Retail V2 API - Class Google::Cloud::Retail::V2::SearchRequest::FacetSpec::FacetKey (v0.11.0)

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Reference documentation and code samples for the Retail V2 API class Google::Cloud::Retail::V2::SearchRequest::FacetSpec::FacetKey.

Specifies how a facet is computed.

Inherits

  • Object

Extended By

  • Google::Protobuf::MessageExts::ClassMethods

Includes

  • Google::Protobuf::MessageExts

Methods

#case_insensitive

def case_insensitive() -> ::Boolean
Returns
  • (::Boolean) — True to make facet keys case insensitive when getting faceting values with prefixes or contains; false otherwise.

#case_insensitive=

def case_insensitive=(value) -> ::Boolean
Parameter
  • value (::Boolean) — True to make facet keys case insensitive when getting faceting values with prefixes or contains; false otherwise.
Returns
  • (::Boolean) — True to make facet keys case insensitive when getting faceting values with prefixes or contains; false otherwise.

#contains

def contains() -> ::Array<::String>
Returns
  • (::Array<::String>) — Only get facet values that contains the given strings. For example, suppose "categories" has three values "Women > Shoe", "Women > Dress" and "Men > Shoe". If set "contains" to "Shoe", the "categories" facet will give only "Women > Shoe" and "Men > Shoe". Only supported on textual fields. Maximum is 10.

#contains=

def contains=(value) -> ::Array<::String>
Parameter
  • value (::Array<::String>) — Only get facet values that contains the given strings. For example, suppose "categories" has three values "Women > Shoe", "Women > Dress" and "Men > Shoe". If set "contains" to "Shoe", the "categories" facet will give only "Women > Shoe" and "Men > Shoe". Only supported on textual fields. Maximum is 10.
Returns
  • (::Array<::String>) — Only get facet values that contains the given strings. For example, suppose "categories" has three values "Women > Shoe", "Women > Dress" and "Men > Shoe". If set "contains" to "Shoe", the "categories" facet will give only "Women > Shoe" and "Men > Shoe". Only supported on textual fields. Maximum is 10.

#intervals

def intervals() -> ::Array<::Google::Cloud::Retail::V2::Interval>
Returns
  • (::Array<::Google::Cloud::Retail::V2::Interval>) — Set only if values should be bucketized into intervals. Must be set for facets with numerical values. Must not be set for facet with text values. Maximum number of intervals is 30.

#intervals=

def intervals=(value) -> ::Array<::Google::Cloud::Retail::V2::Interval>
Parameter
  • value (::Array<::Google::Cloud::Retail::V2::Interval>) — Set only if values should be bucketized into intervals. Must be set for facets with numerical values. Must not be set for facet with text values. Maximum number of intervals is 30.
Returns
  • (::Array<::Google::Cloud::Retail::V2::Interval>) — Set only if values should be bucketized into intervals. Must be set for facets with numerical values. Must not be set for facet with text values. Maximum number of intervals is 30.

#key

def key() -> ::String
Returns
  • (::String) —

    Required. Supported textual and numerical facet keys in Product object, over which the facet values are computed. Facet key is case-sensitive.

    Allowed facet keys when FacetKey.query is not specified:

    • textual_field =

      • "brands"
      • "categories"
      • "genders"
      • "ageGroups"
      • "availability"
      • "colorFamilies"
      • "colors"
      • "sizes"
      • "materials"
      • "patterns"
      • "conditions"
      • "attributes.key"
      • "pickupInStore"
      • "shipToStore"
      • "sameDayDelivery"
      • "nextDayDelivery"
      • "customFulfillment1"
      • "customFulfillment2"
      • "customFulfillment3"
      • "customFulfillment4"
      • "customFulfillment5"
      • "inventory(place_id,attributes.key)"
    • numerical_field =

      • "price"
      • "discount"
      • "rating"
      • "ratingCount"
      • "attributes.key"
      • "inventory(place_id,price)"
      • "inventory(place_id,original_price)"
      • "inventory(place_id,attributes.key)"

#key=

def key=(value) -> ::String
Parameter
  • value (::String) —

    Required. Supported textual and numerical facet keys in Product object, over which the facet values are computed. Facet key is case-sensitive.

    Allowed facet keys when FacetKey.query is not specified:

    • textual_field =

      • "brands"
      • "categories"
      • "genders"
      • "ageGroups"
      • "availability"
      • "colorFamilies"
      • "colors"
      • "sizes"
      • "materials"
      • "patterns"
      • "conditions"
      • "attributes.key"
      • "pickupInStore"
      • "shipToStore"
      • "sameDayDelivery"
      • "nextDayDelivery"
      • "customFulfillment1"
      • "customFulfillment2"
      • "customFulfillment3"
      • "customFulfillment4"
      • "customFulfillment5"
      • "inventory(place_id,attributes.key)"
    • numerical_field =

      • "price"
      • "discount"
      • "rating"
      • "ratingCount"
      • "attributes.key"
      • "inventory(place_id,price)"
      • "inventory(place_id,original_price)"
      • "inventory(place_id,attributes.key)"
Returns
  • (::String) —

    Required. Supported textual and numerical facet keys in Product object, over which the facet values are computed. Facet key is case-sensitive.

    Allowed facet keys when FacetKey.query is not specified:

    • textual_field =

      • "brands"
      • "categories"
      • "genders"
      • "ageGroups"
      • "availability"
      • "colorFamilies"
      • "colors"
      • "sizes"
      • "materials"
      • "patterns"
      • "conditions"
      • "attributes.key"
      • "pickupInStore"
      • "shipToStore"
      • "sameDayDelivery"
      • "nextDayDelivery"
      • "customFulfillment1"
      • "customFulfillment2"
      • "customFulfillment3"
      • "customFulfillment4"
      • "customFulfillment5"
      • "inventory(place_id,attributes.key)"
    • numerical_field =

      • "price"
      • "discount"
      • "rating"
      • "ratingCount"
      • "attributes.key"
      • "inventory(place_id,price)"
      • "inventory(place_id,original_price)"
      • "inventory(place_id,attributes.key)"

#order_by

def order_by() -> ::String
Returns

#order_by=

def order_by=(value) -> ::String
Parameter
Returns

#prefixes

def prefixes() -> ::Array<::String>
Returns
  • (::Array<::String>) — Only get facet values that start with the given string prefix. For example, suppose "categories" has three values "Women > Shoe", "Women > Dress" and "Men > Shoe". If set "prefixes" to "Women", the "categories" facet will give only "Women > Shoe" and "Women > Dress". Only supported on textual fields. Maximum is 10.

#prefixes=

def prefixes=(value) -> ::Array<::String>
Parameter
  • value (::Array<::String>) — Only get facet values that start with the given string prefix. For example, suppose "categories" has three values "Women > Shoe", "Women > Dress" and "Men > Shoe". If set "prefixes" to "Women", the "categories" facet will give only "Women > Shoe" and "Women > Dress". Only supported on textual fields. Maximum is 10.
Returns
  • (::Array<::String>) — Only get facet values that start with the given string prefix. For example, suppose "categories" has three values "Women > Shoe", "Women > Dress" and "Men > Shoe". If set "prefixes" to "Women", the "categories" facet will give only "Women > Shoe" and "Women > Dress". Only supported on textual fields. Maximum is 10.

#query

def query() -> ::String
Returns
  • (::String) — The query that is used to compute facet for the given facet key. When provided, it will override the default behavior of facet computation. The query syntax is the same as a filter expression. See SearchRequest.filter for detail syntax and limitations. Notice that there is no limitation on FacetKey.key when query is specified.

    In the response, SearchResponse.Facet.values.value will be always "1" and SearchResponse.Facet.values.count will be the number of results that match the query.

    For example, you can set a customized facet for "shipToStore", where FacetKey.key is "customizedShipToStore", and FacetKey.query is "availability: ANY(\"IN_STOCK\") AND shipToStore: ANY(\"123\")". Then the facet will count the products that are both in stock and ship to store "123".

#query=

def query=(value) -> ::String
Parameter
  • value (::String) — The query that is used to compute facet for the given facet key. When provided, it will override the default behavior of facet computation. The query syntax is the same as a filter expression. See SearchRequest.filter for detail syntax and limitations. Notice that there is no limitation on FacetKey.key when query is specified.

    In the response, SearchResponse.Facet.values.value will be always "1" and SearchResponse.Facet.values.count will be the number of results that match the query.

    For example, you can set a customized facet for "shipToStore", where FacetKey.key is "customizedShipToStore", and FacetKey.query is "availability: ANY(\"IN_STOCK\") AND shipToStore: ANY(\"123\")". Then the facet will count the products that are both in stock and ship to store "123".

Returns
  • (::String) — The query that is used to compute facet for the given facet key. When provided, it will override the default behavior of facet computation. The query syntax is the same as a filter expression. See SearchRequest.filter for detail syntax and limitations. Notice that there is no limitation on FacetKey.key when query is specified.

    In the response, SearchResponse.Facet.values.value will be always "1" and SearchResponse.Facet.values.count will be the number of results that match the query.

    For example, you can set a customized facet for "shipToStore", where FacetKey.key is "customizedShipToStore", and FacetKey.query is "availability: ANY(\"IN_STOCK\") AND shipToStore: ANY(\"123\")". Then the facet will count the products that are both in stock and ship to store "123".

#restricted_values

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

    Only get facet for the given restricted values. For example, when using "pickupInStore" as key and set restricted values to ["store123", "store456"], only facets for "store123" and "store456" are returned. Only supported on predefined textual fields, custom textual attributes and fulfillments. Maximum is 20.

    Must be set for the fulfillment facet keys:

    • pickupInStore

    • shipToStore

    • sameDayDelivery

    • nextDayDelivery

    • customFulfillment1

    • customFulfillment2

    • customFulfillment3

    • customFulfillment4

    • customFulfillment5

#restricted_values=

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

    Only get facet for the given restricted values. For example, when using "pickupInStore" as key and set restricted values to ["store123", "store456"], only facets for "store123" and "store456" are returned. Only supported on predefined textual fields, custom textual attributes and fulfillments. Maximum is 20.

    Must be set for the fulfillment facet keys:

    • pickupInStore

    • shipToStore

    • sameDayDelivery

    • nextDayDelivery

    • customFulfillment1

    • customFulfillment2

    • customFulfillment3

    • customFulfillment4

    • customFulfillment5

Returns
  • (::Array<::String>) —

    Only get facet for the given restricted values. For example, when using "pickupInStore" as key and set restricted values to ["store123", "store456"], only facets for "store123" and "store456" are returned. Only supported on predefined textual fields, custom textual attributes and fulfillments. Maximum is 20.

    Must be set for the fulfillment facet keys:

    • pickupInStore

    • shipToStore

    • sameDayDelivery

    • nextDayDelivery

    • customFulfillment1

    • customFulfillment2

    • customFulfillment3

    • customFulfillment4

    • customFulfillment5

#return_min_max

def return_min_max() -> ::Boolean
Returns
  • (::Boolean) — Returns the min and max value for each numerical facet intervals. Ignored for textual facets.

#return_min_max=

def return_min_max=(value) -> ::Boolean
Parameter
  • value (::Boolean) — Returns the min and max value for each numerical facet intervals. Ignored for textual facets.
Returns
  • (::Boolean) — Returns the min and max value for each numerical facet intervals. Ignored for textual facets.