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chore: Update discovery artifacts (#1335)
## Discovery Artifact Change Summary:
alertcenterv1beta1[ [More details]](1cf2d15)
dataprocv1[ [More details]](5e0b5ac)
filev1beta1[ [More details]](f9837f0)
retailv2alpha[ [More details]](16b9239)

feat(alertcenter): update the api
chore(assuredworkloads): update the api
chore(bigqueryconnection): update the api
chore(classroom): update the api
chore(datamigration): update the api
feat(dataproc): update the api
chore(eventarc): update the api
feat(file): update the api
chore(playablelocations): update the api
feat(retail): update the api
chore(searchconsole): update the api
chore(servicecontrol): update the api
chore(speech): update the api
chore(vectortile): update the api
chore(docs): Add new discovery artifacts and reference documents
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  6. +1 鈭1 docs/dyn/retail_v2.projects.locations.catalogs.placements.html
  7. +3 鈭3 docs/dyn/retail_v2.projects.locations.catalogs.userEvents.html
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  10. +1 鈭1 docs/dyn/retail_v2beta.projects.locations.catalogs.placements.html
  11. +3 鈭3 docs/dyn/retail_v2beta.projects.locations.catalogs.userEvents.html
  12. +37 鈭29 docs/dyn/spanner_v1.projects.instances.databases.sessions.html
  13. +49 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/alertcenter.v1beta1.json
  14. +1 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/assuredworkloads.v1.json
  15. +1 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/bigqueryconnection.v1beta1.json
  16. +1 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/classroom.v1.json
  17. +1 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/datamigration.v1.json
  18. +1 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/datamigration.v1beta1.json
  19. +56 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/dataproc.v1.json
  20. +1 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/dataproc.v1beta2.json
  21. +1 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/eventarc.v1.json
  22. +7 鈭2 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/file.v1beta1.json
  23. +1 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/playablelocations.v3.json
  24. +2 鈭2 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/retail.v2.json
  25. +6 鈭2 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/retail.v2alpha.json
  26. +2 鈭2 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/retail.v2beta.json
  27. +1 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/searchconsole.v1.json
  28. +2 鈭2 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/servicecontrol.v1.json
  29. +2 鈭2 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/servicecontrol.v2.json
  30. +1 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/speech.v1.json
  31. +1 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/speech.v1p1beta1.json
  32. +1 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/speech.v2beta1.json
  33. +1 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/vectortile.v1.json

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@@ -119,6 +119,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;a_key&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;,
},
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Output only. The resource name of the backup, in the format projects/{project_id}/locations/{location_id}/backups/{backup_id}.
&quot;satisfiesPzs&quot;: True or False, # Output only. Reserved for future use.
&quot;sourceFileShare&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name of the file share in the source Cloud Filestore instance that the backup is created from.
&quot;sourceInstance&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The resource name of the source Cloud Filestore instance, in the format projects/{project_id}/locations/{location_id}/instances/{instance_id}, used to create this backup.
&quot;sourceInstanceTier&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Output only. The service tier of the source Cloud Filestore instance that this backup is created from.
@@ -214,6 +215,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;a_key&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;,
},
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Output only. The resource name of the backup, in the format projects/{project_id}/locations/{location_id}/backups/{backup_id}.
&quot;satisfiesPzs&quot;: True or False, # Output only. Reserved for future use.
&quot;sourceFileShare&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name of the file share in the source Cloud Filestore instance that the backup is created from.
&quot;sourceInstance&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The resource name of the source Cloud Filestore instance, in the format projects/{project_id}/locations/{location_id}/instances/{instance_id}, used to create this backup.
&quot;sourceInstanceTier&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Output only. The service tier of the source Cloud Filestore instance that this backup is created from.
@@ -251,6 +253,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;a_key&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;,
},
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Output only. The resource name of the backup, in the format projects/{project_id}/locations/{location_id}/backups/{backup_id}.
&quot;satisfiesPzs&quot;: True or False, # Output only. Reserved for future use.
&quot;sourceFileShare&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name of the file share in the source Cloud Filestore instance that the backup is created from.
&quot;sourceInstance&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The resource name of the source Cloud Filestore instance, in the format projects/{project_id}/locations/{location_id}/instances/{instance_id}, used to create this backup.
&quot;sourceInstanceTier&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Output only. The service tier of the source Cloud Filestore instance that this backup is created from.
@@ -297,6 +300,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;a_key&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;,
},
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Output only. The resource name of the backup, in the format projects/{project_id}/locations/{location_id}/backups/{backup_id}.
&quot;satisfiesPzs&quot;: True or False, # Output only. Reserved for future use.
&quot;sourceFileShare&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name of the file share in the source Cloud Filestore instance that the backup is created from.
&quot;sourceInstance&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The resource name of the source Cloud Filestore instance, in the format projects/{project_id}/locations/{location_id}/instances/{instance_id}, used to create this backup.
&quot;sourceInstanceTier&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Output only. The service tier of the source Cloud Filestore instance that this backup is created from.

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@@ -126,7 +126,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;a_key&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;,
},
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Immutable. The name of a Hub resource.
&quot;spokes&quot;: [ # Output only. A list of the URIs of all attached spokes. This field is deprecated and will not be included in future API versions. Call ListSpokes on each region instead.
&quot;spokes&quot;: [ # Output only. A list of the URIs of all attached spokes
&quot;A String&quot;,
],
&quot;state&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Output only. The current lifecycle state of this Hub.
@@ -222,7 +222,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;a_key&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;,
},
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Immutable. The name of a Hub resource.
&quot;spokes&quot;: [ # Output only. A list of the URIs of all attached spokes. This field is deprecated and will not be included in future API versions. Call ListSpokes on each region instead.
&quot;spokes&quot;: [ # Output only. A list of the URIs of all attached spokes
&quot;A String&quot;,
],
&quot;state&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Output only. The current lifecycle state of this Hub.
@@ -306,7 +306,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;a_key&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;,
},
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Immutable. The name of a Hub resource.
&quot;spokes&quot;: [ # Output only. A list of the URIs of all attached spokes. This field is deprecated and will not be included in future API versions. Call ListSpokes on each region instead.
&quot;spokes&quot;: [ # Output only. A list of the URIs of all attached spokes
&quot;A String&quot;,
],
&quot;state&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Output only. The current lifecycle state of this Hub.
@@ -351,7 +351,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;a_key&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;,
},
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Immutable. The name of a Hub resource.
&quot;spokes&quot;: [ # Output only. A list of the URIs of all attached spokes. This field is deprecated and will not be included in future API versions. Call ListSpokes on each region instead.
&quot;spokes&quot;: [ # Output only. A list of the URIs of all attached spokes
&quot;A String&quot;,
],
&quot;state&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Output only. The current lifecycle state of this Hub.
@@ -146,7 +146,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
Args:
name: string, The resource that owns the locations collection, if applicable. (required)
filter: string, A filter to narrow down results to a preferred subset. The filtering language accepts strings like &quot;displayName=tokyo&quot;, and is documented in more detail in [AIP-160](https://google.aip.dev/160).
pageSize: integer, The maximum number of results to return. If not set, the service selects a default.
pageSize: integer, The maximum number of results to return. If not set, the service will select a default.
pageToken: string, A page token received from the `next_page_token` field in the response. Send that page token to receive the subsequent page.
x__xgafv: string, V1 error format.
Allowed values
@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;params&quot;: { # Additional domain specific parameters for the predictions. Allowed values: * `returnProduct`: Boolean. If set to true, the associated product object will be returned in the `results.metadata` field in the prediction response. * `returnScore`: Boolean. If set to true, the prediction &#x27;score&#x27; corresponding to each returned product will be set in the `results.metadata` field in the prediction response. The given &#x27;score&#x27; indicates the probability of an product being clicked/purchased given the user&#x27;s context and history. * `strictFiltering`: Boolean. True by default. If set to false, the service will return generic (unfiltered) popular products instead of empty if your filter blocks all prediction results.
&quot;a_key&quot;: &quot;&quot;,
},
&quot;userEvent&quot;: { # UserEvent captures all metadata information Retail API needs to know about how end users interact with customers&#x27; website. # Required. Context about the user, what they are looking at and what action they took to trigger the predict request. Note that this user event detail won&#x27;t be ingested to userEvent logs. Thus, a separate userEvent write request is required for event logging.
&quot;userEvent&quot;: { # UserEvent captures all metadata information Retail API needs to know about how end users interact with customers&#x27; website. Next tag: 22 # Required. Context about the user, what they are looking at and what action they took to trigger the predict request. Note that this user event detail won&#x27;t be ingested to userEvent logs. Thus, a separate userEvent write request is required for event logging.
&quot;attributes&quot;: { # Extra user event features to include in the recommendation model. The key must be a UTF-8 encoded string with a length limit of 5,000 characters. Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned. For product recommendation, an example of extra user information is traffic_channel, i.e. how user arrives at the site. Users can arrive at the site by coming to the site directly, or coming through Google search, and etc.
&quot;a_key&quot;: { # A custom attribute that is not explicitly modeled in Product.
&quot;numbers&quot;: [ # The numerical values of this custom attribute. For example, `[2.3, 15.4]` when the key is &quot;lengths_cm&quot;. At most 400 values are allowed.Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned. Exactly one of text or numbers should be set. Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned.
@@ -155,7 +155,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
},
&quot;userEventInlineSource&quot;: { # The inline source for the input config for ImportUserEvents method. # Required. The Inline source for the input content for UserEvents.
&quot;userEvents&quot;: [ # Required. A list of user events to import. Recommended max of 10k items.
{ # UserEvent captures all metadata information Retail API needs to know about how end users interact with customers&#x27; website.
{ # UserEvent captures all metadata information Retail API needs to know about how end users interact with customers&#x27; website. Next tag: 22
&quot;attributes&quot;: { # Extra user event features to include in the recommendation model. The key must be a UTF-8 encoded string with a length limit of 5,000 characters. Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned. For product recommendation, an example of extra user information is traffic_channel, i.e. how user arrives at the site. Users can arrive at the site by coming to the site directly, or coming through Google search, and etc.
&quot;a_key&quot;: { # A custom attribute that is not explicitly modeled in Product.
&quot;numbers&quot;: [ # The numerical values of this custom attribute. For example, `[2.3, 15.4]` when the key is &quot;lengths_cm&quot;. At most 400 values are allowed.Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned. Exactly one of text or numbers should be set. Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned.
@@ -369,7 +369,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
body: object, The request body.
The object takes the form of:

{ # UserEvent captures all metadata information Retail API needs to know about how end users interact with customers&#x27; website.
{ # UserEvent captures all metadata information Retail API needs to know about how end users interact with customers&#x27; website. Next tag: 22
&quot;attributes&quot;: { # Extra user event features to include in the recommendation model. The key must be a UTF-8 encoded string with a length limit of 5,000 characters. Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned. For product recommendation, an example of extra user information is traffic_channel, i.e. how user arrives at the site. Users can arrive at the site by coming to the site directly, or coming through Google search, and etc.
&quot;a_key&quot;: { # A custom attribute that is not explicitly modeled in Product.
&quot;numbers&quot;: [ # The numerical values of this custom attribute. For example, `[2.3, 15.4]` when the key is &quot;lengths_cm&quot;. At most 400 values are allowed.Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned. Exactly one of text or numbers should be set. Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned.
@@ -464,7 +464,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
Returns:
An object of the form:

{ # UserEvent captures all metadata information Retail API needs to know about how end users interact with customers&#x27; website.
{ # UserEvent captures all metadata information Retail API needs to know about how end users interact with customers&#x27; website. Next tag: 22
&quot;attributes&quot;: { # Extra user event features to include in the recommendation model. The key must be a UTF-8 encoded string with a length limit of 5,000 characters. Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned. For product recommendation, an example of extra user information is traffic_channel, i.e. how user arrives at the site. Users can arrive at the site by coming to the site directly, or coming through Google search, and etc.
&quot;a_key&quot;: { # A custom attribute that is not explicitly modeled in Product.
&quot;numbers&quot;: [ # The numerical values of this custom attribute. For example, `[2.3, 15.4]` when the key is &quot;lengths_cm&quot;. At most 400 values are allowed.Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned. Exactly one of text or numbers should be set. Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned.
@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;params&quot;: { # Additional domain specific parameters for the predictions. Allowed values: * `returnProduct`: Boolean. If set to true, the associated product object will be returned in the `results.metadata` field in the prediction response. * `returnScore`: Boolean. If set to true, the prediction &#x27;score&#x27; corresponding to each returned product will be set in the `results.metadata` field in the prediction response. The given &#x27;score&#x27; indicates the probability of an product being clicked/purchased given the user&#x27;s context and history. * `strictFiltering`: Boolean. True by default. If set to false, the service will return generic (unfiltered) popular products instead of empty if your filter blocks all prediction results.
&quot;a_key&quot;: &quot;&quot;,
},
&quot;userEvent&quot;: { # UserEvent captures all metadata information Retail API needs to know about how end users interact with customers&#x27; website. # Required. Context about the user, what they are looking at and what action they took to trigger the predict request. Note that this user event detail won&#x27;t be ingested to userEvent logs. Thus, a separate userEvent write request is required for event logging.
&quot;userEvent&quot;: { # UserEvent captures all metadata information Retail API needs to know about how end users interact with customers&#x27; website. Next tag: 22 # Required. Context about the user, what they are looking at and what action they took to trigger the predict request. Note that this user event detail won&#x27;t be ingested to userEvent logs. Thus, a separate userEvent write request is required for event logging.
&quot;attributes&quot;: { # Extra user event features to include in the recommendation model. The key must be a UTF-8 encoded string with a length limit of 5,000 characters. Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned. For product recommendation, an example of extra user information is traffic_channel, i.e. how user arrives at the site. Users can arrive at the site by coming to the site directly, or coming through Google search, and etc.
&quot;a_key&quot;: { # A custom attribute that is not explicitly modeled in Product.
&quot;numbers&quot;: [ # The numerical values of this custom attribute. For example, `[2.3, 15.4]` when the key is &quot;lengths_cm&quot;. At most 400 values are allowed.Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned. Exactly one of text or numbers should be set. Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned.
@@ -182,6 +182,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
},
&quot;referrerUri&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The referrer URL of the current page. When using the client side event reporting with JavaScript pixel and Google Tag Manager, this value is filled in automatically.
&quot;searchQuery&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The user&#x27;s search query. The value must be a UTF-8 encoded string with a length limit of 5,000 characters. Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned. At least one of search_query or page_categories is required for `search` events. Other event types should not set this field. Otherwise, an INVALID_ARGUMENT error is returned.
&quot;sessionId&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Represents the user sessions to aggregate user behavior within a time period. If not set, heuristics will be used to autogenerate one.
&quot;uri&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Complete URL (window.location.href) of the user&#x27;s current page. When using the client side event reporting with JavaScript pixel and Google Tag Manager, this value is filled in automatically. Maximum length 5,000 characters.
&quot;userInfo&quot;: { # Information of an end user. # User information.
&quot;directUserRequest&quot;: True or False, # True if the request is made directly from the end user, in which case the ip_address and user_agent can be populated from the HTTP request. This flag should be set only if the API request is made directly from the end user such as a mobile app (and not if a gateway or a server is processing and pushing the user events). This should not be set when using the JavaScript tag in UserEventService.CollectUserEvent.

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