Cloud Asset V1 API - Class Google::Cloud::Asset::V1::ExportAssetsRequest (v0.20.1)

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Reference documentation and code samples for the Cloud Asset V1 API class Google::Cloud::Asset::V1::ExportAssetsRequest.

Export asset request.

Inherits

  • Object

Extended By

  • Google::Protobuf::MessageExts::ClassMethods

Includes

  • Google::Protobuf::MessageExts

Methods

#asset_types

def asset_types() -> ::Array<::String>
Returns
  • (::Array<::String>) — A list of asset types to take a snapshot for. For example: "compute.googleapis.com/Disk".

    Regular expressions are also supported. For example:

    • "compute.googleapis.com.*" snapshots resources whose asset type starts with "compute.googleapis.com".
    • ".*Instance" snapshots resources whose asset type ends with "Instance".
    • ".Instance." snapshots resources whose asset type contains "Instance".

    See RE2 for all supported regular expression syntax. If the regular expression does not match any supported asset type, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error will be returned.

    If specified, only matching assets will be returned, otherwise, it will snapshot all asset types. See Introduction to Cloud Asset Inventory for all supported asset types.

#asset_types=

def asset_types=(value) -> ::Array<::String>
Parameter
  • value (::Array<::String>) — A list of asset types to take a snapshot for. For example: "compute.googleapis.com/Disk".

    Regular expressions are also supported. For example:

    • "compute.googleapis.com.*" snapshots resources whose asset type starts with "compute.googleapis.com".
    • ".*Instance" snapshots resources whose asset type ends with "Instance".
    • ".Instance." snapshots resources whose asset type contains "Instance".

    See RE2 for all supported regular expression syntax. If the regular expression does not match any supported asset type, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error will be returned.

    If specified, only matching assets will be returned, otherwise, it will snapshot all asset types. See Introduction to Cloud Asset Inventory for all supported asset types.

Returns
  • (::Array<::String>) — A list of asset types to take a snapshot for. For example: "compute.googleapis.com/Disk".

    Regular expressions are also supported. For example:

    • "compute.googleapis.com.*" snapshots resources whose asset type starts with "compute.googleapis.com".
    • ".*Instance" snapshots resources whose asset type ends with "Instance".
    • ".Instance." snapshots resources whose asset type contains "Instance".

    See RE2 for all supported regular expression syntax. If the regular expression does not match any supported asset type, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error will be returned.

    If specified, only matching assets will be returned, otherwise, it will snapshot all asset types. See Introduction to Cloud Asset Inventory for all supported asset types.

#content_type

def content_type() -> ::Google::Cloud::Asset::V1::ContentType
Returns

#content_type=

def content_type=(value) -> ::Google::Cloud::Asset::V1::ContentType
Parameter
Returns

#output_config

def output_config() -> ::Google::Cloud::Asset::V1::OutputConfig
Returns

#output_config=

def output_config=(value) -> ::Google::Cloud::Asset::V1::OutputConfig
Parameter
Returns

#parent

def parent() -> ::String
Returns
  • (::String) — Required. The relative name of the root asset. This can only be an organization number (such as "organizations/123"), a project ID (such as "projects/my-project-id"), or a project number (such as "projects/12345"), or a folder number (such as "folders/123").

#parent=

def parent=(value) -> ::String
Parameter
  • value (::String) — Required. The relative name of the root asset. This can only be an organization number (such as "organizations/123"), a project ID (such as "projects/my-project-id"), or a project number (such as "projects/12345"), or a folder number (such as "folders/123").
Returns
  • (::String) — Required. The relative name of the root asset. This can only be an organization number (such as "organizations/123"), a project ID (such as "projects/my-project-id"), or a project number (such as "projects/12345"), or a folder number (such as "folders/123").

#read_time

def read_time() -> ::Google::Protobuf::Timestamp
Returns
  • (::Google::Protobuf::Timestamp) — Timestamp to take an asset snapshot. This can only be set to a timestamp between the current time and the current time minus 35 days (inclusive). If not specified, the current time will be used. Due to delays in resource data collection and indexing, there is a volatile window during which running the same query may get different results.

#read_time=

def read_time=(value) -> ::Google::Protobuf::Timestamp
Parameter
  • value (::Google::Protobuf::Timestamp) — Timestamp to take an asset snapshot. This can only be set to a timestamp between the current time and the current time minus 35 days (inclusive). If not specified, the current time will be used. Due to delays in resource data collection and indexing, there is a volatile window during which running the same query may get different results.
Returns
  • (::Google::Protobuf::Timestamp) — Timestamp to take an asset snapshot. This can only be set to a timestamp between the current time and the current time minus 35 days (inclusive). If not specified, the current time will be used. Due to delays in resource data collection and indexing, there is a volatile window during which running the same query may get different results.

#relationship_types

def relationship_types() -> ::Array<::String>
Returns
  • (::Array<::String>) —

    A list of relationship types to export, for example: INSTANCE_TO_INSTANCEGROUP. This field should only be specified if content_type=RELATIONSHIP.

    • If specified: it snapshots specified relationships. It returns an error if any of the [relationship_types] doesn't belong to the supported relationship types of the [asset_types] or if any of the [asset_types] doesn't belong to the source types of the [relationship_types].
    • Otherwise: it snapshots the supported relationships for all [asset_types] or returns an error if any of the [asset_types] has no relationship support. An unspecified asset types field means all supported asset_types. See Introduction to Cloud Asset Inventory for all supported asset types and relationship types.

#relationship_types=

def relationship_types=(value) -> ::Array<::String>
Parameter
  • value (::Array<::String>) —

    A list of relationship types to export, for example: INSTANCE_TO_INSTANCEGROUP. This field should only be specified if content_type=RELATIONSHIP.

    • If specified: it snapshots specified relationships. It returns an error if any of the [relationship_types] doesn't belong to the supported relationship types of the [asset_types] or if any of the [asset_types] doesn't belong to the source types of the [relationship_types].
    • Otherwise: it snapshots the supported relationships for all [asset_types] or returns an error if any of the [asset_types] has no relationship support. An unspecified asset types field means all supported asset_types. See Introduction to Cloud Asset Inventory for all supported asset types and relationship types.
Returns
  • (::Array<::String>) —

    A list of relationship types to export, for example: INSTANCE_TO_INSTANCEGROUP. This field should only be specified if content_type=RELATIONSHIP.

    • If specified: it snapshots specified relationships. It returns an error if any of the [relationship_types] doesn't belong to the supported relationship types of the [asset_types] or if any of the [asset_types] doesn't belong to the source types of the [relationship_types].
    • Otherwise: it snapshots the supported relationships for all [asset_types] or returns an error if any of the [asset_types] has no relationship support. An unspecified asset types field means all supported asset_types. See Introduction to Cloud Asset Inventory for all supported asset types and relationship types.