Class BigQueryConfig (3.0.0-beta01)

public sealed class BigQueryConfig : IMessage<BigQueryConfig>, IEquatable<BigQueryConfig>, IDeepCloneable<BigQueryConfig>, IBufferMessage, IMessage

Configuration for a BigQuery subscription.

Inheritance

Object > BigQueryConfig

Namespace

Google.Cloud.PubSub.V1

Assembly

Google.Cloud.PubSub.V1.dll

Constructors

BigQueryConfig()

public BigQueryConfig()

BigQueryConfig(BigQueryConfig)

public BigQueryConfig(BigQueryConfig other)
Parameter
NameDescription
otherBigQueryConfig

Properties

DropUnknownFields

public bool DropUnknownFields { get; set; }

When true and use_topic_schema is true, any fields that are a part of the topic schema that are not part of the BigQuery table schema are dropped when writing to BigQuery. Otherwise, the schemas must be kept in sync and any messages with extra fields are not written and remain in the subscription's backlog.

Property Value
TypeDescription
Boolean

State

public BigQueryConfig.Types.State State { get; set; }

Output only. An output-only field that indicates whether or not the subscription can receive messages.

Property Value
TypeDescription
BigQueryConfig.Types.State

Table

public string Table { get; set; }

The name of the table to which to write data, of the form {projectId}:{datasetId}.{tableId}

Property Value
TypeDescription
String

UseTopicSchema

public bool UseTopicSchema { get; set; }

When true, use the topic's schema as the columns to write to in BigQuery, if it exists.

Property Value
TypeDescription
Boolean

WriteMetadata

public bool WriteMetadata { get; set; }

When true, write the subscription name, message_id, publish_time, attributes, and ordering_key to additional columns in the table. The subscription name, message_id, and publish_time fields are put in their own columns while all other message properties (other than data) are written to a JSON object in the attributes column.

Property Value
TypeDescription
Boolean