Class PartitionQueryRequest (2.6.1)

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

The request for Firestore.PartitionQuery][google.firestore.v1.Firestore.PartitionQuery].

.. _oneof: https://proto-plus-python.readthedocs.io/en/stable/fields.html#oneofs-mutually-exclusive-fields

Attributes

NameDescription
parent str
Required. The parent resource name. In the format: ``projects/{project_id}/databases/{database_id}/documents``. Document resource names are not supported; only database resource names can be specified.
structured_query google.cloud.firestore_v1.types.StructuredQuery
A structured query. Query must specify collection with all descendants and be ordered by name ascending. Other filters, order bys, limits, offsets, and start/end cursors are not supported. This field is a member of `oneof`_ ``query_type``.
partition_count int
The desired maximum number of partition points. The partitions may be returned across multiple pages of results. The number must be positive. The actual number of partitions returned may be fewer. For example, this may be set to one fewer than the number of parallel queries to be run, or in running a data pipeline job, one fewer than the number of workers or compute instances available.
page_token str
The ``next_page_token`` value returned from a previous call to PartitionQuery that may be used to get an additional set of results. There are no ordering guarantees between sets of results. Thus, using multiple sets of results will require merging the different result sets. For example, two subsequent calls using a page_token may return: - cursor B, cursor M, cursor Q - cursor A, cursor U, cursor W To obtain a complete result set ordered with respect to the results of the query supplied to PartitionQuery, the results sets should be merged: cursor A, cursor B, cursor M, cursor Q, cursor U, cursor W
page_size int
The maximum number of partitions to return in this call, subject to ``partition_count``. For example, if ``partition_count`` = 10 and ``page_size`` = 8, the first call to PartitionQuery will return up to 8 partitions and a ``next_page_token`` if more results exist. A second call to PartitionQuery will return up to 2 partitions, to complete the total of 10 specified in ``partition_count``.
read_time google.protobuf.timestamp_pb2.Timestamp
Reads documents as they were at the given time. This may not be older than 270 seconds. This field is a member of `oneof`_ ``consistency_selector``.

Inheritance

builtins.object > proto.message.Message > PartitionQueryRequest