

AppendResult

AppendResult is returned for successful append requests.

Fields
offset

Int64Value

The row offset at which the last append occurred. The offset will not be set if appending using default streams.

ArrowRecordBatch

Arrow RecordBatch.

Fields
serialized_record_batch

bytes

IPC-serialized Arrow RecordBatch.

ArrowSchema

Arrow schema as specified in https://arrow.apache.org/docs/python/api/datatypes.html and serialized to bytes using IPC: https://arrow.apache.org/docs/format/Columnar.html#serialization-and-interprocess-communication-ipc

See code samples on how this message can be deserialized.

Fields
serialized_schema

bytes

IPC serialized Arrow schema.

ArrowSerializationOptions

Contains options specific to Arrow Serialization.

Fields
format

Format

The Arrow IPC format to use.

Format

The IPC format to use when serializing Arrow streams.

Enums
FORMAT_UNSPECIFIED If unspecied the IPC format as of 0.15 release will be used.
ARROW_0_14 Use the legacy IPC message format as of Apache Arrow Release 0.14.
ARROW_0_15 Use the message format as of Apache Arrow Release 0.15.

AvroRows

Avro rows.

Fields
serialized_binary_rows

bytes

Binary serialized rows in a block.

AvroSchema

Avro schema.

Fields
schema

string

Json serialized schema, as described at https://avro.apache.org/docs/1.8.1/spec.html.

BatchCommitWriteStreamsRequest

Request message for BatchCommitWriteStreams.

Fields
parent

string

Required. Parent table that all the streams should belong to, in the form of projects/{project}/datasets/{dataset}/tables/{table}.

Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource parent:

  • bigquery.tables.updateData
write_streams[]

string

Required. The group of streams that will be committed atomically.

BatchCommitWriteStreamsResponse

Response message for BatchCommitWriteStreams.

Fields
commit_time

Timestamp

The time at which streams were committed in microseconds granularity. This field will only exist when there are no stream errors. Note if this field is not set, it means the commit was not successful.

stream_errors[]

StorageError

Stream level error if commit failed. Only streams with error will be in the list. If empty, there is no error and all streams are committed successfully. If non empty, certain streams have errors and ZERO stream is committed due to atomicity guarantee.

CreateReadSessionRequest

Request message for CreateReadSession.

Fields
parent

string

Required. The request project that owns the session, in the form of projects/{project_id}.

Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource parent:

  • bigquery.readsessions.create
read_session

ReadSession

Required. Session to be created.

Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource readSession:

  • bigquery.tables.getData
max_stream_count

int32

Max initial number of streams. If unset or zero, the server will provide a value of streams so as to produce reasonable throughput. Must be non-negative. The number of streams may be lower than the requested number, depending on the amount parallelism that is reasonable for the table. Error will be returned if the max count is greater than the current system max limit of 1,000.

Streams must be read starting from offset 0.

CreateWriteStreamRequest

Request message for CreateWriteStream.

Fields
parent

string

Required. Reference to the table to which the stream belongs, in the format of projects/{project}/datasets/{dataset}/tables/{table}.

Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource parent:

  • bigquery.tables.updateData
write_stream

WriteStream

Required. Stream to be created.

DataFormat

Data format for input or output data.

Enums
DATA_FORMAT_UNSPECIFIED
AVRO Avro is a standard open source row based file format. See https://avro.apache.org/ for more details.
ARROW Arrow is a standard open source column-based message format. See https://arrow.apache.org/ for more details.

FinalizeWriteStreamRequest

Request message for invoking FinalizeWriteStream.

Fields
name

string

Required. Name of the stream to finalize, in the form of projects/{project}/datasets/{dataset}/tables/{table}/streams/{stream}.

Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource name:

  • bigquery.tables.updateData

FinalizeWriteStreamResponse

Response message for FinalizeWriteStream.

Fields
row_count

int64

Number of rows in the finalized stream.

FlushRowsRequest

Request message for FlushRows.

Fields
write_stream

string

Required. The stream that is the target of the flush operation.

Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource writeStream:

  • bigquery.tables.updateData
offset

Int64Value

Ending offset of the flush operation. Rows before this offset(including this offset) will be flushed.

FlushRowsResponse

Respond message for FlushRows.

Fields
offset

int64

The rows before this offset (including this offset) are flushed.

GetWriteStreamRequest

Request message for GetWriteStreamRequest.

Fields
name

string

Required. Name of the stream to get, in the form of projects/{project}/datasets/{dataset}/tables/{table}/streams/{stream}.

Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource name:

  • bigquery.tables.get

ProtoRows

Fields
serialized_rows[]

bytes

A sequence of rows serialized as a Protocol Buffer.

See https://developers.google.com/protocol-buffers/docs/overview for more information on deserializing this field.

ProtoSchema

ProtoSchema describes the schema of the serialized protocol buffer data rows.

Fields
proto_descriptor

ProtoDescriptor

Descriptor for input message. The descriptor has to be self contained,

including all the nested types, excepted for proto buffer well known types

See: https://developers.google.com/protocol-buffers/docs/reference/google.protobuf

.

ReadRowsRequest

Request message for ReadRows.

Fields
read_stream

string

Required. Stream to read rows from.

Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource readStream:

  • bigquery.readsessions.getData
offset

int64

The offset requested must be less than the last row read from Read. Requesting a larger offset is undefined. If not specified, start reading from offset zero.

ReadRowsResponse

Response from calling ReadRows may include row data, progress and throttling information.

Fields
row_count

int64

Number of serialized rows in the rows block.

stats

StreamStats

Statistics for the stream.

throttle_state

ThrottleState

Throttling state. If unset, the latest response still describes the current throttling status.

Union field rows. Row data is returned in format specified during session creation. rows can be only one of the following:
avro_rows

AvroRows

Serialized row data in AVRO format.

arrow_record_batch

ArrowRecordBatch

Serialized row data in Arrow RecordBatch format.

Union field schema. The schema for the read. If read_options.selected_fields is set, the schema may be different from the table schema as it will only contain the selected fields. This schema is equivelant to the one returned by CreateSession. This field is only populated in the first ReadRowsResponse RPC. schema can be only one of the following:
avro_schema

AvroSchema

Output only. Avro schema.

arrow_schema

ArrowSchema

Output only. Arrow schema.

ReadSession

Information about the ReadSession.

Fields
name

string

Output only. Unique identifier for the session, in the form projects/{project_id}/locations/{location}/sessions/{session_id}.

expire_time

Timestamp

Output only. Time at which the session becomes invalid. After this time, subsequent requests to read this Session will return errors. The expire_time is automatically assigned and currently cannot be specified or updated.

data_format

DataFormat

Immutable. Data format of the output data.

table

string

Immutable. Table that this ReadSession is reading from, in the form `projects/{project_id}/datasets/{dataset_id}/tables/{table_id}

Authorization requires one or more of the following IAM permissions on the specified resource table:

  • bigquery.tables.get
  • bigquery.tables.getData
table_modifiers

TableModifiers

Optional. Any modifiers which are applied when reading from the specified table.

read_options

TableReadOptions

Optional. Read options for this session (e.g. column selection, filters).

streams[]

ReadStream

Output only. A list of streams created with the session.

At least one stream is created with the session. In the future, larger request_stream_count values may result in this list being unpopulated, in that case, the user will need to use a List method to get the streams instead, which is not yet available.

Union field schema. The schema for the read. If read_options.selected_fields is set, the schema may be different from the table schema as it will only contain the selected fields. schema can be only one of the following:
avro_schema

AvroSchema

Output only. Avro schema.

arrow_schema

ArrowSchema

Output only. Arrow schema.

TableModifiers

Additional attributes when reading a table.

Fields
snapshot_time

Timestamp

The snapshot time of the table. If not set, interpreted as now.

TableReadOptions

Options dictating how we read a table.

Fields
selected_fields[]

string

Names of the fields in the table that should be read. If empty, all fields will be read. If the specified field is a nested field, all the sub-fields in the field will be selected. The output field order is unrelated to the order of fields in selected_fields.

row_restriction

string

SQL text filtering statement, similar to a WHERE clause in a query. Aggregates are not supported.

Examples: "int_field > 5" "date_field = CAST('2014-9-27' as DATE)" "nullable_field is not NULL" "st_equals(geo_field, st_geofromtext("POINT(2, 2)"))" "numeric_field BETWEEN 1.0 AND 5.0"

Restricted to a maximum length for 1 MB.

arrow_serialization_options

ArrowSerializationOptions

Optional. Options specific to the Apache Arrow output format.

ReadStream

Information about a single stream that gets data out of the storage system. Most of the information about ReadStream instances is aggregated, making ReadStream lightweight.

Fields
name

string

Output only. Name of the stream, in the form projects/{project_id}/locations/{location}/sessions/{session_id}/streams/{stream_id}.

SplitReadStreamRequest

Request message for SplitReadStream.

Fields
name

string

Required. Name of the stream to split.

Authorization requires the following IAM permission on the specified resource name:

  • bigquery.readsessions.update
fraction

double

A value in the range (0.0, 1.0) that specifies the fractional point at which the original stream should be split. The actual split point is evaluated on pre-filtered rows, so if a filter is provided, then there is no guarantee that the division of the rows between the new child streams will be proportional to this fractional value. Additionally, because the server-side unit for assigning data is collections of rows, this fraction will always map to a data storage boundary on the server side.

SplitReadStreamResponse

Fields
primary_stream

ReadStream

Primary stream, which contains the beginning portion of |original_stream|. An empty value indicates that the original stream can no longer be split.

remainder_stream

ReadStream

Remainder stream, which contains the tail of |original_stream|. An empty value indicates that the original stream can no longer be split.

StorageError

Structured custom BigQuery Storage error message. The error can be attached as error details in the returned rpc Status. In particular, the use of error codes allows more structured error handling, and reduces the need to evaluate unstructured error text strings.

Fields
code

StorageErrorCode

BigQuery Storage specific error code.

entity

string

Name of the failed entity.

error_message

string

Message that describes the error.

StorageErrorCode

Error code for StorageError.

Enums
STORAGE_ERROR_CODE_UNSPECIFIED Default error.
TABLE_NOT_FOUND Table is not found in the system.
STREAM_ALREADY_COMMITTED Stream is already committed.
STREAM_NOT_FOUND Stream is not found.
INVALID_STREAM_TYPE Invalid Stream type. For example, you try to commit a stream that is not pending.
INVALID_STREAM_STATE Invalid Stream state. For example, you try to commit a stream that is not finalized or is garbaged.
STREAM_FINALIZED Stream is finalized.

StreamStats

Estimated stream statistics for a given Stream.

Fields
progress

Progress

Represents the progress of the current stream.

Progress

Fields
at_response_start

double

The fraction of rows assigned to the stream that have been processed by the server so far, not including the rows in the current response message.

This value, along with at_response_end, can be used to interpolate the progress made as the rows in the message are being processed using the following formula: at_response_start + (at_response_end - at_response_start) * rows_processed_from_response / rows_in_response.

Note that if a filter is provided, the at_response_end value of the previous response may not necessarily be equal to the at_response_start value of the current response.

at_response_end

double

Similar to at_response_start, except that this value includes the rows in the current response.

TableFieldSchema

A field in TableSchema

Fields
name

string

Required. The field name. The name must contain only letters (a-z, A-Z), numbers (0-9), or underscores (_), and must start with a letter or underscore. The maximum length is 128 characters.

type

Type

Required. The field data type.

mode

Mode

Optional. The field mode. The default value is NULLABLE.

fields[]

TableFieldSchema

Optional. Describes the nested schema fields if the type property is set to STRUCT.

description

string

Optional. The field description. The maximum length is 1,024 characters.

Mode

Enums
MODE_UNSPECIFIED Illegal value
NULLABLE
REQUIRED
REPEATED

Type

Enums
TYPE_UNSPECIFIED Illegal value
STRING 64K, UTF8
INT64 64-bit signed
DOUBLE 64-bit IEEE floating point
STRUCT Aggregate type
BYTES 64K, Binary
BOOL 2-valued
TIMESTAMP 64-bit signed usec since UTC epoch
DATE Civil date - Year, Month, Day
TIME Civil time - Hour, Minute, Second, Microseconds
DATETIME Combination of civil date and civil time
GEOGRAPHY Geography object
NUMERIC Numeric value
BIGNUMERIC BigNumeric value
INTERVAL Interval

TableSchema

Schema of a table

Fields
fields[]

TableFieldSchema

Describes the fields in a table.

ThrottleState

Information on if the current connection is being throttled.

Fields
throttle_percent

int32

How much this connection is being throttled. Zero means no throttling, 100 means fully throttled.

WriteStream

Information about a single stream that gets data inside the storage system.

Fields
name

string

Output only. Name of the stream, in the form projects/{project}/datasets/{dataset}/tables/{table}/streams/{stream}.

type

Type

Immutable. Type of the stream.

create_time

Timestamp

Output only. Create time of the stream. For the _default stream, this is the creation_time of the table.

commit_time

Timestamp

Output only. Commit time of the stream. If a stream is of COMMITTED type, then it will have a commit_time same as create_time. If the stream is of PENDING type, commit_time being empty means it is not committed.

table_schema

TableSchema

Output only. The schema of the destination table. It is only returned in CreateWriteStream response. Caller should generate data that's compatible with this schema to send in initial AppendRowsRequest. The table schema could go out of date during the life time of the stream.

Type

Type enum of the stream.

Enums
TYPE_UNSPECIFIED Unknown type.
COMMITTED Data will commit automatically and appear as soon as the write is acknowledged.
PENDING Data is invisible until the stream is committed.
BUFFERED Data is only visible up to the offset to which it was flushed.