ListEndpointsRequest(mapping=None, *, ignore_unknown_fields=False, **kwargs)
The request message for RegistrationService.ListEndpoints.
Required. The resource name of the service whose endpoints we'd like to list.
Optional. The maximum number of items to return.
Optional. The next_page_token value returned from a previous List request, if any.
Optional. The filter to list result by. General filter string syntax: () can be "name", "address", "port" or "metadata." for map field. can be "<,>, <=,>=, !=, =, :". Of which ":" means HAS, and is roughly the same as "=". must be the same data type as field. can be "AND, OR, NOT". Examples of valid filters: - "metadata.owner" returns Endpoints that have a label with the key "owner" this is the same as "metadata:owner". - "metadata.protocol=gRPC" returns Endpoints that have key/value "protocol=gRPC". - "address=188.8.131.52" returns Endpoints that have this address. - "port>8080" returns Endpoints that have port number larger than 8080. - "name>projects/my-project/locations/us-east/namespaces/my-namespace/services/my-service/endpoints/endpoint-c" returns Endpoints that have name that is alphabetically later than the string, so "endpoint-e" will be returned but "endpoint-a" will not be. - "metadata.owner!=sd AND metadata.foo=bar" returns Endpoints that have "owner" in label key but value is not "sd" AND have key/value foo=bar. - "doesnotexist.foo=bar" returns an empty list. Note that Endpoint doesn't have a field called "doesnotexist". Since the filter does not match any Endpoints, it returns no results.
Optional. The order to list result by.
Delete the value on the given field.
This is generally equivalent to setting a falsy value.
Return True if the messages are equal, False otherwise.
Return True if the messages are unequal, False otherwise.
Set the value on the given field.
For well-known protocol buffer types which are marshalled, either the protocol buffer object or the Python equivalent is accepted.