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Google Cloud Native v0.32.0 published on Wednesday, Nov 29, 2023 by Pulumi

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Google Cloud Native v0.32.0 published on Wednesday, Nov 29, 2023 by Pulumi

    Creates a task and adds it to a queue. Tasks cannot be updated after creation; there is no UpdateTask command. * For App Engine queues, the maximum task size is 100KB. * For pull queues, the maximum task size is 1MB.

    Create Task Resource

    new Task(name: string, args: TaskArgs, opts?: CustomResourceOptions);
    @overload
    def Task(resource_name: str,
             opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
             app_engine_http_request: Optional[AppEngineHttpRequestArgs] = None,
             http_request: Optional[HttpRequestArgs] = None,
             location: Optional[str] = None,
             name: Optional[str] = None,
             project: Optional[str] = None,
             pull_message: Optional[PullMessageArgs] = None,
             queue_id: Optional[str] = None,
             response_view: Optional[TaskResponseView] = None,
             schedule_time: Optional[str] = None)
    @overload
    def Task(resource_name: str,
             args: TaskArgs,
             opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None)
    func NewTask(ctx *Context, name string, args TaskArgs, opts ...ResourceOption) (*Task, error)
    public Task(string name, TaskArgs args, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
    public Task(String name, TaskArgs args)
    public Task(String name, TaskArgs args, CustomResourceOptions options)
    
    type: google-native:cloudtasks/v2beta2:Task
    properties: # The arguments to resource properties.
    options: # Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    
    
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args TaskArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    resource_name str
    The unique name of the resource.
    args TaskArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts ResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    ctx Context
    Context object for the current deployment.
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args TaskArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts ResourceOption
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args TaskArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name String
    The unique name of the resource.
    args TaskArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    options CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

    Task Resource Properties

    To learn more about resource properties and how to use them, see Inputs and Outputs in the Architecture and Concepts docs.

    Inputs

    The Task resource accepts the following input properties:

    QueueId string
    AppEngineHttpRequest Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.Inputs.AppEngineHttpRequest
    App Engine HTTP request that is sent to the task's target. Can be set only if app_engine_http_target is set on the queue. An App Engine task is a task that has AppEngineHttpRequest set.
    HttpRequest Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.Inputs.HttpRequest
    HTTP request that is sent to the task's target. An HTTP task is a task that has HttpRequest set.
    Location string
    Name string
    Optionally caller-specified in CreateTask. The task name. The task name must have the following format: projects/PROJECT_ID/locations/LOCATION_ID/queues/QUEUE_ID/tasks/TASK_ID * PROJECT_ID can contain letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), hyphens (-), colons (:), or periods (.). For more information, see Identifying projects * LOCATION_ID is the canonical ID for the task's location. The list of available locations can be obtained by calling ListLocations. For more information, see https://cloud.google.com/about/locations/. * QUEUE_ID can contain letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), or hyphens (-). The maximum length is 100 characters. * TASK_ID can contain only letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), hyphens (-), or underscores (_). The maximum length is 500 characters.
    Project string
    PullMessage Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.Inputs.PullMessage
    LeaseTasks to process the task. Can be set only if pull_target is set on the queue. A pull task is a task that has PullMessage set.
    ResponseView Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.TaskResponseView
    The response_view specifies which subset of the Task will be returned. By default response_view is BASIC; not all information is retrieved by default because some data, such as payloads, might be desirable to return only when needed because of its large size or because of the sensitivity of data that it contains. Authorization for FULL requires cloudtasks.tasks.fullView Google IAM permission on the Task resource.
    ScheduleTime string
    The time when the task is scheduled to be attempted. For App Engine queues, this is when the task will be attempted or retried. For pull queues, this is the time when the task is available to be leased; if a task is currently leased, this is the time when the current lease expires, that is, the time that the task was leased plus the lease_duration. schedule_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    QueueId string
    AppEngineHttpRequest AppEngineHttpRequestArgs
    App Engine HTTP request that is sent to the task's target. Can be set only if app_engine_http_target is set on the queue. An App Engine task is a task that has AppEngineHttpRequest set.
    HttpRequest HttpRequestArgs
    HTTP request that is sent to the task's target. An HTTP task is a task that has HttpRequest set.
    Location string
    Name string
    Optionally caller-specified in CreateTask. The task name. The task name must have the following format: projects/PROJECT_ID/locations/LOCATION_ID/queues/QUEUE_ID/tasks/TASK_ID * PROJECT_ID can contain letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), hyphens (-), colons (:), or periods (.). For more information, see Identifying projects * LOCATION_ID is the canonical ID for the task's location. The list of available locations can be obtained by calling ListLocations. For more information, see https://cloud.google.com/about/locations/. * QUEUE_ID can contain letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), or hyphens (-). The maximum length is 100 characters. * TASK_ID can contain only letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), hyphens (-), or underscores (_). The maximum length is 500 characters.
    Project string
    PullMessage PullMessageArgs
    LeaseTasks to process the task. Can be set only if pull_target is set on the queue. A pull task is a task that has PullMessage set.
    ResponseView TaskResponseView
    The response_view specifies which subset of the Task will be returned. By default response_view is BASIC; not all information is retrieved by default because some data, such as payloads, might be desirable to return only when needed because of its large size or because of the sensitivity of data that it contains. Authorization for FULL requires cloudtasks.tasks.fullView Google IAM permission on the Task resource.
    ScheduleTime string
    The time when the task is scheduled to be attempted. For App Engine queues, this is when the task will be attempted or retried. For pull queues, this is the time when the task is available to be leased; if a task is currently leased, this is the time when the current lease expires, that is, the time that the task was leased plus the lease_duration. schedule_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    queueId String
    appEngineHttpRequest AppEngineHttpRequest
    App Engine HTTP request that is sent to the task's target. Can be set only if app_engine_http_target is set on the queue. An App Engine task is a task that has AppEngineHttpRequest set.
    httpRequest HttpRequest
    HTTP request that is sent to the task's target. An HTTP task is a task that has HttpRequest set.
    location String
    name String
    Optionally caller-specified in CreateTask. The task name. The task name must have the following format: projects/PROJECT_ID/locations/LOCATION_ID/queues/QUEUE_ID/tasks/TASK_ID * PROJECT_ID can contain letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), hyphens (-), colons (:), or periods (.). For more information, see Identifying projects * LOCATION_ID is the canonical ID for the task's location. The list of available locations can be obtained by calling ListLocations. For more information, see https://cloud.google.com/about/locations/. * QUEUE_ID can contain letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), or hyphens (-). The maximum length is 100 characters. * TASK_ID can contain only letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), hyphens (-), or underscores (_). The maximum length is 500 characters.
    project String
    pullMessage PullMessage
    LeaseTasks to process the task. Can be set only if pull_target is set on the queue. A pull task is a task that has PullMessage set.
    responseView TaskResponseView
    The response_view specifies which subset of the Task will be returned. By default response_view is BASIC; not all information is retrieved by default because some data, such as payloads, might be desirable to return only when needed because of its large size or because of the sensitivity of data that it contains. Authorization for FULL requires cloudtasks.tasks.fullView Google IAM permission on the Task resource.
    scheduleTime String
    The time when the task is scheduled to be attempted. For App Engine queues, this is when the task will be attempted or retried. For pull queues, this is the time when the task is available to be leased; if a task is currently leased, this is the time when the current lease expires, that is, the time that the task was leased plus the lease_duration. schedule_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    queueId string
    appEngineHttpRequest AppEngineHttpRequest
    App Engine HTTP request that is sent to the task's target. Can be set only if app_engine_http_target is set on the queue. An App Engine task is a task that has AppEngineHttpRequest set.
    httpRequest HttpRequest
    HTTP request that is sent to the task's target. An HTTP task is a task that has HttpRequest set.
    location string
    name string
    Optionally caller-specified in CreateTask. The task name. The task name must have the following format: projects/PROJECT_ID/locations/LOCATION_ID/queues/QUEUE_ID/tasks/TASK_ID * PROJECT_ID can contain letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), hyphens (-), colons (:), or periods (.). For more information, see Identifying projects * LOCATION_ID is the canonical ID for the task's location. The list of available locations can be obtained by calling ListLocations. For more information, see https://cloud.google.com/about/locations/. * QUEUE_ID can contain letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), or hyphens (-). The maximum length is 100 characters. * TASK_ID can contain only letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), hyphens (-), or underscores (_). The maximum length is 500 characters.
    project string
    pullMessage PullMessage
    LeaseTasks to process the task. Can be set only if pull_target is set on the queue. A pull task is a task that has PullMessage set.
    responseView TaskResponseView
    The response_view specifies which subset of the Task will be returned. By default response_view is BASIC; not all information is retrieved by default because some data, such as payloads, might be desirable to return only when needed because of its large size or because of the sensitivity of data that it contains. Authorization for FULL requires cloudtasks.tasks.fullView Google IAM permission on the Task resource.
    scheduleTime string
    The time when the task is scheduled to be attempted. For App Engine queues, this is when the task will be attempted or retried. For pull queues, this is the time when the task is available to be leased; if a task is currently leased, this is the time when the current lease expires, that is, the time that the task was leased plus the lease_duration. schedule_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    queue_id str
    app_engine_http_request AppEngineHttpRequestArgs
    App Engine HTTP request that is sent to the task's target. Can be set only if app_engine_http_target is set on the queue. An App Engine task is a task that has AppEngineHttpRequest set.
    http_request HttpRequestArgs
    HTTP request that is sent to the task's target. An HTTP task is a task that has HttpRequest set.
    location str
    name str
    Optionally caller-specified in CreateTask. The task name. The task name must have the following format: projects/PROJECT_ID/locations/LOCATION_ID/queues/QUEUE_ID/tasks/TASK_ID * PROJECT_ID can contain letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), hyphens (-), colons (:), or periods (.). For more information, see Identifying projects * LOCATION_ID is the canonical ID for the task's location. The list of available locations can be obtained by calling ListLocations. For more information, see https://cloud.google.com/about/locations/. * QUEUE_ID can contain letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), or hyphens (-). The maximum length is 100 characters. * TASK_ID can contain only letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), hyphens (-), or underscores (_). The maximum length is 500 characters.
    project str
    pull_message PullMessageArgs
    LeaseTasks to process the task. Can be set only if pull_target is set on the queue. A pull task is a task that has PullMessage set.
    response_view TaskResponseView
    The response_view specifies which subset of the Task will be returned. By default response_view is BASIC; not all information is retrieved by default because some data, such as payloads, might be desirable to return only when needed because of its large size or because of the sensitivity of data that it contains. Authorization for FULL requires cloudtasks.tasks.fullView Google IAM permission on the Task resource.
    schedule_time str
    The time when the task is scheduled to be attempted. For App Engine queues, this is when the task will be attempted or retried. For pull queues, this is the time when the task is available to be leased; if a task is currently leased, this is the time when the current lease expires, that is, the time that the task was leased plus the lease_duration. schedule_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    queueId String
    appEngineHttpRequest Property Map
    App Engine HTTP request that is sent to the task's target. Can be set only if app_engine_http_target is set on the queue. An App Engine task is a task that has AppEngineHttpRequest set.
    httpRequest Property Map
    HTTP request that is sent to the task's target. An HTTP task is a task that has HttpRequest set.
    location String
    name String
    Optionally caller-specified in CreateTask. The task name. The task name must have the following format: projects/PROJECT_ID/locations/LOCATION_ID/queues/QUEUE_ID/tasks/TASK_ID * PROJECT_ID can contain letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), hyphens (-), colons (:), or periods (.). For more information, see Identifying projects * LOCATION_ID is the canonical ID for the task's location. The list of available locations can be obtained by calling ListLocations. For more information, see https://cloud.google.com/about/locations/. * QUEUE_ID can contain letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), or hyphens (-). The maximum length is 100 characters. * TASK_ID can contain only letters ([A-Za-z]), numbers ([0-9]), hyphens (-), or underscores (_). The maximum length is 500 characters.
    project String
    pullMessage Property Map
    LeaseTasks to process the task. Can be set only if pull_target is set on the queue. A pull task is a task that has PullMessage set.
    responseView "VIEW_UNSPECIFIED" | "BASIC" | "FULL"
    The response_view specifies which subset of the Task will be returned. By default response_view is BASIC; not all information is retrieved by default because some data, such as payloads, might be desirable to return only when needed because of its large size or because of the sensitivity of data that it contains. Authorization for FULL requires cloudtasks.tasks.fullView Google IAM permission on the Task resource.
    scheduleTime String
    The time when the task is scheduled to be attempted. For App Engine queues, this is when the task will be attempted or retried. For pull queues, this is the time when the task is available to be leased; if a task is currently leased, this is the time when the current lease expires, that is, the time that the task was leased plus the lease_duration. schedule_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.

    Outputs

    All input properties are implicitly available as output properties. Additionally, the Task resource produces the following output properties:

    CreateTime string
    The time that the task was created. create_time will be truncated to the nearest second.
    Id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    Status Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.Outputs.TaskStatusResponse
    The task status.
    View string
    The view specifies which subset of the Task has been returned.
    CreateTime string
    The time that the task was created. create_time will be truncated to the nearest second.
    Id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    Status TaskStatusResponse
    The task status.
    View string
    The view specifies which subset of the Task has been returned.
    createTime String
    The time that the task was created. create_time will be truncated to the nearest second.
    id String
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    status TaskStatusResponse
    The task status.
    view String
    The view specifies which subset of the Task has been returned.
    createTime string
    The time that the task was created. create_time will be truncated to the nearest second.
    id string
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    status TaskStatusResponse
    The task status.
    view string
    The view specifies which subset of the Task has been returned.
    create_time str
    The time that the task was created. create_time will be truncated to the nearest second.
    id str
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    status TaskStatusResponse
    The task status.
    view str
    The view specifies which subset of the Task has been returned.
    createTime String
    The time that the task was created. create_time will be truncated to the nearest second.
    id String
    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.
    status Property Map
    The task status.
    view String
    The view specifies which subset of the Task has been returned.

    Supporting Types

    AppEngineHttpRequest, AppEngineHttpRequestArgs

    AppEngineRouting Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.Inputs.AppEngineRouting
    Task-level setting for App Engine routing. If set, app_engine_routing_override is used for all tasks in the queue, no matter what the setting is for the task-level app_engine_routing.
    Headers Dictionary<string, string>
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when the task is created. Repeated headers are not supported but a header value can contain commas. Cloud Tasks sets some headers to default values: * User-Agent: By default, this header is "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)". This header can be modified, but Cloud Tasks will append "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)" to the modified User-Agent. If the task has a payload, Cloud Tasks sets the following headers: * Content-Type: By default, the Content-Type header is set to "application/octet-stream". The default can be overridden by explicitly setting Content-Type to a particular media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/json". * Content-Length: This is computed by Cloud Tasks. This value is output only. It cannot be changed. The headers below cannot be set or overridden: * Host * X-Google-* * X-AppEngine-* In addition, Cloud Tasks sets some headers when the task is dispatched, such as headers containing information about the task; see request headers. These headers are set only when the task is dispatched, so they are not visible when the task is returned in a Cloud Tasks response. Although there is no specific limit for the maximum number of headers or the size, there is a limit on the maximum size of the Task. For more information, see the CreateTask documentation.
    HttpMethod Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.AppEngineHttpRequestHttpMethod
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST. The app's request handler for the task's target URL must be able to handle HTTP requests with this http_method, otherwise the task attempt fails with error code 405 (Method Not Allowed). See Writing a push task request handler and the App Engine documentation for your runtime on How Requests are Handled.
    Payload string
    Payload. The payload will be sent as the HTTP message body. A message body, and thus a payload, is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST or PUT. It is an error to set a data payload on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    RelativeUrl string
    The relative URL. The relative URL must begin with "/" and must be a valid HTTP relative URL. It can contain a path and query string arguments. If the relative URL is empty, then the root path "/" will be used. No spaces are allowed, and the maximum length allowed is 2083 characters.
    AppEngineRouting AppEngineRouting
    Task-level setting for App Engine routing. If set, app_engine_routing_override is used for all tasks in the queue, no matter what the setting is for the task-level app_engine_routing.
    Headers map[string]string
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when the task is created. Repeated headers are not supported but a header value can contain commas. Cloud Tasks sets some headers to default values: * User-Agent: By default, this header is "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)". This header can be modified, but Cloud Tasks will append "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)" to the modified User-Agent. If the task has a payload, Cloud Tasks sets the following headers: * Content-Type: By default, the Content-Type header is set to "application/octet-stream". The default can be overridden by explicitly setting Content-Type to a particular media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/json". * Content-Length: This is computed by Cloud Tasks. This value is output only. It cannot be changed. The headers below cannot be set or overridden: * Host * X-Google-* * X-AppEngine-* In addition, Cloud Tasks sets some headers when the task is dispatched, such as headers containing information about the task; see request headers. These headers are set only when the task is dispatched, so they are not visible when the task is returned in a Cloud Tasks response. Although there is no specific limit for the maximum number of headers or the size, there is a limit on the maximum size of the Task. For more information, see the CreateTask documentation.
    HttpMethod AppEngineHttpRequestHttpMethod
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST. The app's request handler for the task's target URL must be able to handle HTTP requests with this http_method, otherwise the task attempt fails with error code 405 (Method Not Allowed). See Writing a push task request handler and the App Engine documentation for your runtime on How Requests are Handled.
    Payload string
    Payload. The payload will be sent as the HTTP message body. A message body, and thus a payload, is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST or PUT. It is an error to set a data payload on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    RelativeUrl string
    The relative URL. The relative URL must begin with "/" and must be a valid HTTP relative URL. It can contain a path and query string arguments. If the relative URL is empty, then the root path "/" will be used. No spaces are allowed, and the maximum length allowed is 2083 characters.
    appEngineRouting AppEngineRouting
    Task-level setting for App Engine routing. If set, app_engine_routing_override is used for all tasks in the queue, no matter what the setting is for the task-level app_engine_routing.
    headers Map<String,String>
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when the task is created. Repeated headers are not supported but a header value can contain commas. Cloud Tasks sets some headers to default values: * User-Agent: By default, this header is "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)". This header can be modified, but Cloud Tasks will append "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)" to the modified User-Agent. If the task has a payload, Cloud Tasks sets the following headers: * Content-Type: By default, the Content-Type header is set to "application/octet-stream". The default can be overridden by explicitly setting Content-Type to a particular media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/json". * Content-Length: This is computed by Cloud Tasks. This value is output only. It cannot be changed. The headers below cannot be set or overridden: * Host * X-Google-* * X-AppEngine-* In addition, Cloud Tasks sets some headers when the task is dispatched, such as headers containing information about the task; see request headers. These headers are set only when the task is dispatched, so they are not visible when the task is returned in a Cloud Tasks response. Although there is no specific limit for the maximum number of headers or the size, there is a limit on the maximum size of the Task. For more information, see the CreateTask documentation.
    httpMethod AppEngineHttpRequestHttpMethod
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST. The app's request handler for the task's target URL must be able to handle HTTP requests with this http_method, otherwise the task attempt fails with error code 405 (Method Not Allowed). See Writing a push task request handler and the App Engine documentation for your runtime on How Requests are Handled.
    payload String
    Payload. The payload will be sent as the HTTP message body. A message body, and thus a payload, is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST or PUT. It is an error to set a data payload on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    relativeUrl String
    The relative URL. The relative URL must begin with "/" and must be a valid HTTP relative URL. It can contain a path and query string arguments. If the relative URL is empty, then the root path "/" will be used. No spaces are allowed, and the maximum length allowed is 2083 characters.
    appEngineRouting AppEngineRouting
    Task-level setting for App Engine routing. If set, app_engine_routing_override is used for all tasks in the queue, no matter what the setting is for the task-level app_engine_routing.
    headers {[key: string]: string}
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when the task is created. Repeated headers are not supported but a header value can contain commas. Cloud Tasks sets some headers to default values: * User-Agent: By default, this header is "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)". This header can be modified, but Cloud Tasks will append "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)" to the modified User-Agent. If the task has a payload, Cloud Tasks sets the following headers: * Content-Type: By default, the Content-Type header is set to "application/octet-stream". The default can be overridden by explicitly setting Content-Type to a particular media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/json". * Content-Length: This is computed by Cloud Tasks. This value is output only. It cannot be changed. The headers below cannot be set or overridden: * Host * X-Google-* * X-AppEngine-* In addition, Cloud Tasks sets some headers when the task is dispatched, such as headers containing information about the task; see request headers. These headers are set only when the task is dispatched, so they are not visible when the task is returned in a Cloud Tasks response. Although there is no specific limit for the maximum number of headers or the size, there is a limit on the maximum size of the Task. For more information, see the CreateTask documentation.
    httpMethod AppEngineHttpRequestHttpMethod
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST. The app's request handler for the task's target URL must be able to handle HTTP requests with this http_method, otherwise the task attempt fails with error code 405 (Method Not Allowed). See Writing a push task request handler and the App Engine documentation for your runtime on How Requests are Handled.
    payload string
    Payload. The payload will be sent as the HTTP message body. A message body, and thus a payload, is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST or PUT. It is an error to set a data payload on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    relativeUrl string
    The relative URL. The relative URL must begin with "/" and must be a valid HTTP relative URL. It can contain a path and query string arguments. If the relative URL is empty, then the root path "/" will be used. No spaces are allowed, and the maximum length allowed is 2083 characters.
    app_engine_routing AppEngineRouting
    Task-level setting for App Engine routing. If set, app_engine_routing_override is used for all tasks in the queue, no matter what the setting is for the task-level app_engine_routing.
    headers Mapping[str, str]
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when the task is created. Repeated headers are not supported but a header value can contain commas. Cloud Tasks sets some headers to default values: * User-Agent: By default, this header is "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)". This header can be modified, but Cloud Tasks will append "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)" to the modified User-Agent. If the task has a payload, Cloud Tasks sets the following headers: * Content-Type: By default, the Content-Type header is set to "application/octet-stream". The default can be overridden by explicitly setting Content-Type to a particular media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/json". * Content-Length: This is computed by Cloud Tasks. This value is output only. It cannot be changed. The headers below cannot be set or overridden: * Host * X-Google-* * X-AppEngine-* In addition, Cloud Tasks sets some headers when the task is dispatched, such as headers containing information about the task; see request headers. These headers are set only when the task is dispatched, so they are not visible when the task is returned in a Cloud Tasks response. Although there is no specific limit for the maximum number of headers or the size, there is a limit on the maximum size of the Task. For more information, see the CreateTask documentation.
    http_method AppEngineHttpRequestHttpMethod
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST. The app's request handler for the task's target URL must be able to handle HTTP requests with this http_method, otherwise the task attempt fails with error code 405 (Method Not Allowed). See Writing a push task request handler and the App Engine documentation for your runtime on How Requests are Handled.
    payload str
    Payload. The payload will be sent as the HTTP message body. A message body, and thus a payload, is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST or PUT. It is an error to set a data payload on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    relative_url str
    The relative URL. The relative URL must begin with "/" and must be a valid HTTP relative URL. It can contain a path and query string arguments. If the relative URL is empty, then the root path "/" will be used. No spaces are allowed, and the maximum length allowed is 2083 characters.
    appEngineRouting Property Map
    Task-level setting for App Engine routing. If set, app_engine_routing_override is used for all tasks in the queue, no matter what the setting is for the task-level app_engine_routing.
    headers Map<String>
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when the task is created. Repeated headers are not supported but a header value can contain commas. Cloud Tasks sets some headers to default values: * User-Agent: By default, this header is "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)". This header can be modified, but Cloud Tasks will append "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)" to the modified User-Agent. If the task has a payload, Cloud Tasks sets the following headers: * Content-Type: By default, the Content-Type header is set to "application/octet-stream". The default can be overridden by explicitly setting Content-Type to a particular media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/json". * Content-Length: This is computed by Cloud Tasks. This value is output only. It cannot be changed. The headers below cannot be set or overridden: * Host * X-Google-* * X-AppEngine-* In addition, Cloud Tasks sets some headers when the task is dispatched, such as headers containing information about the task; see request headers. These headers are set only when the task is dispatched, so they are not visible when the task is returned in a Cloud Tasks response. Although there is no specific limit for the maximum number of headers or the size, there is a limit on the maximum size of the Task. For more information, see the CreateTask documentation.
    httpMethod "HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIED" | "POST" | "GET" | "HEAD" | "PUT" | "DELETE" | "PATCH" | "OPTIONS"
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST. The app's request handler for the task's target URL must be able to handle HTTP requests with this http_method, otherwise the task attempt fails with error code 405 (Method Not Allowed). See Writing a push task request handler and the App Engine documentation for your runtime on How Requests are Handled.
    payload String
    Payload. The payload will be sent as the HTTP message body. A message body, and thus a payload, is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST or PUT. It is an error to set a data payload on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    relativeUrl String
    The relative URL. The relative URL must begin with "/" and must be a valid HTTP relative URL. It can contain a path and query string arguments. If the relative URL is empty, then the root path "/" will be used. No spaces are allowed, and the maximum length allowed is 2083 characters.

    AppEngineHttpRequestHttpMethod, AppEngineHttpRequestHttpMethodArgs

    HttpMethodUnspecified
    HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDHTTP method unspecified
    Post
    POSTHTTP POST
    Get
    GETHTTP GET
    Head
    HEADHTTP HEAD
    Put
    PUTHTTP PUT
    Delete
    DELETEHTTP DELETE
    Patch
    PATCHHTTP PATCH
    Options
    OPTIONSHTTP OPTIONS
    AppEngineHttpRequestHttpMethodHttpMethodUnspecified
    HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDHTTP method unspecified
    AppEngineHttpRequestHttpMethodPost
    POSTHTTP POST
    AppEngineHttpRequestHttpMethodGet
    GETHTTP GET
    AppEngineHttpRequestHttpMethodHead
    HEADHTTP HEAD
    AppEngineHttpRequestHttpMethodPut
    PUTHTTP PUT
    AppEngineHttpRequestHttpMethodDelete
    DELETEHTTP DELETE
    AppEngineHttpRequestHttpMethodPatch
    PATCHHTTP PATCH
    AppEngineHttpRequestHttpMethodOptions
    OPTIONSHTTP OPTIONS
    HttpMethodUnspecified
    HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDHTTP method unspecified
    Post
    POSTHTTP POST
    Get
    GETHTTP GET
    Head
    HEADHTTP HEAD
    Put
    PUTHTTP PUT
    Delete
    DELETEHTTP DELETE
    Patch
    PATCHHTTP PATCH
    Options
    OPTIONSHTTP OPTIONS
    HttpMethodUnspecified
    HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDHTTP method unspecified
    Post
    POSTHTTP POST
    Get
    GETHTTP GET
    Head
    HEADHTTP HEAD
    Put
    PUTHTTP PUT
    Delete
    DELETEHTTP DELETE
    Patch
    PATCHHTTP PATCH
    Options
    OPTIONSHTTP OPTIONS
    HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIED
    HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDHTTP method unspecified
    POST
    POSTHTTP POST
    GET
    GETHTTP GET
    HEAD
    HEADHTTP HEAD
    PUT
    PUTHTTP PUT
    DELETE
    DELETEHTTP DELETE
    PATCH
    PATCHHTTP PATCH
    OPTIONS
    OPTIONSHTTP OPTIONS
    "HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIED"
    HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDHTTP method unspecified
    "POST"
    POSTHTTP POST
    "GET"
    GETHTTP GET
    "HEAD"
    HEADHTTP HEAD
    "PUT"
    PUTHTTP PUT
    "DELETE"
    DELETEHTTP DELETE
    "PATCH"
    PATCHHTTP PATCH
    "OPTIONS"
    OPTIONSHTTP OPTIONS

    AppEngineHttpRequestResponse, AppEngineHttpRequestResponseArgs

    AppEngineRouting Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.Inputs.AppEngineRoutingResponse
    Task-level setting for App Engine routing. If set, app_engine_routing_override is used for all tasks in the queue, no matter what the setting is for the task-level app_engine_routing.
    Headers Dictionary<string, string>
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when the task is created. Repeated headers are not supported but a header value can contain commas. Cloud Tasks sets some headers to default values: * User-Agent: By default, this header is "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)". This header can be modified, but Cloud Tasks will append "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)" to the modified User-Agent. If the task has a payload, Cloud Tasks sets the following headers: * Content-Type: By default, the Content-Type header is set to "application/octet-stream". The default can be overridden by explicitly setting Content-Type to a particular media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/json". * Content-Length: This is computed by Cloud Tasks. This value is output only. It cannot be changed. The headers below cannot be set or overridden: * Host * X-Google-* * X-AppEngine-* In addition, Cloud Tasks sets some headers when the task is dispatched, such as headers containing information about the task; see request headers. These headers are set only when the task is dispatched, so they are not visible when the task is returned in a Cloud Tasks response. Although there is no specific limit for the maximum number of headers or the size, there is a limit on the maximum size of the Task. For more information, see the CreateTask documentation.
    HttpMethod string
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST. The app's request handler for the task's target URL must be able to handle HTTP requests with this http_method, otherwise the task attempt fails with error code 405 (Method Not Allowed). See Writing a push task request handler and the App Engine documentation for your runtime on How Requests are Handled.
    Payload string
    Payload. The payload will be sent as the HTTP message body. A message body, and thus a payload, is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST or PUT. It is an error to set a data payload on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    RelativeUrl string
    The relative URL. The relative URL must begin with "/" and must be a valid HTTP relative URL. It can contain a path and query string arguments. If the relative URL is empty, then the root path "/" will be used. No spaces are allowed, and the maximum length allowed is 2083 characters.
    AppEngineRouting AppEngineRoutingResponse
    Task-level setting for App Engine routing. If set, app_engine_routing_override is used for all tasks in the queue, no matter what the setting is for the task-level app_engine_routing.
    Headers map[string]string
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when the task is created. Repeated headers are not supported but a header value can contain commas. Cloud Tasks sets some headers to default values: * User-Agent: By default, this header is "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)". This header can be modified, but Cloud Tasks will append "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)" to the modified User-Agent. If the task has a payload, Cloud Tasks sets the following headers: * Content-Type: By default, the Content-Type header is set to "application/octet-stream". The default can be overridden by explicitly setting Content-Type to a particular media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/json". * Content-Length: This is computed by Cloud Tasks. This value is output only. It cannot be changed. The headers below cannot be set or overridden: * Host * X-Google-* * X-AppEngine-* In addition, Cloud Tasks sets some headers when the task is dispatched, such as headers containing information about the task; see request headers. These headers are set only when the task is dispatched, so they are not visible when the task is returned in a Cloud Tasks response. Although there is no specific limit for the maximum number of headers or the size, there is a limit on the maximum size of the Task. For more information, see the CreateTask documentation.
    HttpMethod string
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST. The app's request handler for the task's target URL must be able to handle HTTP requests with this http_method, otherwise the task attempt fails with error code 405 (Method Not Allowed). See Writing a push task request handler and the App Engine documentation for your runtime on How Requests are Handled.
    Payload string
    Payload. The payload will be sent as the HTTP message body. A message body, and thus a payload, is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST or PUT. It is an error to set a data payload on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    RelativeUrl string
    The relative URL. The relative URL must begin with "/" and must be a valid HTTP relative URL. It can contain a path and query string arguments. If the relative URL is empty, then the root path "/" will be used. No spaces are allowed, and the maximum length allowed is 2083 characters.
    appEngineRouting AppEngineRoutingResponse
    Task-level setting for App Engine routing. If set, app_engine_routing_override is used for all tasks in the queue, no matter what the setting is for the task-level app_engine_routing.
    headers Map<String,String>
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when the task is created. Repeated headers are not supported but a header value can contain commas. Cloud Tasks sets some headers to default values: * User-Agent: By default, this header is "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)". This header can be modified, but Cloud Tasks will append "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)" to the modified User-Agent. If the task has a payload, Cloud Tasks sets the following headers: * Content-Type: By default, the Content-Type header is set to "application/octet-stream". The default can be overridden by explicitly setting Content-Type to a particular media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/json". * Content-Length: This is computed by Cloud Tasks. This value is output only. It cannot be changed. The headers below cannot be set or overridden: * Host * X-Google-* * X-AppEngine-* In addition, Cloud Tasks sets some headers when the task is dispatched, such as headers containing information about the task; see request headers. These headers are set only when the task is dispatched, so they are not visible when the task is returned in a Cloud Tasks response. Although there is no specific limit for the maximum number of headers or the size, there is a limit on the maximum size of the Task. For more information, see the CreateTask documentation.
    httpMethod String
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST. The app's request handler for the task's target URL must be able to handle HTTP requests with this http_method, otherwise the task attempt fails with error code 405 (Method Not Allowed). See Writing a push task request handler and the App Engine documentation for your runtime on How Requests are Handled.
    payload String
    Payload. The payload will be sent as the HTTP message body. A message body, and thus a payload, is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST or PUT. It is an error to set a data payload on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    relativeUrl String
    The relative URL. The relative URL must begin with "/" and must be a valid HTTP relative URL. It can contain a path and query string arguments. If the relative URL is empty, then the root path "/" will be used. No spaces are allowed, and the maximum length allowed is 2083 characters.
    appEngineRouting AppEngineRoutingResponse
    Task-level setting for App Engine routing. If set, app_engine_routing_override is used for all tasks in the queue, no matter what the setting is for the task-level app_engine_routing.
    headers {[key: string]: string}
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when the task is created. Repeated headers are not supported but a header value can contain commas. Cloud Tasks sets some headers to default values: * User-Agent: By default, this header is "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)". This header can be modified, but Cloud Tasks will append "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)" to the modified User-Agent. If the task has a payload, Cloud Tasks sets the following headers: * Content-Type: By default, the Content-Type header is set to "application/octet-stream". The default can be overridden by explicitly setting Content-Type to a particular media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/json". * Content-Length: This is computed by Cloud Tasks. This value is output only. It cannot be changed. The headers below cannot be set or overridden: * Host * X-Google-* * X-AppEngine-* In addition, Cloud Tasks sets some headers when the task is dispatched, such as headers containing information about the task; see request headers. These headers are set only when the task is dispatched, so they are not visible when the task is returned in a Cloud Tasks response. Although there is no specific limit for the maximum number of headers or the size, there is a limit on the maximum size of the Task. For more information, see the CreateTask documentation.
    httpMethod string
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST. The app's request handler for the task's target URL must be able to handle HTTP requests with this http_method, otherwise the task attempt fails with error code 405 (Method Not Allowed). See Writing a push task request handler and the App Engine documentation for your runtime on How Requests are Handled.
    payload string
    Payload. The payload will be sent as the HTTP message body. A message body, and thus a payload, is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST or PUT. It is an error to set a data payload on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    relativeUrl string
    The relative URL. The relative URL must begin with "/" and must be a valid HTTP relative URL. It can contain a path and query string arguments. If the relative URL is empty, then the root path "/" will be used. No spaces are allowed, and the maximum length allowed is 2083 characters.
    app_engine_routing AppEngineRoutingResponse
    Task-level setting for App Engine routing. If set, app_engine_routing_override is used for all tasks in the queue, no matter what the setting is for the task-level app_engine_routing.
    headers Mapping[str, str]
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when the task is created. Repeated headers are not supported but a header value can contain commas. Cloud Tasks sets some headers to default values: * User-Agent: By default, this header is "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)". This header can be modified, but Cloud Tasks will append "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)" to the modified User-Agent. If the task has a payload, Cloud Tasks sets the following headers: * Content-Type: By default, the Content-Type header is set to "application/octet-stream". The default can be overridden by explicitly setting Content-Type to a particular media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/json". * Content-Length: This is computed by Cloud Tasks. This value is output only. It cannot be changed. The headers below cannot be set or overridden: * Host * X-Google-* * X-AppEngine-* In addition, Cloud Tasks sets some headers when the task is dispatched, such as headers containing information about the task; see request headers. These headers are set only when the task is dispatched, so they are not visible when the task is returned in a Cloud Tasks response. Although there is no specific limit for the maximum number of headers or the size, there is a limit on the maximum size of the Task. For more information, see the CreateTask documentation.
    http_method str
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST. The app's request handler for the task's target URL must be able to handle HTTP requests with this http_method, otherwise the task attempt fails with error code 405 (Method Not Allowed). See Writing a push task request handler and the App Engine documentation for your runtime on How Requests are Handled.
    payload str
    Payload. The payload will be sent as the HTTP message body. A message body, and thus a payload, is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST or PUT. It is an error to set a data payload on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    relative_url str
    The relative URL. The relative URL must begin with "/" and must be a valid HTTP relative URL. It can contain a path and query string arguments. If the relative URL is empty, then the root path "/" will be used. No spaces are allowed, and the maximum length allowed is 2083 characters.
    appEngineRouting Property Map
    Task-level setting for App Engine routing. If set, app_engine_routing_override is used for all tasks in the queue, no matter what the setting is for the task-level app_engine_routing.
    headers Map<String>
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when the task is created. Repeated headers are not supported but a header value can contain commas. Cloud Tasks sets some headers to default values: * User-Agent: By default, this header is "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)". This header can be modified, but Cloud Tasks will append "AppEngine-Google; (+http://code.google.com/appengine)" to the modified User-Agent. If the task has a payload, Cloud Tasks sets the following headers: * Content-Type: By default, the Content-Type header is set to "application/octet-stream". The default can be overridden by explicitly setting Content-Type to a particular media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/json". * Content-Length: This is computed by Cloud Tasks. This value is output only. It cannot be changed. The headers below cannot be set or overridden: * Host * X-Google-* * X-AppEngine-* In addition, Cloud Tasks sets some headers when the task is dispatched, such as headers containing information about the task; see request headers. These headers are set only when the task is dispatched, so they are not visible when the task is returned in a Cloud Tasks response. Although there is no specific limit for the maximum number of headers or the size, there is a limit on the maximum size of the Task. For more information, see the CreateTask documentation.
    httpMethod String
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST. The app's request handler for the task's target URL must be able to handle HTTP requests with this http_method, otherwise the task attempt fails with error code 405 (Method Not Allowed). See Writing a push task request handler and the App Engine documentation for your runtime on How Requests are Handled.
    payload String
    Payload. The payload will be sent as the HTTP message body. A message body, and thus a payload, is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST or PUT. It is an error to set a data payload on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    relativeUrl String
    The relative URL. The relative URL must begin with "/" and must be a valid HTTP relative URL. It can contain a path and query string arguments. If the relative URL is empty, then the root path "/" will be used. No spaces are allowed, and the maximum length allowed is 2083 characters.

    AppEngineRouting, AppEngineRoutingArgs

    Instance string
    App instance. By default, the task is sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. Requests can only be sent to a specific instance if manual scaling is used in App Engine Standard. App Engine Flex does not support instances. For more information, see App Engine Standard request routing and App Engine Flex request routing.
    Service string
    App service. By default, the task is sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    Version string
    App version. By default, the task is sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    Instance string
    App instance. By default, the task is sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. Requests can only be sent to a specific instance if manual scaling is used in App Engine Standard. App Engine Flex does not support instances. For more information, see App Engine Standard request routing and App Engine Flex request routing.
    Service string
    App service. By default, the task is sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    Version string
    App version. By default, the task is sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    instance String
    App instance. By default, the task is sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. Requests can only be sent to a specific instance if manual scaling is used in App Engine Standard. App Engine Flex does not support instances. For more information, see App Engine Standard request routing and App Engine Flex request routing.
    service String
    App service. By default, the task is sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    version String
    App version. By default, the task is sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    instance string
    App instance. By default, the task is sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. Requests can only be sent to a specific instance if manual scaling is used in App Engine Standard. App Engine Flex does not support instances. For more information, see App Engine Standard request routing and App Engine Flex request routing.
    service string
    App service. By default, the task is sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    version string
    App version. By default, the task is sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    instance str
    App instance. By default, the task is sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. Requests can only be sent to a specific instance if manual scaling is used in App Engine Standard. App Engine Flex does not support instances. For more information, see App Engine Standard request routing and App Engine Flex request routing.
    service str
    App service. By default, the task is sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    version str
    App version. By default, the task is sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    instance String
    App instance. By default, the task is sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. Requests can only be sent to a specific instance if manual scaling is used in App Engine Standard. App Engine Flex does not support instances. For more information, see App Engine Standard request routing and App Engine Flex request routing.
    service String
    App service. By default, the task is sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    version String
    App version. By default, the task is sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.

    AppEngineRoutingResponse, AppEngineRoutingResponseArgs

    Host string
    The host that the task is sent to. For more information, see How Requests are Routed. The host is constructed as: * host = [application_domain_name] | [service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [version] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [version_dot_service]+ '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_version] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_version_dot_service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] * application_domain_name = The domain name of the app, for example .appspot.com, which is associated with the queue's project ID. Some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name. * service = service * version = version * version_dot_service = version + '.' + service * instance = instance * instance_dot_service = instance + '.' + service * instance_dot_version = instance + '.' + version * instance_dot_version_dot_service = instance + '.' + version + '.' + service If service is empty, then the task will be sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. If version is empty, then the task will be sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. If instance is empty, then the task will be sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. If service, version, or instance is invalid, then the task will be sent to the default version of the default service when the task is attempted.
    Instance string
    App instance. By default, the task is sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. Requests can only be sent to a specific instance if manual scaling is used in App Engine Standard. App Engine Flex does not support instances. For more information, see App Engine Standard request routing and App Engine Flex request routing.
    Service string
    App service. By default, the task is sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    Version string
    App version. By default, the task is sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    Host string
    The host that the task is sent to. For more information, see How Requests are Routed. The host is constructed as: * host = [application_domain_name] | [service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [version] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [version_dot_service]+ '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_version] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_version_dot_service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] * application_domain_name = The domain name of the app, for example .appspot.com, which is associated with the queue's project ID. Some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name. * service = service * version = version * version_dot_service = version + '.' + service * instance = instance * instance_dot_service = instance + '.' + service * instance_dot_version = instance + '.' + version * instance_dot_version_dot_service = instance + '.' + version + '.' + service If service is empty, then the task will be sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. If version is empty, then the task will be sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. If instance is empty, then the task will be sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. If service, version, or instance is invalid, then the task will be sent to the default version of the default service when the task is attempted.
    Instance string
    App instance. By default, the task is sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. Requests can only be sent to a specific instance if manual scaling is used in App Engine Standard. App Engine Flex does not support instances. For more information, see App Engine Standard request routing and App Engine Flex request routing.
    Service string
    App service. By default, the task is sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    Version string
    App version. By default, the task is sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    host String
    The host that the task is sent to. For more information, see How Requests are Routed. The host is constructed as: * host = [application_domain_name] | [service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [version] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [version_dot_service]+ '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_version] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_version_dot_service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] * application_domain_name = The domain name of the app, for example .appspot.com, which is associated with the queue's project ID. Some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name. * service = service * version = version * version_dot_service = version + '.' + service * instance = instance * instance_dot_service = instance + '.' + service * instance_dot_version = instance + '.' + version * instance_dot_version_dot_service = instance + '.' + version + '.' + service If service is empty, then the task will be sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. If version is empty, then the task will be sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. If instance is empty, then the task will be sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. If service, version, or instance is invalid, then the task will be sent to the default version of the default service when the task is attempted.
    instance String
    App instance. By default, the task is sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. Requests can only be sent to a specific instance if manual scaling is used in App Engine Standard. App Engine Flex does not support instances. For more information, see App Engine Standard request routing and App Engine Flex request routing.
    service String
    App service. By default, the task is sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    version String
    App version. By default, the task is sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    host string
    The host that the task is sent to. For more information, see How Requests are Routed. The host is constructed as: * host = [application_domain_name] | [service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [version] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [version_dot_service]+ '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_version] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_version_dot_service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] * application_domain_name = The domain name of the app, for example .appspot.com, which is associated with the queue's project ID. Some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name. * service = service * version = version * version_dot_service = version + '.' + service * instance = instance * instance_dot_service = instance + '.' + service * instance_dot_version = instance + '.' + version * instance_dot_version_dot_service = instance + '.' + version + '.' + service If service is empty, then the task will be sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. If version is empty, then the task will be sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. If instance is empty, then the task will be sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. If service, version, or instance is invalid, then the task will be sent to the default version of the default service when the task is attempted.
    instance string
    App instance. By default, the task is sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. Requests can only be sent to a specific instance if manual scaling is used in App Engine Standard. App Engine Flex does not support instances. For more information, see App Engine Standard request routing and App Engine Flex request routing.
    service string
    App service. By default, the task is sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    version string
    App version. By default, the task is sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    host str
    The host that the task is sent to. For more information, see How Requests are Routed. The host is constructed as: * host = [application_domain_name] | [service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [version] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [version_dot_service]+ '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_version] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_version_dot_service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] * application_domain_name = The domain name of the app, for example .appspot.com, which is associated with the queue's project ID. Some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name. * service = service * version = version * version_dot_service = version + '.' + service * instance = instance * instance_dot_service = instance + '.' + service * instance_dot_version = instance + '.' + version * instance_dot_version_dot_service = instance + '.' + version + '.' + service If service is empty, then the task will be sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. If version is empty, then the task will be sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. If instance is empty, then the task will be sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. If service, version, or instance is invalid, then the task will be sent to the default version of the default service when the task is attempted.
    instance str
    App instance. By default, the task is sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. Requests can only be sent to a specific instance if manual scaling is used in App Engine Standard. App Engine Flex does not support instances. For more information, see App Engine Standard request routing and App Engine Flex request routing.
    service str
    App service. By default, the task is sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    version str
    App version. By default, the task is sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    host String
    The host that the task is sent to. For more information, see How Requests are Routed. The host is constructed as: * host = [application_domain_name] | [service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [version] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [version_dot_service]+ '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_version] + '.' + [application_domain_name] | [instance_dot_version_dot_service] + '.' + [application_domain_name] * application_domain_name = The domain name of the app, for example .appspot.com, which is associated with the queue's project ID. Some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name. * service = service * version = version * version_dot_service = version + '.' + service * instance = instance * instance_dot_service = instance + '.' + service * instance_dot_version = instance + '.' + version * instance_dot_version_dot_service = instance + '.' + version + '.' + service If service is empty, then the task will be sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. If version is empty, then the task will be sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. If instance is empty, then the task will be sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. If service, version, or instance is invalid, then the task will be sent to the default version of the default service when the task is attempted.
    instance String
    App instance. By default, the task is sent to an instance which is available when the task is attempted. Requests can only be sent to a specific instance if manual scaling is used in App Engine Standard. App Engine Flex does not support instances. For more information, see App Engine Standard request routing and App Engine Flex request routing.
    service String
    App service. By default, the task is sent to the service which is the default service when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.
    version String
    App version. By default, the task is sent to the version which is the default version when the task is attempted. For some queues or tasks which were created using the App Engine Task Queue API, host is not parsable into service, version, and instance. For example, some tasks which were created using the App Engine SDK use a custom domain name; custom domains are not parsed by Cloud Tasks. If host is not parsable, then service, version, and instance are the empty string.

    AttemptStatusResponse, AttemptStatusResponseArgs

    DispatchTime string
    The time that this attempt was dispatched. dispatch_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    ResponseStatus Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.Inputs.StatusResponse
    The response from the target for this attempt. If the task has not been attempted or the task is currently running then the response status is unset.
    ResponseTime string
    The time that this attempt response was received. response_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    ScheduleTime string
    The time that this attempt was scheduled. schedule_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    DispatchTime string
    The time that this attempt was dispatched. dispatch_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    ResponseStatus StatusResponse
    The response from the target for this attempt. If the task has not been attempted or the task is currently running then the response status is unset.
    ResponseTime string
    The time that this attempt response was received. response_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    ScheduleTime string
    The time that this attempt was scheduled. schedule_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    dispatchTime String
    The time that this attempt was dispatched. dispatch_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    responseStatus StatusResponse
    The response from the target for this attempt. If the task has not been attempted or the task is currently running then the response status is unset.
    responseTime String
    The time that this attempt response was received. response_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    scheduleTime String
    The time that this attempt was scheduled. schedule_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    dispatchTime string
    The time that this attempt was dispatched. dispatch_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    responseStatus StatusResponse
    The response from the target for this attempt. If the task has not been attempted or the task is currently running then the response status is unset.
    responseTime string
    The time that this attempt response was received. response_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    scheduleTime string
    The time that this attempt was scheduled. schedule_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    dispatch_time str
    The time that this attempt was dispatched. dispatch_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    response_status StatusResponse
    The response from the target for this attempt. If the task has not been attempted or the task is currently running then the response status is unset.
    response_time str
    The time that this attempt response was received. response_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    schedule_time str
    The time that this attempt was scheduled. schedule_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    dispatchTime String
    The time that this attempt was dispatched. dispatch_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    responseStatus Property Map
    The response from the target for this attempt. If the task has not been attempted or the task is currently running then the response status is unset.
    responseTime String
    The time that this attempt response was received. response_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.
    scheduleTime String
    The time that this attempt was scheduled. schedule_time will be truncated to the nearest microsecond.

    HttpRequest, HttpRequestArgs

    Url string
    The full url path that the request will be sent to. This string must begin with either "http://" or "https://". Some examples are: http://acme.com and https://acme.com/sales:8080. Cloud Tasks will encode some characters for safety and compatibility. The maximum allowed URL length is 2083 characters after encoding. The Location header response from a redirect response [300 - 399] may be followed. The redirect is not counted as a separate attempt.
    Body string
    HTTP request body. A request body is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST, PUT, or PATCH. It is an error to set body on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    Headers Dictionary<string, string>
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when running the task is created or task is created. These headers represent a subset of the headers that will accompany the task's HTTP request. Some HTTP request headers will be ignored or replaced. A partial list of headers that will be ignored or replaced is: * Any header that is prefixed with "X-CloudTasks-" will be treated as service header. Service headers define properties of the task and are predefined in CloudTask. * Host: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks and derived from HttpRequest.url. * Content-Length: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks. * User-Agent: This will be set to "Google-Cloud-Tasks". * X-Google-*: Google use only. * X-AppEngine-*: Google use only. Content-Type won't be set by Cloud Tasks. You can explicitly set Content-Type to a media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/octet-stream" or "application/json". Headers which can have multiple values (according to RFC2616) can be specified using comma-separated values. The size of the headers must be less than 80KB.
    HttpMethod Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.HttpRequestHttpMethod
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST.
    OauthToken Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.Inputs.OAuthToken
    If specified, an OAuth token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization should generally only be used when calling Google APIs hosted on *.googleapis.com.
    OidcToken Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.Inputs.OidcToken
    If specified, an OIDC token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization can be used for many scenarios, including calling Cloud Run, or endpoints where you intend to validate the token yourself.
    Url string
    The full url path that the request will be sent to. This string must begin with either "http://" or "https://". Some examples are: http://acme.com and https://acme.com/sales:8080. Cloud Tasks will encode some characters for safety and compatibility. The maximum allowed URL length is 2083 characters after encoding. The Location header response from a redirect response [300 - 399] may be followed. The redirect is not counted as a separate attempt.
    Body string
    HTTP request body. A request body is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST, PUT, or PATCH. It is an error to set body on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    Headers map[string]string
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when running the task is created or task is created. These headers represent a subset of the headers that will accompany the task's HTTP request. Some HTTP request headers will be ignored or replaced. A partial list of headers that will be ignored or replaced is: * Any header that is prefixed with "X-CloudTasks-" will be treated as service header. Service headers define properties of the task and are predefined in CloudTask. * Host: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks and derived from HttpRequest.url. * Content-Length: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks. * User-Agent: This will be set to "Google-Cloud-Tasks". * X-Google-*: Google use only. * X-AppEngine-*: Google use only. Content-Type won't be set by Cloud Tasks. You can explicitly set Content-Type to a media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/octet-stream" or "application/json". Headers which can have multiple values (according to RFC2616) can be specified using comma-separated values. The size of the headers must be less than 80KB.
    HttpMethod HttpRequestHttpMethod
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST.
    OauthToken OAuthToken
    If specified, an OAuth token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization should generally only be used when calling Google APIs hosted on *.googleapis.com.
    OidcToken OidcToken
    If specified, an OIDC token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization can be used for many scenarios, including calling Cloud Run, or endpoints where you intend to validate the token yourself.
    url String
    The full url path that the request will be sent to. This string must begin with either "http://" or "https://". Some examples are: http://acme.com and https://acme.com/sales:8080. Cloud Tasks will encode some characters for safety and compatibility. The maximum allowed URL length is 2083 characters after encoding. The Location header response from a redirect response [300 - 399] may be followed. The redirect is not counted as a separate attempt.
    body String
    HTTP request body. A request body is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST, PUT, or PATCH. It is an error to set body on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    headers Map<String,String>
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when running the task is created or task is created. These headers represent a subset of the headers that will accompany the task's HTTP request. Some HTTP request headers will be ignored or replaced. A partial list of headers that will be ignored or replaced is: * Any header that is prefixed with "X-CloudTasks-" will be treated as service header. Service headers define properties of the task and are predefined in CloudTask. * Host: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks and derived from HttpRequest.url. * Content-Length: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks. * User-Agent: This will be set to "Google-Cloud-Tasks". * X-Google-*: Google use only. * X-AppEngine-*: Google use only. Content-Type won't be set by Cloud Tasks. You can explicitly set Content-Type to a media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/octet-stream" or "application/json". Headers which can have multiple values (according to RFC2616) can be specified using comma-separated values. The size of the headers must be less than 80KB.
    httpMethod HttpRequestHttpMethod
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST.
    oauthToken OAuthToken
    If specified, an OAuth token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization should generally only be used when calling Google APIs hosted on *.googleapis.com.
    oidcToken OidcToken
    If specified, an OIDC token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization can be used for many scenarios, including calling Cloud Run, or endpoints where you intend to validate the token yourself.
    url string
    The full url path that the request will be sent to. This string must begin with either "http://" or "https://". Some examples are: http://acme.com and https://acme.com/sales:8080. Cloud Tasks will encode some characters for safety and compatibility. The maximum allowed URL length is 2083 characters after encoding. The Location header response from a redirect response [300 - 399] may be followed. The redirect is not counted as a separate attempt.
    body string
    HTTP request body. A request body is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST, PUT, or PATCH. It is an error to set body on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    headers {[key: string]: string}
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when running the task is created or task is created. These headers represent a subset of the headers that will accompany the task's HTTP request. Some HTTP request headers will be ignored or replaced. A partial list of headers that will be ignored or replaced is: * Any header that is prefixed with "X-CloudTasks-" will be treated as service header. Service headers define properties of the task and are predefined in CloudTask. * Host: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks and derived from HttpRequest.url. * Content-Length: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks. * User-Agent: This will be set to "Google-Cloud-Tasks". * X-Google-*: Google use only. * X-AppEngine-*: Google use only. Content-Type won't be set by Cloud Tasks. You can explicitly set Content-Type to a media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/octet-stream" or "application/json". Headers which can have multiple values (according to RFC2616) can be specified using comma-separated values. The size of the headers must be less than 80KB.
    httpMethod HttpRequestHttpMethod
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST.
    oauthToken OAuthToken
    If specified, an OAuth token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization should generally only be used when calling Google APIs hosted on *.googleapis.com.
    oidcToken OidcToken
    If specified, an OIDC token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization can be used for many scenarios, including calling Cloud Run, or endpoints where you intend to validate the token yourself.
    url str
    The full url path that the request will be sent to. This string must begin with either "http://" or "https://". Some examples are: http://acme.com and https://acme.com/sales:8080. Cloud Tasks will encode some characters for safety and compatibility. The maximum allowed URL length is 2083 characters after encoding. The Location header response from a redirect response [300 - 399] may be followed. The redirect is not counted as a separate attempt.
    body str
    HTTP request body. A request body is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST, PUT, or PATCH. It is an error to set body on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    headers Mapping[str, str]
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when running the task is created or task is created. These headers represent a subset of the headers that will accompany the task's HTTP request. Some HTTP request headers will be ignored or replaced. A partial list of headers that will be ignored or replaced is: * Any header that is prefixed with "X-CloudTasks-" will be treated as service header. Service headers define properties of the task and are predefined in CloudTask. * Host: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks and derived from HttpRequest.url. * Content-Length: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks. * User-Agent: This will be set to "Google-Cloud-Tasks". * X-Google-*: Google use only. * X-AppEngine-*: Google use only. Content-Type won't be set by Cloud Tasks. You can explicitly set Content-Type to a media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/octet-stream" or "application/json". Headers which can have multiple values (according to RFC2616) can be specified using comma-separated values. The size of the headers must be less than 80KB.
    http_method HttpRequestHttpMethod
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST.
    oauth_token OAuthToken
    If specified, an OAuth token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization should generally only be used when calling Google APIs hosted on *.googleapis.com.
    oidc_token OidcToken
    If specified, an OIDC token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization can be used for many scenarios, including calling Cloud Run, or endpoints where you intend to validate the token yourself.
    url String
    The full url path that the request will be sent to. This string must begin with either "http://" or "https://". Some examples are: http://acme.com and https://acme.com/sales:8080. Cloud Tasks will encode some characters for safety and compatibility. The maximum allowed URL length is 2083 characters after encoding. The Location header response from a redirect response [300 - 399] may be followed. The redirect is not counted as a separate attempt.
    body String
    HTTP request body. A request body is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST, PUT, or PATCH. It is an error to set body on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    headers Map<String>
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when running the task is created or task is created. These headers represent a subset of the headers that will accompany the task's HTTP request. Some HTTP request headers will be ignored or replaced. A partial list of headers that will be ignored or replaced is: * Any header that is prefixed with "X-CloudTasks-" will be treated as service header. Service headers define properties of the task and are predefined in CloudTask. * Host: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks and derived from HttpRequest.url. * Content-Length: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks. * User-Agent: This will be set to "Google-Cloud-Tasks". * X-Google-*: Google use only. * X-AppEngine-*: Google use only. Content-Type won't be set by Cloud Tasks. You can explicitly set Content-Type to a media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/octet-stream" or "application/json". Headers which can have multiple values (according to RFC2616) can be specified using comma-separated values. The size of the headers must be less than 80KB.
    httpMethod "HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIED" | "POST" | "GET" | "HEAD" | "PUT" | "DELETE" | "PATCH" | "OPTIONS"
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST.
    oauthToken Property Map
    If specified, an OAuth token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization should generally only be used when calling Google APIs hosted on *.googleapis.com.
    oidcToken Property Map
    If specified, an OIDC token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization can be used for many scenarios, including calling Cloud Run, or endpoints where you intend to validate the token yourself.

    HttpRequestHttpMethod, HttpRequestHttpMethodArgs

    HttpMethodUnspecified
    HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDHTTP method unspecified
    Post
    POSTHTTP POST
    Get
    GETHTTP GET
    Head
    HEADHTTP HEAD
    Put
    PUTHTTP PUT
    Delete
    DELETEHTTP DELETE
    Patch
    PATCHHTTP PATCH
    Options
    OPTIONSHTTP OPTIONS
    HttpRequestHttpMethodHttpMethodUnspecified
    HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDHTTP method unspecified
    HttpRequestHttpMethodPost
    POSTHTTP POST
    HttpRequestHttpMethodGet
    GETHTTP GET
    HttpRequestHttpMethodHead
    HEADHTTP HEAD
    HttpRequestHttpMethodPut
    PUTHTTP PUT
    HttpRequestHttpMethodDelete
    DELETEHTTP DELETE
    HttpRequestHttpMethodPatch
    PATCHHTTP PATCH
    HttpRequestHttpMethodOptions
    OPTIONSHTTP OPTIONS
    HttpMethodUnspecified
    HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDHTTP method unspecified
    Post
    POSTHTTP POST
    Get
    GETHTTP GET
    Head
    HEADHTTP HEAD
    Put
    PUTHTTP PUT
    Delete
    DELETEHTTP DELETE
    Patch
    PATCHHTTP PATCH
    Options
    OPTIONSHTTP OPTIONS
    HttpMethodUnspecified
    HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDHTTP method unspecified
    Post
    POSTHTTP POST
    Get
    GETHTTP GET
    Head
    HEADHTTP HEAD
    Put
    PUTHTTP PUT
    Delete
    DELETEHTTP DELETE
    Patch
    PATCHHTTP PATCH
    Options
    OPTIONSHTTP OPTIONS
    HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIED
    HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDHTTP method unspecified
    POST
    POSTHTTP POST
    GET
    GETHTTP GET
    HEAD
    HEADHTTP HEAD
    PUT
    PUTHTTP PUT
    DELETE
    DELETEHTTP DELETE
    PATCH
    PATCHHTTP PATCH
    OPTIONS
    OPTIONSHTTP OPTIONS
    "HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIED"
    HTTP_METHOD_UNSPECIFIEDHTTP method unspecified
    "POST"
    POSTHTTP POST
    "GET"
    GETHTTP GET
    "HEAD"
    HEADHTTP HEAD
    "PUT"
    PUTHTTP PUT
    "DELETE"
    DELETEHTTP DELETE
    "PATCH"
    PATCHHTTP PATCH
    "OPTIONS"
    OPTIONSHTTP OPTIONS

    HttpRequestResponse, HttpRequestResponseArgs

    Body string
    HTTP request body. A request body is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST, PUT, or PATCH. It is an error to set body on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    Headers Dictionary<string, string>
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when running the task is created or task is created. These headers represent a subset of the headers that will accompany the task's HTTP request. Some HTTP request headers will be ignored or replaced. A partial list of headers that will be ignored or replaced is: * Any header that is prefixed with "X-CloudTasks-" will be treated as service header. Service headers define properties of the task and are predefined in CloudTask. * Host: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks and derived from HttpRequest.url. * Content-Length: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks. * User-Agent: This will be set to "Google-Cloud-Tasks". * X-Google-*: Google use only. * X-AppEngine-*: Google use only. Content-Type won't be set by Cloud Tasks. You can explicitly set Content-Type to a media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/octet-stream" or "application/json". Headers which can have multiple values (according to RFC2616) can be specified using comma-separated values. The size of the headers must be less than 80KB.
    HttpMethod string
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST.
    OauthToken Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.Inputs.OAuthTokenResponse
    If specified, an OAuth token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization should generally only be used when calling Google APIs hosted on *.googleapis.com.
    OidcToken Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.Inputs.OidcTokenResponse
    If specified, an OIDC token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization can be used for many scenarios, including calling Cloud Run, or endpoints where you intend to validate the token yourself.
    Url string
    The full url path that the request will be sent to. This string must begin with either "http://" or "https://". Some examples are: http://acme.com and https://acme.com/sales:8080. Cloud Tasks will encode some characters for safety and compatibility. The maximum allowed URL length is 2083 characters after encoding. The Location header response from a redirect response [300 - 399] may be followed. The redirect is not counted as a separate attempt.
    Body string
    HTTP request body. A request body is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST, PUT, or PATCH. It is an error to set body on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    Headers map[string]string
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when running the task is created or task is created. These headers represent a subset of the headers that will accompany the task's HTTP request. Some HTTP request headers will be ignored or replaced. A partial list of headers that will be ignored or replaced is: * Any header that is prefixed with "X-CloudTasks-" will be treated as service header. Service headers define properties of the task and are predefined in CloudTask. * Host: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks and derived from HttpRequest.url. * Content-Length: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks. * User-Agent: This will be set to "Google-Cloud-Tasks". * X-Google-*: Google use only. * X-AppEngine-*: Google use only. Content-Type won't be set by Cloud Tasks. You can explicitly set Content-Type to a media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/octet-stream" or "application/json". Headers which can have multiple values (according to RFC2616) can be specified using comma-separated values. The size of the headers must be less than 80KB.
    HttpMethod string
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST.
    OauthToken OAuthTokenResponse
    If specified, an OAuth token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization should generally only be used when calling Google APIs hosted on *.googleapis.com.
    OidcToken OidcTokenResponse
    If specified, an OIDC token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization can be used for many scenarios, including calling Cloud Run, or endpoints where you intend to validate the token yourself.
    Url string
    The full url path that the request will be sent to. This string must begin with either "http://" or "https://". Some examples are: http://acme.com and https://acme.com/sales:8080. Cloud Tasks will encode some characters for safety and compatibility. The maximum allowed URL length is 2083 characters after encoding. The Location header response from a redirect response [300 - 399] may be followed. The redirect is not counted as a separate attempt.
    body String
    HTTP request body. A request body is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST, PUT, or PATCH. It is an error to set body on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    headers Map<String,String>
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when running the task is created or task is created. These headers represent a subset of the headers that will accompany the task's HTTP request. Some HTTP request headers will be ignored or replaced. A partial list of headers that will be ignored or replaced is: * Any header that is prefixed with "X-CloudTasks-" will be treated as service header. Service headers define properties of the task and are predefined in CloudTask. * Host: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks and derived from HttpRequest.url. * Content-Length: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks. * User-Agent: This will be set to "Google-Cloud-Tasks". * X-Google-*: Google use only. * X-AppEngine-*: Google use only. Content-Type won't be set by Cloud Tasks. You can explicitly set Content-Type to a media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/octet-stream" or "application/json". Headers which can have multiple values (according to RFC2616) can be specified using comma-separated values. The size of the headers must be less than 80KB.
    httpMethod String
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST.
    oauthToken OAuthTokenResponse
    If specified, an OAuth token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization should generally only be used when calling Google APIs hosted on *.googleapis.com.
    oidcToken OidcTokenResponse
    If specified, an OIDC token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization can be used for many scenarios, including calling Cloud Run, or endpoints where you intend to validate the token yourself.
    url String
    The full url path that the request will be sent to. This string must begin with either "http://" or "https://". Some examples are: http://acme.com and https://acme.com/sales:8080. Cloud Tasks will encode some characters for safety and compatibility. The maximum allowed URL length is 2083 characters after encoding. The Location header response from a redirect response [300 - 399] may be followed. The redirect is not counted as a separate attempt.
    body string
    HTTP request body. A request body is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST, PUT, or PATCH. It is an error to set body on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    headers {[key: string]: string}
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when running the task is created or task is created. These headers represent a subset of the headers that will accompany the task's HTTP request. Some HTTP request headers will be ignored or replaced. A partial list of headers that will be ignored or replaced is: * Any header that is prefixed with "X-CloudTasks-" will be treated as service header. Service headers define properties of the task and are predefined in CloudTask. * Host: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks and derived from HttpRequest.url. * Content-Length: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks. * User-Agent: This will be set to "Google-Cloud-Tasks". * X-Google-*: Google use only. * X-AppEngine-*: Google use only. Content-Type won't be set by Cloud Tasks. You can explicitly set Content-Type to a media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/octet-stream" or "application/json". Headers which can have multiple values (according to RFC2616) can be specified using comma-separated values. The size of the headers must be less than 80KB.
    httpMethod string
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST.
    oauthToken OAuthTokenResponse
    If specified, an OAuth token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization should generally only be used when calling Google APIs hosted on *.googleapis.com.
    oidcToken OidcTokenResponse
    If specified, an OIDC token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization can be used for many scenarios, including calling Cloud Run, or endpoints where you intend to validate the token yourself.
    url string
    The full url path that the request will be sent to. This string must begin with either "http://" or "https://". Some examples are: http://acme.com and https://acme.com/sales:8080. Cloud Tasks will encode some characters for safety and compatibility. The maximum allowed URL length is 2083 characters after encoding. The Location header response from a redirect response [300 - 399] may be followed. The redirect is not counted as a separate attempt.
    body str
    HTTP request body. A request body is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST, PUT, or PATCH. It is an error to set body on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    headers Mapping[str, str]
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when running the task is created or task is created. These headers represent a subset of the headers that will accompany the task's HTTP request. Some HTTP request headers will be ignored or replaced. A partial list of headers that will be ignored or replaced is: * Any header that is prefixed with "X-CloudTasks-" will be treated as service header. Service headers define properties of the task and are predefined in CloudTask. * Host: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks and derived from HttpRequest.url. * Content-Length: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks. * User-Agent: This will be set to "Google-Cloud-Tasks". * X-Google-*: Google use only. * X-AppEngine-*: Google use only. Content-Type won't be set by Cloud Tasks. You can explicitly set Content-Type to a media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/octet-stream" or "application/json". Headers which can have multiple values (according to RFC2616) can be specified using comma-separated values. The size of the headers must be less than 80KB.
    http_method str
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST.
    oauth_token OAuthTokenResponse
    If specified, an OAuth token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization should generally only be used when calling Google APIs hosted on *.googleapis.com.
    oidc_token OidcTokenResponse
    If specified, an OIDC token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization can be used for many scenarios, including calling Cloud Run, or endpoints where you intend to validate the token yourself.
    url str
    The full url path that the request will be sent to. This string must begin with either "http://" or "https://". Some examples are: http://acme.com and https://acme.com/sales:8080. Cloud Tasks will encode some characters for safety and compatibility. The maximum allowed URL length is 2083 characters after encoding. The Location header response from a redirect response [300 - 399] may be followed. The redirect is not counted as a separate attempt.
    body String
    HTTP request body. A request body is allowed only if the HTTP method is POST, PUT, or PATCH. It is an error to set body on a task with an incompatible HttpMethod.
    headers Map<String>
    HTTP request headers. This map contains the header field names and values. Headers can be set when running the task is created or task is created. These headers represent a subset of the headers that will accompany the task's HTTP request. Some HTTP request headers will be ignored or replaced. A partial list of headers that will be ignored or replaced is: * Any header that is prefixed with "X-CloudTasks-" will be treated as service header. Service headers define properties of the task and are predefined in CloudTask. * Host: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks and derived from HttpRequest.url. * Content-Length: This will be computed by Cloud Tasks. * User-Agent: This will be set to "Google-Cloud-Tasks". * X-Google-*: Google use only. * X-AppEngine-*: Google use only. Content-Type won't be set by Cloud Tasks. You can explicitly set Content-Type to a media type when the task is created. For example, Content-Type can be set to "application/octet-stream" or "application/json". Headers which can have multiple values (according to RFC2616) can be specified using comma-separated values. The size of the headers must be less than 80KB.
    httpMethod String
    The HTTP method to use for the request. The default is POST.
    oauthToken Property Map
    If specified, an OAuth token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization should generally only be used when calling Google APIs hosted on *.googleapis.com.
    oidcToken Property Map
    If specified, an OIDC token will be generated and attached as an Authorization header in the HTTP request. This type of authorization can be used for many scenarios, including calling Cloud Run, or endpoints where you intend to validate the token yourself.
    url String
    The full url path that the request will be sent to. This string must begin with either "http://" or "https://". Some examples are: http://acme.com and https://acme.com/sales:8080. Cloud Tasks will encode some characters for safety and compatibility. The maximum allowed URL length is 2083 characters after encoding. The Location header response from a redirect response [300 - 399] may be followed. The redirect is not counted as a separate attempt.

    OAuthToken, OAuthTokenArgs

    Scope string
    OAuth scope to be used for generating OAuth access token. If not specified, "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform" will be used.
    ServiceAccountEmail string
    Service account email to be used for generating OAuth token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    Scope string
    OAuth scope to be used for generating OAuth access token. If not specified, "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform" will be used.
    ServiceAccountEmail string
    Service account email to be used for generating OAuth token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    scope String
    OAuth scope to be used for generating OAuth access token. If not specified, "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform" will be used.
    serviceAccountEmail String
    Service account email to be used for generating OAuth token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    scope string
    OAuth scope to be used for generating OAuth access token. If not specified, "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform" will be used.
    serviceAccountEmail string
    Service account email to be used for generating OAuth token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    scope str
    OAuth scope to be used for generating OAuth access token. If not specified, "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform" will be used.
    service_account_email str
    Service account email to be used for generating OAuth token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    scope String
    OAuth scope to be used for generating OAuth access token. If not specified, "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform" will be used.
    serviceAccountEmail String
    Service account email to be used for generating OAuth token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.

    OAuthTokenResponse, OAuthTokenResponseArgs

    Scope string
    OAuth scope to be used for generating OAuth access token. If not specified, "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform" will be used.
    ServiceAccountEmail string
    Service account email to be used for generating OAuth token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    Scope string
    OAuth scope to be used for generating OAuth access token. If not specified, "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform" will be used.
    ServiceAccountEmail string
    Service account email to be used for generating OAuth token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    scope String
    OAuth scope to be used for generating OAuth access token. If not specified, "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform" will be used.
    serviceAccountEmail String
    Service account email to be used for generating OAuth token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    scope string
    OAuth scope to be used for generating OAuth access token. If not specified, "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform" will be used.
    serviceAccountEmail string
    Service account email to be used for generating OAuth token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    scope str
    OAuth scope to be used for generating OAuth access token. If not specified, "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform" will be used.
    service_account_email str
    Service account email to be used for generating OAuth token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    scope String
    OAuth scope to be used for generating OAuth access token. If not specified, "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform" will be used.
    serviceAccountEmail String
    Service account email to be used for generating OAuth token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.

    OidcToken, OidcTokenArgs

    Audience string
    Audience to be used when generating OIDC token. If not specified, the URI specified in target will be used.
    ServiceAccountEmail string
    Service account email to be used for generating OIDC token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    Audience string
    Audience to be used when generating OIDC token. If not specified, the URI specified in target will be used.
    ServiceAccountEmail string
    Service account email to be used for generating OIDC token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    audience String
    Audience to be used when generating OIDC token. If not specified, the URI specified in target will be used.
    serviceAccountEmail String
    Service account email to be used for generating OIDC token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    audience string
    Audience to be used when generating OIDC token. If not specified, the URI specified in target will be used.
    serviceAccountEmail string
    Service account email to be used for generating OIDC token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    audience str
    Audience to be used when generating OIDC token. If not specified, the URI specified in target will be used.
    service_account_email str
    Service account email to be used for generating OIDC token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    audience String
    Audience to be used when generating OIDC token. If not specified, the URI specified in target will be used.
    serviceAccountEmail String
    Service account email to be used for generating OIDC token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.

    OidcTokenResponse, OidcTokenResponseArgs

    Audience string
    Audience to be used when generating OIDC token. If not specified, the URI specified in target will be used.
    ServiceAccountEmail string
    Service account email to be used for generating OIDC token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    Audience string
    Audience to be used when generating OIDC token. If not specified, the URI specified in target will be used.
    ServiceAccountEmail string
    Service account email to be used for generating OIDC token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    audience String
    Audience to be used when generating OIDC token. If not specified, the URI specified in target will be used.
    serviceAccountEmail String
    Service account email to be used for generating OIDC token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    audience string
    Audience to be used when generating OIDC token. If not specified, the URI specified in target will be used.
    serviceAccountEmail string
    Service account email to be used for generating OIDC token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    audience str
    Audience to be used when generating OIDC token. If not specified, the URI specified in target will be used.
    service_account_email str
    Service account email to be used for generating OIDC token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.
    audience String
    Audience to be used when generating OIDC token. If not specified, the URI specified in target will be used.
    serviceAccountEmail String
    Service account email to be used for generating OIDC token. The service account must be within the same project as the queue. The caller must have iam.serviceAccounts.actAs permission for the service account.

    PullMessage, PullMessageArgs

    Payload string
    A data payload consumed by the worker to execute the task.
    Tag string
    The task's tag. Tags allow similar tasks to be processed in a batch. If you label tasks with a tag, your worker can lease tasks with the same tag using filter. For example, if you want to aggregate the events associated with a specific user once a day, you could tag tasks with the user ID. The task's tag can only be set when the task is created. The tag must be less than 500 characters. SDK compatibility: Although the SDK allows tags to be either string or bytes, only UTF-8 encoded tags can be used in Cloud Tasks. If a tag isn't UTF-8 encoded, the tag will be empty when the task is returned by Cloud Tasks.
    Payload string
    A data payload consumed by the worker to execute the task.
    Tag string
    The task's tag. Tags allow similar tasks to be processed in a batch. If you label tasks with a tag, your worker can lease tasks with the same tag using filter. For example, if you want to aggregate the events associated with a specific user once a day, you could tag tasks with the user ID. The task's tag can only be set when the task is created. The tag must be less than 500 characters. SDK compatibility: Although the SDK allows tags to be either string or bytes, only UTF-8 encoded tags can be used in Cloud Tasks. If a tag isn't UTF-8 encoded, the tag will be empty when the task is returned by Cloud Tasks.
    payload String
    A data payload consumed by the worker to execute the task.
    tag String
    The task's tag. Tags allow similar tasks to be processed in a batch. If you label tasks with a tag, your worker can lease tasks with the same tag using filter. For example, if you want to aggregate the events associated with a specific user once a day, you could tag tasks with the user ID. The task's tag can only be set when the task is created. The tag must be less than 500 characters. SDK compatibility: Although the SDK allows tags to be either string or bytes, only UTF-8 encoded tags can be used in Cloud Tasks. If a tag isn't UTF-8 encoded, the tag will be empty when the task is returned by Cloud Tasks.
    payload string
    A data payload consumed by the worker to execute the task.
    tag string
    The task's tag. Tags allow similar tasks to be processed in a batch. If you label tasks with a tag, your worker can lease tasks with the same tag using filter. For example, if you want to aggregate the events associated with a specific user once a day, you could tag tasks with the user ID. The task's tag can only be set when the task is created. The tag must be less than 500 characters. SDK compatibility: Although the SDK allows tags to be either string or bytes, only UTF-8 encoded tags can be used in Cloud Tasks. If a tag isn't UTF-8 encoded, the tag will be empty when the task is returned by Cloud Tasks.
    payload str
    A data payload consumed by the worker to execute the task.
    tag str
    The task's tag. Tags allow similar tasks to be processed in a batch. If you label tasks with a tag, your worker can lease tasks with the same tag using filter. For example, if you want to aggregate the events associated with a specific user once a day, you could tag tasks with the user ID. The task's tag can only be set when the task is created. The tag must be less than 500 characters. SDK compatibility: Although the SDK allows tags to be either string or bytes, only UTF-8 encoded tags can be used in Cloud Tasks. If a tag isn't UTF-8 encoded, the tag will be empty when the task is returned by Cloud Tasks.
    payload String
    A data payload consumed by the worker to execute the task.
    tag String
    The task's tag. Tags allow similar tasks to be processed in a batch. If you label tasks with a tag, your worker can lease tasks with the same tag using filter. For example, if you want to aggregate the events associated with a specific user once a day, you could tag tasks with the user ID. The task's tag can only be set when the task is created. The tag must be less than 500 characters. SDK compatibility: Although the SDK allows tags to be either string or bytes, only UTF-8 encoded tags can be used in Cloud Tasks. If a tag isn't UTF-8 encoded, the tag will be empty when the task is returned by Cloud Tasks.

    PullMessageResponse, PullMessageResponseArgs

    Payload string
    A data payload consumed by the worker to execute the task.
    Tag string
    The task's tag. Tags allow similar tasks to be processed in a batch. If you label tasks with a tag, your worker can lease tasks with the same tag using filter. For example, if you want to aggregate the events associated with a specific user once a day, you could tag tasks with the user ID. The task's tag can only be set when the task is created. The tag must be less than 500 characters. SDK compatibility: Although the SDK allows tags to be either string or bytes, only UTF-8 encoded tags can be used in Cloud Tasks. If a tag isn't UTF-8 encoded, the tag will be empty when the task is returned by Cloud Tasks.
    Payload string
    A data payload consumed by the worker to execute the task.
    Tag string
    The task's tag. Tags allow similar tasks to be processed in a batch. If you label tasks with a tag, your worker can lease tasks with the same tag using filter. For example, if you want to aggregate the events associated with a specific user once a day, you could tag tasks with the user ID. The task's tag can only be set when the task is created. The tag must be less than 500 characters. SDK compatibility: Although the SDK allows tags to be either string or bytes, only UTF-8 encoded tags can be used in Cloud Tasks. If a tag isn't UTF-8 encoded, the tag will be empty when the task is returned by Cloud Tasks.
    payload String
    A data payload consumed by the worker to execute the task.
    tag String
    The task's tag. Tags allow similar tasks to be processed in a batch. If you label tasks with a tag, your worker can lease tasks with the same tag using filter. For example, if you want to aggregate the events associated with a specific user once a day, you could tag tasks with the user ID. The task's tag can only be set when the task is created. The tag must be less than 500 characters. SDK compatibility: Although the SDK allows tags to be either string or bytes, only UTF-8 encoded tags can be used in Cloud Tasks. If a tag isn't UTF-8 encoded, the tag will be empty when the task is returned by Cloud Tasks.
    payload string
    A data payload consumed by the worker to execute the task.
    tag string
    The task's tag. Tags allow similar tasks to be processed in a batch. If you label tasks with a tag, your worker can lease tasks with the same tag using filter. For example, if you want to aggregate the events associated with a specific user once a day, you could tag tasks with the user ID. The task's tag can only be set when the task is created. The tag must be less than 500 characters. SDK compatibility: Although the SDK allows tags to be either string or bytes, only UTF-8 encoded tags can be used in Cloud Tasks. If a tag isn't UTF-8 encoded, the tag will be empty when the task is returned by Cloud Tasks.
    payload str
    A data payload consumed by the worker to execute the task.
    tag str
    The task's tag. Tags allow similar tasks to be processed in a batch. If you label tasks with a tag, your worker can lease tasks with the same tag using filter. For example, if you want to aggregate the events associated with a specific user once a day, you could tag tasks with the user ID. The task's tag can only be set when the task is created. The tag must be less than 500 characters. SDK compatibility: Although the SDK allows tags to be either string or bytes, only UTF-8 encoded tags can be used in Cloud Tasks. If a tag isn't UTF-8 encoded, the tag will be empty when the task is returned by Cloud Tasks.
    payload String
    A data payload consumed by the worker to execute the task.
    tag String
    The task's tag. Tags allow similar tasks to be processed in a batch. If you label tasks with a tag, your worker can lease tasks with the same tag using filter. For example, if you want to aggregate the events associated with a specific user once a day, you could tag tasks with the user ID. The task's tag can only be set when the task is created. The tag must be less than 500 characters. SDK compatibility: Although the SDK allows tags to be either string or bytes, only UTF-8 encoded tags can be used in Cloud Tasks. If a tag isn't UTF-8 encoded, the tag will be empty when the task is returned by Cloud Tasks.

    StatusResponse, StatusResponseArgs

    Code int
    The status code, which should be an enum value of google.rpc.Code.
    Details List<ImmutableDictionary<string, string>>
    A list of messages that carry the error details. There is a common set of message types for APIs to use.
    Message string
    A developer-facing error message, which should be in English. Any user-facing error message should be localized and sent in the google.rpc.Status.details field, or localized by the client.
    Code int
    The status code, which should be an enum value of google.rpc.Code.
    Details []map[string]string
    A list of messages that carry the error details. There is a common set of message types for APIs to use.
    Message string
    A developer-facing error message, which should be in English. Any user-facing error message should be localized and sent in the google.rpc.Status.details field, or localized by the client.
    code Integer
    The status code, which should be an enum value of google.rpc.Code.
    details List<Map<String,String>>
    A list of messages that carry the error details. There is a common set of message types for APIs to use.
    message String
    A developer-facing error message, which should be in English. Any user-facing error message should be localized and sent in the google.rpc.Status.details field, or localized by the client.
    code number
    The status code, which should be an enum value of google.rpc.Code.
    details {[key: string]: string}[]
    A list of messages that carry the error details. There is a common set of message types for APIs to use.
    message string
    A developer-facing error message, which should be in English. Any user-facing error message should be localized and sent in the google.rpc.Status.details field, or localized by the client.
    code int
    The status code, which should be an enum value of google.rpc.Code.
    details Sequence[Mapping[str, str]]
    A list of messages that carry the error details. There is a common set of message types for APIs to use.
    message str
    A developer-facing error message, which should be in English. Any user-facing error message should be localized and sent in the google.rpc.Status.details field, or localized by the client.
    code Number
    The status code, which should be an enum value of google.rpc.Code.
    details List<Map<String>>
    A list of messages that carry the error details. There is a common set of message types for APIs to use.
    message String
    A developer-facing error message, which should be in English. Any user-facing error message should be localized and sent in the google.rpc.Status.details field, or localized by the client.

    TaskResponseView, TaskResponseViewArgs

    ViewUnspecified
    VIEW_UNSPECIFIEDUnspecified. Defaults to BASIC.
    Basic
    BASICThe basic view omits fields which can be large or can contain sensitive data. This view does not include the (payload in AppEngineHttpRequest and payload in PullMessage). These payloads are desirable to return only when needed, because they can be large and because of the sensitivity of the data that you choose to store in it.
    Full
    FULLAll information is returned. Authorization for FULL requires cloudtasks.tasks.fullView Google IAM permission on the Queue resource.
    TaskResponseViewViewUnspecified
    VIEW_UNSPECIFIEDUnspecified. Defaults to BASIC.
    TaskResponseViewBasic
    BASICThe basic view omits fields which can be large or can contain sensitive data. This view does not include the (payload in AppEngineHttpRequest and payload in PullMessage). These payloads are desirable to return only when needed, because they can be large and because of the sensitivity of the data that you choose to store in it.
    TaskResponseViewFull
    FULLAll information is returned. Authorization for FULL requires cloudtasks.tasks.fullView Google IAM permission on the Queue resource.
    ViewUnspecified
    VIEW_UNSPECIFIEDUnspecified. Defaults to BASIC.
    Basic
    BASICThe basic view omits fields which can be large or can contain sensitive data. This view does not include the (payload in AppEngineHttpRequest and payload in PullMessage). These payloads are desirable to return only when needed, because they can be large and because of the sensitivity of the data that you choose to store in it.
    Full
    FULLAll information is returned. Authorization for FULL requires cloudtasks.tasks.fullView Google IAM permission on the Queue resource.
    ViewUnspecified
    VIEW_UNSPECIFIEDUnspecified. Defaults to BASIC.
    Basic
    BASICThe basic view omits fields which can be large or can contain sensitive data. This view does not include the (payload in AppEngineHttpRequest and payload in PullMessage). These payloads are desirable to return only when needed, because they can be large and because of the sensitivity of the data that you choose to store in it.
    Full
    FULLAll information is returned. Authorization for FULL requires cloudtasks.tasks.fullView Google IAM permission on the Queue resource.
    VIEW_UNSPECIFIED
    VIEW_UNSPECIFIEDUnspecified. Defaults to BASIC.
    BASIC
    BASICThe basic view omits fields which can be large or can contain sensitive data. This view does not include the (payload in AppEngineHttpRequest and payload in PullMessage). These payloads are desirable to return only when needed, because they can be large and because of the sensitivity of the data that you choose to store in it.
    FULL
    FULLAll information is returned. Authorization for FULL requires cloudtasks.tasks.fullView Google IAM permission on the Queue resource.
    "VIEW_UNSPECIFIED"
    VIEW_UNSPECIFIEDUnspecified. Defaults to BASIC.
    "BASIC"
    BASICThe basic view omits fields which can be large or can contain sensitive data. This view does not include the (payload in AppEngineHttpRequest and payload in PullMessage). These payloads are desirable to return only when needed, because they can be large and because of the sensitivity of the data that you choose to store in it.
    "FULL"
    FULLAll information is returned. Authorization for FULL requires cloudtasks.tasks.fullView Google IAM permission on the Queue resource.

    TaskStatusResponse, TaskStatusResponseArgs

    AttemptDispatchCount int
    The number of attempts dispatched. This count includes attempts which have been dispatched but haven't received a response.
    AttemptResponseCount int
    The number of attempts which have received a response. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    FirstAttemptStatus Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.Inputs.AttemptStatusResponse
    The status of the task's first attempt. Only dispatch_time will be set. The other AttemptStatus information is not retained by Cloud Tasks. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    LastAttemptStatus Pulumi.GoogleNative.CloudTasks.V2Beta2.Inputs.AttemptStatusResponse
    The status of the task's last attempt. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    AttemptDispatchCount int
    The number of attempts dispatched. This count includes attempts which have been dispatched but haven't received a response.
    AttemptResponseCount int
    The number of attempts which have received a response. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    FirstAttemptStatus AttemptStatusResponse
    The status of the task's first attempt. Only dispatch_time will be set. The other AttemptStatus information is not retained by Cloud Tasks. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    LastAttemptStatus AttemptStatusResponse
    The status of the task's last attempt. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    attemptDispatchCount Integer
    The number of attempts dispatched. This count includes attempts which have been dispatched but haven't received a response.
    attemptResponseCount Integer
    The number of attempts which have received a response. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    firstAttemptStatus AttemptStatusResponse
    The status of the task's first attempt. Only dispatch_time will be set. The other AttemptStatus information is not retained by Cloud Tasks. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    lastAttemptStatus AttemptStatusResponse
    The status of the task's last attempt. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    attemptDispatchCount number
    The number of attempts dispatched. This count includes attempts which have been dispatched but haven't received a response.
    attemptResponseCount number
    The number of attempts which have received a response. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    firstAttemptStatus AttemptStatusResponse
    The status of the task's first attempt. Only dispatch_time will be set. The other AttemptStatus information is not retained by Cloud Tasks. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    lastAttemptStatus AttemptStatusResponse
    The status of the task's last attempt. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    attempt_dispatch_count int
    The number of attempts dispatched. This count includes attempts which have been dispatched but haven't received a response.
    attempt_response_count int
    The number of attempts which have received a response. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    first_attempt_status AttemptStatusResponse
    The status of the task's first attempt. Only dispatch_time will be set. The other AttemptStatus information is not retained by Cloud Tasks. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    last_attempt_status AttemptStatusResponse
    The status of the task's last attempt. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    attemptDispatchCount Number
    The number of attempts dispatched. This count includes attempts which have been dispatched but haven't received a response.
    attemptResponseCount Number
    The number of attempts which have received a response. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    firstAttemptStatus Property Map
    The status of the task's first attempt. Only dispatch_time will be set. The other AttemptStatus information is not retained by Cloud Tasks. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.
    lastAttemptStatus Property Map
    The status of the task's last attempt. This field is not calculated for pull tasks.

    Package Details

    Repository
    Google Cloud Native pulumi/pulumi-google-native
    License
    Apache-2.0
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    Google Cloud Native is in preview. Google Cloud Classic is fully supported.

    Google Cloud Native v0.32.0 published on Wednesday, Nov 29, 2023 by Pulumi