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feat: update protos in the repo from googleapis (#169)
The proto files were not in sync with the java files shipped with the artidact Id. 
Now the protos get copied directly from googleapis to java-common-protos repo to keep them in sync with each other.

Fixes #134
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Neenu1995 committed May 20, 2021
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@@ -9,3 +9,4 @@ ignoreAuthors:
- 'renovate-bot'
- 'yoshi-automation'
- 'release-please[bot]'
- 'gcf-owl-bot[bot]'
@@ -23,8 +23,8 @@ cd ${scriptDir}/..
# include common functions
source ${scriptDir}/common.sh

# Print out Java version
java -version
# Print out Maven & Java version
mvn -version
echo ${JOB_TYPE}

# attempt to install 3 times with exponential backoff (starting with 10 seconds)
@@ -42,6 +42,8 @@ mvn clean site -B -q -P docFX

# copy README to docfx-yml dir and rename index.md
cp README.md target/docfx-yml/index.md
# copy CHANGELOG to docfx-yml dir and rename history.md
cp CHANGELOG.md target/docfx-yml/history.md

pushd target/docfx-yml

@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
// Copyright (c) 2015, Google Inc.
// Copyright 2015 Google LLC
//
// Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
// you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
@@ -0,0 +1,343 @@
// Copyright 2020 Google LLC
//
// Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
// you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
// You may obtain a copy of the License at
//
// http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
//
// Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
// distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
// WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
// See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
// limitations under the License.

syntax = "proto3";

package google.rpc.context;

import "google/protobuf/any.proto";
import "google/protobuf/duration.proto";
import "google/protobuf/struct.proto";
import "google/protobuf/timestamp.proto";

option cc_enable_arenas = true;
option go_package = "google.golang.org/genproto/googleapis/rpc/context/attribute_context;attribute_context";
option java_multiple_files = true;
option java_outer_classname = "AttributeContextProto";
option java_package = "com.google.rpc.context";

// This message defines the standard attribute vocabulary for Google APIs.
//
// An attribute is a piece of metadata that describes an activity on a network
// service. For example, the size of an HTTP request, or the status code of
// an HTTP response.
//
// Each attribute has a type and a name, which is logically defined as
// a proto message field in `AttributeContext`. The field type becomes the
// attribute type, and the field path becomes the attribute name. For example,
// the attribute `source.ip` maps to field `AttributeContext.source.ip`.
//
// This message definition is guaranteed not to have any wire breaking change.
// So you can use it directly for passing attributes across different systems.
//
// NOTE: Different system may generate different subset of attributes. Please
// verify the system specification before relying on an attribute generated
// a system.
message AttributeContext {
// This message defines attributes for a node that handles a network request.
// The node can be either a service or an application that sends, forwards,
// or receives the request. Service peers should fill in
// `principal` and `labels` as appropriate.
message Peer {
// The IP address of the peer.
string ip = 1;

// The network port of the peer.
int64 port = 2;

// The labels associated with the peer.
map<string, string> labels = 6;

// The identity of this peer. Similar to `Request.auth.principal`, but
// relative to the peer instead of the request. For example, the
// idenity associated with a load balancer that forwared the request.
string principal = 7;

// The CLDR country/region code associated with the above IP address.
// If the IP address is private, the `region_code` should reflect the
// physical location where this peer is running.
string region_code = 8;
}

// This message defines attributes associated with API operations, such as
// a network API request. The terminology is based on the conventions used
// by Google APIs, Istio, and OpenAPI.
message Api {
// The API service name. It is a logical identifier for a networked API,
// such as "pubsub.googleapis.com". The naming syntax depends on the
// API management system being used for handling the request.
string service = 1;

// The API operation name. For gRPC requests, it is the fully qualified API
// method name, such as "google.pubsub.v1.Publisher.Publish". For OpenAPI
// requests, it is the `operationId`, such as "getPet".
string operation = 2;

// The API protocol used for sending the request, such as "http", "https",
// "grpc", or "internal".
string protocol = 3;

// The API version associated with the API operation above, such as "v1" or
// "v1alpha1".
string version = 4;
}

// This message defines request authentication attributes. Terminology is
// based on the JSON Web Token (JWT) standard, but the terms also
// correlate to concepts in other standards.
message Auth {
// The authenticated principal. Reflects the issuer (`iss`) and subject
// (`sub`) claims within a JWT. The issuer and subject should be `/`
// delimited, with `/` percent-encoded within the subject fragment. For
// Google accounts, the principal format is:
// "https://accounts.google.com/{id}"
string principal = 1;

// The intended audience(s) for this authentication information. Reflects
// the audience (`aud`) claim within a JWT. The audience
// value(s) depends on the `issuer`, but typically include one or more of
// the following pieces of information:
//
// * The services intended to receive the credential. For example,
// ["https://pubsub.googleapis.com/", "https://storage.googleapis.com/"].
// * A set of service-based scopes. For example,
// ["https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform"].
// * The client id of an app, such as the Firebase project id for JWTs
// from Firebase Auth.
//
// Consult the documentation for the credential issuer to determine the
// information provided.
repeated string audiences = 2;

// The authorized presenter of the credential. Reflects the optional
// Authorized Presenter (`azp`) claim within a JWT or the
// OAuth client id. For example, a Google Cloud Platform client id looks
// as follows: "123456789012.apps.googleusercontent.com".
string presenter = 3;

// Structured claims presented with the credential. JWTs include
// `{key: value}` pairs for standard and private claims. The following
// is a subset of the standard required and optional claims that would
// typically be presented for a Google-based JWT:
//
// {'iss': 'accounts.google.com',
// 'sub': '113289723416554971153',
// 'aud': ['123456789012', 'pubsub.googleapis.com'],
// 'azp': '123456789012.apps.googleusercontent.com',
// 'email': 'jsmith@example.com',
// 'iat': 1353601026,
// 'exp': 1353604926}
//
// SAML assertions are similarly specified, but with an identity provider
// dependent structure.
google.protobuf.Struct claims = 4;

// A list of access level resource names that allow resources to be
// accessed by authenticated requester. It is part of Secure GCP processing
// for the incoming request. An access level string has the format:
// "//{api_service_name}/accessPolicies/{policy_id}/accessLevels/{short_name}"
//
// Example:
// "//accesscontextmanager.googleapis.com/accessPolicies/MY_POLICY_ID/accessLevels/MY_LEVEL"
repeated string access_levels = 5;
}

// This message defines attributes for an HTTP request. If the actual
// request is not an HTTP request, the runtime system should try to map
// the actual request to an equivalent HTTP request.
message Request {
// The unique ID for a request, which can be propagated to downstream
// systems. The ID should have low probability of collision
// within a single day for a specific service.
string id = 1;

// The HTTP request method, such as `GET`, `POST`.
string method = 2;

// The HTTP request headers. If multiple headers share the same key, they
// must be merged according to the HTTP spec. All header keys must be
// lowercased, because HTTP header keys are case-insensitive.
map<string, string> headers = 3;

// The HTTP URL path.
string path = 4;

// The HTTP request `Host` header value.
string host = 5;

// The HTTP URL scheme, such as `http` and `https`.
string scheme = 6;

// The HTTP URL query in the format of `name1=value1&name2=value2`, as it
// appears in the first line of the HTTP request. No decoding is performed.
string query = 7;

// The timestamp when the `destination` service receives the last byte of
// the request.
google.protobuf.Timestamp time = 9;

// The HTTP request size in bytes. If unknown, it must be -1.
int64 size = 10;

// The network protocol used with the request, such as "http/1.1",
// "spdy/3", "h2", "h2c", "webrtc", "tcp", "udp", "quic". See
// https://www.iana.org/assignments/tls-extensiontype-values/tls-extensiontype-values.xhtml#alpn-protocol-ids
// for details.
string protocol = 11;

// A special parameter for request reason. It is used by security systems
// to associate auditing information with a request.
string reason = 12;

// The request authentication. May be absent for unauthenticated requests.
// Derived from the HTTP request `Authorization` header or equivalent.
Auth auth = 13;
}

// This message defines attributes for a typical network response. It
// generally models semantics of an HTTP response.
message Response {
// The HTTP response status code, such as `200` and `404`.
int64 code = 1;

// The HTTP response size in bytes. If unknown, it must be -1.
int64 size = 2;

// The HTTP response headers. If multiple headers share the same key, they
// must be merged according to HTTP spec. All header keys must be
// lowercased, because HTTP header keys are case-insensitive.
map<string, string> headers = 3;

// The timestamp when the `destination` service sends the last byte of
// the response.
google.protobuf.Timestamp time = 4;

// The length of time it takes the backend service to fully respond to a
// request. Measured from when the destination service starts to send the
// request to the backend until when the destination service receives the
// complete response from the backend.
google.protobuf.Duration backend_latency = 5;
}

// This message defines core attributes for a resource. A resource is an
// addressable (named) entity provided by the destination service. For
// example, a file stored on a network storage service.
message Resource {
// The name of the service that this resource belongs to, such as
// `pubsub.googleapis.com`. The service may be different from the DNS
// hostname that actually serves the request.
string service = 1;

// The stable identifier (name) of a resource on the `service`. A resource
// can be logically identified as "//{resource.service}/{resource.name}".
// The differences between a resource name and a URI are:
//
// * Resource name is a logical identifier, independent of network
// protocol and API version. For example,
// `//pubsub.googleapis.com/projects/123/topics/news-feed`.
// * URI often includes protocol and version information, so it can
// be used directly by applications. For example,
// `https://pubsub.googleapis.com/v1/projects/123/topics/news-feed`.
//
// See https://cloud.google.com/apis/design/resource_names for details.
string name = 2;

// The type of the resource. The syntax is platform-specific because
// different platforms define their resources differently.
//
// For Google APIs, the type format must be "{service}/{kind}".
string type = 3;

// The labels or tags on the resource, such as AWS resource tags and
// Kubernetes resource labels.
map<string, string> labels = 4;

// The unique identifier of the resource. UID is unique in the time
// and space for this resource within the scope of the service. It is
// typically generated by the server on successful creation of a resource
// and must not be changed. UID is used to uniquely identify resources
// with resource name reuses. This should be a UUID4.
string uid = 5;

// Annotations is an unstructured key-value map stored with a resource that
// may be set by external tools to store and retrieve arbitrary metadata.
// They are not queryable and should be preserved when modifying objects.
//
// More info: https://kubernetes.io/docs/user-guide/annotations
map<string, string> annotations = 6;

// Mutable. The display name set by clients. Must be <= 63 characters.
string display_name = 7;

// Output only. The timestamp when the resource was created. This may
// be either the time creation was initiated or when it was completed.
google.protobuf.Timestamp create_time = 8;

// Output only. The timestamp when the resource was last updated. Any
// change to the resource made by users must refresh this value.
// Changes to a resource made by the service should refresh this value.
google.protobuf.Timestamp update_time = 9;

// Output only. The timestamp when the resource was deleted.
// If the resource is not deleted, this must be empty.
google.protobuf.Timestamp delete_time = 10;

// Output only. An opaque value that uniquely identifies a version or
// generation of a resource. It can be used to confirm that the client
// and server agree on the ordering of a resource being written.
string etag = 11;

// Immutable. The location of the resource. The location encoding is
// specific to the service provider, and new encoding may be introduced
// as the service evolves.
//
// For Google Cloud products, the encoding is what is used by Google Cloud
// APIs, such as `us-east1`, `aws-us-east-1`, and `azure-eastus2`. The
// semantics of `location` is identical to the
// `cloud.googleapis.com/location` label used by some Google Cloud APIs.
string location = 12;
}

// The origin of a network activity. In a multi hop network activity,
// the origin represents the sender of the first hop. For the first hop,
// the `source` and the `origin` must have the same content.
Peer origin = 7;

// The source of a network activity, such as starting a TCP connection.
// In a multi hop network activity, the source represents the sender of the
// last hop.
Peer source = 1;

// The destination of a network activity, such as accepting a TCP connection.
// In a multi hop network activity, the destination represents the receiver of
// the last hop.
Peer destination = 2;

// Represents a network request, such as an HTTP request.
Request request = 3;

// Represents a network response, such as an HTTP response.
Response response = 4;

// Represents a target resource that is involved with a network activity.
// If multiple resources are involved with an activity, this must be the
// primary one.
Resource resource = 5;

// Represents an API operation that is involved to a network activity.
Api api = 6;

// Supports extensions for advanced use cases, such as logs and metrics.
repeated google.protobuf.Any extensions = 8;
}

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