Class Fulfillment (2.3.0)

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

By default, your agent responds to a matched intent with a static response. As an alternative, you can provide a more dynamic response by using fulfillment. When you enable fulfillment for an intent, Dialogflow responds to that intent by calling a service that you define. For example, if an end-user wants to schedule a haircut on Friday, your service can check your database and respond to the end-user with availability information for Friday.

For more information, see the fulfillment guide <>__.


name str
Required. The unique identifier of the fulfillment. Supported formats: - projects/ - projects/ This field is not used for Fulfillment in an Environment.
display_name str
Optional. The human-readable name of the fulfillment, unique within the agent. This field is not used for Fulfillment in an Environment.
Configuration for a generic web service.
enabled bool
Optional. Whether fulfillment is enabled.
features Sequence[]
Optional. The field defines whether the fulfillment is enabled for certain features.



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

Whether fulfillment is enabled for the specific feature. .. attribute:: type_

The type of the feature that enabled for fulfillment.



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

Represents configuration for a generic web service. Dialogflow supports two mechanisms for authentications: - Basic authentication with username and password.