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fix: reading the labels attribute on Job instances (#471)
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plamut committed Jan 14, 2021
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@@ -233,7 +233,7 @@ def path(self):
def labels(self):
"""Dict[str, str]: Labels for the job."""
return self._properties.setdefault("labels", {})
return self._properties.setdefault("configuration", {}).setdefault("labels", {})

def etag(self):
@@ -671,9 +671,8 @@ def __setattr__(self, name, value):
def labels(self):
"""Dict[str, str]: Labels for the job.
This method always returns a dict. To change a job's labels,
modify the dict, then call ``Client.update_job``. To delete a
label, set its value to :data:`None` before updating.
This method always returns a dict. Once a job has been created on the
server, its labels cannot be modified anymore.
ValueError: If ``value`` type is invalid.
@@ -1667,6 +1667,23 @@ def test_job_cancel(self):
# raise an error, and that the job completed (in the `retry()`
# above).

def test_job_labels(self):
DATASET_ID = _make_dataset_id("job_cancel")
QUERY = "SELECT 1 as one"


job_config = bigquery.QueryJobConfig(
labels={"custom_label": "label_value", "another_label": "foo123"}
job = Config.CLIENT.query(
QUERY, job_id_prefix=JOB_ID_PREFIX, job_config=job_config

expected_labels = {"custom_label": "label_value", "another_label": "foo123"}
self.assertEqual(job.labels, expected_labels)

def test_get_failed_job(self):
# issue 4246
from google.api_core.exceptions import BadRequest
@@ -251,7 +251,7 @@ def test_labels_hit(self):
labels = {"foo": "bar"}
client = _make_client(project=self.PROJECT)
job = self._make_one(self.JOB_ID, client)
job._properties["labels"] = labels
job._properties.setdefault("configuration", {})["labels"] = labels
self.assertEqual(job.labels, labels)

def test_etag(self):

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