Cloud Data Loss Prevention (DLP) V2 API - Class Google::Cloud::Dlp::V2::CustomInfoType::DetectionRule::HotwordRule (v0.10.0)

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Reference documentation and code samples for the Cloud Data Loss Prevention (DLP) V2 API class Google::Cloud::Dlp::V2::CustomInfoType::DetectionRule::HotwordRule.

The rule that adjusts the likelihood of findings within a certain proximity of hotwords.

Inherits

  • Object

Extended By

  • Google::Protobuf::MessageExts::ClassMethods

Includes

  • Google::Protobuf::MessageExts

Methods

#hotword_regex

def hotword_regex() -> ::Google::Cloud::Dlp::V2::CustomInfoType::Regex
Returns

#hotword_regex=

def hotword_regex=(value) -> ::Google::Cloud::Dlp::V2::CustomInfoType::Regex
Parameter
Returns

#likelihood_adjustment

def likelihood_adjustment() -> ::Google::Cloud::Dlp::V2::CustomInfoType::DetectionRule::LikelihoodAdjustment
Returns

#likelihood_adjustment=

def likelihood_adjustment=(value) -> ::Google::Cloud::Dlp::V2::CustomInfoType::DetectionRule::LikelihoodAdjustment
Parameter
Returns

#proximity

def proximity() -> ::Google::Cloud::Dlp::V2::CustomInfoType::DetectionRule::Proximity
Returns
  • (::Google::Cloud::Dlp::V2::CustomInfoType::DetectionRule::Proximity) — Proximity of the finding within which the entire hotword must reside. The total length of the window cannot exceed 1000 characters. Note that the finding itself will be included in the window, so that hotwords may be used to match substrings of the finding itself. For example, the certainty of a phone number regex "(\d{3}) \d{3}-\d{4}" could be adjusted upwards if the area code is known to be the local area code of a company office using the hotword regex "(xxx)", where "xxx" is the area code in question.

#proximity=

def proximity=(value) -> ::Google::Cloud::Dlp::V2::CustomInfoType::DetectionRule::Proximity
Parameter
  • value (::Google::Cloud::Dlp::V2::CustomInfoType::DetectionRule::Proximity) — Proximity of the finding within which the entire hotword must reside. The total length of the window cannot exceed 1000 characters. Note that the finding itself will be included in the window, so that hotwords may be used to match substrings of the finding itself. For example, the certainty of a phone number regex "(\d{3}) \d{3}-\d{4}" could be adjusted upwards if the area code is known to be the local area code of a company office using the hotword regex "(xxx)", where "xxx" is the area code in question.
Returns
  • (::Google::Cloud::Dlp::V2::CustomInfoType::DetectionRule::Proximity) — Proximity of the finding within which the entire hotword must reside. The total length of the window cannot exceed 1000 characters. Note that the finding itself will be included in the window, so that hotwords may be used to match substrings of the finding itself. For example, the certainty of a phone number regex "(\d{3}) \d{3}-\d{4}" could be adjusted upwards if the area code is known to be the local area code of a company office using the hotword regex "(xxx)", where "xxx" is the area code in question.