Class Artifact (0.5.1)

Artifact(mapping=None, *, ignore_unknown_fields=False, **kwargs)

Artifacts of resources. Artifacts are unique (single-value) per resource and are used to store metadata that is too large or numerous to be stored directly on the resource. Since artifacts are stored separately from parent resources, they should generally be used for metadata that is needed infrequently, i.e., not for display in primary views of the resource but perhaps displayed or downloaded upon request. The ListArtifacts method allows artifacts to be quickly enumerated and checked for presence without downloading their (potentially-large) contents.


name str
Resource name.
create_time google.protobuf.timestamp_pb2.Timestamp
Output only. Creation timestamp.
update_time google.protobuf.timestamp_pb2.Timestamp
Output only. Last update timestamp.
mime_type str
A content type specifier for the artifact. Content type specifiers are Media Types ( with a possible "schema" parameter that specifies a schema for the stored information. Content types can specify compression. Currently only GZip compression is supported (indicated with "+gzip").
size_bytes int
Output only. The size of the artifact in bytes. If the artifact is gzipped, this is the size of the uncompressed artifact.
hash_ str
Output only. A SHA-256 hash of the artifact's contents. If the artifact is gzipped, this is the hash of the uncompressed artifact.
contents bytes
Input only. The contents of the artifact. Provided by API callers when artifacts are created or replaced. To access the contents of an artifact, use GetArtifactContents.