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chore: Update discovery artifacts (#1346)
## Discovery Artifact Change Summary:
datacatalogv1beta1[ [More details]](c26eace)

chore(classroom): update the api
feat(datacatalog): update the api
chore(metastore): update the api
chore(tpu): update the api
chore(docs): Add new discovery artifacts and reference documents
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  20. +1 鈭1 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/classroom.v1.json
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  22. +2 鈭2 googleapiclient/discovery_cache/documents/metastore.v1alpha.json
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@@ -126,7 +126,7 @@ <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
@@ -156,6 +156,17 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;updateTime&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The last-modified time of the resource within the given system.
},
&quot;type&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The type of the entry. Only used for Entries with types in the EntryType enum.
&quot;usageSignal&quot;: { # The set of all usage signals that we store in Data Catalog. # Output only. Statistics on the usage level of the resource.
&quot;updateTime&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The timestamp of the end of the usage statistics duration.
&quot;usageWithinTimeRange&quot;: { # Usage statistics over each of the pre-defined time ranges, supported strings for time ranges are {&quot;24H&quot;, &quot;7D&quot;, &quot;30D&quot;}.
&quot;a_key&quot;: { # Detailed counts on the entry&#x27;s usage. Caveats: - Only BigQuery tables have usage stats - The usage stats only inlude BigQuery query jobs - The usage stats might be underestimated, e.g. wildcard table references are not yet counted in usage computation https://cloud.google.com/bigquery/docs/querying-wildcard-tables
&quot;totalCancellations&quot;: 3.14, # The number of times that the underlying entry was attempted to be used but was cancelled by the user.
&quot;totalCompletions&quot;: 3.14, # The number of times that the underlying entry was successfully used.
&quot;totalExecutionTimeForCompletionsMillis&quot;: 3.14, # Total time spent (in milliseconds) during uses the resulted in completions.
&quot;totalFailures&quot;: 3.14, # The number of times that the underlying entry was attempted to be used but failed.
},
},
},
&quot;userSpecifiedSystem&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # This field indicates the entry&#x27;s source system that Data Catalog does not integrate with. `user_specified_system` strings must begin with a letter or underscore and can only contain letters, numbers, and underscores; are case insensitive; must be at least 1 character and at most 64 characters long.
&quot;userSpecifiedType&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Entry type if it does not fit any of the input-allowed values listed in `EntryType` enum above. When creating an entry, users should check the enum values first, if nothing matches the entry to be created, then provide a custom value, for example &quot;my_special_type&quot;. `user_specified_type` strings must begin with a letter or underscore and can only contain letters, numbers, and underscores; are case insensitive; must be at least 1 character and at most 64 characters long. Currently, only FILESET enum value is allowed. All other entries created through Data Catalog must use `user_specified_type`.
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@@ -383,7 +383,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},
@@ -1178,7 +1178,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},
@@ -1995,7 +1995,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},
@@ -2800,7 +2800,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},
@@ -3612,7 +3612,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},
@@ -4406,7 +4406,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},
@@ -383,7 +383,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},
@@ -1178,7 +1178,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},
@@ -1995,7 +1995,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},
@@ -2800,7 +2800,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},
@@ -3612,7 +3612,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},
@@ -4406,7 +4406,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},
@@ -372,7 +372,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},
@@ -1143,7 +1143,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},
@@ -2648,7 +2648,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},
@@ -3247,7 +3247,7 @@ <h3>Method Details</h3>
&quot;logicalOperator&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # The operator to apply to the result of conditions. Default and currently only supported value is `AND`.
},
},
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to. When you have columns that reference their position within a list, omit the index from the FieldId. FieldId name matching ignores the index. For example, instead of &quot;contact.nums[0].type&quot;, use &quot;contact.nums.type&quot;.
&quot;fields&quot;: [ # Required. Input field(s) to apply the transformation to.
{ # General identifier of a data field in a storage service.
&quot;name&quot;: &quot;A String&quot;, # Name describing the field.
},

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