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fix: fix id_or_name property of key class #115

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Fixes #106

@HemangChothani HemangChothani requested review from tseaver, crwilcox and a team November 9, 2020 10:39
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Does Datastore let you store a key with id of 0?

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HemangChothani commented Nov 10, 2020

@chrisrossi Library doesn't raise an error when passing id =0 but if id is 0, generate automatically as mentioned in document here

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@chrisrossi Library doesn't raise an error when passing id =0 but if id is 0, generate automatically as mentioned in document here

Fair enough! This looks good to me, but I would probably add a regression test.

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tseaver commented Nov 13, 2020

@crwilcox, @czahedi Again, the requiresCodeOwnerReviews: true policy means my approval is not sufficient to merge this PR.

@crwilcox crwilcox merged commit 6f28b84 into googleapis:master Nov 13, 2020
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datastore Key id_or_name() returns None when id is 0
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