Google Cloud Data Catalog V1 Client - Class SearchCatalogRequest (1.10.2)

Reference documentation and code samples for the Google Cloud Data Catalog V1 Client class SearchCatalogRequest.

Request message for SearchCatalog.

Generated from protobuf message google.cloud.datacatalog.v1.SearchCatalogRequest

Namespace

Google \ Cloud \ DataCatalog \ V1

Methods

__construct

Constructor.

Parameters
Name Description
data array

Optional. Data for populating the Message object.

↳ scope Google\Cloud\DataCatalog\V1\SearchCatalogRequest\Scope

Required. The scope of this search request. The scope is invalid if include_org_ids, include_project_ids are empty AND include_gcp_public_datasets is set to false. In this case, the request returns an error.

↳ query string

Optional. The query string with a minimum of 3 characters and specific syntax. For more information, see Data Catalog search syntax. An empty query string returns all data assets (in the specified scope) that you have access to. A query string can be a simple xyz or qualified by predicates: * name:x * column:y * description:z

↳ page_size int

Upper bound on the number of results you can get in a single response. Can't be negative or 0, defaults to 10 in this case. The maximum number is 1000. If exceeded, throws an "invalid argument" exception.

↳ page_token string

Optional. Pagination token that, if specified, returns the next page of search results. If empty, returns the first page. This token is returned in the SearchCatalogResponse.next_page_token field of the response to a previous SearchCatalogRequest call.

↳ order_by string

Specifies the order of results. Currently supported case-sensitive values are: * relevance that can only be descending * last_modified_timestamp [asc|desc] with descending (desc) as default * default that can only be descending Search queries don't guarantee full recall. Results that match your query might not be returned, even in subsequent result pages. Additionally, returned (and not returned) results can vary if you repeat search queries. If you are experiencing recall issues and you don't have to fetch the results in any specific order, consider setting this parameter to default. If this parameter is omitted, it defaults to the descending relevance.

↳ admin_search bool

Optional. If set, use searchAll permission granted on organizations from include_org_ids and projects from include_project_ids instead of the fine grained per resource permissions when filtering the search results. The only allowed order_by criteria for admin_search mode is default. Using this flags guarantees a full recall of the search results.

getScope

Required. The scope of this search request.

The scope is invalid if include_org_ids, include_project_ids are empty AND include_gcp_public_datasets is set to false. In this case, the request returns an error.

Returns
Type Description
Google\Cloud\DataCatalog\V1\SearchCatalogRequest\Scope|null

hasScope

clearScope

setScope

Required. The scope of this search request.

The scope is invalid if include_org_ids, include_project_ids are empty AND include_gcp_public_datasets is set to false. In this case, the request returns an error.

Parameter
Name Description
var Google\Cloud\DataCatalog\V1\SearchCatalogRequest\Scope
Returns
Type Description
$this

getQuery

Optional. The query string with a minimum of 3 characters and specific syntax. For more information, see Data Catalog search syntax.

An empty query string returns all data assets (in the specified scope) that you have access to. A query string can be a simple xyz or qualified by predicates:

  • name:x
  • column:y
  • description:z
Returns
Type Description
string

setQuery

Optional. The query string with a minimum of 3 characters and specific syntax. For more information, see Data Catalog search syntax.

An empty query string returns all data assets (in the specified scope) that you have access to. A query string can be a simple xyz or qualified by predicates:

  • name:x
  • column:y
  • description:z
Parameter
Name Description
var string
Returns
Type Description
$this

getPageSize

Upper bound on the number of results you can get in a single response.

Can't be negative or 0, defaults to 10 in this case. The maximum number is 1000. If exceeded, throws an "invalid argument" exception.

Returns
Type Description
int

setPageSize

Upper bound on the number of results you can get in a single response.

Can't be negative or 0, defaults to 10 in this case. The maximum number is 1000. If exceeded, throws an "invalid argument" exception.

Parameter
Name Description
var int
Returns
Type Description
$this

getPageToken

Optional. Pagination token that, if specified, returns the next page of search results. If empty, returns the first page.

This token is returned in the SearchCatalogResponse.next_page_token field of the response to a previous SearchCatalogRequest call.

Returns
Type Description
string

setPageToken

Optional. Pagination token that, if specified, returns the next page of search results. If empty, returns the first page.

This token is returned in the SearchCatalogResponse.next_page_token field of the response to a previous SearchCatalogRequest call.

Parameter
Name Description
var string
Returns
Type Description
$this

getOrderBy

Specifies the order of results.

Currently supported case-sensitive values are:

  • relevance that can only be descending
  • last_modified_timestamp [asc|desc] with descending (desc) as default
  • default that can only be descending Search queries don't guarantee full recall. Results that match your query might not be returned, even in subsequent result pages. Additionally, returned (and not returned) results can vary if you repeat search queries. If you are experiencing recall issues and you don't have to fetch the results in any specific order, consider setting this parameter to default. If this parameter is omitted, it defaults to the descending relevance.
Returns
Type Description
string

setOrderBy

Specifies the order of results.

Currently supported case-sensitive values are:

  • relevance that can only be descending
  • last_modified_timestamp [asc|desc] with descending (desc) as default
  • default that can only be descending Search queries don't guarantee full recall. Results that match your query might not be returned, even in subsequent result pages. Additionally, returned (and not returned) results can vary if you repeat search queries. If you are experiencing recall issues and you don't have to fetch the results in any specific order, consider setting this parameter to default. If this parameter is omitted, it defaults to the descending relevance.
Parameter
Name Description
var string
Returns
Type Description
$this

getAdminSearch

Optional. If set, use searchAll permission granted on organizations from include_org_ids and projects from include_project_ids instead of the fine grained per resource permissions when filtering the search results.

The only allowed order_by criteria for admin_search mode is default. Using this flags guarantees a full recall of the search results.

Returns
Type Description
bool

setAdminSearch

Optional. If set, use searchAll permission granted on organizations from include_org_ids and projects from include_project_ids instead of the fine grained per resource permissions when filtering the search results.

The only allowed order_by criteria for admin_search mode is default. Using this flags guarantees a full recall of the search results.

Parameter
Name Description
var bool
Returns
Type Description
$this

static::build

Parameters
Name Description
scope Google\Cloud\DataCatalog\V1\SearchCatalogRequest\Scope

Required. The scope of this search request.

The scope is invalid if include_org_ids, include_project_ids are empty AND include_gcp_public_datasets is set to false. In this case, the request returns an error.

query string

Optional. The query string with a minimum of 3 characters and specific syntax. For more information, see Data Catalog search syntax.

An empty query string returns all data assets (in the specified scope) that you have access to.

A query string can be a simple xyz or qualified by predicates:

  • name:x
  • column:y
  • description:z
Returns
Type Description
Google\Cloud\DataCatalog\V1\SearchCatalogRequest