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Google Cloud Native v0.31.1 published on Thursday, Jul 20, 2023 by Pulumi

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Google Cloud Native v0.31.1 published on Thursday, Jul 20, 2023 by Pulumi

    Creates a UrlMap resource in the specified project using the data included in the request.

    Create UrlMap Resource

    new UrlMap(name: string, args?: UrlMapArgs, opts?: CustomResourceOptions);
    @overload
    def UrlMap(resource_name: str,
               opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None,
               default_custom_error_response_policy: Optional[CustomErrorResponsePolicyArgs] = None,
               default_route_action: Optional[HttpRouteActionArgs] = None,
               default_service: Optional[str] = None,
               default_url_redirect: Optional[HttpRedirectActionArgs] = None,
               description: Optional[str] = None,
               header_action: Optional[HttpHeaderActionArgs] = None,
               host_rules: Optional[Sequence[HostRuleArgs]] = None,
               name: Optional[str] = None,
               path_matchers: Optional[Sequence[PathMatcherArgs]] = None,
               project: Optional[str] = None,
               request_id: Optional[str] = None,
               tests: Optional[Sequence[UrlMapTestArgs]] = None)
    @overload
    def UrlMap(resource_name: str,
               args: Optional[UrlMapArgs] = None,
               opts: Optional[ResourceOptions] = None)
    func NewUrlMap(ctx *Context, name string, args *UrlMapArgs, opts ...ResourceOption) (*UrlMap, error)
    public UrlMap(string name, UrlMapArgs? args = null, CustomResourceOptions? opts = null)
    public UrlMap(String name, UrlMapArgs args)
    public UrlMap(String name, UrlMapArgs args, CustomResourceOptions options)
    
    type: google-native:compute/beta:UrlMap
    properties: # The arguments to resource properties.
    options: # Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    
    
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args UrlMapArgs
    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 UrlMapArgs
    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 UrlMapArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts ResourceOption
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name string
    The unique name of the resource.
    args UrlMapArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    opts CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.
    name String
    The unique name of the resource.
    args UrlMapArgs
    The arguments to resource properties.
    options CustomResourceOptions
    Bag of options to control resource's behavior.

    UrlMap 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 UrlMap resource accepts the following input properties:

    DefaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the Load Balancer level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like PathMatcher, RouteRule and PathRule within this UrlMap. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy containing policies for responding to 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathMatcher configured for *.example.com has defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy for 4xx. If a request for http://www.example.com/ encounters a 404, the policy in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy will be enforced. When the request for http://www.example.com/ encounters a 502, the policy in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy will be enforced. When a request that does not match any host in *.example.com such as http://www.myotherexample.com/, encounters a 404, UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    DefaultRouteAction Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRouteAction

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the hostRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within defaultRouteAction. defaultRouteAction has no effect when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    DefaultService string

    The full or partial URL of the defaultService resource to which traffic is directed if none of the hostRules match. If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. defaultService has no effect when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    DefaultUrlRedirect Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRedirectAction

    When none of the specified hostRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    Description string

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    HeaderAction Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpHeaderAction

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction specified here take effect after headerAction specified under pathMatcher. headerAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    HostRules List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HostRule>

    The list of host rules to use against the URL.

    Name string

    Name of the resource. Provided by the client when the resource is created. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035. Specifically, the name must be 1-63 characters long and match the regular expression [a-z]([-a-z0-9]*[a-z0-9])? which means the first character must be a lowercase letter, and all following characters must be a dash, lowercase letter, or digit, except the last character, which cannot be a dash.

    PathMatchers List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.PathMatcher>

    The list of named PathMatchers to use against the URL.

    Project string
    RequestId string

    An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).

    Tests List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.UrlMapTest>

    The list of expected URL mapping tests. Request to update the UrlMap succeeds only if all test cases pass. You can specify a maximum of 100 tests per UrlMap. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    DefaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicyArgs

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the Load Balancer level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like PathMatcher, RouteRule and PathRule within this UrlMap. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy containing policies for responding to 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathMatcher configured for *.example.com has defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy for 4xx. If a request for http://www.example.com/ encounters a 404, the policy in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy will be enforced. When the request for http://www.example.com/ encounters a 502, the policy in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy will be enforced. When a request that does not match any host in *.example.com such as http://www.myotherexample.com/, encounters a 404, UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    DefaultRouteAction HttpRouteActionArgs

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the hostRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within defaultRouteAction. defaultRouteAction has no effect when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    DefaultService string

    The full or partial URL of the defaultService resource to which traffic is directed if none of the hostRules match. If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. defaultService has no effect when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    DefaultUrlRedirect HttpRedirectActionArgs

    When none of the specified hostRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    Description string

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    HeaderAction HttpHeaderActionArgs

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction specified here take effect after headerAction specified under pathMatcher. headerAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    HostRules []HostRuleArgs

    The list of host rules to use against the URL.

    Name string

    Name of the resource. Provided by the client when the resource is created. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035. Specifically, the name must be 1-63 characters long and match the regular expression [a-z]([-a-z0-9]*[a-z0-9])? which means the first character must be a lowercase letter, and all following characters must be a dash, lowercase letter, or digit, except the last character, which cannot be a dash.

    PathMatchers []PathMatcherArgs

    The list of named PathMatchers to use against the URL.

    Project string
    RequestId string

    An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).

    Tests []UrlMapTestArgs

    The list of expected URL mapping tests. Request to update the UrlMap succeeds only if all test cases pass. You can specify a maximum of 100 tests per UrlMap. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the Load Balancer level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like PathMatcher, RouteRule and PathRule within this UrlMap. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy containing policies for responding to 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathMatcher configured for *.example.com has defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy for 4xx. If a request for http://www.example.com/ encounters a 404, the policy in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy will be enforced. When the request for http://www.example.com/ encounters a 502, the policy in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy will be enforced. When a request that does not match any host in *.example.com such as http://www.myotherexample.com/, encounters a 404, UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    defaultRouteAction HttpRouteAction

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the hostRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within defaultRouteAction. defaultRouteAction has no effect when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    defaultService String

    The full or partial URL of the defaultService resource to which traffic is directed if none of the hostRules match. If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. defaultService has no effect when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    defaultUrlRedirect HttpRedirectAction

    When none of the specified hostRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    description String

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    headerAction HttpHeaderAction

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction specified here take effect after headerAction specified under pathMatcher. headerAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    hostRules List<HostRule>

    The list of host rules to use against the URL.

    name String

    Name of the resource. Provided by the client when the resource is created. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035. Specifically, the name must be 1-63 characters long and match the regular expression [a-z]([-a-z0-9]*[a-z0-9])? which means the first character must be a lowercase letter, and all following characters must be a dash, lowercase letter, or digit, except the last character, which cannot be a dash.

    pathMatchers List<PathMatcher>

    The list of named PathMatchers to use against the URL.

    project String
    requestId String

    An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).

    tests List<UrlMapTest>

    The list of expected URL mapping tests. Request to update the UrlMap succeeds only if all test cases pass. You can specify a maximum of 100 tests per UrlMap. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the Load Balancer level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like PathMatcher, RouteRule and PathRule within this UrlMap. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy containing policies for responding to 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathMatcher configured for *.example.com has defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy for 4xx. If a request for http://www.example.com/ encounters a 404, the policy in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy will be enforced. When the request for http://www.example.com/ encounters a 502, the policy in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy will be enforced. When a request that does not match any host in *.example.com such as http://www.myotherexample.com/, encounters a 404, UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    defaultRouteAction HttpRouteAction

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the hostRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within defaultRouteAction. defaultRouteAction has no effect when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    defaultService string

    The full or partial URL of the defaultService resource to which traffic is directed if none of the hostRules match. If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. defaultService has no effect when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    defaultUrlRedirect HttpRedirectAction

    When none of the specified hostRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    description string

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    headerAction HttpHeaderAction

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction specified here take effect after headerAction specified under pathMatcher. headerAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    hostRules HostRule[]

    The list of host rules to use against the URL.

    name string

    Name of the resource. Provided by the client when the resource is created. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035. Specifically, the name must be 1-63 characters long and match the regular expression [a-z]([-a-z0-9]*[a-z0-9])? which means the first character must be a lowercase letter, and all following characters must be a dash, lowercase letter, or digit, except the last character, which cannot be a dash.

    pathMatchers PathMatcher[]

    The list of named PathMatchers to use against the URL.

    project string
    requestId string

    An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).

    tests UrlMapTest[]

    The list of expected URL mapping tests. Request to update the UrlMap succeeds only if all test cases pass. You can specify a maximum of 100 tests per UrlMap. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    default_custom_error_response_policy CustomErrorResponsePolicyArgs

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the Load Balancer level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like PathMatcher, RouteRule and PathRule within this UrlMap. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy containing policies for responding to 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathMatcher configured for *.example.com has defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy for 4xx. If a request for http://www.example.com/ encounters a 404, the policy in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy will be enforced. When the request for http://www.example.com/ encounters a 502, the policy in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy will be enforced. When a request that does not match any host in *.example.com such as http://www.myotherexample.com/, encounters a 404, UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    default_route_action HttpRouteActionArgs

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the hostRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within defaultRouteAction. defaultRouteAction has no effect when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    default_service str

    The full or partial URL of the defaultService resource to which traffic is directed if none of the hostRules match. If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. defaultService has no effect when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    default_url_redirect HttpRedirectActionArgs

    When none of the specified hostRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    description str

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    header_action HttpHeaderActionArgs

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction specified here take effect after headerAction specified under pathMatcher. headerAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    host_rules Sequence[HostRuleArgs]

    The list of host rules to use against the URL.

    name str

    Name of the resource. Provided by the client when the resource is created. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035. Specifically, the name must be 1-63 characters long and match the regular expression [a-z]([-a-z0-9]*[a-z0-9])? which means the first character must be a lowercase letter, and all following characters must be a dash, lowercase letter, or digit, except the last character, which cannot be a dash.

    path_matchers Sequence[PathMatcherArgs]

    The list of named PathMatchers to use against the URL.

    project str
    request_id str

    An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).

    tests Sequence[UrlMapTestArgs]

    The list of expected URL mapping tests. Request to update the UrlMap succeeds only if all test cases pass. You can specify a maximum of 100 tests per UrlMap. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy Property Map

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the Load Balancer level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like PathMatcher, RouteRule and PathRule within this UrlMap. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy containing policies for responding to 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathMatcher configured for *.example.com has defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy for 4xx. If a request for http://www.example.com/ encounters a 404, the policy in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy will be enforced. When the request for http://www.example.com/ encounters a 502, the policy in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy will be enforced. When a request that does not match any host in *.example.com such as http://www.myotherexample.com/, encounters a 404, UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    defaultRouteAction Property Map

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the hostRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within defaultRouteAction. defaultRouteAction has no effect when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    defaultService String

    The full or partial URL of the defaultService resource to which traffic is directed if none of the hostRules match. If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. defaultService has no effect when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    defaultUrlRedirect Property Map

    When none of the specified hostRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    description String

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    headerAction Property Map

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction specified here take effect after headerAction specified under pathMatcher. headerAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    hostRules List<Property Map>

    The list of host rules to use against the URL.

    name String

    Name of the resource. Provided by the client when the resource is created. The name must be 1-63 characters long, and comply with RFC1035. Specifically, the name must be 1-63 characters long and match the regular expression [a-z]([-a-z0-9]*[a-z0-9])? which means the first character must be a lowercase letter, and all following characters must be a dash, lowercase letter, or digit, except the last character, which cannot be a dash.

    pathMatchers List<Property Map>

    The list of named PathMatchers to use against the URL.

    project String
    requestId String

    An optional request ID to identify requests. Specify a unique request ID so that if you must retry your request, the server will know to ignore the request if it has already been completed. For example, consider a situation where you make an initial request and the request times out. If you make the request again with the same request ID, the server can check if original operation with the same request ID was received, and if so, will ignore the second request. This prevents clients from accidentally creating duplicate commitments. The request ID must be a valid UUID with the exception that zero UUID is not supported ( 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000).

    tests List<Property Map>

    The list of expected URL mapping tests. Request to update the UrlMap succeeds only if all test cases pass. You can specify a maximum of 100 tests per UrlMap. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    Outputs

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

    CreationTimestamp string

    Creation timestamp in RFC3339 text format.

    Fingerprint string

    Fingerprint of this resource. A hash of the contents stored in this object. This field is used in optimistic locking. This field is ignored when inserting a UrlMap. An up-to-date fingerprint must be provided in order to update the UrlMap, otherwise the request will fail with error 412 conditionNotMet. To see the latest fingerprint, make a get() request to retrieve a UrlMap.

    Id string

    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

    Kind string

    Type of the resource. Always compute#urlMaps for url maps.

    Region string

    URL of the region where the regional URL map resides. This field is not applicable to global URL maps. You must specify this field as part of the HTTP request URL. It is not settable as a field in the request body.

    SelfLink string

    Server-defined URL for the resource.

    CreationTimestamp string

    Creation timestamp in RFC3339 text format.

    Fingerprint string

    Fingerprint of this resource. A hash of the contents stored in this object. This field is used in optimistic locking. This field is ignored when inserting a UrlMap. An up-to-date fingerprint must be provided in order to update the UrlMap, otherwise the request will fail with error 412 conditionNotMet. To see the latest fingerprint, make a get() request to retrieve a UrlMap.

    Id string

    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

    Kind string

    Type of the resource. Always compute#urlMaps for url maps.

    Region string

    URL of the region where the regional URL map resides. This field is not applicable to global URL maps. You must specify this field as part of the HTTP request URL. It is not settable as a field in the request body.

    SelfLink string

    Server-defined URL for the resource.

    creationTimestamp String

    Creation timestamp in RFC3339 text format.

    fingerprint String

    Fingerprint of this resource. A hash of the contents stored in this object. This field is used in optimistic locking. This field is ignored when inserting a UrlMap. An up-to-date fingerprint must be provided in order to update the UrlMap, otherwise the request will fail with error 412 conditionNotMet. To see the latest fingerprint, make a get() request to retrieve a UrlMap.

    id String

    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

    kind String

    Type of the resource. Always compute#urlMaps for url maps.

    region String

    URL of the region where the regional URL map resides. This field is not applicable to global URL maps. You must specify this field as part of the HTTP request URL. It is not settable as a field in the request body.

    selfLink String

    Server-defined URL for the resource.

    creationTimestamp string

    Creation timestamp in RFC3339 text format.

    fingerprint string

    Fingerprint of this resource. A hash of the contents stored in this object. This field is used in optimistic locking. This field is ignored when inserting a UrlMap. An up-to-date fingerprint must be provided in order to update the UrlMap, otherwise the request will fail with error 412 conditionNotMet. To see the latest fingerprint, make a get() request to retrieve a UrlMap.

    id string

    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

    kind string

    Type of the resource. Always compute#urlMaps for url maps.

    region string

    URL of the region where the regional URL map resides. This field is not applicable to global URL maps. You must specify this field as part of the HTTP request URL. It is not settable as a field in the request body.

    selfLink string

    Server-defined URL for the resource.

    creation_timestamp str

    Creation timestamp in RFC3339 text format.

    fingerprint str

    Fingerprint of this resource. A hash of the contents stored in this object. This field is used in optimistic locking. This field is ignored when inserting a UrlMap. An up-to-date fingerprint must be provided in order to update the UrlMap, otherwise the request will fail with error 412 conditionNotMet. To see the latest fingerprint, make a get() request to retrieve a UrlMap.

    id str

    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

    kind str

    Type of the resource. Always compute#urlMaps for url maps.

    region str

    URL of the region where the regional URL map resides. This field is not applicable to global URL maps. You must specify this field as part of the HTTP request URL. It is not settable as a field in the request body.

    self_link str

    Server-defined URL for the resource.

    creationTimestamp String

    Creation timestamp in RFC3339 text format.

    fingerprint String

    Fingerprint of this resource. A hash of the contents stored in this object. This field is used in optimistic locking. This field is ignored when inserting a UrlMap. An up-to-date fingerprint must be provided in order to update the UrlMap, otherwise the request will fail with error 412 conditionNotMet. To see the latest fingerprint, make a get() request to retrieve a UrlMap.

    id String

    The provider-assigned unique ID for this managed resource.

    kind String

    Type of the resource. Always compute#urlMaps for url maps.

    region String

    URL of the region where the regional URL map resides. This field is not applicable to global URL maps. You must specify this field as part of the HTTP request URL. It is not settable as a field in the request body.

    selfLink String

    Server-defined URL for the resource.

    Supporting Types

    CorsPolicy, CorsPolicyArgs

    AllowCredentials bool

    In response to a preflight request, setting this to true indicates that the actual request can include user credentials. This field translates to the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header. Default is false.

    AllowHeaders List<string>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Headers header.

    AllowMethods List<string>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Methods header.

    AllowOriginRegexes List<string>

    Specifies a regular expression that matches allowed origins. For more information about the regular expression syntax, see Syntax. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    AllowOrigins List<string>

    Specifies the list of origins that is allowed to do CORS requests. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes.

    Disabled bool

    If true, the setting specifies the CORS policy is disabled. The default value of false, which indicates that the CORS policy is in effect.

    ExposeHeaders List<string>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Expose-Headers header.

    MaxAge int

    Specifies how long results of a preflight request can be cached in seconds. This field translates to the Access-Control-Max-Age header.

    AllowCredentials bool

    In response to a preflight request, setting this to true indicates that the actual request can include user credentials. This field translates to the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header. Default is false.

    AllowHeaders []string

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Headers header.

    AllowMethods []string

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Methods header.

    AllowOriginRegexes []string

    Specifies a regular expression that matches allowed origins. For more information about the regular expression syntax, see Syntax. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    AllowOrigins []string

    Specifies the list of origins that is allowed to do CORS requests. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes.

    Disabled bool

    If true, the setting specifies the CORS policy is disabled. The default value of false, which indicates that the CORS policy is in effect.

    ExposeHeaders []string

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Expose-Headers header.

    MaxAge int

    Specifies how long results of a preflight request can be cached in seconds. This field translates to the Access-Control-Max-Age header.

    allowCredentials Boolean

    In response to a preflight request, setting this to true indicates that the actual request can include user credentials. This field translates to the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header. Default is false.

    allowHeaders List<String>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Headers header.

    allowMethods List<String>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Methods header.

    allowOriginRegexes List<String>

    Specifies a regular expression that matches allowed origins. For more information about the regular expression syntax, see Syntax. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    allowOrigins List<String>

    Specifies the list of origins that is allowed to do CORS requests. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes.

    disabled Boolean

    If true, the setting specifies the CORS policy is disabled. The default value of false, which indicates that the CORS policy is in effect.

    exposeHeaders List<String>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Expose-Headers header.

    maxAge Integer

    Specifies how long results of a preflight request can be cached in seconds. This field translates to the Access-Control-Max-Age header.

    allowCredentials boolean

    In response to a preflight request, setting this to true indicates that the actual request can include user credentials. This field translates to the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header. Default is false.

    allowHeaders string[]

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Headers header.

    allowMethods string[]

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Methods header.

    allowOriginRegexes string[]

    Specifies a regular expression that matches allowed origins. For more information about the regular expression syntax, see Syntax. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    allowOrigins string[]

    Specifies the list of origins that is allowed to do CORS requests. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes.

    disabled boolean

    If true, the setting specifies the CORS policy is disabled. The default value of false, which indicates that the CORS policy is in effect.

    exposeHeaders string[]

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Expose-Headers header.

    maxAge number

    Specifies how long results of a preflight request can be cached in seconds. This field translates to the Access-Control-Max-Age header.

    allow_credentials bool

    In response to a preflight request, setting this to true indicates that the actual request can include user credentials. This field translates to the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header. Default is false.

    allow_headers Sequence[str]

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Headers header.

    allow_methods Sequence[str]

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Methods header.

    allow_origin_regexes Sequence[str]

    Specifies a regular expression that matches allowed origins. For more information about the regular expression syntax, see Syntax. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    allow_origins Sequence[str]

    Specifies the list of origins that is allowed to do CORS requests. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes.

    disabled bool

    If true, the setting specifies the CORS policy is disabled. The default value of false, which indicates that the CORS policy is in effect.

    expose_headers Sequence[str]

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Expose-Headers header.

    max_age int

    Specifies how long results of a preflight request can be cached in seconds. This field translates to the Access-Control-Max-Age header.

    allowCredentials Boolean

    In response to a preflight request, setting this to true indicates that the actual request can include user credentials. This field translates to the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header. Default is false.

    allowHeaders List<String>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Headers header.

    allowMethods List<String>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Methods header.

    allowOriginRegexes List<String>

    Specifies a regular expression that matches allowed origins. For more information about the regular expression syntax, see Syntax. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    allowOrigins List<String>

    Specifies the list of origins that is allowed to do CORS requests. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes.

    disabled Boolean

    If true, the setting specifies the CORS policy is disabled. The default value of false, which indicates that the CORS policy is in effect.

    exposeHeaders List<String>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Expose-Headers header.

    maxAge Number

    Specifies how long results of a preflight request can be cached in seconds. This field translates to the Access-Control-Max-Age header.

    CorsPolicyResponse, CorsPolicyResponseArgs

    AllowCredentials bool

    In response to a preflight request, setting this to true indicates that the actual request can include user credentials. This field translates to the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header. Default is false.

    AllowHeaders List<string>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Headers header.

    AllowMethods List<string>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Methods header.

    AllowOriginRegexes List<string>

    Specifies a regular expression that matches allowed origins. For more information about the regular expression syntax, see Syntax. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    AllowOrigins List<string>

    Specifies the list of origins that is allowed to do CORS requests. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes.

    Disabled bool

    If true, the setting specifies the CORS policy is disabled. The default value of false, which indicates that the CORS policy is in effect.

    ExposeHeaders List<string>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Expose-Headers header.

    MaxAge int

    Specifies how long results of a preflight request can be cached in seconds. This field translates to the Access-Control-Max-Age header.

    AllowCredentials bool

    In response to a preflight request, setting this to true indicates that the actual request can include user credentials. This field translates to the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header. Default is false.

    AllowHeaders []string

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Headers header.

    AllowMethods []string

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Methods header.

    AllowOriginRegexes []string

    Specifies a regular expression that matches allowed origins. For more information about the regular expression syntax, see Syntax. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    AllowOrigins []string

    Specifies the list of origins that is allowed to do CORS requests. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes.

    Disabled bool

    If true, the setting specifies the CORS policy is disabled. The default value of false, which indicates that the CORS policy is in effect.

    ExposeHeaders []string

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Expose-Headers header.

    MaxAge int

    Specifies how long results of a preflight request can be cached in seconds. This field translates to the Access-Control-Max-Age header.

    allowCredentials Boolean

    In response to a preflight request, setting this to true indicates that the actual request can include user credentials. This field translates to the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header. Default is false.

    allowHeaders List<String>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Headers header.

    allowMethods List<String>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Methods header.

    allowOriginRegexes List<String>

    Specifies a regular expression that matches allowed origins. For more information about the regular expression syntax, see Syntax. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    allowOrigins List<String>

    Specifies the list of origins that is allowed to do CORS requests. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes.

    disabled Boolean

    If true, the setting specifies the CORS policy is disabled. The default value of false, which indicates that the CORS policy is in effect.

    exposeHeaders List<String>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Expose-Headers header.

    maxAge Integer

    Specifies how long results of a preflight request can be cached in seconds. This field translates to the Access-Control-Max-Age header.

    allowCredentials boolean

    In response to a preflight request, setting this to true indicates that the actual request can include user credentials. This field translates to the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header. Default is false.

    allowHeaders string[]

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Headers header.

    allowMethods string[]

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Methods header.

    allowOriginRegexes string[]

    Specifies a regular expression that matches allowed origins. For more information about the regular expression syntax, see Syntax. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    allowOrigins string[]

    Specifies the list of origins that is allowed to do CORS requests. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes.

    disabled boolean

    If true, the setting specifies the CORS policy is disabled. The default value of false, which indicates that the CORS policy is in effect.

    exposeHeaders string[]

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Expose-Headers header.

    maxAge number

    Specifies how long results of a preflight request can be cached in seconds. This field translates to the Access-Control-Max-Age header.

    allow_credentials bool

    In response to a preflight request, setting this to true indicates that the actual request can include user credentials. This field translates to the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header. Default is false.

    allow_headers Sequence[str]

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Headers header.

    allow_methods Sequence[str]

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Methods header.

    allow_origin_regexes Sequence[str]

    Specifies a regular expression that matches allowed origins. For more information about the regular expression syntax, see Syntax. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    allow_origins Sequence[str]

    Specifies the list of origins that is allowed to do CORS requests. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes.

    disabled bool

    If true, the setting specifies the CORS policy is disabled. The default value of false, which indicates that the CORS policy is in effect.

    expose_headers Sequence[str]

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Expose-Headers header.

    max_age int

    Specifies how long results of a preflight request can be cached in seconds. This field translates to the Access-Control-Max-Age header.

    allowCredentials Boolean

    In response to a preflight request, setting this to true indicates that the actual request can include user credentials. This field translates to the Access-Control-Allow-Credentials header. Default is false.

    allowHeaders List<String>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Headers header.

    allowMethods List<String>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Allow-Methods header.

    allowOriginRegexes List<String>

    Specifies a regular expression that matches allowed origins. For more information about the regular expression syntax, see Syntax. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    allowOrigins List<String>

    Specifies the list of origins that is allowed to do CORS requests. An origin is allowed if it matches either an item in allowOrigins or an item in allowOriginRegexes.

    disabled Boolean

    If true, the setting specifies the CORS policy is disabled. The default value of false, which indicates that the CORS policy is in effect.

    exposeHeaders List<String>

    Specifies the content for the Access-Control-Expose-Headers header.

    maxAge Number

    Specifies how long results of a preflight request can be cached in seconds. This field translates to the Access-Control-Max-Age header.

    CustomErrorResponsePolicy, CustomErrorResponsePolicyArgs

    ErrorResponseRules List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.CustomErrorResponsePolicyCustomErrorResponseRule>

    Specifies rules for returning error responses. In a given policy, if you specify rules for both a range of error codes as well as rules for specific error codes then rules with specific error codes have a higher priority. For example, assume that you configure a rule for 401 (Un-authorized) code, and another for all 4 series error codes (4XX). If the backend service returns a 401, then the rule for 401 will be applied. However if the backend service returns a 403, the rule for 4xx takes effect.

    ErrorService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendBucket resource that contains the custom error content. Examples are: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket If errorService is not specified at lower levels like pathMatcher, pathRule and routeRule, an errorService specified at a higher level in the UrlMap will be used. If UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy contains one or more errorResponseRules[], it must specify errorService. If load balancer cannot reach the backendBucket, a simple Not Found Error will be returned, with the original response code (or overrideResponseCode if configured). errorService is not supported for internal or regional HTTP/HTTPS load balancers.

    ErrorResponseRules []CustomErrorResponsePolicyCustomErrorResponseRule

    Specifies rules for returning error responses. In a given policy, if you specify rules for both a range of error codes as well as rules for specific error codes then rules with specific error codes have a higher priority. For example, assume that you configure a rule for 401 (Un-authorized) code, and another for all 4 series error codes (4XX). If the backend service returns a 401, then the rule for 401 will be applied. However if the backend service returns a 403, the rule for 4xx takes effect.

    ErrorService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendBucket resource that contains the custom error content. Examples are: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket If errorService is not specified at lower levels like pathMatcher, pathRule and routeRule, an errorService specified at a higher level in the UrlMap will be used. If UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy contains one or more errorResponseRules[], it must specify errorService. If load balancer cannot reach the backendBucket, a simple Not Found Error will be returned, with the original response code (or overrideResponseCode if configured). errorService is not supported for internal or regional HTTP/HTTPS load balancers.

    errorResponseRules List<CustomErrorResponsePolicyCustomErrorResponseRule>

    Specifies rules for returning error responses. In a given policy, if you specify rules for both a range of error codes as well as rules for specific error codes then rules with specific error codes have a higher priority. For example, assume that you configure a rule for 401 (Un-authorized) code, and another for all 4 series error codes (4XX). If the backend service returns a 401, then the rule for 401 will be applied. However if the backend service returns a 403, the rule for 4xx takes effect.

    errorService String

    The full or partial URL to the BackendBucket resource that contains the custom error content. Examples are: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket If errorService is not specified at lower levels like pathMatcher, pathRule and routeRule, an errorService specified at a higher level in the UrlMap will be used. If UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy contains one or more errorResponseRules[], it must specify errorService. If load balancer cannot reach the backendBucket, a simple Not Found Error will be returned, with the original response code (or overrideResponseCode if configured). errorService is not supported for internal or regional HTTP/HTTPS load balancers.

    errorResponseRules CustomErrorResponsePolicyCustomErrorResponseRule[]

    Specifies rules for returning error responses. In a given policy, if you specify rules for both a range of error codes as well as rules for specific error codes then rules with specific error codes have a higher priority. For example, assume that you configure a rule for 401 (Un-authorized) code, and another for all 4 series error codes (4XX). If the backend service returns a 401, then the rule for 401 will be applied. However if the backend service returns a 403, the rule for 4xx takes effect.

    errorService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendBucket resource that contains the custom error content. Examples are: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket If errorService is not specified at lower levels like pathMatcher, pathRule and routeRule, an errorService specified at a higher level in the UrlMap will be used. If UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy contains one or more errorResponseRules[], it must specify errorService. If load balancer cannot reach the backendBucket, a simple Not Found Error will be returned, with the original response code (or overrideResponseCode if configured). errorService is not supported for internal or regional HTTP/HTTPS load balancers.

    error_response_rules Sequence[CustomErrorResponsePolicyCustomErrorResponseRule]

    Specifies rules for returning error responses. In a given policy, if you specify rules for both a range of error codes as well as rules for specific error codes then rules with specific error codes have a higher priority. For example, assume that you configure a rule for 401 (Un-authorized) code, and another for all 4 series error codes (4XX). If the backend service returns a 401, then the rule for 401 will be applied. However if the backend service returns a 403, the rule for 4xx takes effect.

    error_service str

    The full or partial URL to the BackendBucket resource that contains the custom error content. Examples are: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket If errorService is not specified at lower levels like pathMatcher, pathRule and routeRule, an errorService specified at a higher level in the UrlMap will be used. If UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy contains one or more errorResponseRules[], it must specify errorService. If load balancer cannot reach the backendBucket, a simple Not Found Error will be returned, with the original response code (or overrideResponseCode if configured). errorService is not supported for internal or regional HTTP/HTTPS load balancers.

    errorResponseRules List<Property Map>

    Specifies rules for returning error responses. In a given policy, if you specify rules for both a range of error codes as well as rules for specific error codes then rules with specific error codes have a higher priority. For example, assume that you configure a rule for 401 (Un-authorized) code, and another for all 4 series error codes (4XX). If the backend service returns a 401, then the rule for 401 will be applied. However if the backend service returns a 403, the rule for 4xx takes effect.

    errorService String

    The full or partial URL to the BackendBucket resource that contains the custom error content. Examples are: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket If errorService is not specified at lower levels like pathMatcher, pathRule and routeRule, an errorService specified at a higher level in the UrlMap will be used. If UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy contains one or more errorResponseRules[], it must specify errorService. If load balancer cannot reach the backendBucket, a simple Not Found Error will be returned, with the original response code (or overrideResponseCode if configured). errorService is not supported for internal or regional HTTP/HTTPS load balancers.

    CustomErrorResponsePolicyCustomErrorResponseRule, CustomErrorResponsePolicyCustomErrorResponseRuleArgs

    MatchResponseCodes List<string>

    Valid values include: - A number between 400 and 599: For example 401 or 503, in which case the load balancer applies the policy if the error code exactly matches this value. - 5xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 500 to 599. - 4xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 400 to 499. Values must be unique within matchResponseCodes and across all errorResponseRules of CustomErrorResponsePolicy.

    OverrideResponseCode int

    The HTTP status code returned with the response containing the custom error content. If overrideResponseCode is not supplied, the same response code returned by the original backend bucket or backend service is returned to the client.

    Path string

    The full path to a file within backendBucket . For example: /errors/defaultError.html path must start with a leading slash. path cannot have trailing slashes. If the file is not available in backendBucket or the load balancer cannot reach the BackendBucket, a simple Not Found Error is returned to the client. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters

    MatchResponseCodes []string

    Valid values include: - A number between 400 and 599: For example 401 or 503, in which case the load balancer applies the policy if the error code exactly matches this value. - 5xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 500 to 599. - 4xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 400 to 499. Values must be unique within matchResponseCodes and across all errorResponseRules of CustomErrorResponsePolicy.

    OverrideResponseCode int

    The HTTP status code returned with the response containing the custom error content. If overrideResponseCode is not supplied, the same response code returned by the original backend bucket or backend service is returned to the client.

    Path string

    The full path to a file within backendBucket . For example: /errors/defaultError.html path must start with a leading slash. path cannot have trailing slashes. If the file is not available in backendBucket or the load balancer cannot reach the BackendBucket, a simple Not Found Error is returned to the client. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters

    matchResponseCodes List<String>

    Valid values include: - A number between 400 and 599: For example 401 or 503, in which case the load balancer applies the policy if the error code exactly matches this value. - 5xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 500 to 599. - 4xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 400 to 499. Values must be unique within matchResponseCodes and across all errorResponseRules of CustomErrorResponsePolicy.

    overrideResponseCode Integer

    The HTTP status code returned with the response containing the custom error content. If overrideResponseCode is not supplied, the same response code returned by the original backend bucket or backend service is returned to the client.

    path String

    The full path to a file within backendBucket . For example: /errors/defaultError.html path must start with a leading slash. path cannot have trailing slashes. If the file is not available in backendBucket or the load balancer cannot reach the BackendBucket, a simple Not Found Error is returned to the client. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters

    matchResponseCodes string[]

    Valid values include: - A number between 400 and 599: For example 401 or 503, in which case the load balancer applies the policy if the error code exactly matches this value. - 5xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 500 to 599. - 4xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 400 to 499. Values must be unique within matchResponseCodes and across all errorResponseRules of CustomErrorResponsePolicy.

    overrideResponseCode number

    The HTTP status code returned with the response containing the custom error content. If overrideResponseCode is not supplied, the same response code returned by the original backend bucket or backend service is returned to the client.

    path string

    The full path to a file within backendBucket . For example: /errors/defaultError.html path must start with a leading slash. path cannot have trailing slashes. If the file is not available in backendBucket or the load balancer cannot reach the BackendBucket, a simple Not Found Error is returned to the client. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters

    match_response_codes Sequence[str]

    Valid values include: - A number between 400 and 599: For example 401 or 503, in which case the load balancer applies the policy if the error code exactly matches this value. - 5xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 500 to 599. - 4xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 400 to 499. Values must be unique within matchResponseCodes and across all errorResponseRules of CustomErrorResponsePolicy.

    override_response_code int

    The HTTP status code returned with the response containing the custom error content. If overrideResponseCode is not supplied, the same response code returned by the original backend bucket or backend service is returned to the client.

    path str

    The full path to a file within backendBucket . For example: /errors/defaultError.html path must start with a leading slash. path cannot have trailing slashes. If the file is not available in backendBucket or the load balancer cannot reach the BackendBucket, a simple Not Found Error is returned to the client. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters

    matchResponseCodes List<String>

    Valid values include: - A number between 400 and 599: For example 401 or 503, in which case the load balancer applies the policy if the error code exactly matches this value. - 5xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 500 to 599. - 4xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 400 to 499. Values must be unique within matchResponseCodes and across all errorResponseRules of CustomErrorResponsePolicy.

    overrideResponseCode Number

    The HTTP status code returned with the response containing the custom error content. If overrideResponseCode is not supplied, the same response code returned by the original backend bucket or backend service is returned to the client.

    path String

    The full path to a file within backendBucket . For example: /errors/defaultError.html path must start with a leading slash. path cannot have trailing slashes. If the file is not available in backendBucket or the load balancer cannot reach the BackendBucket, a simple Not Found Error is returned to the client. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters

    CustomErrorResponsePolicyCustomErrorResponseRuleResponse, CustomErrorResponsePolicyCustomErrorResponseRuleResponseArgs

    MatchResponseCodes List<string>

    Valid values include: - A number between 400 and 599: For example 401 or 503, in which case the load balancer applies the policy if the error code exactly matches this value. - 5xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 500 to 599. - 4xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 400 to 499. Values must be unique within matchResponseCodes and across all errorResponseRules of CustomErrorResponsePolicy.

    OverrideResponseCode int

    The HTTP status code returned with the response containing the custom error content. If overrideResponseCode is not supplied, the same response code returned by the original backend bucket or backend service is returned to the client.

    Path string

    The full path to a file within backendBucket . For example: /errors/defaultError.html path must start with a leading slash. path cannot have trailing slashes. If the file is not available in backendBucket or the load balancer cannot reach the BackendBucket, a simple Not Found Error is returned to the client. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters

    MatchResponseCodes []string

    Valid values include: - A number between 400 and 599: For example 401 or 503, in which case the load balancer applies the policy if the error code exactly matches this value. - 5xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 500 to 599. - 4xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 400 to 499. Values must be unique within matchResponseCodes and across all errorResponseRules of CustomErrorResponsePolicy.

    OverrideResponseCode int

    The HTTP status code returned with the response containing the custom error content. If overrideResponseCode is not supplied, the same response code returned by the original backend bucket or backend service is returned to the client.

    Path string

    The full path to a file within backendBucket . For example: /errors/defaultError.html path must start with a leading slash. path cannot have trailing slashes. If the file is not available in backendBucket or the load balancer cannot reach the BackendBucket, a simple Not Found Error is returned to the client. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters

    matchResponseCodes List<String>

    Valid values include: - A number between 400 and 599: For example 401 or 503, in which case the load balancer applies the policy if the error code exactly matches this value. - 5xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 500 to 599. - 4xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 400 to 499. Values must be unique within matchResponseCodes and across all errorResponseRules of CustomErrorResponsePolicy.

    overrideResponseCode Integer

    The HTTP status code returned with the response containing the custom error content. If overrideResponseCode is not supplied, the same response code returned by the original backend bucket or backend service is returned to the client.

    path String

    The full path to a file within backendBucket . For example: /errors/defaultError.html path must start with a leading slash. path cannot have trailing slashes. If the file is not available in backendBucket or the load balancer cannot reach the BackendBucket, a simple Not Found Error is returned to the client. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters

    matchResponseCodes string[]

    Valid values include: - A number between 400 and 599: For example 401 or 503, in which case the load balancer applies the policy if the error code exactly matches this value. - 5xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 500 to 599. - 4xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 400 to 499. Values must be unique within matchResponseCodes and across all errorResponseRules of CustomErrorResponsePolicy.

    overrideResponseCode number

    The HTTP status code returned with the response containing the custom error content. If overrideResponseCode is not supplied, the same response code returned by the original backend bucket or backend service is returned to the client.

    path string

    The full path to a file within backendBucket . For example: /errors/defaultError.html path must start with a leading slash. path cannot have trailing slashes. If the file is not available in backendBucket or the load balancer cannot reach the BackendBucket, a simple Not Found Error is returned to the client. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters

    match_response_codes Sequence[str]

    Valid values include: - A number between 400 and 599: For example 401 or 503, in which case the load balancer applies the policy if the error code exactly matches this value. - 5xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 500 to 599. - 4xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 400 to 499. Values must be unique within matchResponseCodes and across all errorResponseRules of CustomErrorResponsePolicy.

    override_response_code int

    The HTTP status code returned with the response containing the custom error content. If overrideResponseCode is not supplied, the same response code returned by the original backend bucket or backend service is returned to the client.

    path str

    The full path to a file within backendBucket . For example: /errors/defaultError.html path must start with a leading slash. path cannot have trailing slashes. If the file is not available in backendBucket or the load balancer cannot reach the BackendBucket, a simple Not Found Error is returned to the client. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters

    matchResponseCodes List<String>

    Valid values include: - A number between 400 and 599: For example 401 or 503, in which case the load balancer applies the policy if the error code exactly matches this value. - 5xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 500 to 599. - 4xx: Load Balancer will apply the policy if the backend service responds with any response code in the range of 400 to 499. Values must be unique within matchResponseCodes and across all errorResponseRules of CustomErrorResponsePolicy.

    overrideResponseCode Number

    The HTTP status code returned with the response containing the custom error content. If overrideResponseCode is not supplied, the same response code returned by the original backend bucket or backend service is returned to the client.

    path String

    The full path to a file within backendBucket . For example: /errors/defaultError.html path must start with a leading slash. path cannot have trailing slashes. If the file is not available in backendBucket or the load balancer cannot reach the BackendBucket, a simple Not Found Error is returned to the client. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters

    CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse, CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponseArgs

    ErrorResponseRules List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.CustomErrorResponsePolicyCustomErrorResponseRuleResponse>

    Specifies rules for returning error responses. In a given policy, if you specify rules for both a range of error codes as well as rules for specific error codes then rules with specific error codes have a higher priority. For example, assume that you configure a rule for 401 (Un-authorized) code, and another for all 4 series error codes (4XX). If the backend service returns a 401, then the rule for 401 will be applied. However if the backend service returns a 403, the rule for 4xx takes effect.

    ErrorService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendBucket resource that contains the custom error content. Examples are: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket If errorService is not specified at lower levels like pathMatcher, pathRule and routeRule, an errorService specified at a higher level in the UrlMap will be used. If UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy contains one or more errorResponseRules[], it must specify errorService. If load balancer cannot reach the backendBucket, a simple Not Found Error will be returned, with the original response code (or overrideResponseCode if configured). errorService is not supported for internal or regional HTTP/HTTPS load balancers.

    ErrorResponseRules []CustomErrorResponsePolicyCustomErrorResponseRuleResponse

    Specifies rules for returning error responses. In a given policy, if you specify rules for both a range of error codes as well as rules for specific error codes then rules with specific error codes have a higher priority. For example, assume that you configure a rule for 401 (Un-authorized) code, and another for all 4 series error codes (4XX). If the backend service returns a 401, then the rule for 401 will be applied. However if the backend service returns a 403, the rule for 4xx takes effect.

    ErrorService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendBucket resource that contains the custom error content. Examples are: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket If errorService is not specified at lower levels like pathMatcher, pathRule and routeRule, an errorService specified at a higher level in the UrlMap will be used. If UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy contains one or more errorResponseRules[], it must specify errorService. If load balancer cannot reach the backendBucket, a simple Not Found Error will be returned, with the original response code (or overrideResponseCode if configured). errorService is not supported for internal or regional HTTP/HTTPS load balancers.

    errorResponseRules List<CustomErrorResponsePolicyCustomErrorResponseRuleResponse>

    Specifies rules for returning error responses. In a given policy, if you specify rules for both a range of error codes as well as rules for specific error codes then rules with specific error codes have a higher priority. For example, assume that you configure a rule for 401 (Un-authorized) code, and another for all 4 series error codes (4XX). If the backend service returns a 401, then the rule for 401 will be applied. However if the backend service returns a 403, the rule for 4xx takes effect.

    errorService String

    The full or partial URL to the BackendBucket resource that contains the custom error content. Examples are: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket If errorService is not specified at lower levels like pathMatcher, pathRule and routeRule, an errorService specified at a higher level in the UrlMap will be used. If UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy contains one or more errorResponseRules[], it must specify errorService. If load balancer cannot reach the backendBucket, a simple Not Found Error will be returned, with the original response code (or overrideResponseCode if configured). errorService is not supported for internal or regional HTTP/HTTPS load balancers.

    errorResponseRules CustomErrorResponsePolicyCustomErrorResponseRuleResponse[]

    Specifies rules for returning error responses. In a given policy, if you specify rules for both a range of error codes as well as rules for specific error codes then rules with specific error codes have a higher priority. For example, assume that you configure a rule for 401 (Un-authorized) code, and another for all 4 series error codes (4XX). If the backend service returns a 401, then the rule for 401 will be applied. However if the backend service returns a 403, the rule for 4xx takes effect.

    errorService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendBucket resource that contains the custom error content. Examples are: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket If errorService is not specified at lower levels like pathMatcher, pathRule and routeRule, an errorService specified at a higher level in the UrlMap will be used. If UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy contains one or more errorResponseRules[], it must specify errorService. If load balancer cannot reach the backendBucket, a simple Not Found Error will be returned, with the original response code (or overrideResponseCode if configured). errorService is not supported for internal or regional HTTP/HTTPS load balancers.

    error_response_rules Sequence[CustomErrorResponsePolicyCustomErrorResponseRuleResponse]

    Specifies rules for returning error responses. In a given policy, if you specify rules for both a range of error codes as well as rules for specific error codes then rules with specific error codes have a higher priority. For example, assume that you configure a rule for 401 (Un-authorized) code, and another for all 4 series error codes (4XX). If the backend service returns a 401, then the rule for 401 will be applied. However if the backend service returns a 403, the rule for 4xx takes effect.

    error_service str

    The full or partial URL to the BackendBucket resource that contains the custom error content. Examples are: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket If errorService is not specified at lower levels like pathMatcher, pathRule and routeRule, an errorService specified at a higher level in the UrlMap will be used. If UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy contains one or more errorResponseRules[], it must specify errorService. If load balancer cannot reach the backendBucket, a simple Not Found Error will be returned, with the original response code (or overrideResponseCode if configured). errorService is not supported for internal or regional HTTP/HTTPS load balancers.

    errorResponseRules List<Property Map>

    Specifies rules for returning error responses. In a given policy, if you specify rules for both a range of error codes as well as rules for specific error codes then rules with specific error codes have a higher priority. For example, assume that you configure a rule for 401 (Un-authorized) code, and another for all 4 series error codes (4XX). If the backend service returns a 401, then the rule for 401 will be applied. However if the backend service returns a 403, the rule for 4xx takes effect.

    errorService String

    The full or partial URL to the BackendBucket resource that contains the custom error content. Examples are: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket - global/backendBuckets/myBackendBucket If errorService is not specified at lower levels like pathMatcher, pathRule and routeRule, an errorService specified at a higher level in the UrlMap will be used. If UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy contains one or more errorResponseRules[], it must specify errorService. If load balancer cannot reach the backendBucket, a simple Not Found Error will be returned, with the original response code (or overrideResponseCode if configured). errorService is not supported for internal or regional HTTP/HTTPS load balancers.

    Duration, DurationArgs

    Nanos int

    Span of time that's a fraction of a second at nanosecond resolution. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive nanos field. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

    Seconds string

    Span of time at a resolution of a second. Must be from 0 to 315,576,000,000 inclusive. Note: these bounds are computed from: 60 sec/min * 60 min/hr * 24 hr/day * 365.25 days/year * 10000 years

    Nanos int

    Span of time that's a fraction of a second at nanosecond resolution. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive nanos field. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

    Seconds string

    Span of time at a resolution of a second. Must be from 0 to 315,576,000,000 inclusive. Note: these bounds are computed from: 60 sec/min * 60 min/hr * 24 hr/day * 365.25 days/year * 10000 years

    nanos Integer

    Span of time that's a fraction of a second at nanosecond resolution. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive nanos field. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

    seconds String

    Span of time at a resolution of a second. Must be from 0 to 315,576,000,000 inclusive. Note: these bounds are computed from: 60 sec/min * 60 min/hr * 24 hr/day * 365.25 days/year * 10000 years

    nanos number

    Span of time that's a fraction of a second at nanosecond resolution. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive nanos field. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

    seconds string

    Span of time at a resolution of a second. Must be from 0 to 315,576,000,000 inclusive. Note: these bounds are computed from: 60 sec/min * 60 min/hr * 24 hr/day * 365.25 days/year * 10000 years

    nanos int

    Span of time that's a fraction of a second at nanosecond resolution. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive nanos field. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

    seconds str

    Span of time at a resolution of a second. Must be from 0 to 315,576,000,000 inclusive. Note: these bounds are computed from: 60 sec/min * 60 min/hr * 24 hr/day * 365.25 days/year * 10000 years

    nanos Number

    Span of time that's a fraction of a second at nanosecond resolution. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive nanos field. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

    seconds String

    Span of time at a resolution of a second. Must be from 0 to 315,576,000,000 inclusive. Note: these bounds are computed from: 60 sec/min * 60 min/hr * 24 hr/day * 365.25 days/year * 10000 years

    DurationResponse, DurationResponseArgs

    Nanos int

    Span of time that's a fraction of a second at nanosecond resolution. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive nanos field. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

    Seconds string

    Span of time at a resolution of a second. Must be from 0 to 315,576,000,000 inclusive. Note: these bounds are computed from: 60 sec/min * 60 min/hr * 24 hr/day * 365.25 days/year * 10000 years

    Nanos int

    Span of time that's a fraction of a second at nanosecond resolution. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive nanos field. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

    Seconds string

    Span of time at a resolution of a second. Must be from 0 to 315,576,000,000 inclusive. Note: these bounds are computed from: 60 sec/min * 60 min/hr * 24 hr/day * 365.25 days/year * 10000 years

    nanos Integer

    Span of time that's a fraction of a second at nanosecond resolution. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive nanos field. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

    seconds String

    Span of time at a resolution of a second. Must be from 0 to 315,576,000,000 inclusive. Note: these bounds are computed from: 60 sec/min * 60 min/hr * 24 hr/day * 365.25 days/year * 10000 years

    nanos number

    Span of time that's a fraction of a second at nanosecond resolution. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive nanos field. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

    seconds string

    Span of time at a resolution of a second. Must be from 0 to 315,576,000,000 inclusive. Note: these bounds are computed from: 60 sec/min * 60 min/hr * 24 hr/day * 365.25 days/year * 10000 years

    nanos int

    Span of time that's a fraction of a second at nanosecond resolution. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive nanos field. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

    seconds str

    Span of time at a resolution of a second. Must be from 0 to 315,576,000,000 inclusive. Note: these bounds are computed from: 60 sec/min * 60 min/hr * 24 hr/day * 365.25 days/year * 10000 years

    nanos Number

    Span of time that's a fraction of a second at nanosecond resolution. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive nanos field. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

    seconds String

    Span of time at a resolution of a second. Must be from 0 to 315,576,000,000 inclusive. Note: these bounds are computed from: 60 sec/min * 60 min/hr * 24 hr/day * 365.25 days/year * 10000 years

    HostRule, HostRuleArgs

    Description string

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    Hosts List<string>

    The list of host patterns to match. They must be valid hostnames with optional port numbers in the format host:port. * matches any string of ([a-z0-9-.]*). In that case, * must be the first character, and if followed by anything, the immediate following character must be either - or .. * based matching is not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    PathMatcher string

    The name of the PathMatcher to use to match the path portion of the URL if the hostRule matches the URL's host portion.

    Description string

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    Hosts []string

    The list of host patterns to match. They must be valid hostnames with optional port numbers in the format host:port. * matches any string of ([a-z0-9-.]*). In that case, * must be the first character, and if followed by anything, the immediate following character must be either - or .. * based matching is not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    PathMatcher string

    The name of the PathMatcher to use to match the path portion of the URL if the hostRule matches the URL's host portion.

    description String

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    hosts List<String>

    The list of host patterns to match. They must be valid hostnames with optional port numbers in the format host:port. * matches any string of ([a-z0-9-.]*). In that case, * must be the first character, and if followed by anything, the immediate following character must be either - or .. * based matching is not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    pathMatcher String

    The name of the PathMatcher to use to match the path portion of the URL if the hostRule matches the URL's host portion.

    description string

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    hosts string[]

    The list of host patterns to match. They must be valid hostnames with optional port numbers in the format host:port. * matches any string of ([a-z0-9-.]*). In that case, * must be the first character, and if followed by anything, the immediate following character must be either - or .. * based matching is not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    pathMatcher string

    The name of the PathMatcher to use to match the path portion of the URL if the hostRule matches the URL's host portion.

    description str

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    hosts Sequence[str]

    The list of host patterns to match. They must be valid hostnames with optional port numbers in the format host:port. * matches any string of ([a-z0-9-.]*). In that case, * must be the first character, and if followed by anything, the immediate following character must be either - or .. * based matching is not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    path_matcher str

    The name of the PathMatcher to use to match the path portion of the URL if the hostRule matches the URL's host portion.

    description String

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    hosts List<String>

    The list of host patterns to match. They must be valid hostnames with optional port numbers in the format host:port. * matches any string of ([a-z0-9-.]*). In that case, * must be the first character, and if followed by anything, the immediate following character must be either - or .. * based matching is not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    pathMatcher String

    The name of the PathMatcher to use to match the path portion of the URL if the hostRule matches the URL's host portion.

    HostRuleResponse, HostRuleResponseArgs

    Description string

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    Hosts List<string>

    The list of host patterns to match. They must be valid hostnames with optional port numbers in the format host:port. * matches any string of ([a-z0-9-.]*). In that case, * must be the first character, and if followed by anything, the immediate following character must be either - or .. * based matching is not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    PathMatcher string

    The name of the PathMatcher to use to match the path portion of the URL if the hostRule matches the URL's host portion.

    Description string

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    Hosts []string

    The list of host patterns to match. They must be valid hostnames with optional port numbers in the format host:port. * matches any string of ([a-z0-9-.]*). In that case, * must be the first character, and if followed by anything, the immediate following character must be either - or .. * based matching is not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    PathMatcher string

    The name of the PathMatcher to use to match the path portion of the URL if the hostRule matches the URL's host portion.

    description String

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    hosts List<String>

    The list of host patterns to match. They must be valid hostnames with optional port numbers in the format host:port. * matches any string of ([a-z0-9-.]*). In that case, * must be the first character, and if followed by anything, the immediate following character must be either - or .. * based matching is not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    pathMatcher String

    The name of the PathMatcher to use to match the path portion of the URL if the hostRule matches the URL's host portion.

    description string

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    hosts string[]

    The list of host patterns to match. They must be valid hostnames with optional port numbers in the format host:port. * matches any string of ([a-z0-9-.]*). In that case, * must be the first character, and if followed by anything, the immediate following character must be either - or .. * based matching is not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    pathMatcher string

    The name of the PathMatcher to use to match the path portion of the URL if the hostRule matches the URL's host portion.

    description str

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    hosts Sequence[str]

    The list of host patterns to match. They must be valid hostnames with optional port numbers in the format host:port. * matches any string of ([a-z0-9-.]*). In that case, * must be the first character, and if followed by anything, the immediate following character must be either - or .. * based matching is not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    path_matcher str

    The name of the PathMatcher to use to match the path portion of the URL if the hostRule matches the URL's host portion.

    description String

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    hosts List<String>

    The list of host patterns to match. They must be valid hostnames with optional port numbers in the format host:port. * matches any string of ([a-z0-9-.]*). In that case, * must be the first character, and if followed by anything, the immediate following character must be either - or .. * based matching is not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    pathMatcher String

    The name of the PathMatcher to use to match the path portion of the URL if the hostRule matches the URL's host portion.

    HttpFaultAbort, HttpFaultAbortArgs

    HttpStatus int

    The HTTP status code used to abort the request. The value must be from 200 to 599 inclusive. For gRPC protocol, the gRPC status code is mapped to HTTP status code according to this mapping table. HTTP status 200 is mapped to gRPC status UNKNOWN. Injecting an OK status is currently not supported by Traffic Director.

    Percentage double

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests that is aborted as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    HttpStatus int

    The HTTP status code used to abort the request. The value must be from 200 to 599 inclusive. For gRPC protocol, the gRPC status code is mapped to HTTP status code according to this mapping table. HTTP status 200 is mapped to gRPC status UNKNOWN. Injecting an OK status is currently not supported by Traffic Director.

    Percentage float64

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests that is aborted as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    httpStatus Integer

    The HTTP status code used to abort the request. The value must be from 200 to 599 inclusive. For gRPC protocol, the gRPC status code is mapped to HTTP status code according to this mapping table. HTTP status 200 is mapped to gRPC status UNKNOWN. Injecting an OK status is currently not supported by Traffic Director.

    percentage Double

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests that is aborted as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    httpStatus number

    The HTTP status code used to abort the request. The value must be from 200 to 599 inclusive. For gRPC protocol, the gRPC status code is mapped to HTTP status code according to this mapping table. HTTP status 200 is mapped to gRPC status UNKNOWN. Injecting an OK status is currently not supported by Traffic Director.

    percentage number

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests that is aborted as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    http_status int

    The HTTP status code used to abort the request. The value must be from 200 to 599 inclusive. For gRPC protocol, the gRPC status code is mapped to HTTP status code according to this mapping table. HTTP status 200 is mapped to gRPC status UNKNOWN. Injecting an OK status is currently not supported by Traffic Director.

    percentage float

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests that is aborted as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    httpStatus Number

    The HTTP status code used to abort the request. The value must be from 200 to 599 inclusive. For gRPC protocol, the gRPC status code is mapped to HTTP status code according to this mapping table. HTTP status 200 is mapped to gRPC status UNKNOWN. Injecting an OK status is currently not supported by Traffic Director.

    percentage Number

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests that is aborted as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    HttpFaultAbortResponse, HttpFaultAbortResponseArgs

    HttpStatus int

    The HTTP status code used to abort the request. The value must be from 200 to 599 inclusive. For gRPC protocol, the gRPC status code is mapped to HTTP status code according to this mapping table. HTTP status 200 is mapped to gRPC status UNKNOWN. Injecting an OK status is currently not supported by Traffic Director.

    Percentage double

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests that is aborted as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    HttpStatus int

    The HTTP status code used to abort the request. The value must be from 200 to 599 inclusive. For gRPC protocol, the gRPC status code is mapped to HTTP status code according to this mapping table. HTTP status 200 is mapped to gRPC status UNKNOWN. Injecting an OK status is currently not supported by Traffic Director.

    Percentage float64

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests that is aborted as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    httpStatus Integer

    The HTTP status code used to abort the request. The value must be from 200 to 599 inclusive. For gRPC protocol, the gRPC status code is mapped to HTTP status code according to this mapping table. HTTP status 200 is mapped to gRPC status UNKNOWN. Injecting an OK status is currently not supported by Traffic Director.

    percentage Double

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests that is aborted as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    httpStatus number

    The HTTP status code used to abort the request. The value must be from 200 to 599 inclusive. For gRPC protocol, the gRPC status code is mapped to HTTP status code according to this mapping table. HTTP status 200 is mapped to gRPC status UNKNOWN. Injecting an OK status is currently not supported by Traffic Director.

    percentage number

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests that is aborted as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    http_status int

    The HTTP status code used to abort the request. The value must be from 200 to 599 inclusive. For gRPC protocol, the gRPC status code is mapped to HTTP status code according to this mapping table. HTTP status 200 is mapped to gRPC status UNKNOWN. Injecting an OK status is currently not supported by Traffic Director.

    percentage float

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests that is aborted as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    httpStatus Number

    The HTTP status code used to abort the request. The value must be from 200 to 599 inclusive. For gRPC protocol, the gRPC status code is mapped to HTTP status code according to this mapping table. HTTP status 200 is mapped to gRPC status UNKNOWN. Injecting an OK status is currently not supported by Traffic Director.

    percentage Number

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests that is aborted as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    HttpFaultDelay, HttpFaultDelayArgs

    FixedDelay Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.Duration

    Specifies the value of the fixed delay interval.

    Percentage double

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests for which a delay is introduced as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    FixedDelay Duration

    Specifies the value of the fixed delay interval.

    Percentage float64

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests for which a delay is introduced as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    fixedDelay Duration

    Specifies the value of the fixed delay interval.

    percentage Double

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests for which a delay is introduced as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    fixedDelay Duration

    Specifies the value of the fixed delay interval.

    percentage number

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests for which a delay is introduced as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    fixed_delay Duration

    Specifies the value of the fixed delay interval.

    percentage float

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests for which a delay is introduced as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    fixedDelay Property Map

    Specifies the value of the fixed delay interval.

    percentage Number

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests for which a delay is introduced as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    HttpFaultDelayResponse, HttpFaultDelayResponseArgs

    FixedDelay Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.DurationResponse

    Specifies the value of the fixed delay interval.

    Percentage double

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests for which a delay is introduced as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    FixedDelay DurationResponse

    Specifies the value of the fixed delay interval.

    Percentage float64

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests for which a delay is introduced as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    fixedDelay DurationResponse

    Specifies the value of the fixed delay interval.

    percentage Double

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests for which a delay is introduced as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    fixedDelay DurationResponse

    Specifies the value of the fixed delay interval.

    percentage number

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests for which a delay is introduced as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    fixed_delay DurationResponse

    Specifies the value of the fixed delay interval.

    percentage float

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests for which a delay is introduced as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    fixedDelay Property Map

    Specifies the value of the fixed delay interval.

    percentage Number

    The percentage of traffic for connections, operations, or requests for which a delay is introduced as part of fault injection. The value must be from 0.0 to 100.0 inclusive.

    HttpFaultInjection, HttpFaultInjectionArgs

    Abort Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpFaultAbort

    The specification for how client requests are aborted as part of fault injection.

    Delay Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpFaultDelay

    The specification for how client requests are delayed as part of fault injection, before being sent to a backend service.

    Abort HttpFaultAbort

    The specification for how client requests are aborted as part of fault injection.

    Delay HttpFaultDelay

    The specification for how client requests are delayed as part of fault injection, before being sent to a backend service.

    abort HttpFaultAbort

    The specification for how client requests are aborted as part of fault injection.

    delay HttpFaultDelay

    The specification for how client requests are delayed as part of fault injection, before being sent to a backend service.

    abort HttpFaultAbort

    The specification for how client requests are aborted as part of fault injection.

    delay HttpFaultDelay

    The specification for how client requests are delayed as part of fault injection, before being sent to a backend service.

    abort HttpFaultAbort

    The specification for how client requests are aborted as part of fault injection.

    delay HttpFaultDelay

    The specification for how client requests are delayed as part of fault injection, before being sent to a backend service.

    abort Property Map

    The specification for how client requests are aborted as part of fault injection.

    delay Property Map

    The specification for how client requests are delayed as part of fault injection, before being sent to a backend service.

    HttpFaultInjectionResponse, HttpFaultInjectionResponseArgs

    Abort Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpFaultAbortResponse

    The specification for how client requests are aborted as part of fault injection.

    Delay Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpFaultDelayResponse

    The specification for how client requests are delayed as part of fault injection, before being sent to a backend service.

    Abort HttpFaultAbortResponse

    The specification for how client requests are aborted as part of fault injection.

    Delay HttpFaultDelayResponse

    The specification for how client requests are delayed as part of fault injection, before being sent to a backend service.

    abort HttpFaultAbortResponse

    The specification for how client requests are aborted as part of fault injection.

    delay HttpFaultDelayResponse

    The specification for how client requests are delayed as part of fault injection, before being sent to a backend service.

    abort HttpFaultAbortResponse

    The specification for how client requests are aborted as part of fault injection.

    delay HttpFaultDelayResponse

    The specification for how client requests are delayed as part of fault injection, before being sent to a backend service.

    abort HttpFaultAbortResponse

    The specification for how client requests are aborted as part of fault injection.

    delay HttpFaultDelayResponse

    The specification for how client requests are delayed as part of fault injection, before being sent to a backend service.

    abort Property Map

    The specification for how client requests are aborted as part of fault injection.

    delay Property Map

    The specification for how client requests are delayed as part of fault injection, before being sent to a backend service.

    HttpFilterConfig, HttpFilterConfigArgs

    Config string

    The configuration needed to enable the networkservices.HttpFilter resource. The configuration must be YAML formatted and only contain fields defined in the protobuf identified in configTypeUrl

    ConfigTypeUrl string

    The fully qualified versioned proto3 type url of the protobuf that the filter expects for its contextual settings, for example: type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct

    FilterName string

    Name of the networkservices.HttpFilter resource this configuration belongs to. This name must be known to the xDS client. Example: envoy.wasm

    Config string

    The configuration needed to enable the networkservices.HttpFilter resource. The configuration must be YAML formatted and only contain fields defined in the protobuf identified in configTypeUrl

    ConfigTypeUrl string

    The fully qualified versioned proto3 type url of the protobuf that the filter expects for its contextual settings, for example: type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct

    FilterName string

    Name of the networkservices.HttpFilter resource this configuration belongs to. This name must be known to the xDS client. Example: envoy.wasm

    config String

    The configuration needed to enable the networkservices.HttpFilter resource. The configuration must be YAML formatted and only contain fields defined in the protobuf identified in configTypeUrl

    configTypeUrl String

    The fully qualified versioned proto3 type url of the protobuf that the filter expects for its contextual settings, for example: type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct

    filterName String

    Name of the networkservices.HttpFilter resource this configuration belongs to. This name must be known to the xDS client. Example: envoy.wasm

    config string

    The configuration needed to enable the networkservices.HttpFilter resource. The configuration must be YAML formatted and only contain fields defined in the protobuf identified in configTypeUrl

    configTypeUrl string

    The fully qualified versioned proto3 type url of the protobuf that the filter expects for its contextual settings, for example: type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct

    filterName string

    Name of the networkservices.HttpFilter resource this configuration belongs to. This name must be known to the xDS client. Example: envoy.wasm

    config str

    The configuration needed to enable the networkservices.HttpFilter resource. The configuration must be YAML formatted and only contain fields defined in the protobuf identified in configTypeUrl

    config_type_url str

    The fully qualified versioned proto3 type url of the protobuf that the filter expects for its contextual settings, for example: type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct

    filter_name str

    Name of the networkservices.HttpFilter resource this configuration belongs to. This name must be known to the xDS client. Example: envoy.wasm

    config String

    The configuration needed to enable the networkservices.HttpFilter resource. The configuration must be YAML formatted and only contain fields defined in the protobuf identified in configTypeUrl

    configTypeUrl String

    The fully qualified versioned proto3 type url of the protobuf that the filter expects for its contextual settings, for example: type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct

    filterName String

    Name of the networkservices.HttpFilter resource this configuration belongs to. This name must be known to the xDS client. Example: envoy.wasm

    HttpFilterConfigResponse, HttpFilterConfigResponseArgs

    Config string

    The configuration needed to enable the networkservices.HttpFilter resource. The configuration must be YAML formatted and only contain fields defined in the protobuf identified in configTypeUrl

    ConfigTypeUrl string

    The fully qualified versioned proto3 type url of the protobuf that the filter expects for its contextual settings, for example: type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct

    FilterName string

    Name of the networkservices.HttpFilter resource this configuration belongs to. This name must be known to the xDS client. Example: envoy.wasm

    Config string

    The configuration needed to enable the networkservices.HttpFilter resource. The configuration must be YAML formatted and only contain fields defined in the protobuf identified in configTypeUrl

    ConfigTypeUrl string

    The fully qualified versioned proto3 type url of the protobuf that the filter expects for its contextual settings, for example: type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct

    FilterName string

    Name of the networkservices.HttpFilter resource this configuration belongs to. This name must be known to the xDS client. Example: envoy.wasm

    config String

    The configuration needed to enable the networkservices.HttpFilter resource. The configuration must be YAML formatted and only contain fields defined in the protobuf identified in configTypeUrl

    configTypeUrl String

    The fully qualified versioned proto3 type url of the protobuf that the filter expects for its contextual settings, for example: type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct

    filterName String

    Name of the networkservices.HttpFilter resource this configuration belongs to. This name must be known to the xDS client. Example: envoy.wasm

    config string

    The configuration needed to enable the networkservices.HttpFilter resource. The configuration must be YAML formatted and only contain fields defined in the protobuf identified in configTypeUrl

    configTypeUrl string

    The fully qualified versioned proto3 type url of the protobuf that the filter expects for its contextual settings, for example: type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct

    filterName string

    Name of the networkservices.HttpFilter resource this configuration belongs to. This name must be known to the xDS client. Example: envoy.wasm

    config str

    The configuration needed to enable the networkservices.HttpFilter resource. The configuration must be YAML formatted and only contain fields defined in the protobuf identified in configTypeUrl

    config_type_url str

    The fully qualified versioned proto3 type url of the protobuf that the filter expects for its contextual settings, for example: type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct

    filter_name str

    Name of the networkservices.HttpFilter resource this configuration belongs to. This name must be known to the xDS client. Example: envoy.wasm

    config String

    The configuration needed to enable the networkservices.HttpFilter resource. The configuration must be YAML formatted and only contain fields defined in the protobuf identified in configTypeUrl

    configTypeUrl String

    The fully qualified versioned proto3 type url of the protobuf that the filter expects for its contextual settings, for example: type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct

    filterName String

    Name of the networkservices.HttpFilter resource this configuration belongs to. This name must be known to the xDS client. Example: envoy.wasm

    HttpHeaderAction, HttpHeaderActionArgs

    RequestHeadersToAdd List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpHeaderOption>

    Headers to add to a matching request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    RequestHeadersToRemove List<string>

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    ResponseHeadersToAdd List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpHeaderOption>

    Headers to add the response before sending the response back to the client.

    ResponseHeadersToRemove List<string>

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the response before sending the response back to the client.

    RequestHeadersToAdd []HttpHeaderOption

    Headers to add to a matching request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    RequestHeadersToRemove []string

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    ResponseHeadersToAdd []HttpHeaderOption

    Headers to add the response before sending the response back to the client.

    ResponseHeadersToRemove []string

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the response before sending the response back to the client.

    requestHeadersToAdd List<HttpHeaderOption>

    Headers to add to a matching request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    requestHeadersToRemove List<String>

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    responseHeadersToAdd List<HttpHeaderOption>

    Headers to add the response before sending the response back to the client.

    responseHeadersToRemove List<String>

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the response before sending the response back to the client.

    requestHeadersToAdd HttpHeaderOption[]

    Headers to add to a matching request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    requestHeadersToRemove string[]

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    responseHeadersToAdd HttpHeaderOption[]

    Headers to add the response before sending the response back to the client.

    responseHeadersToRemove string[]

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the response before sending the response back to the client.

    request_headers_to_add Sequence[HttpHeaderOption]

    Headers to add to a matching request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    request_headers_to_remove Sequence[str]

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    response_headers_to_add Sequence[HttpHeaderOption]

    Headers to add the response before sending the response back to the client.

    response_headers_to_remove Sequence[str]

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the response before sending the response back to the client.

    requestHeadersToAdd List<Property Map>

    Headers to add to a matching request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    requestHeadersToRemove List<String>

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    responseHeadersToAdd List<Property Map>

    Headers to add the response before sending the response back to the client.

    responseHeadersToRemove List<String>

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the response before sending the response back to the client.

    HttpHeaderActionResponse, HttpHeaderActionResponseArgs

    RequestHeadersToAdd List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpHeaderOptionResponse>

    Headers to add to a matching request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    RequestHeadersToRemove List<string>

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    ResponseHeadersToAdd List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpHeaderOptionResponse>

    Headers to add the response before sending the response back to the client.

    ResponseHeadersToRemove List<string>

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the response before sending the response back to the client.

    RequestHeadersToAdd []HttpHeaderOptionResponse

    Headers to add to a matching request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    RequestHeadersToRemove []string

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    ResponseHeadersToAdd []HttpHeaderOptionResponse

    Headers to add the response before sending the response back to the client.

    ResponseHeadersToRemove []string

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the response before sending the response back to the client.

    requestHeadersToAdd List<HttpHeaderOptionResponse>

    Headers to add to a matching request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    requestHeadersToRemove List<String>

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    responseHeadersToAdd List<HttpHeaderOptionResponse>

    Headers to add the response before sending the response back to the client.

    responseHeadersToRemove List<String>

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the response before sending the response back to the client.

    requestHeadersToAdd HttpHeaderOptionResponse[]

    Headers to add to a matching request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    requestHeadersToRemove string[]

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    responseHeadersToAdd HttpHeaderOptionResponse[]

    Headers to add the response before sending the response back to the client.

    responseHeadersToRemove string[]

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the response before sending the response back to the client.

    request_headers_to_add Sequence[HttpHeaderOptionResponse]

    Headers to add to a matching request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    request_headers_to_remove Sequence[str]

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    response_headers_to_add Sequence[HttpHeaderOptionResponse]

    Headers to add the response before sending the response back to the client.

    response_headers_to_remove Sequence[str]

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the response before sending the response back to the client.

    requestHeadersToAdd List<Property Map>

    Headers to add to a matching request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    requestHeadersToRemove List<String>

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the request before forwarding the request to the backendService.

    responseHeadersToAdd List<Property Map>

    Headers to add the response before sending the response back to the client.

    responseHeadersToRemove List<String>

    A list of header names for headers that need to be removed from the response before sending the response back to the client.

    HttpHeaderMatch, HttpHeaderMatchArgs

    ExactMatch string

    The value should exactly match contents of exactMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    HeaderName string

    The name of the HTTP header to match. For matching against the HTTP request's authority, use a headerMatch with the header name ":authority". For matching a request's method, use the headerName ":method". When the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true, only non-binary user-specified custom metadata and the content-type header are supported. The following transport-level headers cannot be used in header matching rules: :authority, :method, :path, :scheme, user-agent, accept-encoding, content-encoding, grpc-accept-encoding, grpc-encoding, grpc-previous-rpc-attempts, grpc-tags-bin, grpc-timeout and grpc-trace-bin.

    InvertMatch bool

    If set to false, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are met. If set to true, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are NOT met. The default setting is false.

    PrefixMatch string

    The value of the header must start with the contents of prefixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    PresentMatch bool

    A header with the contents of headerName must exist. The match takes place whether or not the request's header has a value. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    RangeMatch Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.Int64RangeMatch

    The header value must be an integer and its value must be in the range specified in rangeMatch. If the header does not contain an integer, number or is empty, the match fails. For example for a range [-5, 0] - -3 will match. - 0 will not match. - 0.25 will not match. - -3someString will not match. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. rangeMatch is not supported for load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL.

    RegexMatch string

    The value of the header must match the regular expression specified in regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. For matching against a port specified in the HTTP request, use a headerMatch with headerName set to PORT and a regular expression that satisfies the RFC2616 Host header's port specifier. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    SuffixMatch string

    The value of the header must end with the contents of suffixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    ExactMatch string

    The value should exactly match contents of exactMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    HeaderName string

    The name of the HTTP header to match. For matching against the HTTP request's authority, use a headerMatch with the header name ":authority". For matching a request's method, use the headerName ":method". When the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true, only non-binary user-specified custom metadata and the content-type header are supported. The following transport-level headers cannot be used in header matching rules: :authority, :method, :path, :scheme, user-agent, accept-encoding, content-encoding, grpc-accept-encoding, grpc-encoding, grpc-previous-rpc-attempts, grpc-tags-bin, grpc-timeout and grpc-trace-bin.

    InvertMatch bool

    If set to false, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are met. If set to true, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are NOT met. The default setting is false.

    PrefixMatch string

    The value of the header must start with the contents of prefixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    PresentMatch bool

    A header with the contents of headerName must exist. The match takes place whether or not the request's header has a value. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    RangeMatch Int64RangeMatch

    The header value must be an integer and its value must be in the range specified in rangeMatch. If the header does not contain an integer, number or is empty, the match fails. For example for a range [-5, 0] - -3 will match. - 0 will not match. - 0.25 will not match. - -3someString will not match. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. rangeMatch is not supported for load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL.

    RegexMatch string

    The value of the header must match the regular expression specified in regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. For matching against a port specified in the HTTP request, use a headerMatch with headerName set to PORT and a regular expression that satisfies the RFC2616 Host header's port specifier. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    SuffixMatch string

    The value of the header must end with the contents of suffixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    exactMatch String

    The value should exactly match contents of exactMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    headerName String

    The name of the HTTP header to match. For matching against the HTTP request's authority, use a headerMatch with the header name ":authority". For matching a request's method, use the headerName ":method". When the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true, only non-binary user-specified custom metadata and the content-type header are supported. The following transport-level headers cannot be used in header matching rules: :authority, :method, :path, :scheme, user-agent, accept-encoding, content-encoding, grpc-accept-encoding, grpc-encoding, grpc-previous-rpc-attempts, grpc-tags-bin, grpc-timeout and grpc-trace-bin.

    invertMatch Boolean

    If set to false, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are met. If set to true, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are NOT met. The default setting is false.

    prefixMatch String

    The value of the header must start with the contents of prefixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    presentMatch Boolean

    A header with the contents of headerName must exist. The match takes place whether or not the request's header has a value. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    rangeMatch Int64RangeMatch

    The header value must be an integer and its value must be in the range specified in rangeMatch. If the header does not contain an integer, number or is empty, the match fails. For example for a range [-5, 0] - -3 will match. - 0 will not match. - 0.25 will not match. - -3someString will not match. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. rangeMatch is not supported for load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL.

    regexMatch String

    The value of the header must match the regular expression specified in regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. For matching against a port specified in the HTTP request, use a headerMatch with headerName set to PORT and a regular expression that satisfies the RFC2616 Host header's port specifier. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    suffixMatch String

    The value of the header must end with the contents of suffixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    exactMatch string

    The value should exactly match contents of exactMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    headerName string

    The name of the HTTP header to match. For matching against the HTTP request's authority, use a headerMatch with the header name ":authority". For matching a request's method, use the headerName ":method". When the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true, only non-binary user-specified custom metadata and the content-type header are supported. The following transport-level headers cannot be used in header matching rules: :authority, :method, :path, :scheme, user-agent, accept-encoding, content-encoding, grpc-accept-encoding, grpc-encoding, grpc-previous-rpc-attempts, grpc-tags-bin, grpc-timeout and grpc-trace-bin.

    invertMatch boolean

    If set to false, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are met. If set to true, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are NOT met. The default setting is false.

    prefixMatch string

    The value of the header must start with the contents of prefixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    presentMatch boolean

    A header with the contents of headerName must exist. The match takes place whether or not the request's header has a value. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    rangeMatch Int64RangeMatch

    The header value must be an integer and its value must be in the range specified in rangeMatch. If the header does not contain an integer, number or is empty, the match fails. For example for a range [-5, 0] - -3 will match. - 0 will not match. - 0.25 will not match. - -3someString will not match. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. rangeMatch is not supported for load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL.

    regexMatch string

    The value of the header must match the regular expression specified in regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. For matching against a port specified in the HTTP request, use a headerMatch with headerName set to PORT and a regular expression that satisfies the RFC2616 Host header's port specifier. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    suffixMatch string

    The value of the header must end with the contents of suffixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    exact_match str

    The value should exactly match contents of exactMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    header_name str

    The name of the HTTP header to match. For matching against the HTTP request's authority, use a headerMatch with the header name ":authority". For matching a request's method, use the headerName ":method". When the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true, only non-binary user-specified custom metadata and the content-type header are supported. The following transport-level headers cannot be used in header matching rules: :authority, :method, :path, :scheme, user-agent, accept-encoding, content-encoding, grpc-accept-encoding, grpc-encoding, grpc-previous-rpc-attempts, grpc-tags-bin, grpc-timeout and grpc-trace-bin.

    invert_match bool

    If set to false, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are met. If set to true, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are NOT met. The default setting is false.

    prefix_match str

    The value of the header must start with the contents of prefixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    present_match bool

    A header with the contents of headerName must exist. The match takes place whether or not the request's header has a value. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    range_match Int64RangeMatch

    The header value must be an integer and its value must be in the range specified in rangeMatch. If the header does not contain an integer, number or is empty, the match fails. For example for a range [-5, 0] - -3 will match. - 0 will not match. - 0.25 will not match. - -3someString will not match. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. rangeMatch is not supported for load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL.

    regex_match str

    The value of the header must match the regular expression specified in regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. For matching against a port specified in the HTTP request, use a headerMatch with headerName set to PORT and a regular expression that satisfies the RFC2616 Host header's port specifier. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    suffix_match str

    The value of the header must end with the contents of suffixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    exactMatch String

    The value should exactly match contents of exactMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    headerName String

    The name of the HTTP header to match. For matching against the HTTP request's authority, use a headerMatch with the header name ":authority". For matching a request's method, use the headerName ":method". When the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true, only non-binary user-specified custom metadata and the content-type header are supported. The following transport-level headers cannot be used in header matching rules: :authority, :method, :path, :scheme, user-agent, accept-encoding, content-encoding, grpc-accept-encoding, grpc-encoding, grpc-previous-rpc-attempts, grpc-tags-bin, grpc-timeout and grpc-trace-bin.

    invertMatch Boolean

    If set to false, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are met. If set to true, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are NOT met. The default setting is false.

    prefixMatch String

    The value of the header must start with the contents of prefixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    presentMatch Boolean

    A header with the contents of headerName must exist. The match takes place whether or not the request's header has a value. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    rangeMatch Property Map

    The header value must be an integer and its value must be in the range specified in rangeMatch. If the header does not contain an integer, number or is empty, the match fails. For example for a range [-5, 0] - -3 will match. - 0 will not match. - 0.25 will not match. - -3someString will not match. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. rangeMatch is not supported for load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL.

    regexMatch String

    The value of the header must match the regular expression specified in regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. For matching against a port specified in the HTTP request, use a headerMatch with headerName set to PORT and a regular expression that satisfies the RFC2616 Host header's port specifier. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    suffixMatch String

    The value of the header must end with the contents of suffixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    HttpHeaderMatchResponse, HttpHeaderMatchResponseArgs

    ExactMatch string

    The value should exactly match contents of exactMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    HeaderName string

    The name of the HTTP header to match. For matching against the HTTP request's authority, use a headerMatch with the header name ":authority". For matching a request's method, use the headerName ":method". When the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true, only non-binary user-specified custom metadata and the content-type header are supported. The following transport-level headers cannot be used in header matching rules: :authority, :method, :path, :scheme, user-agent, accept-encoding, content-encoding, grpc-accept-encoding, grpc-encoding, grpc-previous-rpc-attempts, grpc-tags-bin, grpc-timeout and grpc-trace-bin.

    InvertMatch bool

    If set to false, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are met. If set to true, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are NOT met. The default setting is false.

    PrefixMatch string

    The value of the header must start with the contents of prefixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    PresentMatch bool

    A header with the contents of headerName must exist. The match takes place whether or not the request's header has a value. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    RangeMatch Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.Int64RangeMatchResponse

    The header value must be an integer and its value must be in the range specified in rangeMatch. If the header does not contain an integer, number or is empty, the match fails. For example for a range [-5, 0] - -3 will match. - 0 will not match. - 0.25 will not match. - -3someString will not match. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. rangeMatch is not supported for load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL.

    RegexMatch string

    The value of the header must match the regular expression specified in regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. For matching against a port specified in the HTTP request, use a headerMatch with headerName set to PORT and a regular expression that satisfies the RFC2616 Host header's port specifier. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    SuffixMatch string

    The value of the header must end with the contents of suffixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    ExactMatch string

    The value should exactly match contents of exactMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    HeaderName string

    The name of the HTTP header to match. For matching against the HTTP request's authority, use a headerMatch with the header name ":authority". For matching a request's method, use the headerName ":method". When the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true, only non-binary user-specified custom metadata and the content-type header are supported. The following transport-level headers cannot be used in header matching rules: :authority, :method, :path, :scheme, user-agent, accept-encoding, content-encoding, grpc-accept-encoding, grpc-encoding, grpc-previous-rpc-attempts, grpc-tags-bin, grpc-timeout and grpc-trace-bin.

    InvertMatch bool

    If set to false, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are met. If set to true, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are NOT met. The default setting is false.

    PrefixMatch string

    The value of the header must start with the contents of prefixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    PresentMatch bool

    A header with the contents of headerName must exist. The match takes place whether or not the request's header has a value. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    RangeMatch Int64RangeMatchResponse

    The header value must be an integer and its value must be in the range specified in rangeMatch. If the header does not contain an integer, number or is empty, the match fails. For example for a range [-5, 0] - -3 will match. - 0 will not match. - 0.25 will not match. - -3someString will not match. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. rangeMatch is not supported for load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL.

    RegexMatch string

    The value of the header must match the regular expression specified in regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. For matching against a port specified in the HTTP request, use a headerMatch with headerName set to PORT and a regular expression that satisfies the RFC2616 Host header's port specifier. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    SuffixMatch string

    The value of the header must end with the contents of suffixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    exactMatch String

    The value should exactly match contents of exactMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    headerName String

    The name of the HTTP header to match. For matching against the HTTP request's authority, use a headerMatch with the header name ":authority". For matching a request's method, use the headerName ":method". When the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true, only non-binary user-specified custom metadata and the content-type header are supported. The following transport-level headers cannot be used in header matching rules: :authority, :method, :path, :scheme, user-agent, accept-encoding, content-encoding, grpc-accept-encoding, grpc-encoding, grpc-previous-rpc-attempts, grpc-tags-bin, grpc-timeout and grpc-trace-bin.

    invertMatch Boolean

    If set to false, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are met. If set to true, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are NOT met. The default setting is false.

    prefixMatch String

    The value of the header must start with the contents of prefixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    presentMatch Boolean

    A header with the contents of headerName must exist. The match takes place whether or not the request's header has a value. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    rangeMatch Int64RangeMatchResponse

    The header value must be an integer and its value must be in the range specified in rangeMatch. If the header does not contain an integer, number or is empty, the match fails. For example for a range [-5, 0] - -3 will match. - 0 will not match. - 0.25 will not match. - -3someString will not match. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. rangeMatch is not supported for load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL.

    regexMatch String

    The value of the header must match the regular expression specified in regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. For matching against a port specified in the HTTP request, use a headerMatch with headerName set to PORT and a regular expression that satisfies the RFC2616 Host header's port specifier. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    suffixMatch String

    The value of the header must end with the contents of suffixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    exactMatch string

    The value should exactly match contents of exactMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    headerName string

    The name of the HTTP header to match. For matching against the HTTP request's authority, use a headerMatch with the header name ":authority". For matching a request's method, use the headerName ":method". When the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true, only non-binary user-specified custom metadata and the content-type header are supported. The following transport-level headers cannot be used in header matching rules: :authority, :method, :path, :scheme, user-agent, accept-encoding, content-encoding, grpc-accept-encoding, grpc-encoding, grpc-previous-rpc-attempts, grpc-tags-bin, grpc-timeout and grpc-trace-bin.

    invertMatch boolean

    If set to false, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are met. If set to true, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are NOT met. The default setting is false.

    prefixMatch string

    The value of the header must start with the contents of prefixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    presentMatch boolean

    A header with the contents of headerName must exist. The match takes place whether or not the request's header has a value. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    rangeMatch Int64RangeMatchResponse

    The header value must be an integer and its value must be in the range specified in rangeMatch. If the header does not contain an integer, number or is empty, the match fails. For example for a range [-5, 0] - -3 will match. - 0 will not match. - 0.25 will not match. - -3someString will not match. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. rangeMatch is not supported for load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL.

    regexMatch string

    The value of the header must match the regular expression specified in regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. For matching against a port specified in the HTTP request, use a headerMatch with headerName set to PORT and a regular expression that satisfies the RFC2616 Host header's port specifier. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    suffixMatch string

    The value of the header must end with the contents of suffixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    exact_match str

    The value should exactly match contents of exactMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    header_name str

    The name of the HTTP header to match. For matching against the HTTP request's authority, use a headerMatch with the header name ":authority". For matching a request's method, use the headerName ":method". When the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true, only non-binary user-specified custom metadata and the content-type header are supported. The following transport-level headers cannot be used in header matching rules: :authority, :method, :path, :scheme, user-agent, accept-encoding, content-encoding, grpc-accept-encoding, grpc-encoding, grpc-previous-rpc-attempts, grpc-tags-bin, grpc-timeout and grpc-trace-bin.

    invert_match bool

    If set to false, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are met. If set to true, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are NOT met. The default setting is false.

    prefix_match str

    The value of the header must start with the contents of prefixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    present_match bool

    A header with the contents of headerName must exist. The match takes place whether or not the request's header has a value. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    range_match Int64RangeMatchResponse

    The header value must be an integer and its value must be in the range specified in rangeMatch. If the header does not contain an integer, number or is empty, the match fails. For example for a range [-5, 0] - -3 will match. - 0 will not match. - 0.25 will not match. - -3someString will not match. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. rangeMatch is not supported for load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL.

    regex_match str

    The value of the header must match the regular expression specified in regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. For matching against a port specified in the HTTP request, use a headerMatch with headerName set to PORT and a regular expression that satisfies the RFC2616 Host header's port specifier. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    suffix_match str

    The value of the header must end with the contents of suffixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    exactMatch String

    The value should exactly match contents of exactMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    headerName String

    The name of the HTTP header to match. For matching against the HTTP request's authority, use a headerMatch with the header name ":authority". For matching a request's method, use the headerName ":method". When the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true, only non-binary user-specified custom metadata and the content-type header are supported. The following transport-level headers cannot be used in header matching rules: :authority, :method, :path, :scheme, user-agent, accept-encoding, content-encoding, grpc-accept-encoding, grpc-encoding, grpc-previous-rpc-attempts, grpc-tags-bin, grpc-timeout and grpc-trace-bin.

    invertMatch Boolean

    If set to false, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are met. If set to true, the headerMatch is considered a match if the preceding match criteria are NOT met. The default setting is false.

    prefixMatch String

    The value of the header must start with the contents of prefixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    presentMatch Boolean

    A header with the contents of headerName must exist. The match takes place whether or not the request's header has a value. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    rangeMatch Property Map

    The header value must be an integer and its value must be in the range specified in rangeMatch. If the header does not contain an integer, number or is empty, the match fails. For example for a range [-5, 0] - -3 will match. - 0 will not match. - 0.25 will not match. - -3someString will not match. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. rangeMatch is not supported for load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL.

    regexMatch String

    The value of the header must match the regular expression specified in regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. For matching against a port specified in the HTTP request, use a headerMatch with headerName set to PORT and a regular expression that satisfies the RFC2616 Host header's port specifier. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    suffixMatch String

    The value of the header must end with the contents of suffixMatch. Only one of exactMatch, prefixMatch, suffixMatch, regexMatch, presentMatch or rangeMatch must be set.

    HttpHeaderOption, HttpHeaderOptionArgs

    HeaderName string

    The name of the header.

    HeaderValue string

    The value of the header to add.

    Replace bool

    If false, headerValue is appended to any values that already exist for the header. If true, headerValue is set for the header, discarding any values that were set for that header. The default value is false.

    HeaderName string

    The name of the header.

    HeaderValue string

    The value of the header to add.

    Replace bool

    If false, headerValue is appended to any values that already exist for the header. If true, headerValue is set for the header, discarding any values that were set for that header. The default value is false.

    headerName String

    The name of the header.

    headerValue String

    The value of the header to add.

    replace Boolean

    If false, headerValue is appended to any values that already exist for the header. If true, headerValue is set for the header, discarding any values that were set for that header. The default value is false.

    headerName string

    The name of the header.

    headerValue string

    The value of the header to add.

    replace boolean

    If false, headerValue is appended to any values that already exist for the header. If true, headerValue is set for the header, discarding any values that were set for that header. The default value is false.

    header_name str

    The name of the header.

    header_value str

    The value of the header to add.

    replace bool

    If false, headerValue is appended to any values that already exist for the header. If true, headerValue is set for the header, discarding any values that were set for that header. The default value is false.

    headerName String

    The name of the header.

    headerValue String

    The value of the header to add.

    replace Boolean

    If false, headerValue is appended to any values that already exist for the header. If true, headerValue is set for the header, discarding any values that were set for that header. The default value is false.

    HttpHeaderOptionResponse, HttpHeaderOptionResponseArgs

    HeaderName string

    The name of the header.

    HeaderValue string

    The value of the header to add.

    Replace bool

    If false, headerValue is appended to any values that already exist for the header. If true, headerValue is set for the header, discarding any values that were set for that header. The default value is false.

    HeaderName string

    The name of the header.

    HeaderValue string

    The value of the header to add.

    Replace bool

    If false, headerValue is appended to any values that already exist for the header. If true, headerValue is set for the header, discarding any values that were set for that header. The default value is false.

    headerName String

    The name of the header.

    headerValue String

    The value of the header to add.

    replace Boolean

    If false, headerValue is appended to any values that already exist for the header. If true, headerValue is set for the header, discarding any values that were set for that header. The default value is false.

    headerName string

    The name of the header.

    headerValue string

    The value of the header to add.

    replace boolean

    If false, headerValue is appended to any values that already exist for the header. If true, headerValue is set for the header, discarding any values that were set for that header. The default value is false.

    header_name str

    The name of the header.

    header_value str

    The value of the header to add.

    replace bool

    If false, headerValue is appended to any values that already exist for the header. If true, headerValue is set for the header, discarding any values that were set for that header. The default value is false.

    headerName String

    The name of the header.

    headerValue String

    The value of the header to add.

    replace Boolean

    If false, headerValue is appended to any values that already exist for the header. If true, headerValue is set for the header, discarding any values that were set for that header. The default value is false.

    HttpQueryParameterMatch, HttpQueryParameterMatchArgs

    ExactMatch string

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter exactly matches the contents of exactMatch. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    Name string

    The name of the query parameter to match. The query parameter must exist in the request, in the absence of which the request match fails.

    PresentMatch bool

    Specifies that the queryParameterMatch matches if the request contains the query parameter, irrespective of whether the parameter has a value or not. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    RegexMatch string

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter matches the regular expression specified by regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    ExactMatch string

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter exactly matches the contents of exactMatch. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    Name string

    The name of the query parameter to match. The query parameter must exist in the request, in the absence of which the request match fails.

    PresentMatch bool

    Specifies that the queryParameterMatch matches if the request contains the query parameter, irrespective of whether the parameter has a value or not. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    RegexMatch string

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter matches the regular expression specified by regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    exactMatch String

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter exactly matches the contents of exactMatch. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    name String

    The name of the query parameter to match. The query parameter must exist in the request, in the absence of which the request match fails.

    presentMatch Boolean

    Specifies that the queryParameterMatch matches if the request contains the query parameter, irrespective of whether the parameter has a value or not. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    regexMatch String

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter matches the regular expression specified by regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    exactMatch string

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter exactly matches the contents of exactMatch. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    name string

    The name of the query parameter to match. The query parameter must exist in the request, in the absence of which the request match fails.

    presentMatch boolean

    Specifies that the queryParameterMatch matches if the request contains the query parameter, irrespective of whether the parameter has a value or not. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    regexMatch string

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter matches the regular expression specified by regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    exact_match str

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter exactly matches the contents of exactMatch. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    name str

    The name of the query parameter to match. The query parameter must exist in the request, in the absence of which the request match fails.

    present_match bool

    Specifies that the queryParameterMatch matches if the request contains the query parameter, irrespective of whether the parameter has a value or not. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    regex_match str

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter matches the regular expression specified by regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    exactMatch String

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter exactly matches the contents of exactMatch. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    name String

    The name of the query parameter to match. The query parameter must exist in the request, in the absence of which the request match fails.

    presentMatch Boolean

    Specifies that the queryParameterMatch matches if the request contains the query parameter, irrespective of whether the parameter has a value or not. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    regexMatch String

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter matches the regular expression specified by regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    HttpQueryParameterMatchResponse, HttpQueryParameterMatchResponseArgs

    ExactMatch string

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter exactly matches the contents of exactMatch. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    Name string

    The name of the query parameter to match. The query parameter must exist in the request, in the absence of which the request match fails.

    PresentMatch bool

    Specifies that the queryParameterMatch matches if the request contains the query parameter, irrespective of whether the parameter has a value or not. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    RegexMatch string

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter matches the regular expression specified by regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    ExactMatch string

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter exactly matches the contents of exactMatch. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    Name string

    The name of the query parameter to match. The query parameter must exist in the request, in the absence of which the request match fails.

    PresentMatch bool

    Specifies that the queryParameterMatch matches if the request contains the query parameter, irrespective of whether the parameter has a value or not. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    RegexMatch string

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter matches the regular expression specified by regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    exactMatch String

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter exactly matches the contents of exactMatch. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    name String

    The name of the query parameter to match. The query parameter must exist in the request, in the absence of which the request match fails.

    presentMatch Boolean

    Specifies that the queryParameterMatch matches if the request contains the query parameter, irrespective of whether the parameter has a value or not. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    regexMatch String

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter matches the regular expression specified by regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    exactMatch string

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter exactly matches the contents of exactMatch. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    name string

    The name of the query parameter to match. The query parameter must exist in the request, in the absence of which the request match fails.

    presentMatch boolean

    Specifies that the queryParameterMatch matches if the request contains the query parameter, irrespective of whether the parameter has a value or not. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    regexMatch string

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter matches the regular expression specified by regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    exact_match str

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter exactly matches the contents of exactMatch. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    name str

    The name of the query parameter to match. The query parameter must exist in the request, in the absence of which the request match fails.

    present_match bool

    Specifies that the queryParameterMatch matches if the request contains the query parameter, irrespective of whether the parameter has a value or not. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    regex_match str

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter matches the regular expression specified by regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    exactMatch String

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter exactly matches the contents of exactMatch. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    name String

    The name of the query parameter to match. The query parameter must exist in the request, in the absence of which the request match fails.

    presentMatch Boolean

    Specifies that the queryParameterMatch matches if the request contains the query parameter, irrespective of whether the parameter has a value or not. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set.

    regexMatch String

    The queryParameterMatch matches if the value of the parameter matches the regular expression specified by regexMatch. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of presentMatch, exactMatch, or regexMatch must be set. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    HttpRedirectAction, HttpRedirectActionArgs

    HostRedirect string

    The host that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. The value must be from 1 to 255 characters.

    HttpsRedirect bool

    If set to true, the URL scheme in the redirected request is set to HTTPS. If set to false, the URL scheme of the redirected request remains the same as that of the request. This must only be set for URL maps used in TargetHttpProxys. Setting this true for TargetHttpsProxy is not permitted. The default is set to false.

    PathRedirect string

    The path that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. pathRedirect cannot be supplied together with prefixRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    PrefixRedirect string

    The prefix that replaces the prefixMatch specified in the HttpRouteRuleMatch, retaining the remaining portion of the URL before redirecting the request. prefixRedirect cannot be supplied together with pathRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    RedirectResponseCode Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.HttpRedirectActionRedirectResponseCode

    The HTTP Status code to use for this RedirectAction. Supported values are: - MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT, which is the default value and corresponds to 301. - FOUND, which corresponds to 302. - SEE_OTHER which corresponds to 303. - TEMPORARY_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 307. In this case, the request method is retained. - PERMANENT_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 308. In this case, the request method is retained.

    StripQuery bool

    If set to true, any accompanying query portion of the original URL is removed before redirecting the request. If set to false, the query portion of the original URL is retained. The default is set to false.

    HostRedirect string

    The host that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. The value must be from 1 to 255 characters.

    HttpsRedirect bool

    If set to true, the URL scheme in the redirected request is set to HTTPS. If set to false, the URL scheme of the redirected request remains the same as that of the request. This must only be set for URL maps used in TargetHttpProxys. Setting this true for TargetHttpsProxy is not permitted. The default is set to false.

    PathRedirect string

    The path that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. pathRedirect cannot be supplied together with prefixRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    PrefixRedirect string

    The prefix that replaces the prefixMatch specified in the HttpRouteRuleMatch, retaining the remaining portion of the URL before redirecting the request. prefixRedirect cannot be supplied together with pathRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    RedirectResponseCode HttpRedirectActionRedirectResponseCode

    The HTTP Status code to use for this RedirectAction. Supported values are: - MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT, which is the default value and corresponds to 301. - FOUND, which corresponds to 302. - SEE_OTHER which corresponds to 303. - TEMPORARY_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 307. In this case, the request method is retained. - PERMANENT_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 308. In this case, the request method is retained.

    StripQuery bool

    If set to true, any accompanying query portion of the original URL is removed before redirecting the request. If set to false, the query portion of the original URL is retained. The default is set to false.

    hostRedirect String

    The host that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. The value must be from 1 to 255 characters.

    httpsRedirect Boolean

    If set to true, the URL scheme in the redirected request is set to HTTPS. If set to false, the URL scheme of the redirected request remains the same as that of the request. This must only be set for URL maps used in TargetHttpProxys. Setting this true for TargetHttpsProxy is not permitted. The default is set to false.

    pathRedirect String

    The path that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. pathRedirect cannot be supplied together with prefixRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    prefixRedirect String

    The prefix that replaces the prefixMatch specified in the HttpRouteRuleMatch, retaining the remaining portion of the URL before redirecting the request. prefixRedirect cannot be supplied together with pathRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    redirectResponseCode HttpRedirectActionRedirectResponseCode

    The HTTP Status code to use for this RedirectAction. Supported values are: - MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT, which is the default value and corresponds to 301. - FOUND, which corresponds to 302. - SEE_OTHER which corresponds to 303. - TEMPORARY_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 307. In this case, the request method is retained. - PERMANENT_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 308. In this case, the request method is retained.

    stripQuery Boolean

    If set to true, any accompanying query portion of the original URL is removed before redirecting the request. If set to false, the query portion of the original URL is retained. The default is set to false.

    hostRedirect string

    The host that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. The value must be from 1 to 255 characters.

    httpsRedirect boolean

    If set to true, the URL scheme in the redirected request is set to HTTPS. If set to false, the URL scheme of the redirected request remains the same as that of the request. This must only be set for URL maps used in TargetHttpProxys. Setting this true for TargetHttpsProxy is not permitted. The default is set to false.

    pathRedirect string

    The path that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. pathRedirect cannot be supplied together with prefixRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    prefixRedirect string

    The prefix that replaces the prefixMatch specified in the HttpRouteRuleMatch, retaining the remaining portion of the URL before redirecting the request. prefixRedirect cannot be supplied together with pathRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    redirectResponseCode HttpRedirectActionRedirectResponseCode

    The HTTP Status code to use for this RedirectAction. Supported values are: - MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT, which is the default value and corresponds to 301. - FOUND, which corresponds to 302. - SEE_OTHER which corresponds to 303. - TEMPORARY_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 307. In this case, the request method is retained. - PERMANENT_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 308. In this case, the request method is retained.

    stripQuery boolean

    If set to true, any accompanying query portion of the original URL is removed before redirecting the request. If set to false, the query portion of the original URL is retained. The default is set to false.

    host_redirect str

    The host that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. The value must be from 1 to 255 characters.

    https_redirect bool

    If set to true, the URL scheme in the redirected request is set to HTTPS. If set to false, the URL scheme of the redirected request remains the same as that of the request. This must only be set for URL maps used in TargetHttpProxys. Setting this true for TargetHttpsProxy is not permitted. The default is set to false.

    path_redirect str

    The path that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. pathRedirect cannot be supplied together with prefixRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    prefix_redirect str

    The prefix that replaces the prefixMatch specified in the HttpRouteRuleMatch, retaining the remaining portion of the URL before redirecting the request. prefixRedirect cannot be supplied together with pathRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    redirect_response_code HttpRedirectActionRedirectResponseCode

    The HTTP Status code to use for this RedirectAction. Supported values are: - MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT, which is the default value and corresponds to 301. - FOUND, which corresponds to 302. - SEE_OTHER which corresponds to 303. - TEMPORARY_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 307. In this case, the request method is retained. - PERMANENT_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 308. In this case, the request method is retained.

    strip_query bool

    If set to true, any accompanying query portion of the original URL is removed before redirecting the request. If set to false, the query portion of the original URL is retained. The default is set to false.

    hostRedirect String

    The host that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. The value must be from 1 to 255 characters.

    httpsRedirect Boolean

    If set to true, the URL scheme in the redirected request is set to HTTPS. If set to false, the URL scheme of the redirected request remains the same as that of the request. This must only be set for URL maps used in TargetHttpProxys. Setting this true for TargetHttpsProxy is not permitted. The default is set to false.

    pathRedirect String

    The path that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. pathRedirect cannot be supplied together with prefixRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    prefixRedirect String

    The prefix that replaces the prefixMatch specified in the HttpRouteRuleMatch, retaining the remaining portion of the URL before redirecting the request. prefixRedirect cannot be supplied together with pathRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    redirectResponseCode "FOUND" | "MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT" | "PERMANENT_REDIRECT" | "SEE_OTHER" | "TEMPORARY_REDIRECT"

    The HTTP Status code to use for this RedirectAction. Supported values are: - MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT, which is the default value and corresponds to 301. - FOUND, which corresponds to 302. - SEE_OTHER which corresponds to 303. - TEMPORARY_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 307. In this case, the request method is retained. - PERMANENT_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 308. In this case, the request method is retained.

    stripQuery Boolean

    If set to true, any accompanying query portion of the original URL is removed before redirecting the request. If set to false, the query portion of the original URL is retained. The default is set to false.

    HttpRedirectActionRedirectResponseCode, HttpRedirectActionRedirectResponseCodeArgs

    Found
    FOUND

    Http Status Code 302 - Found.

    MovedPermanentlyDefault
    MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT

    Http Status Code 301 - Moved Permanently.

    PermanentRedirect
    PERMANENT_REDIRECT

    Http Status Code 308 - Permanent Redirect maintaining HTTP method.

    SeeOther
    SEE_OTHER

    Http Status Code 303 - See Other.

    TemporaryRedirect
    TEMPORARY_REDIRECT

    Http Status Code 307 - Temporary Redirect maintaining HTTP method.

    HttpRedirectActionRedirectResponseCodeFound
    FOUND

    Http Status Code 302 - Found.

    HttpRedirectActionRedirectResponseCodeMovedPermanentlyDefault
    MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT

    Http Status Code 301 - Moved Permanently.

    HttpRedirectActionRedirectResponseCodePermanentRedirect
    PERMANENT_REDIRECT

    Http Status Code 308 - Permanent Redirect maintaining HTTP method.

    HttpRedirectActionRedirectResponseCodeSeeOther
    SEE_OTHER

    Http Status Code 303 - See Other.

    HttpRedirectActionRedirectResponseCodeTemporaryRedirect
    TEMPORARY_REDIRECT

    Http Status Code 307 - Temporary Redirect maintaining HTTP method.

    Found
    FOUND

    Http Status Code 302 - Found.

    MovedPermanentlyDefault
    MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT

    Http Status Code 301 - Moved Permanently.

    PermanentRedirect
    PERMANENT_REDIRECT

    Http Status Code 308 - Permanent Redirect maintaining HTTP method.

    SeeOther
    SEE_OTHER

    Http Status Code 303 - See Other.

    TemporaryRedirect
    TEMPORARY_REDIRECT

    Http Status Code 307 - Temporary Redirect maintaining HTTP method.

    Found
    FOUND

    Http Status Code 302 - Found.

    MovedPermanentlyDefault
    MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT

    Http Status Code 301 - Moved Permanently.

    PermanentRedirect
    PERMANENT_REDIRECT

    Http Status Code 308 - Permanent Redirect maintaining HTTP method.

    SeeOther
    SEE_OTHER

    Http Status Code 303 - See Other.

    TemporaryRedirect
    TEMPORARY_REDIRECT

    Http Status Code 307 - Temporary Redirect maintaining HTTP method.

    FOUND
    FOUND

    Http Status Code 302 - Found.

    MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT
    MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT

    Http Status Code 301 - Moved Permanently.

    PERMANENT_REDIRECT
    PERMANENT_REDIRECT

    Http Status Code 308 - Permanent Redirect maintaining HTTP method.

    SEE_OTHER
    SEE_OTHER

    Http Status Code 303 - See Other.

    TEMPORARY_REDIRECT
    TEMPORARY_REDIRECT

    Http Status Code 307 - Temporary Redirect maintaining HTTP method.

    "FOUND"
    FOUND

    Http Status Code 302 - Found.

    "MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT"
    MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT

    Http Status Code 301 - Moved Permanently.

    "PERMANENT_REDIRECT"
    PERMANENT_REDIRECT

    Http Status Code 308 - Permanent Redirect maintaining HTTP method.

    "SEE_OTHER"
    SEE_OTHER

    Http Status Code 303 - See Other.

    "TEMPORARY_REDIRECT"
    TEMPORARY_REDIRECT

    Http Status Code 307 - Temporary Redirect maintaining HTTP method.

    HttpRedirectActionResponse, HttpRedirectActionResponseArgs

    HostRedirect string

    The host that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. The value must be from 1 to 255 characters.

    HttpsRedirect bool

    If set to true, the URL scheme in the redirected request is set to HTTPS. If set to false, the URL scheme of the redirected request remains the same as that of the request. This must only be set for URL maps used in TargetHttpProxys. Setting this true for TargetHttpsProxy is not permitted. The default is set to false.

    PathRedirect string

    The path that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. pathRedirect cannot be supplied together with prefixRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    PrefixRedirect string

    The prefix that replaces the prefixMatch specified in the HttpRouteRuleMatch, retaining the remaining portion of the URL before redirecting the request. prefixRedirect cannot be supplied together with pathRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    RedirectResponseCode string

    The HTTP Status code to use for this RedirectAction. Supported values are: - MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT, which is the default value and corresponds to 301. - FOUND, which corresponds to 302. - SEE_OTHER which corresponds to 303. - TEMPORARY_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 307. In this case, the request method is retained. - PERMANENT_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 308. In this case, the request method is retained.

    StripQuery bool

    If set to true, any accompanying query portion of the original URL is removed before redirecting the request. If set to false, the query portion of the original URL is retained. The default is set to false.

    HostRedirect string

    The host that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. The value must be from 1 to 255 characters.

    HttpsRedirect bool

    If set to true, the URL scheme in the redirected request is set to HTTPS. If set to false, the URL scheme of the redirected request remains the same as that of the request. This must only be set for URL maps used in TargetHttpProxys. Setting this true for TargetHttpsProxy is not permitted. The default is set to false.

    PathRedirect string

    The path that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. pathRedirect cannot be supplied together with prefixRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    PrefixRedirect string

    The prefix that replaces the prefixMatch specified in the HttpRouteRuleMatch, retaining the remaining portion of the URL before redirecting the request. prefixRedirect cannot be supplied together with pathRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    RedirectResponseCode string

    The HTTP Status code to use for this RedirectAction. Supported values are: - MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT, which is the default value and corresponds to 301. - FOUND, which corresponds to 302. - SEE_OTHER which corresponds to 303. - TEMPORARY_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 307. In this case, the request method is retained. - PERMANENT_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 308. In this case, the request method is retained.

    StripQuery bool

    If set to true, any accompanying query portion of the original URL is removed before redirecting the request. If set to false, the query portion of the original URL is retained. The default is set to false.

    hostRedirect String

    The host that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. The value must be from 1 to 255 characters.

    httpsRedirect Boolean

    If set to true, the URL scheme in the redirected request is set to HTTPS. If set to false, the URL scheme of the redirected request remains the same as that of the request. This must only be set for URL maps used in TargetHttpProxys. Setting this true for TargetHttpsProxy is not permitted. The default is set to false.

    pathRedirect String

    The path that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. pathRedirect cannot be supplied together with prefixRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    prefixRedirect String

    The prefix that replaces the prefixMatch specified in the HttpRouteRuleMatch, retaining the remaining portion of the URL before redirecting the request. prefixRedirect cannot be supplied together with pathRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    redirectResponseCode String

    The HTTP Status code to use for this RedirectAction. Supported values are: - MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT, which is the default value and corresponds to 301. - FOUND, which corresponds to 302. - SEE_OTHER which corresponds to 303. - TEMPORARY_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 307. In this case, the request method is retained. - PERMANENT_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 308. In this case, the request method is retained.

    stripQuery Boolean

    If set to true, any accompanying query portion of the original URL is removed before redirecting the request. If set to false, the query portion of the original URL is retained. The default is set to false.

    hostRedirect string

    The host that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. The value must be from 1 to 255 characters.

    httpsRedirect boolean

    If set to true, the URL scheme in the redirected request is set to HTTPS. If set to false, the URL scheme of the redirected request remains the same as that of the request. This must only be set for URL maps used in TargetHttpProxys. Setting this true for TargetHttpsProxy is not permitted. The default is set to false.

    pathRedirect string

    The path that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. pathRedirect cannot be supplied together with prefixRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    prefixRedirect string

    The prefix that replaces the prefixMatch specified in the HttpRouteRuleMatch, retaining the remaining portion of the URL before redirecting the request. prefixRedirect cannot be supplied together with pathRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    redirectResponseCode string

    The HTTP Status code to use for this RedirectAction. Supported values are: - MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT, which is the default value and corresponds to 301. - FOUND, which corresponds to 302. - SEE_OTHER which corresponds to 303. - TEMPORARY_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 307. In this case, the request method is retained. - PERMANENT_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 308. In this case, the request method is retained.

    stripQuery boolean

    If set to true, any accompanying query portion of the original URL is removed before redirecting the request. If set to false, the query portion of the original URL is retained. The default is set to false.

    host_redirect str

    The host that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. The value must be from 1 to 255 characters.

    https_redirect bool

    If set to true, the URL scheme in the redirected request is set to HTTPS. If set to false, the URL scheme of the redirected request remains the same as that of the request. This must only be set for URL maps used in TargetHttpProxys. Setting this true for TargetHttpsProxy is not permitted. The default is set to false.

    path_redirect str

    The path that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. pathRedirect cannot be supplied together with prefixRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    prefix_redirect str

    The prefix that replaces the prefixMatch specified in the HttpRouteRuleMatch, retaining the remaining portion of the URL before redirecting the request. prefixRedirect cannot be supplied together with pathRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    redirect_response_code str

    The HTTP Status code to use for this RedirectAction. Supported values are: - MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT, which is the default value and corresponds to 301. - FOUND, which corresponds to 302. - SEE_OTHER which corresponds to 303. - TEMPORARY_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 307. In this case, the request method is retained. - PERMANENT_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 308. In this case, the request method is retained.

    strip_query bool

    If set to true, any accompanying query portion of the original URL is removed before redirecting the request. If set to false, the query portion of the original URL is retained. The default is set to false.

    hostRedirect String

    The host that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. The value must be from 1 to 255 characters.

    httpsRedirect Boolean

    If set to true, the URL scheme in the redirected request is set to HTTPS. If set to false, the URL scheme of the redirected request remains the same as that of the request. This must only be set for URL maps used in TargetHttpProxys. Setting this true for TargetHttpsProxy is not permitted. The default is set to false.

    pathRedirect String

    The path that is used in the redirect response instead of the one that was supplied in the request. pathRedirect cannot be supplied together with prefixRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    prefixRedirect String

    The prefix that replaces the prefixMatch specified in the HttpRouteRuleMatch, retaining the remaining portion of the URL before redirecting the request. prefixRedirect cannot be supplied together with pathRedirect. Supply one alone or neither. If neither is supplied, the path of the original request is used for the redirect. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters.

    redirectResponseCode String

    The HTTP Status code to use for this RedirectAction. Supported values are: - MOVED_PERMANENTLY_DEFAULT, which is the default value and corresponds to 301. - FOUND, which corresponds to 302. - SEE_OTHER which corresponds to 303. - TEMPORARY_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 307. In this case, the request method is retained. - PERMANENT_REDIRECT, which corresponds to 308. In this case, the request method is retained.

    stripQuery Boolean

    If set to true, any accompanying query portion of the original URL is removed before redirecting the request. If set to false, the query portion of the original URL is retained. The default is set to false.

    HttpRetryPolicy, HttpRetryPolicyArgs

    NumRetries int

    Specifies the allowed number retries. This number must be > 0. If not specified, defaults to 1.

    PerTryTimeout Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.Duration

    Specifies a non-zero timeout per retry attempt. If not specified, will use the timeout set in the HttpRouteAction field. If timeout in the HttpRouteAction field is not set, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    RetryConditions List<string>

    Specifies one or more conditions when this retry policy applies. Valid values are: - 5xx: retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with any 5xx response code, or if the instance or endpoint does not respond at all. For example, disconnects, reset, read timeout, connection failure, and refused streams. - gateway-error: Similar to 5xx, but only applies to response codes 502, 503 or 504. - connect-failure: a retry is attempted on failures connecting to the instance or endpoint. For example, connection timeouts. - retriable-4xx: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with a 4xx response code. The only error that you can retry is error code 409. - refused-stream: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint resets the stream with a REFUSED_STREAM error code. This reset type indicates that it is safe to retry. - cancelled: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to cancelled. - deadline-exceeded: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to deadline-exceeded. - internal: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to internal. - resource-exhausted: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to resource-exhausted. - unavailable: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to unavailable. Only the following codes are supported when the URL map is bound to target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true. - cancelled - deadline-exceeded - internal - resource-exhausted - unavailable

    NumRetries int

    Specifies the allowed number retries. This number must be > 0. If not specified, defaults to 1.

    PerTryTimeout Duration

    Specifies a non-zero timeout per retry attempt. If not specified, will use the timeout set in the HttpRouteAction field. If timeout in the HttpRouteAction field is not set, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    RetryConditions []string

    Specifies one or more conditions when this retry policy applies. Valid values are: - 5xx: retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with any 5xx response code, or if the instance or endpoint does not respond at all. For example, disconnects, reset, read timeout, connection failure, and refused streams. - gateway-error: Similar to 5xx, but only applies to response codes 502, 503 or 504. - connect-failure: a retry is attempted on failures connecting to the instance or endpoint. For example, connection timeouts. - retriable-4xx: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with a 4xx response code. The only error that you can retry is error code 409. - refused-stream: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint resets the stream with a REFUSED_STREAM error code. This reset type indicates that it is safe to retry. - cancelled: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to cancelled. - deadline-exceeded: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to deadline-exceeded. - internal: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to internal. - resource-exhausted: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to resource-exhausted. - unavailable: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to unavailable. Only the following codes are supported when the URL map is bound to target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true. - cancelled - deadline-exceeded - internal - resource-exhausted - unavailable

    numRetries Integer

    Specifies the allowed number retries. This number must be > 0. If not specified, defaults to 1.

    perTryTimeout Duration

    Specifies a non-zero timeout per retry attempt. If not specified, will use the timeout set in the HttpRouteAction field. If timeout in the HttpRouteAction field is not set, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retryConditions List<String>

    Specifies one or more conditions when this retry policy applies. Valid values are: - 5xx: retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with any 5xx response code, or if the instance or endpoint does not respond at all. For example, disconnects, reset, read timeout, connection failure, and refused streams. - gateway-error: Similar to 5xx, but only applies to response codes 502, 503 or 504. - connect-failure: a retry is attempted on failures connecting to the instance or endpoint. For example, connection timeouts. - retriable-4xx: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with a 4xx response code. The only error that you can retry is error code 409. - refused-stream: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint resets the stream with a REFUSED_STREAM error code. This reset type indicates that it is safe to retry. - cancelled: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to cancelled. - deadline-exceeded: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to deadline-exceeded. - internal: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to internal. - resource-exhausted: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to resource-exhausted. - unavailable: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to unavailable. Only the following codes are supported when the URL map is bound to target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true. - cancelled - deadline-exceeded - internal - resource-exhausted - unavailable

    numRetries number

    Specifies the allowed number retries. This number must be > 0. If not specified, defaults to 1.

    perTryTimeout Duration

    Specifies a non-zero timeout per retry attempt. If not specified, will use the timeout set in the HttpRouteAction field. If timeout in the HttpRouteAction field is not set, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retryConditions string[]

    Specifies one or more conditions when this retry policy applies. Valid values are: - 5xx: retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with any 5xx response code, or if the instance or endpoint does not respond at all. For example, disconnects, reset, read timeout, connection failure, and refused streams. - gateway-error: Similar to 5xx, but only applies to response codes 502, 503 or 504. - connect-failure: a retry is attempted on failures connecting to the instance or endpoint. For example, connection timeouts. - retriable-4xx: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with a 4xx response code. The only error that you can retry is error code 409. - refused-stream: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint resets the stream with a REFUSED_STREAM error code. This reset type indicates that it is safe to retry. - cancelled: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to cancelled. - deadline-exceeded: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to deadline-exceeded. - internal: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to internal. - resource-exhausted: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to resource-exhausted. - unavailable: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to unavailable. Only the following codes are supported when the URL map is bound to target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true. - cancelled - deadline-exceeded - internal - resource-exhausted - unavailable

    num_retries int

    Specifies the allowed number retries. This number must be > 0. If not specified, defaults to 1.

    per_try_timeout Duration

    Specifies a non-zero timeout per retry attempt. If not specified, will use the timeout set in the HttpRouteAction field. If timeout in the HttpRouteAction field is not set, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retry_conditions Sequence[str]

    Specifies one or more conditions when this retry policy applies. Valid values are: - 5xx: retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with any 5xx response code, or if the instance or endpoint does not respond at all. For example, disconnects, reset, read timeout, connection failure, and refused streams. - gateway-error: Similar to 5xx, but only applies to response codes 502, 503 or 504. - connect-failure: a retry is attempted on failures connecting to the instance or endpoint. For example, connection timeouts. - retriable-4xx: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with a 4xx response code. The only error that you can retry is error code 409. - refused-stream: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint resets the stream with a REFUSED_STREAM error code. This reset type indicates that it is safe to retry. - cancelled: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to cancelled. - deadline-exceeded: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to deadline-exceeded. - internal: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to internal. - resource-exhausted: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to resource-exhausted. - unavailable: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to unavailable. Only the following codes are supported when the URL map is bound to target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true. - cancelled - deadline-exceeded - internal - resource-exhausted - unavailable

    numRetries Number

    Specifies the allowed number retries. This number must be > 0. If not specified, defaults to 1.

    perTryTimeout Property Map

    Specifies a non-zero timeout per retry attempt. If not specified, will use the timeout set in the HttpRouteAction field. If timeout in the HttpRouteAction field is not set, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retryConditions List<String>

    Specifies one or more conditions when this retry policy applies. Valid values are: - 5xx: retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with any 5xx response code, or if the instance or endpoint does not respond at all. For example, disconnects, reset, read timeout, connection failure, and refused streams. - gateway-error: Similar to 5xx, but only applies to response codes 502, 503 or 504. - connect-failure: a retry is attempted on failures connecting to the instance or endpoint. For example, connection timeouts. - retriable-4xx: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with a 4xx response code. The only error that you can retry is error code 409. - refused-stream: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint resets the stream with a REFUSED_STREAM error code. This reset type indicates that it is safe to retry. - cancelled: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to cancelled. - deadline-exceeded: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to deadline-exceeded. - internal: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to internal. - resource-exhausted: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to resource-exhausted. - unavailable: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to unavailable. Only the following codes are supported when the URL map is bound to target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true. - cancelled - deadline-exceeded - internal - resource-exhausted - unavailable

    HttpRetryPolicyResponse, HttpRetryPolicyResponseArgs

    NumRetries int

    Specifies the allowed number retries. This number must be > 0. If not specified, defaults to 1.

    PerTryTimeout Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.DurationResponse

    Specifies a non-zero timeout per retry attempt. If not specified, will use the timeout set in the HttpRouteAction field. If timeout in the HttpRouteAction field is not set, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    RetryConditions List<string>

    Specifies one or more conditions when this retry policy applies. Valid values are: - 5xx: retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with any 5xx response code, or if the instance or endpoint does not respond at all. For example, disconnects, reset, read timeout, connection failure, and refused streams. - gateway-error: Similar to 5xx, but only applies to response codes 502, 503 or 504. - connect-failure: a retry is attempted on failures connecting to the instance or endpoint. For example, connection timeouts. - retriable-4xx: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with a 4xx response code. The only error that you can retry is error code 409. - refused-stream: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint resets the stream with a REFUSED_STREAM error code. This reset type indicates that it is safe to retry. - cancelled: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to cancelled. - deadline-exceeded: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to deadline-exceeded. - internal: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to internal. - resource-exhausted: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to resource-exhausted. - unavailable: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to unavailable. Only the following codes are supported when the URL map is bound to target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true. - cancelled - deadline-exceeded - internal - resource-exhausted - unavailable

    NumRetries int

    Specifies the allowed number retries. This number must be > 0. If not specified, defaults to 1.

    PerTryTimeout DurationResponse

    Specifies a non-zero timeout per retry attempt. If not specified, will use the timeout set in the HttpRouteAction field. If timeout in the HttpRouteAction field is not set, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    RetryConditions []string

    Specifies one or more conditions when this retry policy applies. Valid values are: - 5xx: retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with any 5xx response code, or if the instance or endpoint does not respond at all. For example, disconnects, reset, read timeout, connection failure, and refused streams. - gateway-error: Similar to 5xx, but only applies to response codes 502, 503 or 504. - connect-failure: a retry is attempted on failures connecting to the instance or endpoint. For example, connection timeouts. - retriable-4xx: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with a 4xx response code. The only error that you can retry is error code 409. - refused-stream: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint resets the stream with a REFUSED_STREAM error code. This reset type indicates that it is safe to retry. - cancelled: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to cancelled. - deadline-exceeded: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to deadline-exceeded. - internal: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to internal. - resource-exhausted: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to resource-exhausted. - unavailable: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to unavailable. Only the following codes are supported when the URL map is bound to target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true. - cancelled - deadline-exceeded - internal - resource-exhausted - unavailable

    numRetries Integer

    Specifies the allowed number retries. This number must be > 0. If not specified, defaults to 1.

    perTryTimeout DurationResponse

    Specifies a non-zero timeout per retry attempt. If not specified, will use the timeout set in the HttpRouteAction field. If timeout in the HttpRouteAction field is not set, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retryConditions List<String>

    Specifies one or more conditions when this retry policy applies. Valid values are: - 5xx: retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with any 5xx response code, or if the instance or endpoint does not respond at all. For example, disconnects, reset, read timeout, connection failure, and refused streams. - gateway-error: Similar to 5xx, but only applies to response codes 502, 503 or 504. - connect-failure: a retry is attempted on failures connecting to the instance or endpoint. For example, connection timeouts. - retriable-4xx: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with a 4xx response code. The only error that you can retry is error code 409. - refused-stream: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint resets the stream with a REFUSED_STREAM error code. This reset type indicates that it is safe to retry. - cancelled: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to cancelled. - deadline-exceeded: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to deadline-exceeded. - internal: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to internal. - resource-exhausted: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to resource-exhausted. - unavailable: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to unavailable. Only the following codes are supported when the URL map is bound to target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true. - cancelled - deadline-exceeded - internal - resource-exhausted - unavailable

    numRetries number

    Specifies the allowed number retries. This number must be > 0. If not specified, defaults to 1.

    perTryTimeout DurationResponse

    Specifies a non-zero timeout per retry attempt. If not specified, will use the timeout set in the HttpRouteAction field. If timeout in the HttpRouteAction field is not set, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retryConditions string[]

    Specifies one or more conditions when this retry policy applies. Valid values are: - 5xx: retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with any 5xx response code, or if the instance or endpoint does not respond at all. For example, disconnects, reset, read timeout, connection failure, and refused streams. - gateway-error: Similar to 5xx, but only applies to response codes 502, 503 or 504. - connect-failure: a retry is attempted on failures connecting to the instance or endpoint. For example, connection timeouts. - retriable-4xx: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with a 4xx response code. The only error that you can retry is error code 409. - refused-stream: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint resets the stream with a REFUSED_STREAM error code. This reset type indicates that it is safe to retry. - cancelled: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to cancelled. - deadline-exceeded: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to deadline-exceeded. - internal: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to internal. - resource-exhausted: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to resource-exhausted. - unavailable: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to unavailable. Only the following codes are supported when the URL map is bound to target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true. - cancelled - deadline-exceeded - internal - resource-exhausted - unavailable

    num_retries int

    Specifies the allowed number retries. This number must be > 0. If not specified, defaults to 1.

    per_try_timeout DurationResponse

    Specifies a non-zero timeout per retry attempt. If not specified, will use the timeout set in the HttpRouteAction field. If timeout in the HttpRouteAction field is not set, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retry_conditions Sequence[str]

    Specifies one or more conditions when this retry policy applies. Valid values are: - 5xx: retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with any 5xx response code, or if the instance or endpoint does not respond at all. For example, disconnects, reset, read timeout, connection failure, and refused streams. - gateway-error: Similar to 5xx, but only applies to response codes 502, 503 or 504. - connect-failure: a retry is attempted on failures connecting to the instance or endpoint. For example, connection timeouts. - retriable-4xx: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with a 4xx response code. The only error that you can retry is error code 409. - refused-stream: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint resets the stream with a REFUSED_STREAM error code. This reset type indicates that it is safe to retry. - cancelled: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to cancelled. - deadline-exceeded: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to deadline-exceeded. - internal: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to internal. - resource-exhausted: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to resource-exhausted. - unavailable: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to unavailable. Only the following codes are supported when the URL map is bound to target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true. - cancelled - deadline-exceeded - internal - resource-exhausted - unavailable

    numRetries Number

    Specifies the allowed number retries. This number must be > 0. If not specified, defaults to 1.

    perTryTimeout Property Map

    Specifies a non-zero timeout per retry attempt. If not specified, will use the timeout set in the HttpRouteAction field. If timeout in the HttpRouteAction field is not set, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retryConditions List<String>

    Specifies one or more conditions when this retry policy applies. Valid values are: - 5xx: retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with any 5xx response code, or if the instance or endpoint does not respond at all. For example, disconnects, reset, read timeout, connection failure, and refused streams. - gateway-error: Similar to 5xx, but only applies to response codes 502, 503 or 504. - connect-failure: a retry is attempted on failures connecting to the instance or endpoint. For example, connection timeouts. - retriable-4xx: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint responds with a 4xx response code. The only error that you can retry is error code 409. - refused-stream: a retry is attempted if the instance or endpoint resets the stream with a REFUSED_STREAM error code. This reset type indicates that it is safe to retry. - cancelled: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to cancelled. - deadline-exceeded: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to deadline-exceeded. - internal: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to internal. - resource-exhausted: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to resource-exhausted. - unavailable: a retry is attempted if the gRPC status code in the response header is set to unavailable. Only the following codes are supported when the URL map is bound to target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true. - cancelled - deadline-exceeded - internal - resource-exhausted - unavailable

    HttpRouteAction, HttpRouteActionArgs

    CorsPolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.CorsPolicy

    The specification for allowing client-side cross-origin requests. For more information about the W3C recommendation for cross-origin resource sharing (CORS), see Fetch API Living Standard. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    FaultInjectionPolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpFaultInjection

    The specification for fault injection introduced into traffic to test the resiliency of clients to backend service failure. As part of fault injection, when clients send requests to a backend service, delays can be introduced by a load balancer on a percentage of requests before sending those requests to the backend service. Similarly requests from clients can be aborted by the load balancer for a percentage of requests. timeout and retry_policy is ignored by clients that are configured with a fault_injection_policy if: 1. The traffic is generated by fault injection AND 2. The fault injection is not a delay fault injection. Fault injection is not supported with the global external HTTP(S) load balancer (classic). To see which load balancers support fault injection, see Load balancing: Routing and traffic management features.

    MaxStreamDuration Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.Duration

    Specifies the maximum duration (timeout) for streams on the selected route. Unlike the timeout field where the timeout duration starts from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream), the duration in this field is computed from the beginning of the stream until the response has been processed, including all retries. A stream that does not complete in this duration is closed. If not specified, this field uses the maximum maxStreamDuration value among all backend services associated with the route. This field is only allowed if the Url map is used with backend services with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    RequestMirrorPolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.RequestMirrorPolicy

    Specifies the policy on how requests intended for the route's backends are shadowed to a separate mirrored backend service. The load balancer does not wait for responses from the shadow service. Before sending traffic to the shadow service, the host / authority header is suffixed with -shadow. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    RetryPolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRetryPolicy

    Specifies the retry policy associated with this route.

    Timeout Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.Duration

    Specifies the timeout for the selected route. Timeout is computed from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream) up until the response has been processed. Timeout includes all retries. If not specified, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    UrlRewrite Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.UrlRewrite

    The spec to modify the URL of the request, before forwarding the request to the matched service. urlRewrite is the only action supported in UrlMaps for external HTTP(S) load balancers. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    WeightedBackendServices List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.WeightedBackendService>

    A list of weighted backend services to send traffic to when a route match occurs. The weights determine the fraction of traffic that flows to their corresponding backend service. If all traffic needs to go to a single backend service, there must be one weightedBackendService with weight set to a non-zero number. After a backend service is identified and before forwarding the request to the backend service, advanced routing actions such as URL rewrites and header transformations are applied depending on additional settings specified in this HttpRouteAction.

    CorsPolicy CorsPolicy

    The specification for allowing client-side cross-origin requests. For more information about the W3C recommendation for cross-origin resource sharing (CORS), see Fetch API Living Standard. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    FaultInjectionPolicy HttpFaultInjection

    The specification for fault injection introduced into traffic to test the resiliency of clients to backend service failure. As part of fault injection, when clients send requests to a backend service, delays can be introduced by a load balancer on a percentage of requests before sending those requests to the backend service. Similarly requests from clients can be aborted by the load balancer for a percentage of requests. timeout and retry_policy is ignored by clients that are configured with a fault_injection_policy if: 1. The traffic is generated by fault injection AND 2. The fault injection is not a delay fault injection. Fault injection is not supported with the global external HTTP(S) load balancer (classic). To see which load balancers support fault injection, see Load balancing: Routing and traffic management features.

    MaxStreamDuration Duration

    Specifies the maximum duration (timeout) for streams on the selected route. Unlike the timeout field where the timeout duration starts from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream), the duration in this field is computed from the beginning of the stream until the response has been processed, including all retries. A stream that does not complete in this duration is closed. If not specified, this field uses the maximum maxStreamDuration value among all backend services associated with the route. This field is only allowed if the Url map is used with backend services with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    RequestMirrorPolicy RequestMirrorPolicy

    Specifies the policy on how requests intended for the route's backends are shadowed to a separate mirrored backend service. The load balancer does not wait for responses from the shadow service. Before sending traffic to the shadow service, the host / authority header is suffixed with -shadow. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    RetryPolicy HttpRetryPolicy

    Specifies the retry policy associated with this route.

    Timeout Duration

    Specifies the timeout for the selected route. Timeout is computed from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream) up until the response has been processed. Timeout includes all retries. If not specified, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    UrlRewrite UrlRewrite

    The spec to modify the URL of the request, before forwarding the request to the matched service. urlRewrite is the only action supported in UrlMaps for external HTTP(S) load balancers. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    WeightedBackendServices []WeightedBackendService

    A list of weighted backend services to send traffic to when a route match occurs. The weights determine the fraction of traffic that flows to their corresponding backend service. If all traffic needs to go to a single backend service, there must be one weightedBackendService with weight set to a non-zero number. After a backend service is identified and before forwarding the request to the backend service, advanced routing actions such as URL rewrites and header transformations are applied depending on additional settings specified in this HttpRouteAction.

    corsPolicy CorsPolicy

    The specification for allowing client-side cross-origin requests. For more information about the W3C recommendation for cross-origin resource sharing (CORS), see Fetch API Living Standard. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    faultInjectionPolicy HttpFaultInjection

    The specification for fault injection introduced into traffic to test the resiliency of clients to backend service failure. As part of fault injection, when clients send requests to a backend service, delays can be introduced by a load balancer on a percentage of requests before sending those requests to the backend service. Similarly requests from clients can be aborted by the load balancer for a percentage of requests. timeout and retry_policy is ignored by clients that are configured with a fault_injection_policy if: 1. The traffic is generated by fault injection AND 2. The fault injection is not a delay fault injection. Fault injection is not supported with the global external HTTP(S) load balancer (classic). To see which load balancers support fault injection, see Load balancing: Routing and traffic management features.

    maxStreamDuration Duration

    Specifies the maximum duration (timeout) for streams on the selected route. Unlike the timeout field where the timeout duration starts from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream), the duration in this field is computed from the beginning of the stream until the response has been processed, including all retries. A stream that does not complete in this duration is closed. If not specified, this field uses the maximum maxStreamDuration value among all backend services associated with the route. This field is only allowed if the Url map is used with backend services with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    requestMirrorPolicy RequestMirrorPolicy

    Specifies the policy on how requests intended for the route's backends are shadowed to a separate mirrored backend service. The load balancer does not wait for responses from the shadow service. Before sending traffic to the shadow service, the host / authority header is suffixed with -shadow. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retryPolicy HttpRetryPolicy

    Specifies the retry policy associated with this route.

    timeout Duration

    Specifies the timeout for the selected route. Timeout is computed from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream) up until the response has been processed. Timeout includes all retries. If not specified, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    urlRewrite UrlRewrite

    The spec to modify the URL of the request, before forwarding the request to the matched service. urlRewrite is the only action supported in UrlMaps for external HTTP(S) load balancers. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    weightedBackendServices List<WeightedBackendService>

    A list of weighted backend services to send traffic to when a route match occurs. The weights determine the fraction of traffic that flows to their corresponding backend service. If all traffic needs to go to a single backend service, there must be one weightedBackendService with weight set to a non-zero number. After a backend service is identified and before forwarding the request to the backend service, advanced routing actions such as URL rewrites and header transformations are applied depending on additional settings specified in this HttpRouteAction.

    corsPolicy CorsPolicy

    The specification for allowing client-side cross-origin requests. For more information about the W3C recommendation for cross-origin resource sharing (CORS), see Fetch API Living Standard. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    faultInjectionPolicy HttpFaultInjection

    The specification for fault injection introduced into traffic to test the resiliency of clients to backend service failure. As part of fault injection, when clients send requests to a backend service, delays can be introduced by a load balancer on a percentage of requests before sending those requests to the backend service. Similarly requests from clients can be aborted by the load balancer for a percentage of requests. timeout and retry_policy is ignored by clients that are configured with a fault_injection_policy if: 1. The traffic is generated by fault injection AND 2. The fault injection is not a delay fault injection. Fault injection is not supported with the global external HTTP(S) load balancer (classic). To see which load balancers support fault injection, see Load balancing: Routing and traffic management features.

    maxStreamDuration Duration

    Specifies the maximum duration (timeout) for streams on the selected route. Unlike the timeout field where the timeout duration starts from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream), the duration in this field is computed from the beginning of the stream until the response has been processed, including all retries. A stream that does not complete in this duration is closed. If not specified, this field uses the maximum maxStreamDuration value among all backend services associated with the route. This field is only allowed if the Url map is used with backend services with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    requestMirrorPolicy RequestMirrorPolicy

    Specifies the policy on how requests intended for the route's backends are shadowed to a separate mirrored backend service. The load balancer does not wait for responses from the shadow service. Before sending traffic to the shadow service, the host / authority header is suffixed with -shadow. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retryPolicy HttpRetryPolicy

    Specifies the retry policy associated with this route.

    timeout Duration

    Specifies the timeout for the selected route. Timeout is computed from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream) up until the response has been processed. Timeout includes all retries. If not specified, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    urlRewrite UrlRewrite

    The spec to modify the URL of the request, before forwarding the request to the matched service. urlRewrite is the only action supported in UrlMaps for external HTTP(S) load balancers. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    weightedBackendServices WeightedBackendService[]

    A list of weighted backend services to send traffic to when a route match occurs. The weights determine the fraction of traffic that flows to their corresponding backend service. If all traffic needs to go to a single backend service, there must be one weightedBackendService with weight set to a non-zero number. After a backend service is identified and before forwarding the request to the backend service, advanced routing actions such as URL rewrites and header transformations are applied depending on additional settings specified in this HttpRouteAction.

    cors_policy CorsPolicy

    The specification for allowing client-side cross-origin requests. For more information about the W3C recommendation for cross-origin resource sharing (CORS), see Fetch API Living Standard. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    fault_injection_policy HttpFaultInjection

    The specification for fault injection introduced into traffic to test the resiliency of clients to backend service failure. As part of fault injection, when clients send requests to a backend service, delays can be introduced by a load balancer on a percentage of requests before sending those requests to the backend service. Similarly requests from clients can be aborted by the load balancer for a percentage of requests. timeout and retry_policy is ignored by clients that are configured with a fault_injection_policy if: 1. The traffic is generated by fault injection AND 2. The fault injection is not a delay fault injection. Fault injection is not supported with the global external HTTP(S) load balancer (classic). To see which load balancers support fault injection, see Load balancing: Routing and traffic management features.

    max_stream_duration Duration

    Specifies the maximum duration (timeout) for streams on the selected route. Unlike the timeout field where the timeout duration starts from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream), the duration in this field is computed from the beginning of the stream until the response has been processed, including all retries. A stream that does not complete in this duration is closed. If not specified, this field uses the maximum maxStreamDuration value among all backend services associated with the route. This field is only allowed if the Url map is used with backend services with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    request_mirror_policy RequestMirrorPolicy

    Specifies the policy on how requests intended for the route's backends are shadowed to a separate mirrored backend service. The load balancer does not wait for responses from the shadow service. Before sending traffic to the shadow service, the host / authority header is suffixed with -shadow. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retry_policy HttpRetryPolicy

    Specifies the retry policy associated with this route.

    timeout Duration

    Specifies the timeout for the selected route. Timeout is computed from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream) up until the response has been processed. Timeout includes all retries. If not specified, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    url_rewrite UrlRewrite

    The spec to modify the URL of the request, before forwarding the request to the matched service. urlRewrite is the only action supported in UrlMaps for external HTTP(S) load balancers. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    weighted_backend_services Sequence[WeightedBackendService]

    A list of weighted backend services to send traffic to when a route match occurs. The weights determine the fraction of traffic that flows to their corresponding backend service. If all traffic needs to go to a single backend service, there must be one weightedBackendService with weight set to a non-zero number. After a backend service is identified and before forwarding the request to the backend service, advanced routing actions such as URL rewrites and header transformations are applied depending on additional settings specified in this HttpRouteAction.

    corsPolicy Property Map

    The specification for allowing client-side cross-origin requests. For more information about the W3C recommendation for cross-origin resource sharing (CORS), see Fetch API Living Standard. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    faultInjectionPolicy Property Map

    The specification for fault injection introduced into traffic to test the resiliency of clients to backend service failure. As part of fault injection, when clients send requests to a backend service, delays can be introduced by a load balancer on a percentage of requests before sending those requests to the backend service. Similarly requests from clients can be aborted by the load balancer for a percentage of requests. timeout and retry_policy is ignored by clients that are configured with a fault_injection_policy if: 1. The traffic is generated by fault injection AND 2. The fault injection is not a delay fault injection. Fault injection is not supported with the global external HTTP(S) load balancer (classic). To see which load balancers support fault injection, see Load balancing: Routing and traffic management features.

    maxStreamDuration Property Map

    Specifies the maximum duration (timeout) for streams on the selected route. Unlike the timeout field where the timeout duration starts from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream), the duration in this field is computed from the beginning of the stream until the response has been processed, including all retries. A stream that does not complete in this duration is closed. If not specified, this field uses the maximum maxStreamDuration value among all backend services associated with the route. This field is only allowed if the Url map is used with backend services with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    requestMirrorPolicy Property Map

    Specifies the policy on how requests intended for the route's backends are shadowed to a separate mirrored backend service. The load balancer does not wait for responses from the shadow service. Before sending traffic to the shadow service, the host / authority header is suffixed with -shadow. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retryPolicy Property Map

    Specifies the retry policy associated with this route.

    timeout Property Map

    Specifies the timeout for the selected route. Timeout is computed from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream) up until the response has been processed. Timeout includes all retries. If not specified, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    urlRewrite Property Map

    The spec to modify the URL of the request, before forwarding the request to the matched service. urlRewrite is the only action supported in UrlMaps for external HTTP(S) load balancers. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    weightedBackendServices List<Property Map>

    A list of weighted backend services to send traffic to when a route match occurs. The weights determine the fraction of traffic that flows to their corresponding backend service. If all traffic needs to go to a single backend service, there must be one weightedBackendService with weight set to a non-zero number. After a backend service is identified and before forwarding the request to the backend service, advanced routing actions such as URL rewrites and header transformations are applied depending on additional settings specified in this HttpRouteAction.

    HttpRouteActionResponse, HttpRouteActionResponseArgs

    CorsPolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.CorsPolicyResponse

    The specification for allowing client-side cross-origin requests. For more information about the W3C recommendation for cross-origin resource sharing (CORS), see Fetch API Living Standard. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    FaultInjectionPolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpFaultInjectionResponse

    The specification for fault injection introduced into traffic to test the resiliency of clients to backend service failure. As part of fault injection, when clients send requests to a backend service, delays can be introduced by a load balancer on a percentage of requests before sending those requests to the backend service. Similarly requests from clients can be aborted by the load balancer for a percentage of requests. timeout and retry_policy is ignored by clients that are configured with a fault_injection_policy if: 1. The traffic is generated by fault injection AND 2. The fault injection is not a delay fault injection. Fault injection is not supported with the global external HTTP(S) load balancer (classic). To see which load balancers support fault injection, see Load balancing: Routing and traffic management features.

    MaxStreamDuration Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.DurationResponse

    Specifies the maximum duration (timeout) for streams on the selected route. Unlike the timeout field where the timeout duration starts from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream), the duration in this field is computed from the beginning of the stream until the response has been processed, including all retries. A stream that does not complete in this duration is closed. If not specified, this field uses the maximum maxStreamDuration value among all backend services associated with the route. This field is only allowed if the Url map is used with backend services with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    RequestMirrorPolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.RequestMirrorPolicyResponse

    Specifies the policy on how requests intended for the route's backends are shadowed to a separate mirrored backend service. The load balancer does not wait for responses from the shadow service. Before sending traffic to the shadow service, the host / authority header is suffixed with -shadow. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    RetryPolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRetryPolicyResponse

    Specifies the retry policy associated with this route.

    Timeout Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.DurationResponse

    Specifies the timeout for the selected route. Timeout is computed from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream) up until the response has been processed. Timeout includes all retries. If not specified, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    UrlRewrite Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.UrlRewriteResponse

    The spec to modify the URL of the request, before forwarding the request to the matched service. urlRewrite is the only action supported in UrlMaps for external HTTP(S) load balancers. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    WeightedBackendServices List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.WeightedBackendServiceResponse>

    A list of weighted backend services to send traffic to when a route match occurs. The weights determine the fraction of traffic that flows to their corresponding backend service. If all traffic needs to go to a single backend service, there must be one weightedBackendService with weight set to a non-zero number. After a backend service is identified and before forwarding the request to the backend service, advanced routing actions such as URL rewrites and header transformations are applied depending on additional settings specified in this HttpRouteAction.

    CorsPolicy CorsPolicyResponse

    The specification for allowing client-side cross-origin requests. For more information about the W3C recommendation for cross-origin resource sharing (CORS), see Fetch API Living Standard. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    FaultInjectionPolicy HttpFaultInjectionResponse

    The specification for fault injection introduced into traffic to test the resiliency of clients to backend service failure. As part of fault injection, when clients send requests to a backend service, delays can be introduced by a load balancer on a percentage of requests before sending those requests to the backend service. Similarly requests from clients can be aborted by the load balancer for a percentage of requests. timeout and retry_policy is ignored by clients that are configured with a fault_injection_policy if: 1. The traffic is generated by fault injection AND 2. The fault injection is not a delay fault injection. Fault injection is not supported with the global external HTTP(S) load balancer (classic). To see which load balancers support fault injection, see Load balancing: Routing and traffic management features.

    MaxStreamDuration DurationResponse

    Specifies the maximum duration (timeout) for streams on the selected route. Unlike the timeout field where the timeout duration starts from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream), the duration in this field is computed from the beginning of the stream until the response has been processed, including all retries. A stream that does not complete in this duration is closed. If not specified, this field uses the maximum maxStreamDuration value among all backend services associated with the route. This field is only allowed if the Url map is used with backend services with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    RequestMirrorPolicy RequestMirrorPolicyResponse

    Specifies the policy on how requests intended for the route's backends are shadowed to a separate mirrored backend service. The load balancer does not wait for responses from the shadow service. Before sending traffic to the shadow service, the host / authority header is suffixed with -shadow. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    RetryPolicy HttpRetryPolicyResponse

    Specifies the retry policy associated with this route.

    Timeout DurationResponse

    Specifies the timeout for the selected route. Timeout is computed from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream) up until the response has been processed. Timeout includes all retries. If not specified, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    UrlRewrite UrlRewriteResponse

    The spec to modify the URL of the request, before forwarding the request to the matched service. urlRewrite is the only action supported in UrlMaps for external HTTP(S) load balancers. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    WeightedBackendServices []WeightedBackendServiceResponse

    A list of weighted backend services to send traffic to when a route match occurs. The weights determine the fraction of traffic that flows to their corresponding backend service. If all traffic needs to go to a single backend service, there must be one weightedBackendService with weight set to a non-zero number. After a backend service is identified and before forwarding the request to the backend service, advanced routing actions such as URL rewrites and header transformations are applied depending on additional settings specified in this HttpRouteAction.

    corsPolicy CorsPolicyResponse

    The specification for allowing client-side cross-origin requests. For more information about the W3C recommendation for cross-origin resource sharing (CORS), see Fetch API Living Standard. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    faultInjectionPolicy HttpFaultInjectionResponse

    The specification for fault injection introduced into traffic to test the resiliency of clients to backend service failure. As part of fault injection, when clients send requests to a backend service, delays can be introduced by a load balancer on a percentage of requests before sending those requests to the backend service. Similarly requests from clients can be aborted by the load balancer for a percentage of requests. timeout and retry_policy is ignored by clients that are configured with a fault_injection_policy if: 1. The traffic is generated by fault injection AND 2. The fault injection is not a delay fault injection. Fault injection is not supported with the global external HTTP(S) load balancer (classic). To see which load balancers support fault injection, see Load balancing: Routing and traffic management features.

    maxStreamDuration DurationResponse

    Specifies the maximum duration (timeout) for streams on the selected route. Unlike the timeout field where the timeout duration starts from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream), the duration in this field is computed from the beginning of the stream until the response has been processed, including all retries. A stream that does not complete in this duration is closed. If not specified, this field uses the maximum maxStreamDuration value among all backend services associated with the route. This field is only allowed if the Url map is used with backend services with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    requestMirrorPolicy RequestMirrorPolicyResponse

    Specifies the policy on how requests intended for the route's backends are shadowed to a separate mirrored backend service. The load balancer does not wait for responses from the shadow service. Before sending traffic to the shadow service, the host / authority header is suffixed with -shadow. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retryPolicy HttpRetryPolicyResponse

    Specifies the retry policy associated with this route.

    timeout DurationResponse

    Specifies the timeout for the selected route. Timeout is computed from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream) up until the response has been processed. Timeout includes all retries. If not specified, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    urlRewrite UrlRewriteResponse

    The spec to modify the URL of the request, before forwarding the request to the matched service. urlRewrite is the only action supported in UrlMaps for external HTTP(S) load balancers. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    weightedBackendServices List<WeightedBackendServiceResponse>

    A list of weighted backend services to send traffic to when a route match occurs. The weights determine the fraction of traffic that flows to their corresponding backend service. If all traffic needs to go to a single backend service, there must be one weightedBackendService with weight set to a non-zero number. After a backend service is identified and before forwarding the request to the backend service, advanced routing actions such as URL rewrites and header transformations are applied depending on additional settings specified in this HttpRouteAction.

    corsPolicy CorsPolicyResponse

    The specification for allowing client-side cross-origin requests. For more information about the W3C recommendation for cross-origin resource sharing (CORS), see Fetch API Living Standard. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    faultInjectionPolicy HttpFaultInjectionResponse

    The specification for fault injection introduced into traffic to test the resiliency of clients to backend service failure. As part of fault injection, when clients send requests to a backend service, delays can be introduced by a load balancer on a percentage of requests before sending those requests to the backend service. Similarly requests from clients can be aborted by the load balancer for a percentage of requests. timeout and retry_policy is ignored by clients that are configured with a fault_injection_policy if: 1. The traffic is generated by fault injection AND 2. The fault injection is not a delay fault injection. Fault injection is not supported with the global external HTTP(S) load balancer (classic). To see which load balancers support fault injection, see Load balancing: Routing and traffic management features.

    maxStreamDuration DurationResponse

    Specifies the maximum duration (timeout) for streams on the selected route. Unlike the timeout field where the timeout duration starts from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream), the duration in this field is computed from the beginning of the stream until the response has been processed, including all retries. A stream that does not complete in this duration is closed. If not specified, this field uses the maximum maxStreamDuration value among all backend services associated with the route. This field is only allowed if the Url map is used with backend services with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    requestMirrorPolicy RequestMirrorPolicyResponse

    Specifies the policy on how requests intended for the route's backends are shadowed to a separate mirrored backend service. The load balancer does not wait for responses from the shadow service. Before sending traffic to the shadow service, the host / authority header is suffixed with -shadow. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retryPolicy HttpRetryPolicyResponse

    Specifies the retry policy associated with this route.

    timeout DurationResponse

    Specifies the timeout for the selected route. Timeout is computed from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream) up until the response has been processed. Timeout includes all retries. If not specified, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    urlRewrite UrlRewriteResponse

    The spec to modify the URL of the request, before forwarding the request to the matched service. urlRewrite is the only action supported in UrlMaps for external HTTP(S) load balancers. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    weightedBackendServices WeightedBackendServiceResponse[]

    A list of weighted backend services to send traffic to when a route match occurs. The weights determine the fraction of traffic that flows to their corresponding backend service. If all traffic needs to go to a single backend service, there must be one weightedBackendService with weight set to a non-zero number. After a backend service is identified and before forwarding the request to the backend service, advanced routing actions such as URL rewrites and header transformations are applied depending on additional settings specified in this HttpRouteAction.

    cors_policy CorsPolicyResponse

    The specification for allowing client-side cross-origin requests. For more information about the W3C recommendation for cross-origin resource sharing (CORS), see Fetch API Living Standard. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    fault_injection_policy HttpFaultInjectionResponse

    The specification for fault injection introduced into traffic to test the resiliency of clients to backend service failure. As part of fault injection, when clients send requests to a backend service, delays can be introduced by a load balancer on a percentage of requests before sending those requests to the backend service. Similarly requests from clients can be aborted by the load balancer for a percentage of requests. timeout and retry_policy is ignored by clients that are configured with a fault_injection_policy if: 1. The traffic is generated by fault injection AND 2. The fault injection is not a delay fault injection. Fault injection is not supported with the global external HTTP(S) load balancer (classic). To see which load balancers support fault injection, see Load balancing: Routing and traffic management features.

    max_stream_duration DurationResponse

    Specifies the maximum duration (timeout) for streams on the selected route. Unlike the timeout field where the timeout duration starts from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream), the duration in this field is computed from the beginning of the stream until the response has been processed, including all retries. A stream that does not complete in this duration is closed. If not specified, this field uses the maximum maxStreamDuration value among all backend services associated with the route. This field is only allowed if the Url map is used with backend services with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    request_mirror_policy RequestMirrorPolicyResponse

    Specifies the policy on how requests intended for the route's backends are shadowed to a separate mirrored backend service. The load balancer does not wait for responses from the shadow service. Before sending traffic to the shadow service, the host / authority header is suffixed with -shadow. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retry_policy HttpRetryPolicyResponse

    Specifies the retry policy associated with this route.

    timeout DurationResponse

    Specifies the timeout for the selected route. Timeout is computed from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream) up until the response has been processed. Timeout includes all retries. If not specified, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    url_rewrite UrlRewriteResponse

    The spec to modify the URL of the request, before forwarding the request to the matched service. urlRewrite is the only action supported in UrlMaps for external HTTP(S) load balancers. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    weighted_backend_services Sequence[WeightedBackendServiceResponse]

    A list of weighted backend services to send traffic to when a route match occurs. The weights determine the fraction of traffic that flows to their corresponding backend service. If all traffic needs to go to a single backend service, there must be one weightedBackendService with weight set to a non-zero number. After a backend service is identified and before forwarding the request to the backend service, advanced routing actions such as URL rewrites and header transformations are applied depending on additional settings specified in this HttpRouteAction.

    corsPolicy Property Map

    The specification for allowing client-side cross-origin requests. For more information about the W3C recommendation for cross-origin resource sharing (CORS), see Fetch API Living Standard. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    faultInjectionPolicy Property Map

    The specification for fault injection introduced into traffic to test the resiliency of clients to backend service failure. As part of fault injection, when clients send requests to a backend service, delays can be introduced by a load balancer on a percentage of requests before sending those requests to the backend service. Similarly requests from clients can be aborted by the load balancer for a percentage of requests. timeout and retry_policy is ignored by clients that are configured with a fault_injection_policy if: 1. The traffic is generated by fault injection AND 2. The fault injection is not a delay fault injection. Fault injection is not supported with the global external HTTP(S) load balancer (classic). To see which load balancers support fault injection, see Load balancing: Routing and traffic management features.

    maxStreamDuration Property Map

    Specifies the maximum duration (timeout) for streams on the selected route. Unlike the timeout field where the timeout duration starts from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream), the duration in this field is computed from the beginning of the stream until the response has been processed, including all retries. A stream that does not complete in this duration is closed. If not specified, this field uses the maximum maxStreamDuration value among all backend services associated with the route. This field is only allowed if the Url map is used with backend services with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    requestMirrorPolicy Property Map

    Specifies the policy on how requests intended for the route's backends are shadowed to a separate mirrored backend service. The load balancer does not wait for responses from the shadow service. Before sending traffic to the shadow service, the host / authority header is suffixed with -shadow. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    retryPolicy Property Map

    Specifies the retry policy associated with this route.

    timeout Property Map

    Specifies the timeout for the selected route. Timeout is computed from the time the request has been fully processed (known as end-of-stream) up until the response has been processed. Timeout includes all retries. If not specified, this field uses the largest timeout among all backend services associated with the route. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    urlRewrite Property Map

    The spec to modify the URL of the request, before forwarding the request to the matched service. urlRewrite is the only action supported in UrlMaps for external HTTP(S) load balancers. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has the validateForProxyless field set to true.

    weightedBackendServices List<Property Map>

    A list of weighted backend services to send traffic to when a route match occurs. The weights determine the fraction of traffic that flows to their corresponding backend service. If all traffic needs to go to a single backend service, there must be one weightedBackendService with weight set to a non-zero number. After a backend service is identified and before forwarding the request to the backend service, advanced routing actions such as URL rewrites and header transformations are applied depending on additional settings specified in this HttpRouteAction.

    HttpRouteRule, HttpRouteRuleArgs

    CustomErrorResponsePolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the RouteRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with routeRules.routeAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the customErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the customErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    Description string

    The short description conveying the intent of this routeRule. The description can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    HeaderAction Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpHeaderAction

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction value specified here is applied before the matching pathMatchers[].headerAction and after pathMatchers[].routeRules[].routeAction.weightedBackendService.backendServiceWeightAction[].headerAction HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    HttpFilterConfigs List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpFilterConfig>

    Outbound route specific configuration for networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterConfigs only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    HttpFilterMetadata List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpFilterConfig>

    Outbound route specific metadata supplied to networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterMetadata only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. The only configTypeUrl supported is type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    MatchRules List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRouteRuleMatch>

    The list of criteria for matching attributes of a request to this routeRule. This list has OR semantics: the request matches this routeRule when any of the matchRules are satisfied. However predicates within a given matchRule have AND semantics. All predicates within a matchRule must match for the request to match the rule.

    Priority int

    For routeRules within a given pathMatcher, priority determines the order in which a load balancer interprets routeRules. RouteRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. The priority of a rule decreases as its number increases (1, 2, 3, N+1). The first rule that matches the request is applied. You cannot configure two or more routeRules with the same priority. Priority for each rule must be set to a number from 0 to 2147483647 inclusive. Priority numbers can have gaps, which enable you to add or remove rules in the future without affecting the rest of the rules. For example, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 12, 16 is a valid series of priority numbers to which you could add rules numbered from 6 to 8, 10 to 11, and 13 to 15 in the future without any impact on existing rules.

    RouteAction Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRouteAction

    In response to a matching matchRule, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a route rule's routeAction.

    Service string

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    UrlRedirect Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRedirectAction

    When this rule is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    CustomErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the RouteRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with routeRules.routeAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the customErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the customErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    Description string

    The short description conveying the intent of this routeRule. The description can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    HeaderAction HttpHeaderAction

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction value specified here is applied before the matching pathMatchers[].headerAction and after pathMatchers[].routeRules[].routeAction.weightedBackendService.backendServiceWeightAction[].headerAction HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    HttpFilterConfigs []HttpFilterConfig

    Outbound route specific configuration for networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterConfigs only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    HttpFilterMetadata []HttpFilterConfig

    Outbound route specific metadata supplied to networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterMetadata only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. The only configTypeUrl supported is type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    MatchRules []HttpRouteRuleMatch

    The list of criteria for matching attributes of a request to this routeRule. This list has OR semantics: the request matches this routeRule when any of the matchRules are satisfied. However predicates within a given matchRule have AND semantics. All predicates within a matchRule must match for the request to match the rule.

    Priority int

    For routeRules within a given pathMatcher, priority determines the order in which a load balancer interprets routeRules. RouteRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. The priority of a rule decreases as its number increases (1, 2, 3, N+1). The first rule that matches the request is applied. You cannot configure two or more routeRules with the same priority. Priority for each rule must be set to a number from 0 to 2147483647 inclusive. Priority numbers can have gaps, which enable you to add or remove rules in the future without affecting the rest of the rules. For example, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 12, 16 is a valid series of priority numbers to which you could add rules numbered from 6 to 8, 10 to 11, and 13 to 15 in the future without any impact on existing rules.

    RouteAction HttpRouteAction

    In response to a matching matchRule, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a route rule's routeAction.

    Service string

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    UrlRedirect HttpRedirectAction

    When this rule is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    customErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the RouteRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with routeRules.routeAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the customErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the customErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    description String

    The short description conveying the intent of this routeRule. The description can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    headerAction HttpHeaderAction

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction value specified here is applied before the matching pathMatchers[].headerAction and after pathMatchers[].routeRules[].routeAction.weightedBackendService.backendServiceWeightAction[].headerAction HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    httpFilterConfigs List<HttpFilterConfig>

    Outbound route specific configuration for networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterConfigs only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    httpFilterMetadata List<HttpFilterConfig>

    Outbound route specific metadata supplied to networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterMetadata only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. The only configTypeUrl supported is type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    matchRules List<HttpRouteRuleMatch>

    The list of criteria for matching attributes of a request to this routeRule. This list has OR semantics: the request matches this routeRule when any of the matchRules are satisfied. However predicates within a given matchRule have AND semantics. All predicates within a matchRule must match for the request to match the rule.

    priority Integer

    For routeRules within a given pathMatcher, priority determines the order in which a load balancer interprets routeRules. RouteRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. The priority of a rule decreases as its number increases (1, 2, 3, N+1). The first rule that matches the request is applied. You cannot configure two or more routeRules with the same priority. Priority for each rule must be set to a number from 0 to 2147483647 inclusive. Priority numbers can have gaps, which enable you to add or remove rules in the future without affecting the rest of the rules. For example, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 12, 16 is a valid series of priority numbers to which you could add rules numbered from 6 to 8, 10 to 11, and 13 to 15 in the future without any impact on existing rules.

    routeAction HttpRouteAction

    In response to a matching matchRule, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a route rule's routeAction.

    service String

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    urlRedirect HttpRedirectAction

    When this rule is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    customErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the RouteRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with routeRules.routeAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the customErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the customErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    description string

    The short description conveying the intent of this routeRule. The description can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    headerAction HttpHeaderAction

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction value specified here is applied before the matching pathMatchers[].headerAction and after pathMatchers[].routeRules[].routeAction.weightedBackendService.backendServiceWeightAction[].headerAction HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    httpFilterConfigs HttpFilterConfig[]

    Outbound route specific configuration for networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterConfigs only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    httpFilterMetadata HttpFilterConfig[]

    Outbound route specific metadata supplied to networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterMetadata only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. The only configTypeUrl supported is type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    matchRules HttpRouteRuleMatch[]

    The list of criteria for matching attributes of a request to this routeRule. This list has OR semantics: the request matches this routeRule when any of the matchRules are satisfied. However predicates within a given matchRule have AND semantics. All predicates within a matchRule must match for the request to match the rule.

    priority number

    For routeRules within a given pathMatcher, priority determines the order in which a load balancer interprets routeRules. RouteRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. The priority of a rule decreases as its number increases (1, 2, 3, N+1). The first rule that matches the request is applied. You cannot configure two or more routeRules with the same priority. Priority for each rule must be set to a number from 0 to 2147483647 inclusive. Priority numbers can have gaps, which enable you to add or remove rules in the future without affecting the rest of the rules. For example, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 12, 16 is a valid series of priority numbers to which you could add rules numbered from 6 to 8, 10 to 11, and 13 to 15 in the future without any impact on existing rules.

    routeAction HttpRouteAction

    In response to a matching matchRule, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a route rule's routeAction.

    service string

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    urlRedirect HttpRedirectAction

    When this rule is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    custom_error_response_policy CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the RouteRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with routeRules.routeAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the customErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the customErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    description str

    The short description conveying the intent of this routeRule. The description can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    header_action HttpHeaderAction

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction value specified here is applied before the matching pathMatchers[].headerAction and after pathMatchers[].routeRules[].routeAction.weightedBackendService.backendServiceWeightAction[].headerAction HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    http_filter_configs Sequence[HttpFilterConfig]

    Outbound route specific configuration for networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterConfigs only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    http_filter_metadata Sequence[HttpFilterConfig]

    Outbound route specific metadata supplied to networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterMetadata only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. The only configTypeUrl supported is type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    match_rules Sequence[HttpRouteRuleMatch]

    The list of criteria for matching attributes of a request to this routeRule. This list has OR semantics: the request matches this routeRule when any of the matchRules are satisfied. However predicates within a given matchRule have AND semantics. All predicates within a matchRule must match for the request to match the rule.

    priority int

    For routeRules within a given pathMatcher, priority determines the order in which a load balancer interprets routeRules. RouteRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. The priority of a rule decreases as its number increases (1, 2, 3, N+1). The first rule that matches the request is applied. You cannot configure two or more routeRules with the same priority. Priority for each rule must be set to a number from 0 to 2147483647 inclusive. Priority numbers can have gaps, which enable you to add or remove rules in the future without affecting the rest of the rules. For example, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 12, 16 is a valid series of priority numbers to which you could add rules numbered from 6 to 8, 10 to 11, and 13 to 15 in the future without any impact on existing rules.

    route_action HttpRouteAction

    In response to a matching matchRule, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a route rule's routeAction.

    service str

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    url_redirect HttpRedirectAction

    When this rule is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    customErrorResponsePolicy Property Map

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the RouteRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with routeRules.routeAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the customErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the customErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    description String

    The short description conveying the intent of this routeRule. The description can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    headerAction Property Map

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction value specified here is applied before the matching pathMatchers[].headerAction and after pathMatchers[].routeRules[].routeAction.weightedBackendService.backendServiceWeightAction[].headerAction HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    httpFilterConfigs List<Property Map>

    Outbound route specific configuration for networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterConfigs only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    httpFilterMetadata List<Property Map>

    Outbound route specific metadata supplied to networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterMetadata only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. The only configTypeUrl supported is type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    matchRules List<Property Map>

    The list of criteria for matching attributes of a request to this routeRule. This list has OR semantics: the request matches this routeRule when any of the matchRules are satisfied. However predicates within a given matchRule have AND semantics. All predicates within a matchRule must match for the request to match the rule.

    priority Number

    For routeRules within a given pathMatcher, priority determines the order in which a load balancer interprets routeRules. RouteRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. The priority of a rule decreases as its number increases (1, 2, 3, N+1). The first rule that matches the request is applied. You cannot configure two or more routeRules with the same priority. Priority for each rule must be set to a number from 0 to 2147483647 inclusive. Priority numbers can have gaps, which enable you to add or remove rules in the future without affecting the rest of the rules. For example, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 12, 16 is a valid series of priority numbers to which you could add rules numbered from 6 to 8, 10 to 11, and 13 to 15 in the future without any impact on existing rules.

    routeAction Property Map

    In response to a matching matchRule, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a route rule's routeAction.

    service String

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    urlRedirect Property Map

    When this rule is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    HttpRouteRuleMatch, HttpRouteRuleMatchArgs

    FullPathMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must exactly match the value specified in fullPathMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor that may be part of the original URL. fullPathMatch must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    HeaderMatches List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpHeaderMatch>

    Specifies a list of header match criteria, all of which must match corresponding headers in the request.

    IgnoreCase bool

    Specifies that prefixMatch and fullPathMatch matches are case sensitive. The default value is false. ignoreCase must not be used with regexMatch. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    MetadataFilters List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.MetadataFilter>

    Opaque filter criteria used by the load balancer to restrict routing configuration to a limited set of xDS compliant clients. In their xDS requests to the load balancer, xDS clients present node metadata. When there is a match, the relevant routing configuration is made available to those proxies. For each metadataFilter in this list, if its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ANY, at least one of the filterLabels must match the corresponding label provided in the metadata. If its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ALL, then all of its filterLabels must match with corresponding labels provided in the metadata. If multiple metadata filters are specified, all of them need to be satisfied in order to be considered a match. metadataFilters specified here is applied after those specified in ForwardingRule that refers to the UrlMap this HttpRouteRuleMatch belongs to. metadataFilters only applies to load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    PathTemplateMatch string

    If specified, the route is a pattern match expression that must match the :path header once the query string is removed. A pattern match allows you to match - The value must be between 1 and 1024 characters - The pattern must start with a leading slash ("/") - There may be no more than 5 operators in pattern Precisely one of prefix_match, full_path_match, regex_match or path_template_match must be set.

    PrefixMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the request's path must begin with the specified prefixMatch. prefixMatch must begin with a /. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    QueryParameterMatches List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpQueryParameterMatch>

    Specifies a list of query parameter match criteria, all of which must match corresponding query parameters in the request. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    RegexMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must satisfy the regular expression specified in regexMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor supplied with the original URL. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    FullPathMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must exactly match the value specified in fullPathMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor that may be part of the original URL. fullPathMatch must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    HeaderMatches []HttpHeaderMatch

    Specifies a list of header match criteria, all of which must match corresponding headers in the request.

    IgnoreCase bool

    Specifies that prefixMatch and fullPathMatch matches are case sensitive. The default value is false. ignoreCase must not be used with regexMatch. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    MetadataFilters []MetadataFilter

    Opaque filter criteria used by the load balancer to restrict routing configuration to a limited set of xDS compliant clients. In their xDS requests to the load balancer, xDS clients present node metadata. When there is a match, the relevant routing configuration is made available to those proxies. For each metadataFilter in this list, if its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ANY, at least one of the filterLabels must match the corresponding label provided in the metadata. If its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ALL, then all of its filterLabels must match with corresponding labels provided in the metadata. If multiple metadata filters are specified, all of them need to be satisfied in order to be considered a match. metadataFilters specified here is applied after those specified in ForwardingRule that refers to the UrlMap this HttpRouteRuleMatch belongs to. metadataFilters only applies to load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    PathTemplateMatch string

    If specified, the route is a pattern match expression that must match the :path header once the query string is removed. A pattern match allows you to match - The value must be between 1 and 1024 characters - The pattern must start with a leading slash ("/") - There may be no more than 5 operators in pattern Precisely one of prefix_match, full_path_match, regex_match or path_template_match must be set.

    PrefixMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the request's path must begin with the specified prefixMatch. prefixMatch must begin with a /. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    QueryParameterMatches []HttpQueryParameterMatch

    Specifies a list of query parameter match criteria, all of which must match corresponding query parameters in the request. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    RegexMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must satisfy the regular expression specified in regexMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor supplied with the original URL. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    fullPathMatch String

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must exactly match the value specified in fullPathMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor that may be part of the original URL. fullPathMatch must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    headerMatches List<HttpHeaderMatch>

    Specifies a list of header match criteria, all of which must match corresponding headers in the request.

    ignoreCase Boolean

    Specifies that prefixMatch and fullPathMatch matches are case sensitive. The default value is false. ignoreCase must not be used with regexMatch. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    metadataFilters List<MetadataFilter>

    Opaque filter criteria used by the load balancer to restrict routing configuration to a limited set of xDS compliant clients. In their xDS requests to the load balancer, xDS clients present node metadata. When there is a match, the relevant routing configuration is made available to those proxies. For each metadataFilter in this list, if its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ANY, at least one of the filterLabels must match the corresponding label provided in the metadata. If its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ALL, then all of its filterLabels must match with corresponding labels provided in the metadata. If multiple metadata filters are specified, all of them need to be satisfied in order to be considered a match. metadataFilters specified here is applied after those specified in ForwardingRule that refers to the UrlMap this HttpRouteRuleMatch belongs to. metadataFilters only applies to load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    pathTemplateMatch String

    If specified, the route is a pattern match expression that must match the :path header once the query string is removed. A pattern match allows you to match - The value must be between 1 and 1024 characters - The pattern must start with a leading slash ("/") - There may be no more than 5 operators in pattern Precisely one of prefix_match, full_path_match, regex_match or path_template_match must be set.

    prefixMatch String

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the request's path must begin with the specified prefixMatch. prefixMatch must begin with a /. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    queryParameterMatches List<HttpQueryParameterMatch>

    Specifies a list of query parameter match criteria, all of which must match corresponding query parameters in the request. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    regexMatch String

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must satisfy the regular expression specified in regexMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor supplied with the original URL. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    fullPathMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must exactly match the value specified in fullPathMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor that may be part of the original URL. fullPathMatch must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    headerMatches HttpHeaderMatch[]

    Specifies a list of header match criteria, all of which must match corresponding headers in the request.

    ignoreCase boolean

    Specifies that prefixMatch and fullPathMatch matches are case sensitive. The default value is false. ignoreCase must not be used with regexMatch. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    metadataFilters MetadataFilter[]

    Opaque filter criteria used by the load balancer to restrict routing configuration to a limited set of xDS compliant clients. In their xDS requests to the load balancer, xDS clients present node metadata. When there is a match, the relevant routing configuration is made available to those proxies. For each metadataFilter in this list, if its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ANY, at least one of the filterLabels must match the corresponding label provided in the metadata. If its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ALL, then all of its filterLabels must match with corresponding labels provided in the metadata. If multiple metadata filters are specified, all of them need to be satisfied in order to be considered a match. metadataFilters specified here is applied after those specified in ForwardingRule that refers to the UrlMap this HttpRouteRuleMatch belongs to. metadataFilters only applies to load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    pathTemplateMatch string

    If specified, the route is a pattern match expression that must match the :path header once the query string is removed. A pattern match allows you to match - The value must be between 1 and 1024 characters - The pattern must start with a leading slash ("/") - There may be no more than 5 operators in pattern Precisely one of prefix_match, full_path_match, regex_match or path_template_match must be set.

    prefixMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the request's path must begin with the specified prefixMatch. prefixMatch must begin with a /. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    queryParameterMatches HttpQueryParameterMatch[]

    Specifies a list of query parameter match criteria, all of which must match corresponding query parameters in the request. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    regexMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must satisfy the regular expression specified in regexMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor supplied with the original URL. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    full_path_match str

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must exactly match the value specified in fullPathMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor that may be part of the original URL. fullPathMatch must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    header_matches Sequence[HttpHeaderMatch]

    Specifies a list of header match criteria, all of which must match corresponding headers in the request.

    ignore_case bool

    Specifies that prefixMatch and fullPathMatch matches are case sensitive. The default value is false. ignoreCase must not be used with regexMatch. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    metadata_filters Sequence[MetadataFilter]

    Opaque filter criteria used by the load balancer to restrict routing configuration to a limited set of xDS compliant clients. In their xDS requests to the load balancer, xDS clients present node metadata. When there is a match, the relevant routing configuration is made available to those proxies. For each metadataFilter in this list, if its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ANY, at least one of the filterLabels must match the corresponding label provided in the metadata. If its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ALL, then all of its filterLabels must match with corresponding labels provided in the metadata. If multiple metadata filters are specified, all of them need to be satisfied in order to be considered a match. metadataFilters specified here is applied after those specified in ForwardingRule that refers to the UrlMap this HttpRouteRuleMatch belongs to. metadataFilters only applies to load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    path_template_match str

    If specified, the route is a pattern match expression that must match the :path header once the query string is removed. A pattern match allows you to match - The value must be between 1 and 1024 characters - The pattern must start with a leading slash ("/") - There may be no more than 5 operators in pattern Precisely one of prefix_match, full_path_match, regex_match or path_template_match must be set.

    prefix_match str

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the request's path must begin with the specified prefixMatch. prefixMatch must begin with a /. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    query_parameter_matches Sequence[HttpQueryParameterMatch]

    Specifies a list of query parameter match criteria, all of which must match corresponding query parameters in the request. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    regex_match str

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must satisfy the regular expression specified in regexMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor supplied with the original URL. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    fullPathMatch String

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must exactly match the value specified in fullPathMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor that may be part of the original URL. fullPathMatch must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    headerMatches List<Property Map>

    Specifies a list of header match criteria, all of which must match corresponding headers in the request.

    ignoreCase Boolean

    Specifies that prefixMatch and fullPathMatch matches are case sensitive. The default value is false. ignoreCase must not be used with regexMatch. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    metadataFilters List<Property Map>

    Opaque filter criteria used by the load balancer to restrict routing configuration to a limited set of xDS compliant clients. In their xDS requests to the load balancer, xDS clients present node metadata. When there is a match, the relevant routing configuration is made available to those proxies. For each metadataFilter in this list, if its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ANY, at least one of the filterLabels must match the corresponding label provided in the metadata. If its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ALL, then all of its filterLabels must match with corresponding labels provided in the metadata. If multiple metadata filters are specified, all of them need to be satisfied in order to be considered a match. metadataFilters specified here is applied after those specified in ForwardingRule that refers to the UrlMap this HttpRouteRuleMatch belongs to. metadataFilters only applies to load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    pathTemplateMatch String

    If specified, the route is a pattern match expression that must match the :path header once the query string is removed. A pattern match allows you to match - The value must be between 1 and 1024 characters - The pattern must start with a leading slash ("/") - There may be no more than 5 operators in pattern Precisely one of prefix_match, full_path_match, regex_match or path_template_match must be set.

    prefixMatch String

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the request's path must begin with the specified prefixMatch. prefixMatch must begin with a /. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    queryParameterMatches List<Property Map>

    Specifies a list of query parameter match criteria, all of which must match corresponding query parameters in the request. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    regexMatch String

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must satisfy the regular expression specified in regexMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor supplied with the original URL. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    HttpRouteRuleMatchResponse, HttpRouteRuleMatchResponseArgs

    FullPathMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must exactly match the value specified in fullPathMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor that may be part of the original URL. fullPathMatch must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    HeaderMatches List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpHeaderMatchResponse>

    Specifies a list of header match criteria, all of which must match corresponding headers in the request.

    IgnoreCase bool

    Specifies that prefixMatch and fullPathMatch matches are case sensitive. The default value is false. ignoreCase must not be used with regexMatch. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    MetadataFilters List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.MetadataFilterResponse>

    Opaque filter criteria used by the load balancer to restrict routing configuration to a limited set of xDS compliant clients. In their xDS requests to the load balancer, xDS clients present node metadata. When there is a match, the relevant routing configuration is made available to those proxies. For each metadataFilter in this list, if its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ANY, at least one of the filterLabels must match the corresponding label provided in the metadata. If its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ALL, then all of its filterLabels must match with corresponding labels provided in the metadata. If multiple metadata filters are specified, all of them need to be satisfied in order to be considered a match. metadataFilters specified here is applied after those specified in ForwardingRule that refers to the UrlMap this HttpRouteRuleMatch belongs to. metadataFilters only applies to load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    PathTemplateMatch string

    If specified, the route is a pattern match expression that must match the :path header once the query string is removed. A pattern match allows you to match - The value must be between 1 and 1024 characters - The pattern must start with a leading slash ("/") - There may be no more than 5 operators in pattern Precisely one of prefix_match, full_path_match, regex_match or path_template_match must be set.

    PrefixMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the request's path must begin with the specified prefixMatch. prefixMatch must begin with a /. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    QueryParameterMatches List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpQueryParameterMatchResponse>

    Specifies a list of query parameter match criteria, all of which must match corresponding query parameters in the request. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    RegexMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must satisfy the regular expression specified in regexMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor supplied with the original URL. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    FullPathMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must exactly match the value specified in fullPathMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor that may be part of the original URL. fullPathMatch must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    HeaderMatches []HttpHeaderMatchResponse

    Specifies a list of header match criteria, all of which must match corresponding headers in the request.

    IgnoreCase bool

    Specifies that prefixMatch and fullPathMatch matches are case sensitive. The default value is false. ignoreCase must not be used with regexMatch. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    MetadataFilters []MetadataFilterResponse

    Opaque filter criteria used by the load balancer to restrict routing configuration to a limited set of xDS compliant clients. In their xDS requests to the load balancer, xDS clients present node metadata. When there is a match, the relevant routing configuration is made available to those proxies. For each metadataFilter in this list, if its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ANY, at least one of the filterLabels must match the corresponding label provided in the metadata. If its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ALL, then all of its filterLabels must match with corresponding labels provided in the metadata. If multiple metadata filters are specified, all of them need to be satisfied in order to be considered a match. metadataFilters specified here is applied after those specified in ForwardingRule that refers to the UrlMap this HttpRouteRuleMatch belongs to. metadataFilters only applies to load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    PathTemplateMatch string

    If specified, the route is a pattern match expression that must match the :path header once the query string is removed. A pattern match allows you to match - The value must be between 1 and 1024 characters - The pattern must start with a leading slash ("/") - There may be no more than 5 operators in pattern Precisely one of prefix_match, full_path_match, regex_match or path_template_match must be set.

    PrefixMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the request's path must begin with the specified prefixMatch. prefixMatch must begin with a /. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    QueryParameterMatches []HttpQueryParameterMatchResponse

    Specifies a list of query parameter match criteria, all of which must match corresponding query parameters in the request. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    RegexMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must satisfy the regular expression specified in regexMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor supplied with the original URL. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    fullPathMatch String

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must exactly match the value specified in fullPathMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor that may be part of the original URL. fullPathMatch must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    headerMatches List<HttpHeaderMatchResponse>

    Specifies a list of header match criteria, all of which must match corresponding headers in the request.

    ignoreCase Boolean

    Specifies that prefixMatch and fullPathMatch matches are case sensitive. The default value is false. ignoreCase must not be used with regexMatch. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    metadataFilters List<MetadataFilterResponse>

    Opaque filter criteria used by the load balancer to restrict routing configuration to a limited set of xDS compliant clients. In their xDS requests to the load balancer, xDS clients present node metadata. When there is a match, the relevant routing configuration is made available to those proxies. For each metadataFilter in this list, if its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ANY, at least one of the filterLabels must match the corresponding label provided in the metadata. If its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ALL, then all of its filterLabels must match with corresponding labels provided in the metadata. If multiple metadata filters are specified, all of them need to be satisfied in order to be considered a match. metadataFilters specified here is applied after those specified in ForwardingRule that refers to the UrlMap this HttpRouteRuleMatch belongs to. metadataFilters only applies to load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    pathTemplateMatch String

    If specified, the route is a pattern match expression that must match the :path header once the query string is removed. A pattern match allows you to match - The value must be between 1 and 1024 characters - The pattern must start with a leading slash ("/") - There may be no more than 5 operators in pattern Precisely one of prefix_match, full_path_match, regex_match or path_template_match must be set.

    prefixMatch String

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the request's path must begin with the specified prefixMatch. prefixMatch must begin with a /. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    queryParameterMatches List<HttpQueryParameterMatchResponse>

    Specifies a list of query parameter match criteria, all of which must match corresponding query parameters in the request. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    regexMatch String

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must satisfy the regular expression specified in regexMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor supplied with the original URL. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    fullPathMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must exactly match the value specified in fullPathMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor that may be part of the original URL. fullPathMatch must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    headerMatches HttpHeaderMatchResponse[]

    Specifies a list of header match criteria, all of which must match corresponding headers in the request.

    ignoreCase boolean

    Specifies that prefixMatch and fullPathMatch matches are case sensitive. The default value is false. ignoreCase must not be used with regexMatch. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    metadataFilters MetadataFilterResponse[]

    Opaque filter criteria used by the load balancer to restrict routing configuration to a limited set of xDS compliant clients. In their xDS requests to the load balancer, xDS clients present node metadata. When there is a match, the relevant routing configuration is made available to those proxies. For each metadataFilter in this list, if its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ANY, at least one of the filterLabels must match the corresponding label provided in the metadata. If its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ALL, then all of its filterLabels must match with corresponding labels provided in the metadata. If multiple metadata filters are specified, all of them need to be satisfied in order to be considered a match. metadataFilters specified here is applied after those specified in ForwardingRule that refers to the UrlMap this HttpRouteRuleMatch belongs to. metadataFilters only applies to load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    pathTemplateMatch string

    If specified, the route is a pattern match expression that must match the :path header once the query string is removed. A pattern match allows you to match - The value must be between 1 and 1024 characters - The pattern must start with a leading slash ("/") - There may be no more than 5 operators in pattern Precisely one of prefix_match, full_path_match, regex_match or path_template_match must be set.

    prefixMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the request's path must begin with the specified prefixMatch. prefixMatch must begin with a /. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    queryParameterMatches HttpQueryParameterMatchResponse[]

    Specifies a list of query parameter match criteria, all of which must match corresponding query parameters in the request. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    regexMatch string

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must satisfy the regular expression specified in regexMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor supplied with the original URL. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    full_path_match str

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must exactly match the value specified in fullPathMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor that may be part of the original URL. fullPathMatch must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    header_matches Sequence[HttpHeaderMatchResponse]

    Specifies a list of header match criteria, all of which must match corresponding headers in the request.

    ignore_case bool

    Specifies that prefixMatch and fullPathMatch matches are case sensitive. The default value is false. ignoreCase must not be used with regexMatch. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    metadata_filters Sequence[MetadataFilterResponse]

    Opaque filter criteria used by the load balancer to restrict routing configuration to a limited set of xDS compliant clients. In their xDS requests to the load balancer, xDS clients present node metadata. When there is a match, the relevant routing configuration is made available to those proxies. For each metadataFilter in this list, if its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ANY, at least one of the filterLabels must match the corresponding label provided in the metadata. If its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ALL, then all of its filterLabels must match with corresponding labels provided in the metadata. If multiple metadata filters are specified, all of them need to be satisfied in order to be considered a match. metadataFilters specified here is applied after those specified in ForwardingRule that refers to the UrlMap this HttpRouteRuleMatch belongs to. metadataFilters only applies to load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    path_template_match str

    If specified, the route is a pattern match expression that must match the :path header once the query string is removed. A pattern match allows you to match - The value must be between 1 and 1024 characters - The pattern must start with a leading slash ("/") - There may be no more than 5 operators in pattern Precisely one of prefix_match, full_path_match, regex_match or path_template_match must be set.

    prefix_match str

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the request's path must begin with the specified prefixMatch. prefixMatch must begin with a /. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    query_parameter_matches Sequence[HttpQueryParameterMatchResponse]

    Specifies a list of query parameter match criteria, all of which must match corresponding query parameters in the request. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    regex_match str

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must satisfy the regular expression specified in regexMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor supplied with the original URL. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    fullPathMatch String

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must exactly match the value specified in fullPathMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor that may be part of the original URL. fullPathMatch must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    headerMatches List<Property Map>

    Specifies a list of header match criteria, all of which must match corresponding headers in the request.

    ignoreCase Boolean

    Specifies that prefixMatch and fullPathMatch matches are case sensitive. The default value is false. ignoreCase must not be used with regexMatch. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    metadataFilters List<Property Map>

    Opaque filter criteria used by the load balancer to restrict routing configuration to a limited set of xDS compliant clients. In their xDS requests to the load balancer, xDS clients present node metadata. When there is a match, the relevant routing configuration is made available to those proxies. For each metadataFilter in this list, if its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ANY, at least one of the filterLabels must match the corresponding label provided in the metadata. If its filterMatchCriteria is set to MATCH_ALL, then all of its filterLabels must match with corresponding labels provided in the metadata. If multiple metadata filters are specified, all of them need to be satisfied in order to be considered a match. metadataFilters specified here is applied after those specified in ForwardingRule that refers to the UrlMap this HttpRouteRuleMatch belongs to. metadataFilters only applies to load balancers that have loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    pathTemplateMatch String

    If specified, the route is a pattern match expression that must match the :path header once the query string is removed. A pattern match allows you to match - The value must be between 1 and 1024 characters - The pattern must start with a leading slash ("/") - There may be no more than 5 operators in pattern Precisely one of prefix_match, full_path_match, regex_match or path_template_match must be set.

    prefixMatch String

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the request's path must begin with the specified prefixMatch. prefixMatch must begin with a /. The value must be from 1 to 1024 characters. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified.

    queryParameterMatches List<Property Map>

    Specifies a list of query parameter match criteria, all of which must match corresponding query parameters in the request. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    regexMatch String

    For satisfying the matchRule condition, the path of the request must satisfy the regular expression specified in regexMatch after removing any query parameters and anchor supplied with the original URL. For more information about regular expression syntax, see Syntax. Only one of prefixMatch, fullPathMatch or regexMatch must be specified. Regular expressions can only be used when the loadBalancingScheme is set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED.

    HttpRouteRuleResponse, HttpRouteRuleResponseArgs

    CustomErrorResponsePolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the RouteRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with routeRules.routeAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the customErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the customErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    Description string

    The short description conveying the intent of this routeRule. The description can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    HeaderAction Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpHeaderActionResponse

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction value specified here is applied before the matching pathMatchers[].headerAction and after pathMatchers[].routeRules[].routeAction.weightedBackendService.backendServiceWeightAction[].headerAction HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    HttpFilterConfigs List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpFilterConfigResponse>

    Outbound route specific configuration for networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterConfigs only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    HttpFilterMetadata List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpFilterConfigResponse>

    Outbound route specific metadata supplied to networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterMetadata only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. The only configTypeUrl supported is type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    MatchRules List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRouteRuleMatchResponse>

    The list of criteria for matching attributes of a request to this routeRule. This list has OR semantics: the request matches this routeRule when any of the matchRules are satisfied. However predicates within a given matchRule have AND semantics. All predicates within a matchRule must match for the request to match the rule.

    Priority int

    For routeRules within a given pathMatcher, priority determines the order in which a load balancer interprets routeRules. RouteRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. The priority of a rule decreases as its number increases (1, 2, 3, N+1). The first rule that matches the request is applied. You cannot configure two or more routeRules with the same priority. Priority for each rule must be set to a number from 0 to 2147483647 inclusive. Priority numbers can have gaps, which enable you to add or remove rules in the future without affecting the rest of the rules. For example, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 12, 16 is a valid series of priority numbers to which you could add rules numbered from 6 to 8, 10 to 11, and 13 to 15 in the future without any impact on existing rules.

    RouteAction Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRouteActionResponse

    In response to a matching matchRule, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a route rule's routeAction.

    Service string

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    UrlRedirect Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRedirectActionResponse

    When this rule is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    CustomErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the RouteRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with routeRules.routeAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the customErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the customErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    Description string

    The short description conveying the intent of this routeRule. The description can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    HeaderAction HttpHeaderActionResponse

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction value specified here is applied before the matching pathMatchers[].headerAction and after pathMatchers[].routeRules[].routeAction.weightedBackendService.backendServiceWeightAction[].headerAction HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    HttpFilterConfigs []HttpFilterConfigResponse

    Outbound route specific configuration for networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterConfigs only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    HttpFilterMetadata []HttpFilterConfigResponse

    Outbound route specific metadata supplied to networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterMetadata only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. The only configTypeUrl supported is type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    MatchRules []HttpRouteRuleMatchResponse

    The list of criteria for matching attributes of a request to this routeRule. This list has OR semantics: the request matches this routeRule when any of the matchRules are satisfied. However predicates within a given matchRule have AND semantics. All predicates within a matchRule must match for the request to match the rule.

    Priority int

    For routeRules within a given pathMatcher, priority determines the order in which a load balancer interprets routeRules. RouteRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. The priority of a rule decreases as its number increases (1, 2, 3, N+1). The first rule that matches the request is applied. You cannot configure two or more routeRules with the same priority. Priority for each rule must be set to a number from 0 to 2147483647 inclusive. Priority numbers can have gaps, which enable you to add or remove rules in the future without affecting the rest of the rules. For example, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 12, 16 is a valid series of priority numbers to which you could add rules numbered from 6 to 8, 10 to 11, and 13 to 15 in the future without any impact on existing rules.

    RouteAction HttpRouteActionResponse

    In response to a matching matchRule, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a route rule's routeAction.

    Service string

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    UrlRedirect HttpRedirectActionResponse

    When this rule is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    customErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the RouteRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with routeRules.routeAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the customErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the customErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    description String

    The short description conveying the intent of this routeRule. The description can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    headerAction HttpHeaderActionResponse

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction value specified here is applied before the matching pathMatchers[].headerAction and after pathMatchers[].routeRules[].routeAction.weightedBackendService.backendServiceWeightAction[].headerAction HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    httpFilterConfigs List<HttpFilterConfigResponse>

    Outbound route specific configuration for networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterConfigs only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    httpFilterMetadata List<HttpFilterConfigResponse>

    Outbound route specific metadata supplied to networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterMetadata only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. The only configTypeUrl supported is type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    matchRules List<HttpRouteRuleMatchResponse>

    The list of criteria for matching attributes of a request to this routeRule. This list has OR semantics: the request matches this routeRule when any of the matchRules are satisfied. However predicates within a given matchRule have AND semantics. All predicates within a matchRule must match for the request to match the rule.

    priority Integer

    For routeRules within a given pathMatcher, priority determines the order in which a load balancer interprets routeRules. RouteRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. The priority of a rule decreases as its number increases (1, 2, 3, N+1). The first rule that matches the request is applied. You cannot configure two or more routeRules with the same priority. Priority for each rule must be set to a number from 0 to 2147483647 inclusive. Priority numbers can have gaps, which enable you to add or remove rules in the future without affecting the rest of the rules. For example, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 12, 16 is a valid series of priority numbers to which you could add rules numbered from 6 to 8, 10 to 11, and 13 to 15 in the future without any impact on existing rules.

    routeAction HttpRouteActionResponse

    In response to a matching matchRule, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a route rule's routeAction.

    service String

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    urlRedirect HttpRedirectActionResponse

    When this rule is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    customErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the RouteRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with routeRules.routeAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the customErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the customErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    description string

    The short description conveying the intent of this routeRule. The description can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    headerAction HttpHeaderActionResponse

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction value specified here is applied before the matching pathMatchers[].headerAction and after pathMatchers[].routeRules[].routeAction.weightedBackendService.backendServiceWeightAction[].headerAction HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    httpFilterConfigs HttpFilterConfigResponse[]

    Outbound route specific configuration for networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterConfigs only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    httpFilterMetadata HttpFilterConfigResponse[]

    Outbound route specific metadata supplied to networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterMetadata only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. The only configTypeUrl supported is type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    matchRules HttpRouteRuleMatchResponse[]

    The list of criteria for matching attributes of a request to this routeRule. This list has OR semantics: the request matches this routeRule when any of the matchRules are satisfied. However predicates within a given matchRule have AND semantics. All predicates within a matchRule must match for the request to match the rule.

    priority number

    For routeRules within a given pathMatcher, priority determines the order in which a load balancer interprets routeRules. RouteRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. The priority of a rule decreases as its number increases (1, 2, 3, N+1). The first rule that matches the request is applied. You cannot configure two or more routeRules with the same priority. Priority for each rule must be set to a number from 0 to 2147483647 inclusive. Priority numbers can have gaps, which enable you to add or remove rules in the future without affecting the rest of the rules. For example, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 12, 16 is a valid series of priority numbers to which you could add rules numbered from 6 to 8, 10 to 11, and 13 to 15 in the future without any impact on existing rules.

    routeAction HttpRouteActionResponse

    In response to a matching matchRule, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a route rule's routeAction.

    service string

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    urlRedirect HttpRedirectActionResponse

    When this rule is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    custom_error_response_policy CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the RouteRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with routeRules.routeAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the customErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the customErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    description str

    The short description conveying the intent of this routeRule. The description can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    header_action HttpHeaderActionResponse

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction value specified here is applied before the matching pathMatchers[].headerAction and after pathMatchers[].routeRules[].routeAction.weightedBackendService.backendServiceWeightAction[].headerAction HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    http_filter_configs Sequence[HttpFilterConfigResponse]

    Outbound route specific configuration for networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterConfigs only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    http_filter_metadata Sequence[HttpFilterConfigResponse]

    Outbound route specific metadata supplied to networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterMetadata only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. The only configTypeUrl supported is type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    match_rules Sequence[HttpRouteRuleMatchResponse]

    The list of criteria for matching attributes of a request to this routeRule. This list has OR semantics: the request matches this routeRule when any of the matchRules are satisfied. However predicates within a given matchRule have AND semantics. All predicates within a matchRule must match for the request to match the rule.

    priority int

    For routeRules within a given pathMatcher, priority determines the order in which a load balancer interprets routeRules. RouteRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. The priority of a rule decreases as its number increases (1, 2, 3, N+1). The first rule that matches the request is applied. You cannot configure two or more routeRules with the same priority. Priority for each rule must be set to a number from 0 to 2147483647 inclusive. Priority numbers can have gaps, which enable you to add or remove rules in the future without affecting the rest of the rules. For example, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 12, 16 is a valid series of priority numbers to which you could add rules numbered from 6 to 8, 10 to 11, and 13 to 15 in the future without any impact on existing rules.

    route_action HttpRouteActionResponse

    In response to a matching matchRule, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a route rule's routeAction.

    service str

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    url_redirect HttpRedirectActionResponse

    When this rule is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    customErrorResponsePolicy Property Map

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the RouteRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with routeRules.routeAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the customErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the customErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    description String

    The short description conveying the intent of this routeRule. The description can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    headerAction Property Map

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backendService. The headerAction value specified here is applied before the matching pathMatchers[].headerAction and after pathMatchers[].routeRules[].routeAction.weightedBackendService.backendServiceWeightAction[].headerAction HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    httpFilterConfigs List<Property Map>

    Outbound route specific configuration for networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterConfigs only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    httpFilterMetadata List<Property Map>

    Outbound route specific metadata supplied to networkservices.HttpFilter resources enabled by Traffic Director. httpFilterMetadata only applies for load balancers with loadBalancingScheme set to INTERNAL_SELF_MANAGED. See ForwardingRule for more details. The only configTypeUrl supported is type.googleapis.com/google.protobuf.Struct Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    matchRules List<Property Map>

    The list of criteria for matching attributes of a request to this routeRule. This list has OR semantics: the request matches this routeRule when any of the matchRules are satisfied. However predicates within a given matchRule have AND semantics. All predicates within a matchRule must match for the request to match the rule.

    priority Number

    For routeRules within a given pathMatcher, priority determines the order in which a load balancer interprets routeRules. RouteRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. The priority of a rule decreases as its number increases (1, 2, 3, N+1). The first rule that matches the request is applied. You cannot configure two or more routeRules with the same priority. Priority for each rule must be set to a number from 0 to 2147483647 inclusive. Priority numbers can have gaps, which enable you to add or remove rules in the future without affecting the rest of the rules. For example, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 12, 16 is a valid series of priority numbers to which you could add rules numbered from 6 to 8, 10 to 11, and 13 to 15 in the future without any impact on existing rules.

    routeAction Property Map

    In response to a matching matchRule, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a route rule's routeAction.

    service String

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    urlRedirect Property Map

    When this rule is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    Int64RangeMatch, Int64RangeMatchArgs

    RangeEnd string

    The end of the range (exclusive) in signed long integer format.

    RangeStart string

    The start of the range (inclusive) in signed long integer format.

    RangeEnd string

    The end of the range (exclusive) in signed long integer format.

    RangeStart string

    The start of the range (inclusive) in signed long integer format.

    rangeEnd String

    The end of the range (exclusive) in signed long integer format.

    rangeStart String

    The start of the range (inclusive) in signed long integer format.

    rangeEnd string

    The end of the range (exclusive) in signed long integer format.

    rangeStart string

    The start of the range (inclusive) in signed long integer format.

    range_end str

    The end of the range (exclusive) in signed long integer format.

    range_start str

    The start of the range (inclusive) in signed long integer format.

    rangeEnd String

    The end of the range (exclusive) in signed long integer format.

    rangeStart String

    The start of the range (inclusive) in signed long integer format.

    Int64RangeMatchResponse, Int64RangeMatchResponseArgs

    RangeEnd string

    The end of the range (exclusive) in signed long integer format.

    RangeStart string

    The start of the range (inclusive) in signed long integer format.

    RangeEnd string

    The end of the range (exclusive) in signed long integer format.

    RangeStart string

    The start of the range (inclusive) in signed long integer format.

    rangeEnd String

    The end of the range (exclusive) in signed long integer format.

    rangeStart String

    The start of the range (inclusive) in signed long integer format.

    rangeEnd string

    The end of the range (exclusive) in signed long integer format.

    rangeStart string

    The start of the range (inclusive) in signed long integer format.

    range_end str

    The end of the range (exclusive) in signed long integer format.

    range_start str

    The start of the range (inclusive) in signed long integer format.

    rangeEnd String

    The end of the range (exclusive) in signed long integer format.

    rangeStart String

    The start of the range (inclusive) in signed long integer format.

    MetadataFilter, MetadataFilterArgs

    FilterLabels List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.MetadataFilterLabelMatch>

    The list of label value pairs that must match labels in the provided metadata based on filterMatchCriteria This list must not be empty and can have at the most 64 entries.

    FilterMatchCriteria Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.MetadataFilterFilterMatchCriteria

    Specifies how individual filter label matches within the list of filterLabels and contributes toward the overall metadataFilter match. Supported values are: - MATCH_ANY: at least one of the filterLabels must have a matching label in the provided metadata. - MATCH_ALL: all filterLabels must have matching labels in the provided metadata.

    FilterLabels []MetadataFilterLabelMatch

    The list of label value pairs that must match labels in the provided metadata based on filterMatchCriteria This list must not be empty and can have at the most 64 entries.

    FilterMatchCriteria MetadataFilterFilterMatchCriteria

    Specifies how individual filter label matches within the list of filterLabels and contributes toward the overall metadataFilter match. Supported values are: - MATCH_ANY: at least one of the filterLabels must have a matching label in the provided metadata. - MATCH_ALL: all filterLabels must have matching labels in the provided metadata.

    filterLabels List<MetadataFilterLabelMatch>

    The list of label value pairs that must match labels in the provided metadata based on filterMatchCriteria This list must not be empty and can have at the most 64 entries.

    filterMatchCriteria MetadataFilterFilterMatchCriteria

    Specifies how individual filter label matches within the list of filterLabels and contributes toward the overall metadataFilter match. Supported values are: - MATCH_ANY: at least one of the filterLabels must have a matching label in the provided metadata. - MATCH_ALL: all filterLabels must have matching labels in the provided metadata.

    filterLabels MetadataFilterLabelMatch[]

    The list of label value pairs that must match labels in the provided metadata based on filterMatchCriteria This list must not be empty and can have at the most 64 entries.

    filterMatchCriteria MetadataFilterFilterMatchCriteria

    Specifies how individual filter label matches within the list of filterLabels and contributes toward the overall metadataFilter match. Supported values are: - MATCH_ANY: at least one of the filterLabels must have a matching label in the provided metadata. - MATCH_ALL: all filterLabels must have matching labels in the provided metadata.

    filter_labels Sequence[MetadataFilterLabelMatch]

    The list of label value pairs that must match labels in the provided metadata based on filterMatchCriteria This list must not be empty and can have at the most 64 entries.

    filter_match_criteria MetadataFilterFilterMatchCriteria

    Specifies how individual filter label matches within the list of filterLabels and contributes toward the overall metadataFilter match. Supported values are: - MATCH_ANY: at least one of the filterLabels must have a matching label in the provided metadata. - MATCH_ALL: all filterLabels must have matching labels in the provided metadata.

    filterLabels List<Property Map>

    The list of label value pairs that must match labels in the provided metadata based on filterMatchCriteria This list must not be empty and can have at the most 64 entries.

    filterMatchCriteria "MATCH_ALL" | "MATCH_ANY" | "NOT_SET"

    Specifies how individual filter label matches within the list of filterLabels and contributes toward the overall metadataFilter match. Supported values are: - MATCH_ANY: at least one of the filterLabels must have a matching label in the provided metadata. - MATCH_ALL: all filterLabels must have matching labels in the provided metadata.

    MetadataFilterFilterMatchCriteria, MetadataFilterFilterMatchCriteriaArgs

    MatchAll
    MATCH_ALL

    Specifies that all filterLabels must match for the metadataFilter to be considered a match.

    MatchAny
    MATCH_ANY

    Specifies that any filterLabel must match for the metadataFilter to be considered a match.

    NotSet
    NOT_SET

    Indicates that the match criteria was not set. A metadataFilter must never be created with this value.

    MetadataFilterFilterMatchCriteriaMatchAll
    MATCH_ALL

    Specifies that all filterLabels must match for the metadataFilter to be considered a match.

    MetadataFilterFilterMatchCriteriaMatchAny
    MATCH_ANY

    Specifies that any filterLabel must match for the metadataFilter to be considered a match.

    MetadataFilterFilterMatchCriteriaNotSet
    NOT_SET

    Indicates that the match criteria was not set. A metadataFilter must never be created with this value.

    MatchAll
    MATCH_ALL

    Specifies that all filterLabels must match for the metadataFilter to be considered a match.

    MatchAny
    MATCH_ANY

    Specifies that any filterLabel must match for the metadataFilter to be considered a match.

    NotSet
    NOT_SET

    Indicates that the match criteria was not set. A metadataFilter must never be created with this value.

    MatchAll
    MATCH_ALL

    Specifies that all filterLabels must match for the metadataFilter to be considered a match.

    MatchAny
    MATCH_ANY

    Specifies that any filterLabel must match for the metadataFilter to be considered a match.

    NotSet
    NOT_SET

    Indicates that the match criteria was not set. A metadataFilter must never be created with this value.

    MATCH_ALL
    MATCH_ALL

    Specifies that all filterLabels must match for the metadataFilter to be considered a match.

    MATCH_ANY
    MATCH_ANY

    Specifies that any filterLabel must match for the metadataFilter to be considered a match.

    NOT_SET
    NOT_SET

    Indicates that the match criteria was not set. A metadataFilter must never be created with this value.

    "MATCH_ALL"
    MATCH_ALL

    Specifies that all filterLabels must match for the metadataFilter to be considered a match.

    "MATCH_ANY"
    MATCH_ANY

    Specifies that any filterLabel must match for the metadataFilter to be considered a match.

    "NOT_SET"
    NOT_SET

    Indicates that the match criteria was not set. A metadataFilter must never be created with this value.

    MetadataFilterLabelMatch, MetadataFilterLabelMatchArgs

    Name string

    Name of metadata label. The name can have a maximum length of 1024 characters and must be at least 1 character long.

    Value string

    The value of the label must match the specified value. value can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    Name string

    Name of metadata label. The name can have a maximum length of 1024 characters and must be at least 1 character long.

    Value string

    The value of the label must match the specified value. value can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    name String

    Name of metadata label. The name can have a maximum length of 1024 characters and must be at least 1 character long.

    value String

    The value of the label must match the specified value. value can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    name string

    Name of metadata label. The name can have a maximum length of 1024 characters and must be at least 1 character long.

    value string

    The value of the label must match the specified value. value can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    name str

    Name of metadata label. The name can have a maximum length of 1024 characters and must be at least 1 character long.

    value str

    The value of the label must match the specified value. value can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    name String

    Name of metadata label. The name can have a maximum length of 1024 characters and must be at least 1 character long.

    value String

    The value of the label must match the specified value. value can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    MetadataFilterLabelMatchResponse, MetadataFilterLabelMatchResponseArgs

    Name string

    Name of metadata label. The name can have a maximum length of 1024 characters and must be at least 1 character long.

    Value string

    The value of the label must match the specified value. value can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    Name string

    Name of metadata label. The name can have a maximum length of 1024 characters and must be at least 1 character long.

    Value string

    The value of the label must match the specified value. value can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    name String

    Name of metadata label. The name can have a maximum length of 1024 characters and must be at least 1 character long.

    value String

    The value of the label must match the specified value. value can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    name string

    Name of metadata label. The name can have a maximum length of 1024 characters and must be at least 1 character long.

    value string

    The value of the label must match the specified value. value can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    name str

    Name of metadata label. The name can have a maximum length of 1024 characters and must be at least 1 character long.

    value str

    The value of the label must match the specified value. value can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    name String

    Name of metadata label. The name can have a maximum length of 1024 characters and must be at least 1 character long.

    value String

    The value of the label must match the specified value. value can have a maximum length of 1024 characters.

    MetadataFilterResponse, MetadataFilterResponseArgs

    FilterLabels List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.MetadataFilterLabelMatchResponse>

    The list of label value pairs that must match labels in the provided metadata based on filterMatchCriteria This list must not be empty and can have at the most 64 entries.

    FilterMatchCriteria string

    Specifies how individual filter label matches within the list of filterLabels and contributes toward the overall metadataFilter match. Supported values are: - MATCH_ANY: at least one of the filterLabels must have a matching label in the provided metadata. - MATCH_ALL: all filterLabels must have matching labels in the provided metadata.

    FilterLabels []MetadataFilterLabelMatchResponse

    The list of label value pairs that must match labels in the provided metadata based on filterMatchCriteria This list must not be empty and can have at the most 64 entries.

    FilterMatchCriteria string

    Specifies how individual filter label matches within the list of filterLabels and contributes toward the overall metadataFilter match. Supported values are: - MATCH_ANY: at least one of the filterLabels must have a matching label in the provided metadata. - MATCH_ALL: all filterLabels must have matching labels in the provided metadata.

    filterLabels List<MetadataFilterLabelMatchResponse>

    The list of label value pairs that must match labels in the provided metadata based on filterMatchCriteria This list must not be empty and can have at the most 64 entries.

    filterMatchCriteria String

    Specifies how individual filter label matches within the list of filterLabels and contributes toward the overall metadataFilter match. Supported values are: - MATCH_ANY: at least one of the filterLabels must have a matching label in the provided metadata. - MATCH_ALL: all filterLabels must have matching labels in the provided metadata.

    filterLabels MetadataFilterLabelMatchResponse[]

    The list of label value pairs that must match labels in the provided metadata based on filterMatchCriteria This list must not be empty and can have at the most 64 entries.

    filterMatchCriteria string

    Specifies how individual filter label matches within the list of filterLabels and contributes toward the overall metadataFilter match. Supported values are: - MATCH_ANY: at least one of the filterLabels must have a matching label in the provided metadata. - MATCH_ALL: all filterLabels must have matching labels in the provided metadata.

    filter_labels Sequence[MetadataFilterLabelMatchResponse]

    The list of label value pairs that must match labels in the provided metadata based on filterMatchCriteria This list must not be empty and can have at the most 64 entries.

    filter_match_criteria str

    Specifies how individual filter label matches within the list of filterLabels and contributes toward the overall metadataFilter match. Supported values are: - MATCH_ANY: at least one of the filterLabels must have a matching label in the provided metadata. - MATCH_ALL: all filterLabels must have matching labels in the provided metadata.

    filterLabels List<Property Map>

    The list of label value pairs that must match labels in the provided metadata based on filterMatchCriteria This list must not be empty and can have at the most 64 entries.

    filterMatchCriteria String

    Specifies how individual filter label matches within the list of filterLabels and contributes toward the overall metadataFilter match. Supported values are: - MATCH_ANY: at least one of the filterLabels must have a matching label in the provided metadata. - MATCH_ALL: all filterLabels must have matching labels in the provided metadata.

    PathMatcher, PathMatcherArgs

    DefaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the PathMatcher level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like RouteRule and PathRule within this PathMatcher. If an error code does not have a policy defined in defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, then a policy defined for the error code in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with pathMatcher.defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    DefaultRouteAction Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRouteAction

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the pathRules or routeRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path matcher's defaultRouteAction.

    DefaultService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource. This URL is used if none of the pathRules or routeRules defined by this PathMatcher are matched. For example, the following are all valid URLs to a BackendService resource: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project /global/backendServices/backendService - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendServices/backendService - global/backendServices/backendService If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. Authorization requires one or more of the following Google IAM permissions on the specified resource default_service: - compute.backendBuckets.use - compute.backendServices.use

    DefaultUrlRedirect Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRedirectAction

    When none of the specified pathRules or routeRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    Description string

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    HeaderAction Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpHeaderAction

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backend service. HeaderAction specified here are applied after the matching HttpRouteRule HeaderAction and before the HeaderAction in the UrlMap HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    Name string

    The name to which this PathMatcher is referred by the HostRule.

    PathRules List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.PathRule>

    The list of path rules. Use this list instead of routeRules when routing based on simple path matching is all that's required. The order by which path rules are specified does not matter. Matches are always done on the longest-path-first basis. For example: a pathRule with a path /a/b/c/* will match before /a/b/* irrespective of the order in which those paths appear in this list. Within a given pathMatcher, only one of pathRules or routeRules must be set.

    RouteRules List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRouteRule>

    The list of HTTP route rules. Use this list instead of pathRules when advanced route matching and routing actions are desired. routeRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. Within a given pathMatcher, you can set only one of pathRules or routeRules.

    DefaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the PathMatcher level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like RouteRule and PathRule within this PathMatcher. If an error code does not have a policy defined in defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, then a policy defined for the error code in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with pathMatcher.defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    DefaultRouteAction HttpRouteAction

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the pathRules or routeRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path matcher's defaultRouteAction.

    DefaultService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource. This URL is used if none of the pathRules or routeRules defined by this PathMatcher are matched. For example, the following are all valid URLs to a BackendService resource: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project /global/backendServices/backendService - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendServices/backendService - global/backendServices/backendService If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. Authorization requires one or more of the following Google IAM permissions on the specified resource default_service: - compute.backendBuckets.use - compute.backendServices.use

    DefaultUrlRedirect HttpRedirectAction

    When none of the specified pathRules or routeRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    Description string

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    HeaderAction HttpHeaderAction

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backend service. HeaderAction specified here are applied after the matching HttpRouteRule HeaderAction and before the HeaderAction in the UrlMap HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    Name string

    The name to which this PathMatcher is referred by the HostRule.

    PathRules []PathRule

    The list of path rules. Use this list instead of routeRules when routing based on simple path matching is all that's required. The order by which path rules are specified does not matter. Matches are always done on the longest-path-first basis. For example: a pathRule with a path /a/b/c/* will match before /a/b/* irrespective of the order in which those paths appear in this list. Within a given pathMatcher, only one of pathRules or routeRules must be set.

    RouteRules []HttpRouteRule

    The list of HTTP route rules. Use this list instead of pathRules when advanced route matching and routing actions are desired. routeRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. Within a given pathMatcher, you can set only one of pathRules or routeRules.

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the PathMatcher level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like RouteRule and PathRule within this PathMatcher. If an error code does not have a policy defined in defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, then a policy defined for the error code in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with pathMatcher.defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    defaultRouteAction HttpRouteAction

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the pathRules or routeRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path matcher's defaultRouteAction.

    defaultService String

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource. This URL is used if none of the pathRules or routeRules defined by this PathMatcher are matched. For example, the following are all valid URLs to a BackendService resource: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project /global/backendServices/backendService - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendServices/backendService - global/backendServices/backendService If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. Authorization requires one or more of the following Google IAM permissions on the specified resource default_service: - compute.backendBuckets.use - compute.backendServices.use

    defaultUrlRedirect HttpRedirectAction

    When none of the specified pathRules or routeRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    description String

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    headerAction HttpHeaderAction

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backend service. HeaderAction specified here are applied after the matching HttpRouteRule HeaderAction and before the HeaderAction in the UrlMap HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    name String

    The name to which this PathMatcher is referred by the HostRule.

    pathRules List<PathRule>

    The list of path rules. Use this list instead of routeRules when routing based on simple path matching is all that's required. The order by which path rules are specified does not matter. Matches are always done on the longest-path-first basis. For example: a pathRule with a path /a/b/c/* will match before /a/b/* irrespective of the order in which those paths appear in this list. Within a given pathMatcher, only one of pathRules or routeRules must be set.

    routeRules List<HttpRouteRule>

    The list of HTTP route rules. Use this list instead of pathRules when advanced route matching and routing actions are desired. routeRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. Within a given pathMatcher, you can set only one of pathRules or routeRules.

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the PathMatcher level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like RouteRule and PathRule within this PathMatcher. If an error code does not have a policy defined in defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, then a policy defined for the error code in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with pathMatcher.defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    defaultRouteAction HttpRouteAction

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the pathRules or routeRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path matcher's defaultRouteAction.

    defaultService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource. This URL is used if none of the pathRules or routeRules defined by this PathMatcher are matched. For example, the following are all valid URLs to a BackendService resource: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project /global/backendServices/backendService - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendServices/backendService - global/backendServices/backendService If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. Authorization requires one or more of the following Google IAM permissions on the specified resource default_service: - compute.backendBuckets.use - compute.backendServices.use

    defaultUrlRedirect HttpRedirectAction

    When none of the specified pathRules or routeRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    description string

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    headerAction HttpHeaderAction

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backend service. HeaderAction specified here are applied after the matching HttpRouteRule HeaderAction and before the HeaderAction in the UrlMap HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    name string

    The name to which this PathMatcher is referred by the HostRule.

    pathRules PathRule[]

    The list of path rules. Use this list instead of routeRules when routing based on simple path matching is all that's required. The order by which path rules are specified does not matter. Matches are always done on the longest-path-first basis. For example: a pathRule with a path /a/b/c/* will match before /a/b/* irrespective of the order in which those paths appear in this list. Within a given pathMatcher, only one of pathRules or routeRules must be set.

    routeRules HttpRouteRule[]

    The list of HTTP route rules. Use this list instead of pathRules when advanced route matching and routing actions are desired. routeRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. Within a given pathMatcher, you can set only one of pathRules or routeRules.

    default_custom_error_response_policy CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the PathMatcher level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like RouteRule and PathRule within this PathMatcher. If an error code does not have a policy defined in defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, then a policy defined for the error code in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with pathMatcher.defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    default_route_action HttpRouteAction

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the pathRules or routeRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path matcher's defaultRouteAction.

    default_service str

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource. This URL is used if none of the pathRules or routeRules defined by this PathMatcher are matched. For example, the following are all valid URLs to a BackendService resource: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project /global/backendServices/backendService - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendServices/backendService - global/backendServices/backendService If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. Authorization requires one or more of the following Google IAM permissions on the specified resource default_service: - compute.backendBuckets.use - compute.backendServices.use

    default_url_redirect HttpRedirectAction

    When none of the specified pathRules or routeRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    description str

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    header_action HttpHeaderAction

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backend service. HeaderAction specified here are applied after the matching HttpRouteRule HeaderAction and before the HeaderAction in the UrlMap HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    name str

    The name to which this PathMatcher is referred by the HostRule.

    path_rules Sequence[PathRule]

    The list of path rules. Use this list instead of routeRules when routing based on simple path matching is all that's required. The order by which path rules are specified does not matter. Matches are always done on the longest-path-first basis. For example: a pathRule with a path /a/b/c/* will match before /a/b/* irrespective of the order in which those paths appear in this list. Within a given pathMatcher, only one of pathRules or routeRules must be set.

    route_rules Sequence[HttpRouteRule]

    The list of HTTP route rules. Use this list instead of pathRules when advanced route matching and routing actions are desired. routeRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. Within a given pathMatcher, you can set only one of pathRules or routeRules.

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy Property Map

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the PathMatcher level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like RouteRule and PathRule within this PathMatcher. If an error code does not have a policy defined in defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, then a policy defined for the error code in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with pathMatcher.defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    defaultRouteAction Property Map

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the pathRules or routeRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path matcher's defaultRouteAction.

    defaultService String

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource. This URL is used if none of the pathRules or routeRules defined by this PathMatcher are matched. For example, the following are all valid URLs to a BackendService resource: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project /global/backendServices/backendService - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendServices/backendService - global/backendServices/backendService If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. Authorization requires one or more of the following Google IAM permissions on the specified resource default_service: - compute.backendBuckets.use - compute.backendServices.use

    defaultUrlRedirect Property Map

    When none of the specified pathRules or routeRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    description String

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    headerAction Property Map

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backend service. HeaderAction specified here are applied after the matching HttpRouteRule HeaderAction and before the HeaderAction in the UrlMap HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    name String

    The name to which this PathMatcher is referred by the HostRule.

    pathRules List<Property Map>

    The list of path rules. Use this list instead of routeRules when routing based on simple path matching is all that's required. The order by which path rules are specified does not matter. Matches are always done on the longest-path-first basis. For example: a pathRule with a path /a/b/c/* will match before /a/b/* irrespective of the order in which those paths appear in this list. Within a given pathMatcher, only one of pathRules or routeRules must be set.

    routeRules List<Property Map>

    The list of HTTP route rules. Use this list instead of pathRules when advanced route matching and routing actions are desired. routeRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. Within a given pathMatcher, you can set only one of pathRules or routeRules.

    PathMatcherResponse, PathMatcherResponseArgs

    DefaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the PathMatcher level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like RouteRule and PathRule within this PathMatcher. If an error code does not have a policy defined in defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, then a policy defined for the error code in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with pathMatcher.defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    DefaultRouteAction Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRouteActionResponse

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the pathRules or routeRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path matcher's defaultRouteAction.

    DefaultService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource. This URL is used if none of the pathRules or routeRules defined by this PathMatcher are matched. For example, the following are all valid URLs to a BackendService resource: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project /global/backendServices/backendService - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendServices/backendService - global/backendServices/backendService If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. Authorization requires one or more of the following Google IAM permissions on the specified resource default_service: - compute.backendBuckets.use - compute.backendServices.use

    DefaultUrlRedirect Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRedirectActionResponse

    When none of the specified pathRules or routeRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    Description string

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    HeaderAction Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpHeaderActionResponse

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backend service. HeaderAction specified here are applied after the matching HttpRouteRule HeaderAction and before the HeaderAction in the UrlMap HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    Name string

    The name to which this PathMatcher is referred by the HostRule.

    PathRules List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.PathRuleResponse>

    The list of path rules. Use this list instead of routeRules when routing based on simple path matching is all that's required. The order by which path rules are specified does not matter. Matches are always done on the longest-path-first basis. For example: a pathRule with a path /a/b/c/* will match before /a/b/* irrespective of the order in which those paths appear in this list. Within a given pathMatcher, only one of pathRules or routeRules must be set.

    RouteRules List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRouteRuleResponse>

    The list of HTTP route rules. Use this list instead of pathRules when advanced route matching and routing actions are desired. routeRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. Within a given pathMatcher, you can set only one of pathRules or routeRules.

    DefaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the PathMatcher level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like RouteRule and PathRule within this PathMatcher. If an error code does not have a policy defined in defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, then a policy defined for the error code in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with pathMatcher.defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    DefaultRouteAction HttpRouteActionResponse

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the pathRules or routeRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path matcher's defaultRouteAction.

    DefaultService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource. This URL is used if none of the pathRules or routeRules defined by this PathMatcher are matched. For example, the following are all valid URLs to a BackendService resource: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project /global/backendServices/backendService - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendServices/backendService - global/backendServices/backendService If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. Authorization requires one or more of the following Google IAM permissions on the specified resource default_service: - compute.backendBuckets.use - compute.backendServices.use

    DefaultUrlRedirect HttpRedirectActionResponse

    When none of the specified pathRules or routeRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    Description string

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    HeaderAction HttpHeaderActionResponse

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backend service. HeaderAction specified here are applied after the matching HttpRouteRule HeaderAction and before the HeaderAction in the UrlMap HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    Name string

    The name to which this PathMatcher is referred by the HostRule.

    PathRules []PathRuleResponse

    The list of path rules. Use this list instead of routeRules when routing based on simple path matching is all that's required. The order by which path rules are specified does not matter. Matches are always done on the longest-path-first basis. For example: a pathRule with a path /a/b/c/* will match before /a/b/* irrespective of the order in which those paths appear in this list. Within a given pathMatcher, only one of pathRules or routeRules must be set.

    RouteRules []HttpRouteRuleResponse

    The list of HTTP route rules. Use this list instead of pathRules when advanced route matching and routing actions are desired. routeRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. Within a given pathMatcher, you can set only one of pathRules or routeRules.

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the PathMatcher level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like RouteRule and PathRule within this PathMatcher. If an error code does not have a policy defined in defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, then a policy defined for the error code in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with pathMatcher.defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    defaultRouteAction HttpRouteActionResponse

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the pathRules or routeRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path matcher's defaultRouteAction.

    defaultService String

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource. This URL is used if none of the pathRules or routeRules defined by this PathMatcher are matched. For example, the following are all valid URLs to a BackendService resource: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project /global/backendServices/backendService - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendServices/backendService - global/backendServices/backendService If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. Authorization requires one or more of the following Google IAM permissions on the specified resource default_service: - compute.backendBuckets.use - compute.backendServices.use

    defaultUrlRedirect HttpRedirectActionResponse

    When none of the specified pathRules or routeRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    description String

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    headerAction HttpHeaderActionResponse

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backend service. HeaderAction specified here are applied after the matching HttpRouteRule HeaderAction and before the HeaderAction in the UrlMap HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    name String

    The name to which this PathMatcher is referred by the HostRule.

    pathRules List<PathRuleResponse>

    The list of path rules. Use this list instead of routeRules when routing based on simple path matching is all that's required. The order by which path rules are specified does not matter. Matches are always done on the longest-path-first basis. For example: a pathRule with a path /a/b/c/* will match before /a/b/* irrespective of the order in which those paths appear in this list. Within a given pathMatcher, only one of pathRules or routeRules must be set.

    routeRules List<HttpRouteRuleResponse>

    The list of HTTP route rules. Use this list instead of pathRules when advanced route matching and routing actions are desired. routeRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. Within a given pathMatcher, you can set only one of pathRules or routeRules.

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the PathMatcher level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like RouteRule and PathRule within this PathMatcher. If an error code does not have a policy defined in defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, then a policy defined for the error code in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with pathMatcher.defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    defaultRouteAction HttpRouteActionResponse

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the pathRules or routeRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path matcher's defaultRouteAction.

    defaultService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource. This URL is used if none of the pathRules or routeRules defined by this PathMatcher are matched. For example, the following are all valid URLs to a BackendService resource: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project /global/backendServices/backendService - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendServices/backendService - global/backendServices/backendService If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. Authorization requires one or more of the following Google IAM permissions on the specified resource default_service: - compute.backendBuckets.use - compute.backendServices.use

    defaultUrlRedirect HttpRedirectActionResponse

    When none of the specified pathRules or routeRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    description string

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    headerAction HttpHeaderActionResponse

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backend service. HeaderAction specified here are applied after the matching HttpRouteRule HeaderAction and before the HeaderAction in the UrlMap HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    name string

    The name to which this PathMatcher is referred by the HostRule.

    pathRules PathRuleResponse[]

    The list of path rules. Use this list instead of routeRules when routing based on simple path matching is all that's required. The order by which path rules are specified does not matter. Matches are always done on the longest-path-first basis. For example: a pathRule with a path /a/b/c/* will match before /a/b/* irrespective of the order in which those paths appear in this list. Within a given pathMatcher, only one of pathRules or routeRules must be set.

    routeRules HttpRouteRuleResponse[]

    The list of HTTP route rules. Use this list instead of pathRules when advanced route matching and routing actions are desired. routeRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. Within a given pathMatcher, you can set only one of pathRules or routeRules.

    default_custom_error_response_policy CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the PathMatcher level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like RouteRule and PathRule within this PathMatcher. If an error code does not have a policy defined in defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, then a policy defined for the error code in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with pathMatcher.defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    default_route_action HttpRouteActionResponse

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the pathRules or routeRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path matcher's defaultRouteAction.

    default_service str

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource. This URL is used if none of the pathRules or routeRules defined by this PathMatcher are matched. For example, the following are all valid URLs to a BackendService resource: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project /global/backendServices/backendService - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendServices/backendService - global/backendServices/backendService If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. Authorization requires one or more of the following Google IAM permissions on the specified resource default_service: - compute.backendBuckets.use - compute.backendServices.use

    default_url_redirect HttpRedirectActionResponse

    When none of the specified pathRules or routeRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    description str

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    header_action HttpHeaderActionResponse

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backend service. HeaderAction specified here are applied after the matching HttpRouteRule HeaderAction and before the HeaderAction in the UrlMap HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    name str

    The name to which this PathMatcher is referred by the HostRule.

    path_rules Sequence[PathRuleResponse]

    The list of path rules. Use this list instead of routeRules when routing based on simple path matching is all that's required. The order by which path rules are specified does not matter. Matches are always done on the longest-path-first basis. For example: a pathRule with a path /a/b/c/* will match before /a/b/* irrespective of the order in which those paths appear in this list. Within a given pathMatcher, only one of pathRules or routeRules must be set.

    route_rules Sequence[HttpRouteRuleResponse]

    The list of HTTP route rules. Use this list instead of pathRules when advanced route matching and routing actions are desired. routeRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. Within a given pathMatcher, you can set only one of pathRules or routeRules.

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy Property Map

    defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. This policy takes effect at the PathMatcher level and applies only when no policy has been defined for the error code at lower levels like RouteRule and PathRule within this PathMatcher. If an error code does not have a policy defined in defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, then a policy defined for the error code in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A RouteRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in RouteRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. When used in conjunction with pathMatcher.defaultRouteAction.retryPolicy, retries take precedence. Only once all retries are exhausted, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. While attempting a retry, if load balancer is successful in reaching the service, the defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is ignored and the response from the service is returned to the client. defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    defaultRouteAction Property Map

    defaultRouteAction takes effect when none of the pathRules or routeRules match. The load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be set. Conversely if defaultService is set, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of defaultRouteAction or defaultUrlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path matcher's defaultRouteAction.

    defaultService String

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource. This URL is used if none of the pathRules or routeRules defined by this PathMatcher are matched. For example, the following are all valid URLs to a BackendService resource: - https://www.googleapis.com/compute/v1/projects/project /global/backendServices/backendService - compute/v1/projects/project/global/backendServices/backendService - global/backendServices/backendService If defaultRouteAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if defaultService is specified, defaultRouteAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if defaultRouteAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, defaultService must not be specified. Only one of defaultService, defaultUrlRedirect , or defaultRouteAction.weightedBackendService must be set. Authorization requires one or more of the following Google IAM permissions on the specified resource default_service: - compute.backendBuckets.use - compute.backendServices.use

    defaultUrlRedirect Property Map

    When none of the specified pathRules or routeRules match, the request is redirected to a URL specified by defaultUrlRedirect. If defaultUrlRedirect is specified, defaultService or defaultRouteAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    description String

    An optional description of this resource. Provide this property when you create the resource.

    headerAction Property Map

    Specifies changes to request and response headers that need to take effect for the selected backend service. HeaderAction specified here are applied after the matching HttpRouteRule HeaderAction and before the HeaderAction in the UrlMap HeaderAction is not supported for load balancers that have their loadBalancingScheme set to EXTERNAL. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy that has validateForProxyless field set to true.

    name String

    The name to which this PathMatcher is referred by the HostRule.

    pathRules List<Property Map>

    The list of path rules. Use this list instead of routeRules when routing based on simple path matching is all that's required. The order by which path rules are specified does not matter. Matches are always done on the longest-path-first basis. For example: a pathRule with a path /a/b/c/* will match before /a/b/* irrespective of the order in which those paths appear in this list. Within a given pathMatcher, only one of pathRules or routeRules must be set.

    routeRules List<Property Map>

    The list of HTTP route rules. Use this list instead of pathRules when advanced route matching and routing actions are desired. routeRules are evaluated in order of priority, from the lowest to highest number. Within a given pathMatcher, you can set only one of pathRules or routeRules.

    PathRule, PathRuleArgs

    CustomErrorResponsePolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the PathRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in PathRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    Paths List<string>

    The list of path patterns to match. Each must start with / and the only place a * is allowed is at the end following a /. The string fed to the path matcher does not include any text after the first ? or #, and those chars are not allowed here.

    RouteAction Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRouteAction

    In response to a matching path, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of routeAction or urlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path rule's routeAction.

    Service string

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    UrlRedirect Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRedirectAction

    When a path pattern is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    CustomErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the PathRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in PathRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    Paths []string

    The list of path patterns to match. Each must start with / and the only place a * is allowed is at the end following a /. The string fed to the path matcher does not include any text after the first ? or #, and those chars are not allowed here.

    RouteAction HttpRouteAction

    In response to a matching path, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of routeAction or urlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path rule's routeAction.

    Service string

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    UrlRedirect HttpRedirectAction

    When a path pattern is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    customErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the PathRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in PathRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    paths List<String>

    The list of path patterns to match. Each must start with / and the only place a * is allowed is at the end following a /. The string fed to the path matcher does not include any text after the first ? or #, and those chars are not allowed here.

    routeAction HttpRouteAction

    In response to a matching path, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of routeAction or urlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path rule's routeAction.

    service String

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    urlRedirect HttpRedirectAction

    When a path pattern is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    customErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the PathRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in PathRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    paths string[]

    The list of path patterns to match. Each must start with / and the only place a * is allowed is at the end following a /. The string fed to the path matcher does not include any text after the first ? or #, and those chars are not allowed here.

    routeAction HttpRouteAction

    In response to a matching path, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of routeAction or urlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path rule's routeAction.

    service string

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    urlRedirect HttpRedirectAction

    When a path pattern is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    custom_error_response_policy CustomErrorResponsePolicy

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the PathRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in PathRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    paths Sequence[str]

    The list of path patterns to match. Each must start with / and the only place a * is allowed is at the end following a /. The string fed to the path matcher does not include any text after the first ? or #, and those chars are not allowed here.

    route_action HttpRouteAction

    In response to a matching path, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of routeAction or urlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path rule's routeAction.

    service str

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    url_redirect HttpRedirectAction

    When a path pattern is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    customErrorResponsePolicy Property Map

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the PathRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in PathRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    paths List<String>

    The list of path patterns to match. Each must start with / and the only place a * is allowed is at the end following a /. The string fed to the path matcher does not include any text after the first ? or #, and those chars are not allowed here.

    routeAction Property Map

    In response to a matching path, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of routeAction or urlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path rule's routeAction.

    service String

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    urlRedirect Property Map

    When a path pattern is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    PathRuleResponse, PathRuleResponseArgs

    CustomErrorResponsePolicy Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the PathRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in PathRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    Paths List<string>

    The list of path patterns to match. Each must start with / and the only place a * is allowed is at the end following a /. The string fed to the path matcher does not include any text after the first ? or #, and those chars are not allowed here.

    RouteAction Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRouteActionResponse

    In response to a matching path, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of routeAction or urlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path rule's routeAction.

    Service string

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    UrlRedirect Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.HttpRedirectActionResponse

    When a path pattern is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    CustomErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the PathRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in PathRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    Paths []string

    The list of path patterns to match. Each must start with / and the only place a * is allowed is at the end following a /. The string fed to the path matcher does not include any text after the first ? or #, and those chars are not allowed here.

    RouteAction HttpRouteActionResponse

    In response to a matching path, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of routeAction or urlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path rule's routeAction.

    Service string

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    UrlRedirect HttpRedirectActionResponse

    When a path pattern is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    customErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the PathRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in PathRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    paths List<String>

    The list of path patterns to match. Each must start with / and the only place a * is allowed is at the end following a /. The string fed to the path matcher does not include any text after the first ? or #, and those chars are not allowed here.

    routeAction HttpRouteActionResponse

    In response to a matching path, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of routeAction or urlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path rule's routeAction.

    service String

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    urlRedirect HttpRedirectActionResponse

    When a path pattern is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    customErrorResponsePolicy CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the PathRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in PathRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    paths string[]

    The list of path patterns to match. Each must start with / and the only place a * is allowed is at the end following a /. The string fed to the path matcher does not include any text after the first ? or #, and those chars are not allowed here.

    routeAction HttpRouteActionResponse

    In response to a matching path, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of routeAction or urlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path rule's routeAction.

    service string

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    urlRedirect HttpRedirectActionResponse

    When a path pattern is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    custom_error_response_policy CustomErrorResponsePolicyResponse

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the PathRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in PathRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    paths Sequence[str]

    The list of path patterns to match. Each must start with / and the only place a * is allowed is at the end following a /. The string fed to the path matcher does not include any text after the first ? or #, and those chars are not allowed here.

    route_action HttpRouteActionResponse

    In response to a matching path, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of routeAction or urlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path rule's routeAction.

    service str

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    url_redirect HttpRedirectActionResponse

    When a path pattern is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    customErrorResponsePolicy Property Map

    customErrorResponsePolicy specifies how the Load Balancer returns error responses when BackendServiceor BackendBucket responds with an error. If a policy for an error code is not configured for the PathRule, a policy for the error code configured in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy is applied. If one is not specified in pathMatcher.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy, the policy configured in UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. For example, consider a UrlMap with the following configuration: - UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy are configured with policies for 5xx and 4xx errors - A PathRule for /coming_soon/ is configured for the error code 404. If the request is for www.myotherdomain.com and a 404 is encountered, the policy under UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If a 404 response is encountered for the request www.example.com/current_events/, the pathMatcher's policy takes effect. If however, the request for www.example.com/coming_soon/ encounters a 404, the policy in PathRule.customErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. If any of the requests in this example encounter a 500 error code, the policy at UrlMap.defaultCustomErrorResponsePolicy takes effect. customErrorResponsePolicy is supported only for Global External HTTP(S) load balancing.

    paths List<String>

    The list of path patterns to match. Each must start with / and the only place a * is allowed is at the end following a /. The string fed to the path matcher does not include any text after the first ? or #, and those chars are not allowed here.

    routeAction Property Map

    In response to a matching path, the load balancer performs advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites and header transformations, before forwarding the request to the selected backend. If routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be set. Conversely if service is set, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Only one of routeAction or urlRedirect must be set. URL maps for Classic external HTTP(S) load balancers only support the urlRewrite action within a path rule's routeAction.

    service String

    The full or partial URL of the backend service resource to which traffic is directed if this rule is matched. If routeAction is also specified, advanced routing actions, such as URL rewrites, take effect before sending the request to the backend. However, if service is specified, routeAction cannot contain any weightedBackendServices. Conversely, if routeAction specifies any weightedBackendServices, service must not be specified. Only one of urlRedirect, service or routeAction.weightedBackendService must be set.

    urlRedirect Property Map

    When a path pattern is matched, the request is redirected to a URL specified by urlRedirect. If urlRedirect is specified, service or routeAction must not be set. Not supported when the URL map is bound to a target gRPC proxy.

    RequestMirrorPolicy, RequestMirrorPolicyArgs

    BackendService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource being mirrored to. The backend service configured for a mirroring policy must reference backends that are of the same type as the original backend service matched in the URL map. Serverless NEG backends are not currently supported as a mirrored backend service.

    BackendService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource being mirrored to. The backend service configured for a mirroring policy must reference backends that are of the same type as the original backend service matched in the URL map. Serverless NEG backends are not currently supported as a mirrored backend service.

    backendService String

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource being mirrored to. The backend service configured for a mirroring policy must reference backends that are of the same type as the original backend service matched in the URL map. Serverless NEG backends are not currently supported as a mirrored backend service.

    backendService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource being mirrored to. The backend service configured for a mirroring policy must reference backends that are of the same type as the original backend service matched in the URL map. Serverless NEG backends are not currently supported as a mirrored backend service.

    backend_service str

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource being mirrored to. The backend service configured for a mirroring policy must reference backends that are of the same type as the original backend service matched in the URL map. Serverless NEG backends are not currently supported as a mirrored backend service.

    backendService String

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource being mirrored to. The backend service configured for a mirroring policy must reference backends that are of the same type as the original backend service matched in the URL map. Serverless NEG backends are not currently supported as a mirrored backend service.

    RequestMirrorPolicyResponse, RequestMirrorPolicyResponseArgs

    BackendService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource being mirrored to. The backend service configured for a mirroring policy must reference backends that are of the same type as the original backend service matched in the URL map. Serverless NEG backends are not currently supported as a mirrored backend service.

    BackendService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource being mirrored to. The backend service configured for a mirroring policy must reference backends that are of the same type as the original backend service matched in the URL map. Serverless NEG backends are not currently supported as a mirrored backend service.

    backendService String

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource being mirrored to. The backend service configured for a mirroring policy must reference backends that are of the same type as the original backend service matched in the URL map. Serverless NEG backends are not currently supported as a mirrored backend service.

    backendService string

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource being mirrored to. The backend service configured for a mirroring policy must reference backends that are of the same type as the original backend service matched in the URL map. Serverless NEG backends are not currently supported as a mirrored backend service.

    backend_service str

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource being mirrored to. The backend service configured for a mirroring policy must reference backends that are of the same type as the original backend service matched in the URL map. Serverless NEG backends are not currently supported as a mirrored backend service.

    backendService String

    The full or partial URL to the BackendService resource being mirrored to. The backend service configured for a mirroring policy must reference backends that are of the same type as the original backend service matched in the URL map. Serverless NEG backends are not currently supported as a mirrored backend service.

    UrlMapTest, UrlMapTestArgs

    Description string

    Description of this test case.

    ExpectedOutputUrl string

    The expected output URL evaluated by the load balancer containing the scheme, host, path and query parameters. For rules that forward requests to backends, the test passes only when expectedOutputUrl matches the request forwarded by the load balancer to backends. For rules with urlRewrite, the test verifies that the forwarded request matches hostRewrite and pathPrefixRewrite in the urlRewrite action. When service is specified, expectedOutputUrl`s scheme is ignored. For rules with urlRedirect, the test passes only if expectedOutputUrl matches the URL in the load balancer's redirect response. If urlRedirect specifies https_redirect, the test passes only if the scheme in expectedOutputUrl is also set to HTTPS. If urlRedirect specifies strip_query, the test passes only if expectedOutputUrl does not contain any query parameters. expectedOutputUrl is optional when service is specified.

    ExpectedRedirectResponseCode int

    For rules with urlRedirect, the test passes only if expectedRedirectResponseCode matches the HTTP status code in load balancer's redirect response. expectedRedirectResponseCode cannot be set when service is set.

    Headers List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.Compute.Beta.Inputs.UrlMapTestHeader>

    HTTP headers for this request. If headers contains a host header, then host must also match the header value.

    Host string

    Host portion of the URL. If headers contains a host header, then host must also match the header value.

    Path string

    Path portion of the URL.

    Service string

    Expected BackendService or BackendBucket resource the given URL should be mapped to. The service field cannot be set if expectedRedirectResponseCode is set.

    Description string

    Description of this test case.

    ExpectedOutputUrl string

    The expected output URL evaluated by the load balancer containing the scheme, host, path and query parameters. For rules that forward requests to backends, the test passes only when expectedOutputUrl matches the request forwarded by the load balancer to backends. For rules with urlRewrite, the test verifies that the forwarded request matches hostRewrite and pathPrefixRewrite in the urlRewrite action. When service is specified, expectedOutputUrl`s scheme is ignored. For rules with urlRedirect, the test passes only if expectedOutputUrl matches the URL in the load balancer's redirect response. If urlRedirect specifies https_redirect, the test passes only if the scheme in expectedOutputUrl is also set to HTTPS. If urlRedirect specifies strip_query, the test passes only if expectedOutputUrl does not contain any query parameters. expectedOutputUrl is optional when service is specified.

    ExpectedRedirectResponseCode int

    For rules with urlRedirect, the test passes only if expectedRedirectResponseCode matches the HTTP status code in load balancer's redirect response. expectedRedirectResponseCode cannot be set when service is set.

    Headers []UrlMapTestHeader

    HTTP headers for this request. If headers contains a host header, then host must also match the header value.

    Host string

    Host portion of the URL. If headers contains a host header, then host must also match the header value.

    Path string

    Path portion of the URL.

    Service string

    Expected BackendService or BackendBucket resource the given URL should be mapped to. The service field cannot be set if expectedRedirectResponseCode is set.

    description String

    Description of this test case.

    expectedOutputUrl String

    The expected output URL evaluated by the load balancer containing the scheme, host, path and query parameters. For rules that forward requests to backends, the test passes only when expectedOutputUrl matches the request forwarded by the load balancer to backends. For rules with urlRewrite, the test verifies that the forwarded request matches hostRewrite and pathPrefixRewrite in the urlRewrite action. When service is specified, expectedOutputUrl`s scheme is ignored. For rules with urlRedirect, the test passes only if expectedOutputUrl matches the URL in the load balancer's redirect response. If urlRedirect specifies https_redirect, the test passes only if the scheme in expectedOutputUrl is also set to HTTPS. If urlRedirect specifies strip_query, the test passes only if expectedOutputUrl does not contain any query parameters. expectedOutputUrl is optional when service is specified.

    expectedRedirectResponseCode Integer

    For rules with urlRedirect, the test passes only if expectedRedirectResponseCode matches the HTTP status code in load balancer's redirect response. expectedRedirectResponseCode cannot be set when service is set.

    headers List<UrlMapTestHeader>

    HTTP headers for this request. If headers contains a host header, then host must also match the header value.

    host String

    Host portion of the URL. If headers contains a host header, then host must also match the header value.

    path String

    Path portion of the URL.

    service String

    Expected BackendService or BackendBucket resource the given URL should be mapped to. The service field cannot be set if expectedRedirectResponseCode is set.

    description string

    Description of this test case.

    expectedOutputUrl string

    The expected output URL evaluated by the load balancer containing the scheme, host, path and query parameters. For rules that forward requests to backends, the test passes only when expectedOutputUrl matches the request forwarded by the load balancer to backends. For rules with urlRewrite, the test verifies that the forwarded request matches hostRewrite and pathPrefixRewrite in the urlRewrite action. When service is specified, expectedOutputUrl`s scheme is ignored. For rules with urlRedirect, the test passes only if expectedOutputUrl matches the URL in the load balancer's redirect response. If urlRedirect specifies https_redirect, the test passes only if the scheme in expectedOutputUrl is also set to HTTPS. If urlRedirect specifies strip_query, the test passes only if expectedOutputUrl does not contain any query parameters. expectedOutputUrl is optional when service is specified.

    expectedRedirectResponseCode number

    For rules with urlRedirect, the test passes only if expectedRedirectResponseCode matches the HTTP status code in load balancer's redirect response. expectedRedirectResponseCode cannot be set when service is set.

    headers UrlMapTestHeader[]

    HTTP headers for this request. If headers contains a host header, then host must also match the header value.

    host string

    Host portion of the URL. If headers contains a host header, then host must also match the header value.

    path string

    Path portion of the URL.

    service string

    Expected BackendService or BackendBucket resource the given URL should be mapped to. The service field cannot be set if expectedRedirectResponseCode is set.

    description str

    Description of this test case.

    expected_output_url str

    The expected output URL evaluated by the load balancer containing the scheme, host, path and query parameters. For rules that forward requests to backends, the test passes only when expectedOutputUrl matches the request forwarded by the load balancer to backends. For rules with urlRewrite, the test verifies that the forwarded request matches hostRewrite and pathPrefixRewrite in the urlRewrite action. When service is specified, expectedOutputUrl`s scheme is ignored. For rules with urlRedirect, the test passes only if expectedOutputUrl matches the URL in the load balancer's redirect response. If urlRedirect specifies https_redirect, the test passes only if the scheme in expectedOutputUrl is also set to HTTPS. If urlRedirect specifies strip_query, the test passes only if expectedOutputUrl does not contain any query parameters. expectedOutputUrl is optional when service is specified.

    expected_redirect_response_code int

    For rules with urlRedirect, the test passes only if expectedRedirectResponseCode matches the HTTP status code in load balancer's redirect response. expectedRedirectResponseCode cannot be set when service is set.

    headers Sequence[UrlMapTestHeader]

    HTTP headers for this request. If headers contains a host header, then host must also match the header value.

    host str

    Host portion of the URL. If headers contains a host header, then host must also match the header value.

    path str

    Path portion of the URL.

    service str

    Expected BackendService or BackendBucket resource the given URL should be mapped to. The service field cannot be set if expectedRedirectResponseCode is set.

    description String

    Description of this test case.

    expectedOutputUrl String

    The expected output URL evaluated by the load balancer containing the scheme, host, path and query parameters. For rules that forward requests to backends, the test passes only when expectedOutputUrl matches the request forwarded by the load balancer to backends. For rules with urlRewrite, the test verifies that the forwarded request matches hostRewrite and pathPrefixRewrite in the urlRewrite action. When service is specified, expectedOutputUrl`s scheme is ignored. For rules with urlRedirect, the test passes only if expectedOutputUrl matches the URL in the load balancer's redirect response. If urlRedirect specifies https_redirect, the test passes only if the scheme in expectedOutputUrl is also set to HTTPS. If urlRedirect specifies strip_query, the test passes only if expectedOutputUrl does not contain any query parameters. expectedOutputUrl is optional when service is specified.

    expectedRedirectResponseCode Number

    For rules with urlRedirect, the test passes only if expectedRedirectResponseCode matches the HTTP status code in load balancer's redirect response. expectedRedirectResponseCode cannot be set when service is set.

    headers List<Property Map>

    HTTP headers for this request. If headers contains a host header, then host must also match the header value.

    host String

    Host portion of the URL. If headers contains a host header, then host must also match the header value.

    path String

    Path portion of the URL.

    service String

    Expected BackendService or BackendBucket resource the given URL should be mapped to. The service field cannot be set if expectedRedirectResponseCode is set.

    UrlMapTestHeader, UrlMapTestHeaderArgs

    Name string

    Header name.

    Value string

    Header value.

    Name string

    Header name.

    Value string

    Header value.

    name String

    Header name.

    value String

    Header value.

    name string

    Header name.

    value string

    Header value.

    name str

    Header name.

    value str

    Header value.

    name String

    Header name.

    value String

    Header value.

    UrlMapTestHeaderResponse, UrlMapTestHeaderResponseArgs

    Name string

    Header name.

    Value string

    Header value.

    Name string

    Header name.