Google Cloud Compute V1 API - Class Google::Cloud::Compute::V1::HttpHeaderMatch (v1.3.0)

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Reference documentation and code samples for the Google Cloud Compute V1 API class Google::Cloud::Compute::V1::HttpHeaderMatch.

matchRule criteria for request header matches.

Inherits

  • Object

Extended By

  • Google::Protobuf::MessageExts::ClassMethods

Includes

  • Google::Protobuf::MessageExts

Methods

#exact_match

def exact_match() -> ::String
Returns
  • (::String) — The value should exactly match contents of exactMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

#exact_match=

def exact_match=(value) -> ::String
Parameter
  • value (::String) — The value should exactly match contents of exactMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.
Returns
  • (::String) — The value should exactly match contents of exactMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

#header_name

def header_name() -> ::String
Returns
  • (::String) — The name of the HTTP header to match. For matching against the HTTP request's authority, use a headerMatch with the header name ":authority". For matching a request's method, use the headerName ":method". When the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true, only non-binary user-specified custom metadata and the content-type header are supported. The following transport-level headers cannot be used in header matching rules: :authority, :method, :path, :scheme, user-agent, accept-encoding, content-encoding, grpc-accept-encoding, grpc-encoding, grpc-previous-rpc-attempts, grpc-tags-bin, grpc-timeout and grpc-trace-bin.

#header_name=

def header_name=(value) -> ::String
Parameter
  • value (::String) — The name of the HTTP header to match. For matching against the HTTP request's authority, use a headerMatch with the header name ":authority". For matching a request's method, use the headerName ":method". When the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true, only non-binary user-specified custom metadata and the content-type header are supported. The following transport-level headers cannot be used in header matching rules: :authority, :method, :path, :scheme, user-agent, accept-encoding, content-encoding, grpc-accept-encoding, grpc-encoding, grpc-previous-rpc-attempts, grpc-tags-bin, grpc-timeout and grpc-trace-bin.
Returns
  • (::String) — The name of the HTTP header to match. For matching against the HTTP request's authority, use a headerMatch with the header name ":authority". For matching a request's method, use the headerName ":method". When the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true, only non-binary user-specified custom metadata and the content-type header are supported. The following transport-level headers cannot be used in header matching rules: :authority, :method, :path, :scheme, user-agent, accept-encoding, content-encoding, grpc-accept-encoding, grpc-encoding, grpc-previous-rpc-attempts, grpc-tags-bin, grpc-timeout and grpc-trace-bin.

#invert_match

def invert_match() -> ::Boolean
Returns
  • (::Boolean) — If set to false, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are met. If set to true, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are NOT met. The default setting is false.

#invert_match=

def invert_match=(value) -> ::Boolean
Parameter
  • value (::Boolean) — If set to false, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are met. If set to true, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are NOT met. The default setting is false.
Returns
  • (::Boolean) — If set to false, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are met. If set to true, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are NOT met. The default setting is false.

#prefix_match

def prefix_match() -> ::String
Returns
  • (::String) — The value of the header must start with the contents of prefixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

#prefix_match=

def prefix_match=(value) -> ::String
Parameter
  • value (::String) — The value of the header must start with the contents of prefixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.
Returns
  • (::String) — The value of the header must start with the contents of prefixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

#present_match

def present_match() -> ::Boolean
Returns
  • (::Boolean) — A header with the contents of headerName must exist. The match takes place whether or not the request's header has a value. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

#present_match=

def present_match=(value) -> ::Boolean
Parameter
  • value (::Boolean) — A header with the contents of headerName must exist. The match takes place whether or not the request's header has a value. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.
Returns
  • (::Boolean) — A header with the contents of headerName must exist. The match takes place whether or not the request's header has a value. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

#range_match

def range_match() -> ::Google::Cloud::Compute::V1::Int64RangeMatch
Returns
  • (::Google::Cloud::Compute::V1::Int64RangeMatch) — The header value must be an integer and its value must be in the range specified in rangeMatch. If the header does not contain an integer, number or is empty, the match fails. For example for a range [-5, 0] - -3 will match. - 0 will not match. - 0.25 will not match. - -3someString will not match. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. rangeMatch is not supported for load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL.

#range_match=

def range_match=(value) -> ::Google::Cloud::Compute::V1::Int64RangeMatch
Parameter
  • value (::Google::Cloud::Compute::V1::Int64RangeMatch) — The header value must be an integer and its value must be in the range specified in rangeMatch. If the header does not contain an integer, number or is empty, the match fails. For example for a range [-5, 0] - -3 will match. - 0 will not match. - 0.25 will not match. - -3someString will not match. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. rangeMatch is not supported for load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL.
Returns
  • (::Google::Cloud::Compute::V1::Int64RangeMatch) — The header value must be an integer and its value must be in the range specified in rangeMatch. If the header does not contain an integer, number or is empty, the match fails. For example for a range [-5, 0] - -3 will match. - 0 will not match. - 0.25 will not match. - -3someString will not match. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. rangeMatch is not supported for load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL.

#regex_match

def regex_match() -> ::String
Returns
  • (::String) — The value of the header must match the regular expression specified in regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. For matching against a port specified in the HTTP request, use a headerMatch with headerName set to PORT and a regular expression that satisfies the RFC2616 Host header's port specifier. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. regexMatch only applies to load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

#regex_match=

def regex_match=(value) -> ::String
Parameter
  • value (::String) — The value of the header must match the regular expression specified in regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. For matching against a port specified in the HTTP request, use a headerMatch with headerName set to PORT and a regular expression that satisfies the RFC2616 Host header's port specifier. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. regexMatch only applies to load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.
Returns
  • (::String) — The value of the header must match the regular expression specified in regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. For matching against a port specified in the HTTP request, use a headerMatch with headerName set to PORT and a regular expression that satisfies the RFC2616 Host header's port specifier. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. regexMatch only applies to load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

#suffix_match

def suffix_match() -> ::String
Returns
  • (::String) — The value of the header must end with the contents of suffixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

#suffix_match=

def suffix_match=(value) -> ::String
Parameter
  • value (::String) — The value of the header must end with the contents of suffixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.
Returns
  • (::String) — The value of the header must end with the contents of suffixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.