Class ClientProto

public final class ClientProto

Inheritance

java.lang.Object > ClientProto

Fields

DEFAULT_HOST_FIELD_NUMBER

public static final int DEFAULT_HOST_FIELD_NUMBER
Field Value
TypeDescription
int

METHOD_SIGNATURE_FIELD_NUMBER

public static final int METHOD_SIGNATURE_FIELD_NUMBER
Field Value
TypeDescription
int

OAUTH_SCOPES_FIELD_NUMBER

public static final int OAUTH_SCOPES_FIELD_NUMBER
Field Value
TypeDescription
int

defaultHost

public static final GeneratedMessage.GeneratedExtension<DescriptorProtos.ServiceOptions,String> defaultHost

The hostname for this service. This should be specified with no prefix or protocol. Example: service Foo { option (google.api.default_host) = "foo.googleapi.com"; ... }

extend .google.protobuf.ServiceOptions { ... }

Field Value
TypeDescription
GeneratedExtension<ServiceOptions,String>

methodSignature

public static final GeneratedMessage.GeneratedExtension<DescriptorProtos.MethodOptions,List<String>> methodSignature

A definition of a client library method signature. In client libraries, each proto RPC corresponds to one or more methods which the end user is able to call, and calls the underlying RPC. Normally, this method receives a single argument (a struct or instance corresponding to the RPC request object). Defining this field will add one or more overloads providing flattened or simpler method signatures in some languages. The fields on the method signature are provided as a comma-separated string. For example, the proto RPC and annotation: rpc CreateSubscription(CreateSubscriptionRequest) returns (Subscription) { option (google.api.method_signature) = "name,topic"; } Would add the following Java overload (in addition to the method accepting the request object): public final Subscription createSubscription(String name, String topic) The following backwards-compatibility guidelines apply:

  • Adding this annotation to an unannotated method is backwards compatible.
  • Adding this annotation to a method which already has existing method signature annotations is backwards compatible if and only if the new method signature annotation is last in the sequence.
  • Modifying or removing an existing method signature annotation is a breaking change.
  • Re-ordering existing method signature annotations is a breaking change.

extend .google.protobuf.MethodOptions { ... }

Field Value
TypeDescription
GeneratedExtension<MethodOptions,List<String>>

oauthScopes

public static final GeneratedMessage.GeneratedExtension<DescriptorProtos.ServiceOptions,String> oauthScopes

OAuth scopes needed for the client. Example: service Foo { option (google.api.oauth_scopes) = \ "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform"; ... } If there is more than one scope, use a comma-separated string: Example: service Foo { option (google.api.oauth_scopes) = \ "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform," "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/monitoring"; ... }

extend .google.protobuf.ServiceOptions { ... }

Field Value
TypeDescription
GeneratedExtension<ServiceOptions,String>

Methods

getDescriptor()

public static Descriptors.FileDescriptor getDescriptor()
Returns
TypeDescription
FileDescriptor

registerAllExtensions(ExtensionRegistry registry)

public static void registerAllExtensions(ExtensionRegistry registry)
Parameter
NameDescription
registryExtensionRegistry

registerAllExtensions(ExtensionRegistryLite registry)

public static void registerAllExtensions(ExtensionRegistryLite registry)
Parameter
NameDescription
registryExtensionRegistryLite