API Reference google_api_firebase_rules v0.16.3

Modules

API client metadata for GoogleApi.FirebaseRules.V1.

API calls for all endpoints tagged Projects.

Handle Tesla connections for GoogleApi.FirebaseRules.V1.

Arg matchers for the mock function.

A generic empty message that you can re-use to avoid defining duplicated empty messages in your APIs. A typical example is to use it as the request or the response type of an API method. For instance: service Foo { rpc Bar(google.protobuf.Empty) returns (google.protobuf.Empty); } The JSON representation for Empty is empty JSON object {}.

Describes where in a file an expression is found and what it was evaluated to over the course of its use.

File containing source content.

Represents a service-defined function call that was invoked during test execution.

Mock function definition. Mocks must refer to a function declared by the target service. The type of the function args and result will be inferred at test time. If either the arg or result values are not compatible with function type declaration, the request will be considered invalid. More than one FunctionMock may be provided for a given function name so long as the Arg matchers are distinct. There may be only one function for a given overload where all Arg values are Arg.any_value.

The response for FirebaseRulesService.GetReleaseExecutable

Issues include warnings, errors, and deprecation notices.

The response for FirebaseRulesService.ListReleases.

The response for FirebaseRulesService.ListRulesets.

Release is a named reference to a Ruleset. Once a Release refers to a Ruleset, rules-enabled services will be able to enforce the Ruleset.

Possible result values from the function mock invocation.

Ruleset is an immutable copy of Source with a globally unique identifier and a creation time.

Source is one or more File messages comprising a logical set of rules.

Position in the Source content including its line, column number, and an index of the File in the Source message. Used for debug purposes.

TestCase messages provide the request context and an expectation as to whether the given context will be allowed or denied. Test cases may specify the request, resource, and function_mocks to mock a function call to a service-provided function. The request object represents context present at request-time. The resource is the value of the target resource as it appears in persistent storage before the request is executed.

Test result message containing the state of the test as well as a description and source position for test failures.

The request for FirebaseRulesService.TestRuleset.

The response for FirebaseRulesService.TestRuleset.

TestSuite is a collection of TestCase instances that validate the logical correctness of a Ruleset. The TestSuite may be referenced in-line within a TestRuleset invocation or as part of a Release object as a pre-release check.

The request for FirebaseRulesService.UpdateRelease.

Tuple for how many times an Expression was evaluated to a particular ExpressionValue.

Store the position and access outcome for an expression visited in rules.