Module pagers (0.5.5)

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API documentation for dataflow_v1beta3.services.messages_v1_beta3.pagers module.

Classes

ListJobMessagesAsyncPager

ListJobMessagesAsyncPager(
    method: Callable[
        [...],
        Awaitable[google.cloud.dataflow_v1beta3.types.messages.ListJobMessagesResponse],
    ],
    request: google.cloud.dataflow_v1beta3.types.messages.ListJobMessagesRequest,
    response: google.cloud.dataflow_v1beta3.types.messages.ListJobMessagesResponse,
    *,
    metadata: Sequence[Tuple[str, str]] = ()
)

A pager for iterating through list_job_messages requests.

This class thinly wraps an initial ListJobMessagesResponse object, and provides an __aiter__ method to iterate through its job_messages field.

If there are more pages, the __aiter__ method will make additional ListJobMessages requests and continue to iterate through the job_messages field on the corresponding responses.

All the usual ListJobMessagesResponse attributes are available on the pager. If multiple requests are made, only the most recent response is retained, and thus used for attribute lookup.

ListJobMessagesPager

ListJobMessagesPager(
    method: Callable[
        [...], google.cloud.dataflow_v1beta3.types.messages.ListJobMessagesResponse
    ],
    request: google.cloud.dataflow_v1beta3.types.messages.ListJobMessagesRequest,
    response: google.cloud.dataflow_v1beta3.types.messages.ListJobMessagesResponse,
    *,
    metadata: Sequence[Tuple[str, str]] = ()
)

A pager for iterating through list_job_messages requests.

This class thinly wraps an initial ListJobMessagesResponse object, and provides an __iter__ method to iterate through its job_messages field.

If there are more pages, the __iter__ method will make additional ListJobMessages requests and continue to iterate through the job_messages field on the corresponding responses.

All the usual ListJobMessagesResponse attributes are available on the pager. If multiple requests are made, only the most recent response is retained, and thus used for attribute lookup.