Update a workflow using Python or Ruby

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Updates a workflow using Python or Ruby.

Code sample

C#

Before trying this sample, follow the C# setup instructions in the Workflows quickstart using client libraries. For more information, see the Workflows C# API reference documentation.

using Google.Cloud.Workflows.V1;
using Google.LongRunning;
using Google.Protobuf.WellKnownTypes;

public sealed partial class GeneratedWorkflowsClientSnippets
{
    /// <summary>Snippet for UpdateWorkflow</summary>
    /// <remarks>
    /// This snippet has been automatically generated for illustrative purposes only.
    /// It may require modifications to work in your environment.
    /// </remarks>
    public void UpdateWorkflowRequestObject()
    {
        // Create client
        WorkflowsClient workflowsClient = WorkflowsClient.Create();
        // Initialize request argument(s)
        UpdateWorkflowRequest request = new UpdateWorkflowRequest
        {
            Workflow = new Workflow(),
            UpdateMask = new FieldMask(),
        };
        // Make the request
        Operation<Workflow, OperationMetadata> response = workflowsClient.UpdateWorkflow(request);

        // Poll until the returned long-running operation is complete
        Operation<Workflow, OperationMetadata> completedResponse = response.PollUntilCompleted();
        // Retrieve the operation result
        Workflow result = completedResponse.Result;

        // Or get the name of the operation
        string operationName = response.Name;
        // This name can be stored, then the long-running operation retrieved later by name
        Operation<Workflow, OperationMetadata> retrievedResponse = workflowsClient.PollOnceUpdateWorkflow(operationName);
        // Check if the retrieved long-running operation has completed
        if (retrievedResponse.IsCompleted)
        {
            // If it has completed, then access the result
            Workflow retrievedResult = retrievedResponse.Result;
        }
    }
}

Python

Before trying this sample, follow the Python setup instructions in the Workflows quickstart using client libraries. For more information, see the Workflows Python API reference documentation.

# This snippet has been automatically generated and should be regarded as a
# code template only.
# It will require modifications to work:
# - It may require correct/in-range values for request initialization.
# - It may require specifying regional endpoints when creating the service
#   client as shown in:
#   https://googleapis.dev/python/google-api-core/latest/client_options.html
from google.cloud import workflows_v1


def sample_update_workflow():
    # Create a client
    client = workflows_v1.WorkflowsClient()

    # Initialize request argument(s)
    workflow = workflows_v1.Workflow()
    workflow.source_contents = "source_contents_value"

    request = workflows_v1.UpdateWorkflowRequest(
        workflow=workflow,
    )

    # Make the request
    operation = client.update_workflow(request=request)

    print("Waiting for operation to complete...")

    response = operation.result()

    # Handle the response
    print(response)

Ruby

Before trying this sample, follow the Ruby setup instructions in the Workflows quickstart using client libraries. For more information, see the Workflows Ruby API reference documentation.

require "google/cloud/workflows/v1"

# Create a client object. The client can be reused for multiple calls.
client = Google::Cloud::Workflows::V1::Workflows::Client.new

# Create a request. To set request fields, pass in keyword arguments.
request = Google::Cloud::Workflows::V1::UpdateWorkflowRequest.new

# Call the update_workflow method.
result = client.update_workflow request

# The returned object is of type Gapic::Operation. You can use this
# object to check the status of an operation, cancel it, or wait
# for results. Here is how to block until completion:
result.wait_until_done! timeout: 60
if result.response?
  p result.response
else
  puts "Error!"
end

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