Google Native

v0.26.0 published on Friday, Sep 16, 2022 by Pulumi

getIosApp

Gets the specified IosApp.

Using getIosApp

Two invocation forms are available. The direct form accepts plain arguments and either blocks until the result value is available, or returns a Promise-wrapped result. The output form accepts Input-wrapped arguments and returns an Output-wrapped result.

function getIosApp(args: GetIosAppArgs, opts?: InvokeOptions): Promise<GetIosAppResult>
function getIosAppOutput(args: GetIosAppOutputArgs, opts?: InvokeOptions): Output<GetIosAppResult>
def get_ios_app(ios_app_id: Optional[str] = None,
                project: Optional[str] = None,
                opts: Optional[InvokeOptions] = None) -> GetIosAppResult
def get_ios_app_output(ios_app_id: Optional[pulumi.Input[str]] = None,
                project: Optional[pulumi.Input[str]] = None,
                opts: Optional[InvokeOptions] = None) -> Output[GetIosAppResult]
func LookupIosApp(ctx *Context, args *LookupIosAppArgs, opts ...InvokeOption) (*LookupIosAppResult, error)
func LookupIosAppOutput(ctx *Context, args *LookupIosAppOutputArgs, opts ...InvokeOption) LookupIosAppResultOutput

> Note: This function is named LookupIosApp in the Go SDK.

public static class GetIosApp 
{
    public static Task<GetIosAppResult> InvokeAsync(GetIosAppArgs args, InvokeOptions? opts = null)
    public static Output<GetIosAppResult> Invoke(GetIosAppInvokeArgs args, InvokeOptions? opts = null)
}
public static CompletableFuture<GetIosAppResult> getIosApp(GetIosAppArgs args, InvokeOptions options)
// Output-based functions aren't available in Java yet
Fn::Invoke:
  Function: google-native:firebase/v1beta1:getIosApp
  Arguments:
    # Arguments dictionary

The following arguments are supported:

IosAppId string
Project string
IosAppId string
Project string
iosAppId String
project String
iosAppId string
project string
iosAppId String
project String

getIosApp Result

The following output properties are available:

ApiKeyId string

The globally unique, Google-assigned identifier (UID) for the Firebase API key associated with the IosApp. Be aware that this value is the UID of the API key, not the keyString of the API key. The keyString is the value that can be found in the App's configuration artifact. If api_key_id is not set in requests to iosApps.Create, then Firebase automatically associates an api_key_id with the IosApp. This auto-associated key may be an existing valid key or, if no valid key exists, a new one will be provisioned. In patch requests, api_key_id cannot be set to an empty value, and the new UID must have no restrictions or only have restrictions that are valid for the associated IosApp. We recommend using the Google Cloud Console to manage API keys.

AppId string

Immutable. The globally unique, Firebase-assigned identifier for the IosApp. This identifier should be treated as an opaque token, as the data format is not specified.

AppStoreId string

The automatically generated Apple ID assigned to the iOS app by Apple in the iOS App Store.

BundleId string

Immutable. The canonical bundle ID of the iOS app as it would appear in the iOS AppStore.

DisplayName string

The user-assigned display name for the IosApp.

Name string

The resource name of the IosApp, in the format: projects/PROJECT_IDENTIFIER /iosApps/APP_ID * PROJECT_IDENTIFIER: the parent Project's ProjectNumber (recommended) or its ProjectId. Learn more about using project identifiers in Google's AIP 2510 standard. Note that the value for PROJECT_IDENTIFIER in any response body will be the ProjectId. * APP_ID: the globally unique, Firebase-assigned identifier for the App (see appId).

Project string

Immutable. A user-assigned unique identifier of the parent FirebaseProject for the IosApp.

State string

The lifecycle state of the App.

TeamId string

The Apple Developer Team ID associated with the App in the App Store.

ApiKeyId string

The globally unique, Google-assigned identifier (UID) for the Firebase API key associated with the IosApp. Be aware that this value is the UID of the API key, not the keyString of the API key. The keyString is the value that can be found in the App's configuration artifact. If api_key_id is not set in requests to iosApps.Create, then Firebase automatically associates an api_key_id with the IosApp. This auto-associated key may be an existing valid key or, if no valid key exists, a new one will be provisioned. In patch requests, api_key_id cannot be set to an empty value, and the new UID must have no restrictions or only have restrictions that are valid for the associated IosApp. We recommend using the Google Cloud Console to manage API keys.

AppId string

Immutable. The globally unique, Firebase-assigned identifier for the IosApp. This identifier should be treated as an opaque token, as the data format is not specified.

AppStoreId string

The automatically generated Apple ID assigned to the iOS app by Apple in the iOS App Store.

BundleId string

Immutable. The canonical bundle ID of the iOS app as it would appear in the iOS AppStore.

DisplayName string

The user-assigned display name for the IosApp.

Name string

The resource name of the IosApp, in the format: projects/PROJECT_IDENTIFIER /iosApps/APP_ID * PROJECT_IDENTIFIER: the parent Project's ProjectNumber (recommended) or its ProjectId. Learn more about using project identifiers in Google's AIP 2510 standard. Note that the value for PROJECT_IDENTIFIER in any response body will be the ProjectId. * APP_ID: the globally unique, Firebase-assigned identifier for the App (see appId).

Project string

Immutable. A user-assigned unique identifier of the parent FirebaseProject for the IosApp.

State string

The lifecycle state of the App.

TeamId string

The Apple Developer Team ID associated with the App in the App Store.

apiKeyId String

The globally unique, Google-assigned identifier (UID) for the Firebase API key associated with the IosApp. Be aware that this value is the UID of the API key, not the keyString of the API key. The keyString is the value that can be found in the App's configuration artifact. If api_key_id is not set in requests to iosApps.Create, then Firebase automatically associates an api_key_id with the IosApp. This auto-associated key may be an existing valid key or, if no valid key exists, a new one will be provisioned. In patch requests, api_key_id cannot be set to an empty value, and the new UID must have no restrictions or only have restrictions that are valid for the associated IosApp. We recommend using the Google Cloud Console to manage API keys.

appId String

Immutable. The globally unique, Firebase-assigned identifier for the IosApp. This identifier should be treated as an opaque token, as the data format is not specified.

appStoreId String

The automatically generated Apple ID assigned to the iOS app by Apple in the iOS App Store.

bundleId String

Immutable. The canonical bundle ID of the iOS app as it would appear in the iOS AppStore.

displayName String

The user-assigned display name for the IosApp.

name String

The resource name of the IosApp, in the format: projects/PROJECT_IDENTIFIER /iosApps/APP_ID * PROJECT_IDENTIFIER: the parent Project's ProjectNumber (recommended) or its ProjectId. Learn more about using project identifiers in Google's AIP 2510 standard. Note that the value for PROJECT_IDENTIFIER in any response body will be the ProjectId. * APP_ID: the globally unique, Firebase-assigned identifier for the App (see appId).

project String

Immutable. A user-assigned unique identifier of the parent FirebaseProject for the IosApp.

state String

The lifecycle state of the App.

teamId String

The Apple Developer Team ID associated with the App in the App Store.

apiKeyId string

The globally unique, Google-assigned identifier (UID) for the Firebase API key associated with the IosApp. Be aware that this value is the UID of the API key, not the keyString of the API key. The keyString is the value that can be found in the App's configuration artifact. If api_key_id is not set in requests to iosApps.Create, then Firebase automatically associates an api_key_id with the IosApp. This auto-associated key may be an existing valid key or, if no valid key exists, a new one will be provisioned. In patch requests, api_key_id cannot be set to an empty value, and the new UID must have no restrictions or only have restrictions that are valid for the associated IosApp. We recommend using the Google Cloud Console to manage API keys.

appId string

Immutable. The globally unique, Firebase-assigned identifier for the IosApp. This identifier should be treated as an opaque token, as the data format is not specified.

appStoreId string

The automatically generated Apple ID assigned to the iOS app by Apple in the iOS App Store.

bundleId string

Immutable. The canonical bundle ID of the iOS app as it would appear in the iOS AppStore.

displayName string

The user-assigned display name for the IosApp.

name string

The resource name of the IosApp, in the format: projects/PROJECT_IDENTIFIER /iosApps/APP_ID * PROJECT_IDENTIFIER: the parent Project's ProjectNumber (recommended) or its ProjectId. Learn more about using project identifiers in Google's AIP 2510 standard. Note that the value for PROJECT_IDENTIFIER in any response body will be the ProjectId. * APP_ID: the globally unique, Firebase-assigned identifier for the App (see appId).

project string

Immutable. A user-assigned unique identifier of the parent FirebaseProject for the IosApp.

state string

The lifecycle state of the App.

teamId string

The Apple Developer Team ID associated with the App in the App Store.

api_key_id str

The globally unique, Google-assigned identifier (UID) for the Firebase API key associated with the IosApp. Be aware that this value is the UID of the API key, not the keyString of the API key. The keyString is the value that can be found in the App's configuration artifact. If api_key_id is not set in requests to iosApps.Create, then Firebase automatically associates an api_key_id with the IosApp. This auto-associated key may be an existing valid key or, if no valid key exists, a new one will be provisioned. In patch requests, api_key_id cannot be set to an empty value, and the new UID must have no restrictions or only have restrictions that are valid for the associated IosApp. We recommend using the Google Cloud Console to manage API keys.

app_id str

Immutable. The globally unique, Firebase-assigned identifier for the IosApp. This identifier should be treated as an opaque token, as the data format is not specified.

app_store_id str

The automatically generated Apple ID assigned to the iOS app by Apple in the iOS App Store.

bundle_id str

Immutable. The canonical bundle ID of the iOS app as it would appear in the iOS AppStore.

display_name str

The user-assigned display name for the IosApp.

name str

The resource name of the IosApp, in the format: projects/PROJECT_IDENTIFIER /iosApps/APP_ID * PROJECT_IDENTIFIER: the parent Project's ProjectNumber (recommended) or its ProjectId. Learn more about using project identifiers in Google's AIP 2510 standard. Note that the value for PROJECT_IDENTIFIER in any response body will be the ProjectId. * APP_ID: the globally unique, Firebase-assigned identifier for the App (see appId).

project str

Immutable. A user-assigned unique identifier of the parent FirebaseProject for the IosApp.

state str

The lifecycle state of the App.

team_id str

The Apple Developer Team ID associated with the App in the App Store.

apiKeyId String

The globally unique, Google-assigned identifier (UID) for the Firebase API key associated with the IosApp. Be aware that this value is the UID of the API key, not the keyString of the API key. The keyString is the value that can be found in the App's configuration artifact. If api_key_id is not set in requests to iosApps.Create, then Firebase automatically associates an api_key_id with the IosApp. This auto-associated key may be an existing valid key or, if no valid key exists, a new one will be provisioned. In patch requests, api_key_id cannot be set to an empty value, and the new UID must have no restrictions or only have restrictions that are valid for the associated IosApp. We recommend using the Google Cloud Console to manage API keys.

appId String

Immutable. The globally unique, Firebase-assigned identifier for the IosApp. This identifier should be treated as an opaque token, as the data format is not specified.

appStoreId String

The automatically generated Apple ID assigned to the iOS app by Apple in the iOS App Store.

bundleId String

Immutable. The canonical bundle ID of the iOS app as it would appear in the iOS AppStore.

displayName String

The user-assigned display name for the IosApp.

name String

The resource name of the IosApp, in the format: projects/PROJECT_IDENTIFIER /iosApps/APP_ID * PROJECT_IDENTIFIER: the parent Project's ProjectNumber (recommended) or its ProjectId. Learn more about using project identifiers in Google's AIP 2510 standard. Note that the value for PROJECT_IDENTIFIER in any response body will be the ProjectId. * APP_ID: the globally unique, Firebase-assigned identifier for the App (see appId).

project String

Immutable. A user-assigned unique identifier of the parent FirebaseProject for the IosApp.

state String

The lifecycle state of the App.

teamId String

The Apple Developer Team ID associated with the App in the App Store.

Package Details

Repository
https://github.com/pulumi/pulumi-google-native
License
Apache-2.0