GoogleApi.StorageTransfer.V1.Model.HttpData (google_api_storage_transfer v0.26.2) View Source

An HttpData resource specifies a list of objects on the web to be transferred over HTTP. The information of the objects to be transferred is contained in a file referenced by a URL. The first line in the file must be "TsvHttpData-1.0", which specifies the format of the file. Subsequent lines specify the information of the list of objects, one object per list entry. Each entry has the following tab-delimited fields: HTTP URL — The location of the object. Length — The size of the object in bytes. MD5 — The base64-encoded MD5 hash of the object. For an example of a valid TSV file, see Transferring data from URLs. When transferring data based on a URL list, keep the following in mind: When an object located at http(s)://hostname:port/ is transferred to a data sink, the name of the object at the data sink is /. If the specified size of an object does not match the actual size of the object fetched, the object will not be transferred. If the specified MD5 does not match the MD5 computed from the transferred bytes, the object transfer will fail. Ensure that each URL you specify is publicly accessible. For example, in Cloud Storage you can [share an object publicly] ( and get a link to it. Storage Transfer Service obeys robots.txt rules and requires the source HTTP server to support Range requests and to return a Content-Length header in each response. * ObjectConditions have no effect when filtering objects to transfer.


  • listUrl (type: String.t, default: nil) - Required. The URL that points to the file that stores the object list entries. This file must allow public access. Currently, only URLs with HTTP and HTTPS schemes are supported.

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Unwrap a decoded JSON object into its complex fields.

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t() :: %GoogleApi.StorageTransfer.V1.Model.HttpData{listUrl: String.t() | nil}

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decode(struct(), keyword()) :: struct()

Unwrap a decoded JSON object into its complex fields.