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Returns all projects visible to the current user
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Operations the current user is able to perform on this object
Project display name
If true the project is configured with a git repository
Git remote repository url
Git username for HTTPS authentication. (For production only, if using user attributes.)
(Write-Only) Git password for HTTPS authentication. (For production only, if using user attributes.)
Git production branch name. Defaults to master. Supported only in Looker 21.0 and higher.
If true, the project uses a git cookie for authentication.
User attribute name for username in per-user HTTPS authentication.
User attribute name for password in per-user HTTPS authentication.
Name of the git service provider
Port that HTTP(S) application server is running on (for PRs, file browsing, etc.)
Scheme that is running on application server (for PRs, file browsing, etc.)
(Write-Only) Optional secret token with which to authenticate requests to the webhook deploy endpoint. If not set, endpoint is unauthenticated.
(Write-Only) When true, unsets the deploy secret to allow unauthenticated access to the webhook deploy endpoint.
The git pull request policy for this project. Valid values are: "off", "links", "recommended", "required".
Validation policy: If true, the project must pass validation checks before project changes can be committed to the git repository
If true, advanced git release management is enabled for this project
Validation policy: If true, the project can be committed with warnings when `validation_required` is true. (`allow_warnings` does nothing if `validation_required` is false).
If true the project is an example project and cannot be modified
400: Bad Request
404: Not Found
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Last updated 2023-10-31 UTC.
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