Google Native

v0.27.0 published on Friday, Oct 21, 2022 by Pulumi

getStep

Gets a Step. May return any of the following canonical error codes: - PERMISSION_DENIED - if the user is not authorized to read project - INVALID_ARGUMENT - if the request is malformed - NOT_FOUND - if the Step does not exist

Using getStep

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 getStep(args: GetStepArgs, opts?: InvokeOptions): Promise<GetStepResult>
function getStepOutput(args: GetStepOutputArgs, opts?: InvokeOptions): Output<GetStepResult>
def get_step(execution_id: Optional[str] = None,
             history_id: Optional[str] = None,
             project: Optional[str] = None,
             step_id: Optional[str] = None,
             opts: Optional[InvokeOptions] = None) -> GetStepResult
def get_step_output(execution_id: Optional[pulumi.Input[str]] = None,
             history_id: Optional[pulumi.Input[str]] = None,
             project: Optional[pulumi.Input[str]] = None,
             step_id: Optional[pulumi.Input[str]] = None,
             opts: Optional[InvokeOptions] = None) -> Output[GetStepResult]
func LookupStep(ctx *Context, args *LookupStepArgs, opts ...InvokeOption) (*LookupStepResult, error)
func LookupStepOutput(ctx *Context, args *LookupStepOutputArgs, opts ...InvokeOption) LookupStepResultOutput

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

public static class GetStep 
{
    public static Task<GetStepResult> InvokeAsync(GetStepArgs args, InvokeOptions? opts = null)
    public static Output<GetStepResult> Invoke(GetStepInvokeArgs args, InvokeOptions? opts = null)
}
public static CompletableFuture<GetStepResult> getStep(GetStepArgs args, InvokeOptions options)
// Output-based functions aren't available in Java yet
fn::invoke:
  function: google-native:toolresults/v1beta3:getStep
  arguments:
    # arguments dictionary

The following arguments are supported:

ExecutionId string
HistoryId string
StepId string
Project string
ExecutionId string
HistoryId string
StepId string
Project string
executionId String
historyId String
stepId String
project String
executionId string
historyId string
stepId string
project string
executionId String
historyId String
stepId String
project String

getStep Result

The following output properties are available:

CompletionTime Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Outputs.TimestampResponse

The time when the step status was set to complete. This value will be set automatically when state transitions to COMPLETE. - In response: set if the execution state is COMPLETE. - In create/update request: never set

CreationTime Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Outputs.TimestampResponse

The time when the step was created. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

Description string

A description of this tool For example: mvn clean package -D skipTests=true - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

DeviceUsageDuration Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Outputs.DurationResponse

How much the device resource is used to perform the test. This is the device usage used for billing purpose, which is different from the run_duration, for example, infrastructure failure won't be charged for device usage. PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if one attempts to set a device_usage on a step which already has this field set. - In response: present if previously set. - In create request: optional - In update request: optional

DimensionValue List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Outputs.StepDimensionValueEntryResponse>

If the execution containing this step has any dimension_definition set, then this field allows the child to specify the values of the dimensions. The keys must exactly match the dimension_definition of the execution. For example, if the execution has dimension_definition = ['attempt', 'device'] then a step must define values for those dimensions, eg. dimension_value = ['attempt': '1', 'device': 'Nexus 6'] If a step does not participate in one dimension of the matrix, the value for that dimension should be empty string. For example, if one of the tests is executed by a runner which does not support retries, the step could have dimension_value = ['attempt': '', 'device': 'Nexus 6'] If the step does not participate in any dimensions of the matrix, it may leave dimension_value unset. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if any of the keys do not exist in the dimension_definition of the execution. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if another step in this execution already has the same name and dimension_value, but differs on other data fields, for example, step field is different. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if dimension_value is set, and there is a dimension_definition in the execution which is not specified as one of the keys. - In response: present if set by create - In create request: optional - In update request: never set

HasImages bool

Whether any of the outputs of this step are images whose thumbnails can be fetched with ListThumbnails. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

Labels List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Outputs.StepLabelsEntryResponse>

Arbitrary user-supplied key/value pairs that are associated with the step. Users are responsible for managing the key namespace such that keys don't accidentally collide. An INVALID_ARGUMENT will be returned if the number of labels exceeds 100 or if the length of any of the keys or values exceeds 100 characters. - In response: always set - In create request: optional - In update request: optional; any new key/value pair will be added to the map, and any new value for an existing key will update that key's value

MultiStep Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Outputs.MultiStepResponse

Details when multiple steps are run with the same configuration as a group. These details can be used identify which group this step is part of. It also identifies the groups 'primary step' which indexes all the group members. - In response: present if previously set. - In create request: optional, set iff this step was performed more than once. - In update request: optional

Name string

A short human-readable name to display in the UI. Maximum of 100 characters. For example: Clean build A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned upon creating a new step if it shares its name and dimension_value with an existing step. If two steps represent a similar action, but have different dimension values, they should share the same name. For instance, if the same set of tests is run on two different platforms, the two steps should have the same name. - In response: always set - In create request: always set - In update request: never set

Outcome Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Outputs.OutcomeResponse

Classification of the result, for example into SUCCESS or FAILURE - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

RunDuration Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Outputs.DurationResponse

How long it took for this step to run. If unset, this is set to the difference between creation_time and completion_time when the step is set to the COMPLETE state. In some cases, it is appropriate to set this value separately: For instance, if a step is created, but the operation it represents is queued for a few minutes before it executes, it would be appropriate not to include the time spent queued in its run_duration. PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if one attempts to set a run_duration on a step which already has this field set. - In response: present if previously set; always present on COMPLETE step - In create request: optional - In update request: optional

State string

The initial state is IN_PROGRESS. The only legal state transitions are * IN_PROGRESS -> COMPLETE A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if an invalid transition is requested. It is valid to create Step with a state set to COMPLETE. The state can only be set to COMPLETE once. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if the state is set to COMPLETE multiple times. - In response: always set - In create/update request: optional

StepId string

A unique identifier within a Execution for this Step. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set or overwritten by the caller. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

TestExecutionStep Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Outputs.TestExecutionStepResponse

An execution of a test runner.

ToolExecutionStep Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Outputs.ToolExecutionStepResponse

An execution of a tool (used for steps we don't explicitly support).

CompletionTime TimestampResponse

The time when the step status was set to complete. This value will be set automatically when state transitions to COMPLETE. - In response: set if the execution state is COMPLETE. - In create/update request: never set

CreationTime TimestampResponse

The time when the step was created. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

Description string

A description of this tool For example: mvn clean package -D skipTests=true - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

DeviceUsageDuration DurationResponse

How much the device resource is used to perform the test. This is the device usage used for billing purpose, which is different from the run_duration, for example, infrastructure failure won't be charged for device usage. PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if one attempts to set a device_usage on a step which already has this field set. - In response: present if previously set. - In create request: optional - In update request: optional

DimensionValue []StepDimensionValueEntryResponse

If the execution containing this step has any dimension_definition set, then this field allows the child to specify the values of the dimensions. The keys must exactly match the dimension_definition of the execution. For example, if the execution has dimension_definition = ['attempt', 'device'] then a step must define values for those dimensions, eg. dimension_value = ['attempt': '1', 'device': 'Nexus 6'] If a step does not participate in one dimension of the matrix, the value for that dimension should be empty string. For example, if one of the tests is executed by a runner which does not support retries, the step could have dimension_value = ['attempt': '', 'device': 'Nexus 6'] If the step does not participate in any dimensions of the matrix, it may leave dimension_value unset. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if any of the keys do not exist in the dimension_definition of the execution. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if another step in this execution already has the same name and dimension_value, but differs on other data fields, for example, step field is different. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if dimension_value is set, and there is a dimension_definition in the execution which is not specified as one of the keys. - In response: present if set by create - In create request: optional - In update request: never set

HasImages bool

Whether any of the outputs of this step are images whose thumbnails can be fetched with ListThumbnails. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

Labels []StepLabelsEntryResponse

Arbitrary user-supplied key/value pairs that are associated with the step. Users are responsible for managing the key namespace such that keys don't accidentally collide. An INVALID_ARGUMENT will be returned if the number of labels exceeds 100 or if the length of any of the keys or values exceeds 100 characters. - In response: always set - In create request: optional - In update request: optional; any new key/value pair will be added to the map, and any new value for an existing key will update that key's value

MultiStep MultiStepResponse

Details when multiple steps are run with the same configuration as a group. These details can be used identify which group this step is part of. It also identifies the groups 'primary step' which indexes all the group members. - In response: present if previously set. - In create request: optional, set iff this step was performed more than once. - In update request: optional

Name string

A short human-readable name to display in the UI. Maximum of 100 characters. For example: Clean build A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned upon creating a new step if it shares its name and dimension_value with an existing step. If two steps represent a similar action, but have different dimension values, they should share the same name. For instance, if the same set of tests is run on two different platforms, the two steps should have the same name. - In response: always set - In create request: always set - In update request: never set

Outcome OutcomeResponse

Classification of the result, for example into SUCCESS or FAILURE - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

RunDuration DurationResponse

How long it took for this step to run. If unset, this is set to the difference between creation_time and completion_time when the step is set to the COMPLETE state. In some cases, it is appropriate to set this value separately: For instance, if a step is created, but the operation it represents is queued for a few minutes before it executes, it would be appropriate not to include the time spent queued in its run_duration. PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if one attempts to set a run_duration on a step which already has this field set. - In response: present if previously set; always present on COMPLETE step - In create request: optional - In update request: optional

State string

The initial state is IN_PROGRESS. The only legal state transitions are * IN_PROGRESS -> COMPLETE A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if an invalid transition is requested. It is valid to create Step with a state set to COMPLETE. The state can only be set to COMPLETE once. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if the state is set to COMPLETE multiple times. - In response: always set - In create/update request: optional

StepId string

A unique identifier within a Execution for this Step. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set or overwritten by the caller. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

TestExecutionStep TestExecutionStepResponse

An execution of a test runner.

ToolExecutionStep ToolExecutionStepResponse

An execution of a tool (used for steps we don't explicitly support).

completionTime TimestampResponse

The time when the step status was set to complete. This value will be set automatically when state transitions to COMPLETE. - In response: set if the execution state is COMPLETE. - In create/update request: never set

creationTime TimestampResponse

The time when the step was created. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

description String

A description of this tool For example: mvn clean package -D skipTests=true - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

deviceUsageDuration DurationResponse

How much the device resource is used to perform the test. This is the device usage used for billing purpose, which is different from the run_duration, for example, infrastructure failure won't be charged for device usage. PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if one attempts to set a device_usage on a step which already has this field set. - In response: present if previously set. - In create request: optional - In update request: optional

dimensionValue List<StepDimensionValueEntryResponse>

If the execution containing this step has any dimension_definition set, then this field allows the child to specify the values of the dimensions. The keys must exactly match the dimension_definition of the execution. For example, if the execution has dimension_definition = ['attempt', 'device'] then a step must define values for those dimensions, eg. dimension_value = ['attempt': '1', 'device': 'Nexus 6'] If a step does not participate in one dimension of the matrix, the value for that dimension should be empty string. For example, if one of the tests is executed by a runner which does not support retries, the step could have dimension_value = ['attempt': '', 'device': 'Nexus 6'] If the step does not participate in any dimensions of the matrix, it may leave dimension_value unset. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if any of the keys do not exist in the dimension_definition of the execution. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if another step in this execution already has the same name and dimension_value, but differs on other data fields, for example, step field is different. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if dimension_value is set, and there is a dimension_definition in the execution which is not specified as one of the keys. - In response: present if set by create - In create request: optional - In update request: never set

hasImages Boolean

Whether any of the outputs of this step are images whose thumbnails can be fetched with ListThumbnails. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

labels List<StepLabelsEntryResponse>

Arbitrary user-supplied key/value pairs that are associated with the step. Users are responsible for managing the key namespace such that keys don't accidentally collide. An INVALID_ARGUMENT will be returned if the number of labels exceeds 100 or if the length of any of the keys or values exceeds 100 characters. - In response: always set - In create request: optional - In update request: optional; any new key/value pair will be added to the map, and any new value for an existing key will update that key's value

multiStep MultiStepResponse

Details when multiple steps are run with the same configuration as a group. These details can be used identify which group this step is part of. It also identifies the groups 'primary step' which indexes all the group members. - In response: present if previously set. - In create request: optional, set iff this step was performed more than once. - In update request: optional

name String

A short human-readable name to display in the UI. Maximum of 100 characters. For example: Clean build A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned upon creating a new step if it shares its name and dimension_value with an existing step. If two steps represent a similar action, but have different dimension values, they should share the same name. For instance, if the same set of tests is run on two different platforms, the two steps should have the same name. - In response: always set - In create request: always set - In update request: never set

outcome OutcomeResponse

Classification of the result, for example into SUCCESS or FAILURE - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

runDuration DurationResponse

How long it took for this step to run. If unset, this is set to the difference between creation_time and completion_time when the step is set to the COMPLETE state. In some cases, it is appropriate to set this value separately: For instance, if a step is created, but the operation it represents is queued for a few minutes before it executes, it would be appropriate not to include the time spent queued in its run_duration. PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if one attempts to set a run_duration on a step which already has this field set. - In response: present if previously set; always present on COMPLETE step - In create request: optional - In update request: optional

state String

The initial state is IN_PROGRESS. The only legal state transitions are * IN_PROGRESS -> COMPLETE A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if an invalid transition is requested. It is valid to create Step with a state set to COMPLETE. The state can only be set to COMPLETE once. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if the state is set to COMPLETE multiple times. - In response: always set - In create/update request: optional

stepId String

A unique identifier within a Execution for this Step. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set or overwritten by the caller. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

testExecutionStep TestExecutionStepResponse

An execution of a test runner.

toolExecutionStep ToolExecutionStepResponse

An execution of a tool (used for steps we don't explicitly support).

completionTime TimestampResponse

The time when the step status was set to complete. This value will be set automatically when state transitions to COMPLETE. - In response: set if the execution state is COMPLETE. - In create/update request: never set

creationTime TimestampResponse

The time when the step was created. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

description string

A description of this tool For example: mvn clean package -D skipTests=true - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

deviceUsageDuration DurationResponse

How much the device resource is used to perform the test. This is the device usage used for billing purpose, which is different from the run_duration, for example, infrastructure failure won't be charged for device usage. PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if one attempts to set a device_usage on a step which already has this field set. - In response: present if previously set. - In create request: optional - In update request: optional

dimensionValue StepDimensionValueEntryResponse[]

If the execution containing this step has any dimension_definition set, then this field allows the child to specify the values of the dimensions. The keys must exactly match the dimension_definition of the execution. For example, if the execution has dimension_definition = ['attempt', 'device'] then a step must define values for those dimensions, eg. dimension_value = ['attempt': '1', 'device': 'Nexus 6'] If a step does not participate in one dimension of the matrix, the value for that dimension should be empty string. For example, if one of the tests is executed by a runner which does not support retries, the step could have dimension_value = ['attempt': '', 'device': 'Nexus 6'] If the step does not participate in any dimensions of the matrix, it may leave dimension_value unset. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if any of the keys do not exist in the dimension_definition of the execution. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if another step in this execution already has the same name and dimension_value, but differs on other data fields, for example, step field is different. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if dimension_value is set, and there is a dimension_definition in the execution which is not specified as one of the keys. - In response: present if set by create - In create request: optional - In update request: never set

hasImages boolean

Whether any of the outputs of this step are images whose thumbnails can be fetched with ListThumbnails. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

labels StepLabelsEntryResponse[]

Arbitrary user-supplied key/value pairs that are associated with the step. Users are responsible for managing the key namespace such that keys don't accidentally collide. An INVALID_ARGUMENT will be returned if the number of labels exceeds 100 or if the length of any of the keys or values exceeds 100 characters. - In response: always set - In create request: optional - In update request: optional; any new key/value pair will be added to the map, and any new value for an existing key will update that key's value

multiStep MultiStepResponse

Details when multiple steps are run with the same configuration as a group. These details can be used identify which group this step is part of. It also identifies the groups 'primary step' which indexes all the group members. - In response: present if previously set. - In create request: optional, set iff this step was performed more than once. - In update request: optional

name string

A short human-readable name to display in the UI. Maximum of 100 characters. For example: Clean build A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned upon creating a new step if it shares its name and dimension_value with an existing step. If two steps represent a similar action, but have different dimension values, they should share the same name. For instance, if the same set of tests is run on two different platforms, the two steps should have the same name. - In response: always set - In create request: always set - In update request: never set

outcome OutcomeResponse

Classification of the result, for example into SUCCESS or FAILURE - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

runDuration DurationResponse

How long it took for this step to run. If unset, this is set to the difference between creation_time and completion_time when the step is set to the COMPLETE state. In some cases, it is appropriate to set this value separately: For instance, if a step is created, but the operation it represents is queued for a few minutes before it executes, it would be appropriate not to include the time spent queued in its run_duration. PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if one attempts to set a run_duration on a step which already has this field set. - In response: present if previously set; always present on COMPLETE step - In create request: optional - In update request: optional

state string

The initial state is IN_PROGRESS. The only legal state transitions are * IN_PROGRESS -> COMPLETE A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if an invalid transition is requested. It is valid to create Step with a state set to COMPLETE. The state can only be set to COMPLETE once. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if the state is set to COMPLETE multiple times. - In response: always set - In create/update request: optional

stepId string

A unique identifier within a Execution for this Step. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set or overwritten by the caller. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

testExecutionStep TestExecutionStepResponse

An execution of a test runner.

toolExecutionStep ToolExecutionStepResponse

An execution of a tool (used for steps we don't explicitly support).

completion_time TimestampResponse

The time when the step status was set to complete. This value will be set automatically when state transitions to COMPLETE. - In response: set if the execution state is COMPLETE. - In create/update request: never set

creation_time TimestampResponse

The time when the step was created. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

description str

A description of this tool For example: mvn clean package -D skipTests=true - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

device_usage_duration DurationResponse

How much the device resource is used to perform the test. This is the device usage used for billing purpose, which is different from the run_duration, for example, infrastructure failure won't be charged for device usage. PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if one attempts to set a device_usage on a step which already has this field set. - In response: present if previously set. - In create request: optional - In update request: optional

dimension_value Sequence[StepDimensionValueEntryResponse]

If the execution containing this step has any dimension_definition set, then this field allows the child to specify the values of the dimensions. The keys must exactly match the dimension_definition of the execution. For example, if the execution has dimension_definition = ['attempt', 'device'] then a step must define values for those dimensions, eg. dimension_value = ['attempt': '1', 'device': 'Nexus 6'] If a step does not participate in one dimension of the matrix, the value for that dimension should be empty string. For example, if one of the tests is executed by a runner which does not support retries, the step could have dimension_value = ['attempt': '', 'device': 'Nexus 6'] If the step does not participate in any dimensions of the matrix, it may leave dimension_value unset. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if any of the keys do not exist in the dimension_definition of the execution. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if another step in this execution already has the same name and dimension_value, but differs on other data fields, for example, step field is different. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if dimension_value is set, and there is a dimension_definition in the execution which is not specified as one of the keys. - In response: present if set by create - In create request: optional - In update request: never set

has_images bool

Whether any of the outputs of this step are images whose thumbnails can be fetched with ListThumbnails. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

labels Sequence[StepLabelsEntryResponse]

Arbitrary user-supplied key/value pairs that are associated with the step. Users are responsible for managing the key namespace such that keys don't accidentally collide. An INVALID_ARGUMENT will be returned if the number of labels exceeds 100 or if the length of any of the keys or values exceeds 100 characters. - In response: always set - In create request: optional - In update request: optional; any new key/value pair will be added to the map, and any new value for an existing key will update that key's value

multi_step MultiStepResponse

Details when multiple steps are run with the same configuration as a group. These details can be used identify which group this step is part of. It also identifies the groups 'primary step' which indexes all the group members. - In response: present if previously set. - In create request: optional, set iff this step was performed more than once. - In update request: optional

name str

A short human-readable name to display in the UI. Maximum of 100 characters. For example: Clean build A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned upon creating a new step if it shares its name and dimension_value with an existing step. If two steps represent a similar action, but have different dimension values, they should share the same name. For instance, if the same set of tests is run on two different platforms, the two steps should have the same name. - In response: always set - In create request: always set - In update request: never set

outcome OutcomeResponse

Classification of the result, for example into SUCCESS or FAILURE - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

run_duration DurationResponse

How long it took for this step to run. If unset, this is set to the difference between creation_time and completion_time when the step is set to the COMPLETE state. In some cases, it is appropriate to set this value separately: For instance, if a step is created, but the operation it represents is queued for a few minutes before it executes, it would be appropriate not to include the time spent queued in its run_duration. PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if one attempts to set a run_duration on a step which already has this field set. - In response: present if previously set; always present on COMPLETE step - In create request: optional - In update request: optional

state str

The initial state is IN_PROGRESS. The only legal state transitions are * IN_PROGRESS -> COMPLETE A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if an invalid transition is requested. It is valid to create Step with a state set to COMPLETE. The state can only be set to COMPLETE once. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if the state is set to COMPLETE multiple times. - In response: always set - In create/update request: optional

step_id str

A unique identifier within a Execution for this Step. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set or overwritten by the caller. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

test_execution_step TestExecutionStepResponse

An execution of a test runner.

tool_execution_step ToolExecutionStepResponse

An execution of a tool (used for steps we don't explicitly support).

completionTime Property Map

The time when the step status was set to complete. This value will be set automatically when state transitions to COMPLETE. - In response: set if the execution state is COMPLETE. - In create/update request: never set

creationTime Property Map

The time when the step was created. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

description String

A description of this tool For example: mvn clean package -D skipTests=true - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

deviceUsageDuration Property Map

How much the device resource is used to perform the test. This is the device usage used for billing purpose, which is different from the run_duration, for example, infrastructure failure won't be charged for device usage. PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if one attempts to set a device_usage on a step which already has this field set. - In response: present if previously set. - In create request: optional - In update request: optional

dimensionValue List<Property Map>

If the execution containing this step has any dimension_definition set, then this field allows the child to specify the values of the dimensions. The keys must exactly match the dimension_definition of the execution. For example, if the execution has dimension_definition = ['attempt', 'device'] then a step must define values for those dimensions, eg. dimension_value = ['attempt': '1', 'device': 'Nexus 6'] If a step does not participate in one dimension of the matrix, the value for that dimension should be empty string. For example, if one of the tests is executed by a runner which does not support retries, the step could have dimension_value = ['attempt': '', 'device': 'Nexus 6'] If the step does not participate in any dimensions of the matrix, it may leave dimension_value unset. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if any of the keys do not exist in the dimension_definition of the execution. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if another step in this execution already has the same name and dimension_value, but differs on other data fields, for example, step field is different. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if dimension_value is set, and there is a dimension_definition in the execution which is not specified as one of the keys. - In response: present if set by create - In create request: optional - In update request: never set

hasImages Boolean

Whether any of the outputs of this step are images whose thumbnails can be fetched with ListThumbnails. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

labels List<Property Map>

Arbitrary user-supplied key/value pairs that are associated with the step. Users are responsible for managing the key namespace such that keys don't accidentally collide. An INVALID_ARGUMENT will be returned if the number of labels exceeds 100 or if the length of any of the keys or values exceeds 100 characters. - In response: always set - In create request: optional - In update request: optional; any new key/value pair will be added to the map, and any new value for an existing key will update that key's value

multiStep Property Map

Details when multiple steps are run with the same configuration as a group. These details can be used identify which group this step is part of. It also identifies the groups 'primary step' which indexes all the group members. - In response: present if previously set. - In create request: optional, set iff this step was performed more than once. - In update request: optional

name String

A short human-readable name to display in the UI. Maximum of 100 characters. For example: Clean build A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned upon creating a new step if it shares its name and dimension_value with an existing step. If two steps represent a similar action, but have different dimension values, they should share the same name. For instance, if the same set of tests is run on two different platforms, the two steps should have the same name. - In response: always set - In create request: always set - In update request: never set

outcome Property Map

Classification of the result, for example into SUCCESS or FAILURE - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

runDuration Property Map

How long it took for this step to run. If unset, this is set to the difference between creation_time and completion_time when the step is set to the COMPLETE state. In some cases, it is appropriate to set this value separately: For instance, if a step is created, but the operation it represents is queued for a few minutes before it executes, it would be appropriate not to include the time spent queued in its run_duration. PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if one attempts to set a run_duration on a step which already has this field set. - In response: present if previously set; always present on COMPLETE step - In create request: optional - In update request: optional

state String

The initial state is IN_PROGRESS. The only legal state transitions are * IN_PROGRESS -> COMPLETE A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if an invalid transition is requested. It is valid to create Step with a state set to COMPLETE. The state can only be set to COMPLETE once. A PRECONDITION_FAILED will be returned if the state is set to COMPLETE multiple times. - In response: always set - In create/update request: optional

stepId String

A unique identifier within a Execution for this Step. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set or overwritten by the caller. - In response: always set - In create/update request: never set

testExecutionStep Property Map

An execution of a test runner.

toolExecutionStep Property Map

An execution of a tool (used for steps we don't explicitly support).

Supporting Types

AnyResponse

TypeUrl string

A URL/resource name that uniquely identifies the type of the serialized protocol buffer message. This string must contain at least one "/" character. The last segment of the URL's path must represent the fully qualified name of the type (as in path/google.protobuf.Duration). The name should be in a canonical form (e.g., leading "." is not accepted). In practice, teams usually precompile into the binary all types that they expect it to use in the context of Any. However, for URLs which use the scheme http, https, or no scheme, one can optionally set up a type server that maps type URLs to message definitions as follows: * If no scheme is provided, https is assumed. * An HTTP GET on the URL must yield a google.protobuf.Type value in binary format, or produce an error. * Applications are allowed to cache lookup results based on the URL, or have them precompiled into a binary to avoid any lookup. Therefore, binary compatibility needs to be preserved on changes to types. (Use versioned type names to manage breaking changes.) Note: this functionality is not currently available in the official protobuf release, and it is not used for type URLs beginning with type.googleapis.com. Schemes other than http, https (or the empty scheme) might be used with implementation specific semantics.

Value string

Must be a valid serialized protocol buffer of the above specified type.

TypeUrl string

A URL/resource name that uniquely identifies the type of the serialized protocol buffer message. This string must contain at least one "/" character. The last segment of the URL's path must represent the fully qualified name of the type (as in path/google.protobuf.Duration). The name should be in a canonical form (e.g., leading "." is not accepted). In practice, teams usually precompile into the binary all types that they expect it to use in the context of Any. However, for URLs which use the scheme http, https, or no scheme, one can optionally set up a type server that maps type URLs to message definitions as follows: * If no scheme is provided, https is assumed. * An HTTP GET on the URL must yield a google.protobuf.Type value in binary format, or produce an error. * Applications are allowed to cache lookup results based on the URL, or have them precompiled into a binary to avoid any lookup. Therefore, binary compatibility needs to be preserved on changes to types. (Use versioned type names to manage breaking changes.) Note: this functionality is not currently available in the official protobuf release, and it is not used for type URLs beginning with type.googleapis.com. Schemes other than http, https (or the empty scheme) might be used with implementation specific semantics.

Value string

Must be a valid serialized protocol buffer of the above specified type.

typeUrl String

A URL/resource name that uniquely identifies the type of the serialized protocol buffer message. This string must contain at least one "/" character. The last segment of the URL's path must represent the fully qualified name of the type (as in path/google.protobuf.Duration). The name should be in a canonical form (e.g., leading "." is not accepted). In practice, teams usually precompile into the binary all types that they expect it to use in the context of Any. However, for URLs which use the scheme http, https, or no scheme, one can optionally set up a type server that maps type URLs to message definitions as follows: * If no scheme is provided, https is assumed. * An HTTP GET on the URL must yield a google.protobuf.Type value in binary format, or produce an error. * Applications are allowed to cache lookup results based on the URL, or have them precompiled into a binary to avoid any lookup. Therefore, binary compatibility needs to be preserved on changes to types. (Use versioned type names to manage breaking changes.) Note: this functionality is not currently available in the official protobuf release, and it is not used for type URLs beginning with type.googleapis.com. Schemes other than http, https (or the empty scheme) might be used with implementation specific semantics.

value String

Must be a valid serialized protocol buffer of the above specified type.

typeUrl string

A URL/resource name that uniquely identifies the type of the serialized protocol buffer message. This string must contain at least one "/" character. The last segment of the URL's path must represent the fully qualified name of the type (as in path/google.protobuf.Duration). The name should be in a canonical form (e.g., leading "." is not accepted). In practice, teams usually precompile into the binary all types that they expect it to use in the context of Any. However, for URLs which use the scheme http, https, or no scheme, one can optionally set up a type server that maps type URLs to message definitions as follows: * If no scheme is provided, https is assumed. * An HTTP GET on the URL must yield a google.protobuf.Type value in binary format, or produce an error. * Applications are allowed to cache lookup results based on the URL, or have them precompiled into a binary to avoid any lookup. Therefore, binary compatibility needs to be preserved on changes to types. (Use versioned type names to manage breaking changes.) Note: this functionality is not currently available in the official protobuf release, and it is not used for type URLs beginning with type.googleapis.com. Schemes other than http, https (or the empty scheme) might be used with implementation specific semantics.

value string

Must be a valid serialized protocol buffer of the above specified type.

type_url str

A URL/resource name that uniquely identifies the type of the serialized protocol buffer message. This string must contain at least one "/" character. The last segment of the URL's path must represent the fully qualified name of the type (as in path/google.protobuf.Duration). The name should be in a canonical form (e.g., leading "." is not accepted). In practice, teams usually precompile into the binary all types that they expect it to use in the context of Any. However, for URLs which use the scheme http, https, or no scheme, one can optionally set up a type server that maps type URLs to message definitions as follows: * If no scheme is provided, https is assumed. * An HTTP GET on the URL must yield a google.protobuf.Type value in binary format, or produce an error. * Applications are allowed to cache lookup results based on the URL, or have them precompiled into a binary to avoid any lookup. Therefore, binary compatibility needs to be preserved on changes to types. (Use versioned type names to manage breaking changes.) Note: this functionality is not currently available in the official protobuf release, and it is not used for type URLs beginning with type.googleapis.com. Schemes other than http, https (or the empty scheme) might be used with implementation specific semantics.

value str

Must be a valid serialized protocol buffer of the above specified type.

typeUrl String

A URL/resource name that uniquely identifies the type of the serialized protocol buffer message. This string must contain at least one "/" character. The last segment of the URL's path must represent the fully qualified name of the type (as in path/google.protobuf.Duration). The name should be in a canonical form (e.g., leading "." is not accepted). In practice, teams usually precompile into the binary all types that they expect it to use in the context of Any. However, for URLs which use the scheme http, https, or no scheme, one can optionally set up a type server that maps type URLs to message definitions as follows: * If no scheme is provided, https is assumed. * An HTTP GET on the URL must yield a google.protobuf.Type value in binary format, or produce an error. * Applications are allowed to cache lookup results based on the URL, or have them precompiled into a binary to avoid any lookup. Therefore, binary compatibility needs to be preserved on changes to types. (Use versioned type names to manage breaking changes.) Note: this functionality is not currently available in the official protobuf release, and it is not used for type URLs beginning with type.googleapis.com. Schemes other than http, https (or the empty scheme) might be used with implementation specific semantics.

value String

Must be a valid serialized protocol buffer of the above specified type.

DurationResponse

Nanos int

Signed fractions of a second at nanosecond resolution of the span of time. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive or negative nanos field. For durations of one second or more, a non-zero value for the nanos field must be of the same sign as the seconds field. Must be from -999,999,999 to +999,999,999 inclusive.

Seconds string

Signed seconds of the span of time. Must be from -315,576,000,000 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

Signed fractions of a second at nanosecond resolution of the span of time. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive or negative nanos field. For durations of one second or more, a non-zero value for the nanos field must be of the same sign as the seconds field. Must be from -999,999,999 to +999,999,999 inclusive.

Seconds string

Signed seconds of the span of time. Must be from -315,576,000,000 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

Signed fractions of a second at nanosecond resolution of the span of time. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive or negative nanos field. For durations of one second or more, a non-zero value for the nanos field must be of the same sign as the seconds field. Must be from -999,999,999 to +999,999,999 inclusive.

seconds String

Signed seconds of the span of time. Must be from -315,576,000,000 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

Signed fractions of a second at nanosecond resolution of the span of time. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive or negative nanos field. For durations of one second or more, a non-zero value for the nanos field must be of the same sign as the seconds field. Must be from -999,999,999 to +999,999,999 inclusive.

seconds string

Signed seconds of the span of time. Must be from -315,576,000,000 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

Signed fractions of a second at nanosecond resolution of the span of time. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive or negative nanos field. For durations of one second or more, a non-zero value for the nanos field must be of the same sign as the seconds field. Must be from -999,999,999 to +999,999,999 inclusive.

seconds str

Signed seconds of the span of time. Must be from -315,576,000,000 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

Signed fractions of a second at nanosecond resolution of the span of time. Durations less than one second are represented with a 0 seconds field and a positive or negative nanos field. For durations of one second or more, a non-zero value for the nanos field must be of the same sign as the seconds field. Must be from -999,999,999 to +999,999,999 inclusive.

seconds String

Signed seconds of the span of time. Must be from -315,576,000,000 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

FailureDetailResponse

Crashed bool

If the failure was severe because the system (app) under test crashed.

DeviceOutOfMemory bool

If the device ran out of memory during a test, causing the test to crash.

FailedRoboscript bool

If the Roboscript failed to complete successfully, e.g., because a Roboscript action or assertion failed or a Roboscript action could not be matched during the entire crawl.

NotInstalled bool

If an app is not installed and thus no test can be run with the app. This might be caused by trying to run a test on an unsupported platform.

OtherNativeCrash bool

If a native process (including any other than the app) crashed.

TimedOut bool

If the test overran some time limit, and that is why it failed.

UnableToCrawl bool

If the robo was unable to crawl the app; perhaps because the app did not start.

Crashed bool

If the failure was severe because the system (app) under test crashed.

DeviceOutOfMemory bool

If the device ran out of memory during a test, causing the test to crash.

FailedRoboscript bool

If the Roboscript failed to complete successfully, e.g., because a Roboscript action or assertion failed or a Roboscript action could not be matched during the entire crawl.

NotInstalled bool

If an app is not installed and thus no test can be run with the app. This might be caused by trying to run a test on an unsupported platform.

OtherNativeCrash bool

If a native process (including any other than the app) crashed.

TimedOut bool

If the test overran some time limit, and that is why it failed.

UnableToCrawl bool

If the robo was unable to crawl the app; perhaps because the app did not start.

crashed Boolean

If the failure was severe because the system (app) under test crashed.

deviceOutOfMemory Boolean

If the device ran out of memory during a test, causing the test to crash.

failedRoboscript Boolean

If the Roboscript failed to complete successfully, e.g., because a Roboscript action or assertion failed or a Roboscript action could not be matched during the entire crawl.

notInstalled Boolean

If an app is not installed and thus no test can be run with the app. This might be caused by trying to run a test on an unsupported platform.

otherNativeCrash Boolean

If a native process (including any other than the app) crashed.

timedOut Boolean

If the test overran some time limit, and that is why it failed.

unableToCrawl Boolean

If the robo was unable to crawl the app; perhaps because the app did not start.

crashed boolean

If the failure was severe because the system (app) under test crashed.

deviceOutOfMemory boolean

If the device ran out of memory during a test, causing the test to crash.

failedRoboscript boolean

If the Roboscript failed to complete successfully, e.g., because a Roboscript action or assertion failed or a Roboscript action could not be matched during the entire crawl.

notInstalled boolean

If an app is not installed and thus no test can be run with the app. This might be caused by trying to run a test on an unsupported platform.

otherNativeCrash boolean

If a native process (including any other than the app) crashed.

timedOut boolean

If the test overran some time limit, and that is why it failed.

unableToCrawl boolean

If the robo was unable to crawl the app; perhaps because the app did not start.

crashed bool

If the failure was severe because the system (app) under test crashed.

device_out_of_memory bool

If the device ran out of memory during a test, causing the test to crash.

failed_roboscript bool

If the Roboscript failed to complete successfully, e.g., because a Roboscript action or assertion failed or a Roboscript action could not be matched during the entire crawl.

not_installed bool

If an app is not installed and thus no test can be run with the app. This might be caused by trying to run a test on an unsupported platform.

other_native_crash bool

If a native process (including any other than the app) crashed.

timed_out bool

If the test overran some time limit, and that is why it failed.

unable_to_crawl bool

If the robo was unable to crawl the app; perhaps because the app did not start.

crashed Boolean

If the failure was severe because the system (app) under test crashed.

deviceOutOfMemory Boolean

If the device ran out of memory during a test, causing the test to crash.

failedRoboscript Boolean

If the Roboscript failed to complete successfully, e.g., because a Roboscript action or assertion failed or a Roboscript action could not be matched during the entire crawl.

notInstalled Boolean

If an app is not installed and thus no test can be run with the app. This might be caused by trying to run a test on an unsupported platform.

otherNativeCrash Boolean

If a native process (including any other than the app) crashed.

timedOut Boolean

If the test overran some time limit, and that is why it failed.

unableToCrawl Boolean

If the robo was unable to crawl the app; perhaps because the app did not start.

FileReferenceResponse

FileUri string

The URI of a file stored in Google Cloud Storage. For example: http://storage.googleapis.com/mybucket/path/to/test.xml or in gsutil format: gs://mybucket/path/to/test.xml with version-specific info, gs://mybucket/path/to/test.xml#1360383693690000 An INVALID_ARGUMENT error will be returned if the URI format is not supported. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

FileUri string

The URI of a file stored in Google Cloud Storage. For example: http://storage.googleapis.com/mybucket/path/to/test.xml or in gsutil format: gs://mybucket/path/to/test.xml with version-specific info, gs://mybucket/path/to/test.xml#1360383693690000 An INVALID_ARGUMENT error will be returned if the URI format is not supported. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

fileUri String

The URI of a file stored in Google Cloud Storage. For example: http://storage.googleapis.com/mybucket/path/to/test.xml or in gsutil format: gs://mybucket/path/to/test.xml with version-specific info, gs://mybucket/path/to/test.xml#1360383693690000 An INVALID_ARGUMENT error will be returned if the URI format is not supported. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

fileUri string

The URI of a file stored in Google Cloud Storage. For example: http://storage.googleapis.com/mybucket/path/to/test.xml or in gsutil format: gs://mybucket/path/to/test.xml with version-specific info, gs://mybucket/path/to/test.xml#1360383693690000 An INVALID_ARGUMENT error will be returned if the URI format is not supported. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

file_uri str

The URI of a file stored in Google Cloud Storage. For example: http://storage.googleapis.com/mybucket/path/to/test.xml or in gsutil format: gs://mybucket/path/to/test.xml with version-specific info, gs://mybucket/path/to/test.xml#1360383693690000 An INVALID_ARGUMENT error will be returned if the URI format is not supported. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

fileUri String

The URI of a file stored in Google Cloud Storage. For example: http://storage.googleapis.com/mybucket/path/to/test.xml or in gsutil format: gs://mybucket/path/to/test.xml with version-specific info, gs://mybucket/path/to/test.xml#1360383693690000 An INVALID_ARGUMENT error will be returned if the URI format is not supported. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

InconclusiveDetailResponse

AbortedByUser bool

If the end user aborted the test execution before a pass or fail could be determined. For example, the user pressed ctrl-c which sent a kill signal to the test runner while the test was running.

HasErrorLogs bool

If results are being provided to the user in certain cases of infrastructure failures

InfrastructureFailure bool

If the test runner could not determine success or failure because the test depends on a component other than the system under test which failed. For example, a mobile test requires provisioning a device where the test executes, and that provisioning can fail.

AbortedByUser bool

If the end user aborted the test execution before a pass or fail could be determined. For example, the user pressed ctrl-c which sent a kill signal to the test runner while the test was running.

HasErrorLogs bool

If results are being provided to the user in certain cases of infrastructure failures

InfrastructureFailure bool

If the test runner could not determine success or failure because the test depends on a component other than the system under test which failed. For example, a mobile test requires provisioning a device where the test executes, and that provisioning can fail.

abortedByUser Boolean

If the end user aborted the test execution before a pass or fail could be determined. For example, the user pressed ctrl-c which sent a kill signal to the test runner while the test was running.

hasErrorLogs Boolean

If results are being provided to the user in certain cases of infrastructure failures

infrastructureFailure Boolean

If the test runner could not determine success or failure because the test depends on a component other than the system under test which failed. For example, a mobile test requires provisioning a device where the test executes, and that provisioning can fail.

abortedByUser boolean

If the end user aborted the test execution before a pass or fail could be determined. For example, the user pressed ctrl-c which sent a kill signal to the test runner while the test was running.

hasErrorLogs boolean

If results are being provided to the user in certain cases of infrastructure failures

infrastructureFailure boolean

If the test runner could not determine success or failure because the test depends on a component other than the system under test which failed. For example, a mobile test requires provisioning a device where the test executes, and that provisioning can fail.

aborted_by_user bool

If the end user aborted the test execution before a pass or fail could be determined. For example, the user pressed ctrl-c which sent a kill signal to the test runner while the test was running.

has_error_logs bool

If results are being provided to the user in certain cases of infrastructure failures

infrastructure_failure bool

If the test runner could not determine success or failure because the test depends on a component other than the system under test which failed. For example, a mobile test requires provisioning a device where the test executes, and that provisioning can fail.

abortedByUser Boolean

If the end user aborted the test execution before a pass or fail could be determined. For example, the user pressed ctrl-c which sent a kill signal to the test runner while the test was running.

hasErrorLogs Boolean

If results are being provided to the user in certain cases of infrastructure failures

infrastructureFailure Boolean

If the test runner could not determine success or failure because the test depends on a component other than the system under test which failed. For example, a mobile test requires provisioning a device where the test executes, and that provisioning can fail.

IndividualOutcomeResponse

MultistepNumber int

Unique int given to each step. Ranges from 0(inclusive) to total number of steps(exclusive). The primary step is 0.

OutcomeSummary string
RunDuration Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.DurationResponse

How long it took for this step to run.

StepId string
MultistepNumber int

Unique int given to each step. Ranges from 0(inclusive) to total number of steps(exclusive). The primary step is 0.

OutcomeSummary string
RunDuration DurationResponse

How long it took for this step to run.

StepId string
multistepNumber Integer

Unique int given to each step. Ranges from 0(inclusive) to total number of steps(exclusive). The primary step is 0.

outcomeSummary String
runDuration DurationResponse

How long it took for this step to run.

stepId String
multistepNumber number

Unique int given to each step. Ranges from 0(inclusive) to total number of steps(exclusive). The primary step is 0.

outcomeSummary string
runDuration DurationResponse

How long it took for this step to run.

stepId string
multistep_number int

Unique int given to each step. Ranges from 0(inclusive) to total number of steps(exclusive). The primary step is 0.

outcome_summary str
run_duration DurationResponse

How long it took for this step to run.

step_id str
multistepNumber Number

Unique int given to each step. Ranges from 0(inclusive) to total number of steps(exclusive). The primary step is 0.

outcomeSummary String
runDuration Property Map

How long it took for this step to run.

stepId String

MultiStepResponse

MultistepNumber int

Unique int given to each step. Ranges from 0(inclusive) to total number of steps(exclusive). The primary step is 0.

PrimaryStep Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.PrimaryStepResponse

Present if it is a primary (original) step.

PrimaryStepId string

Step Id of the primary (original) step, which might be this step.

MultistepNumber int

Unique int given to each step. Ranges from 0(inclusive) to total number of steps(exclusive). The primary step is 0.

PrimaryStep PrimaryStepResponse

Present if it is a primary (original) step.

PrimaryStepId string

Step Id of the primary (original) step, which might be this step.

multistepNumber Integer

Unique int given to each step. Ranges from 0(inclusive) to total number of steps(exclusive). The primary step is 0.

primaryStep PrimaryStepResponse

Present if it is a primary (original) step.

primaryStepId String

Step Id of the primary (original) step, which might be this step.

multistepNumber number

Unique int given to each step. Ranges from 0(inclusive) to total number of steps(exclusive). The primary step is 0.

primaryStep PrimaryStepResponse

Present if it is a primary (original) step.

primaryStepId string

Step Id of the primary (original) step, which might be this step.

multistep_number int

Unique int given to each step. Ranges from 0(inclusive) to total number of steps(exclusive). The primary step is 0.

primary_step PrimaryStepResponse

Present if it is a primary (original) step.

primary_step_id str

Step Id of the primary (original) step, which might be this step.

multistepNumber Number

Unique int given to each step. Ranges from 0(inclusive) to total number of steps(exclusive). The primary step is 0.

primaryStep Property Map

Present if it is a primary (original) step.

primaryStepId String

Step Id of the primary (original) step, which might be this step.

OutcomeResponse

FailureDetail Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.FailureDetailResponse

More information about a FAILURE outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not FAILURE. Optional

InconclusiveDetail Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.InconclusiveDetailResponse

More information about an INCONCLUSIVE outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not INCONCLUSIVE. Optional

SkippedDetail Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.SkippedDetailResponse

More information about a SKIPPED outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not SKIPPED. Optional

SuccessDetail Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.SuccessDetailResponse

More information about a SUCCESS outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not SUCCESS. Optional

Summary string

The simplest way to interpret a result. Required

FailureDetail FailureDetailResponse

More information about a FAILURE outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not FAILURE. Optional

InconclusiveDetail InconclusiveDetailResponse

More information about an INCONCLUSIVE outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not INCONCLUSIVE. Optional

SkippedDetail SkippedDetailResponse

More information about a SKIPPED outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not SKIPPED. Optional

SuccessDetail SuccessDetailResponse

More information about a SUCCESS outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not SUCCESS. Optional

Summary string

The simplest way to interpret a result. Required

failureDetail FailureDetailResponse

More information about a FAILURE outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not FAILURE. Optional

inconclusiveDetail InconclusiveDetailResponse

More information about an INCONCLUSIVE outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not INCONCLUSIVE. Optional

skippedDetail SkippedDetailResponse

More information about a SKIPPED outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not SKIPPED. Optional

successDetail SuccessDetailResponse

More information about a SUCCESS outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not SUCCESS. Optional

summary String

The simplest way to interpret a result. Required

failureDetail FailureDetailResponse

More information about a FAILURE outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not FAILURE. Optional

inconclusiveDetail InconclusiveDetailResponse

More information about an INCONCLUSIVE outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not INCONCLUSIVE. Optional

skippedDetail SkippedDetailResponse

More information about a SKIPPED outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not SKIPPED. Optional

successDetail SuccessDetailResponse

More information about a SUCCESS outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not SUCCESS. Optional

summary string

The simplest way to interpret a result. Required

failure_detail FailureDetailResponse

More information about a FAILURE outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not FAILURE. Optional

inconclusive_detail InconclusiveDetailResponse

More information about an INCONCLUSIVE outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not INCONCLUSIVE. Optional

skipped_detail SkippedDetailResponse

More information about a SKIPPED outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not SKIPPED. Optional

success_detail SuccessDetailResponse

More information about a SUCCESS outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not SUCCESS. Optional

summary str

The simplest way to interpret a result. Required

failureDetail Property Map

More information about a FAILURE outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not FAILURE. Optional

inconclusiveDetail Property Map

More information about an INCONCLUSIVE outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not INCONCLUSIVE. Optional

skippedDetail Property Map

More information about a SKIPPED outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not SKIPPED. Optional

successDetail Property Map

More information about a SUCCESS outcome. Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if this field is set but the summary is not SUCCESS. Optional

summary String

The simplest way to interpret a result. Required

PrimaryStepResponse

IndividualOutcome List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.IndividualOutcomeResponse>

Step Id and outcome of each individual step.

RollUp string

Rollup test status of multiple steps that were run with the same configuration as a group.

IndividualOutcome []IndividualOutcomeResponse

Step Id and outcome of each individual step.

RollUp string

Rollup test status of multiple steps that were run with the same configuration as a group.

individualOutcome List<IndividualOutcomeResponse>

Step Id and outcome of each individual step.

rollUp String

Rollup test status of multiple steps that were run with the same configuration as a group.

individualOutcome IndividualOutcomeResponse[]

Step Id and outcome of each individual step.

rollUp string

Rollup test status of multiple steps that were run with the same configuration as a group.

individual_outcome Sequence[IndividualOutcomeResponse]

Step Id and outcome of each individual step.

roll_up str

Rollup test status of multiple steps that were run with the same configuration as a group.

individualOutcome List<Property Map>

Step Id and outcome of each individual step.

rollUp String

Rollup test status of multiple steps that were run with the same configuration as a group.

SkippedDetailResponse

IncompatibleAppVersion bool

If the App doesn't support the specific API level.

IncompatibleArchitecture bool

If the App doesn't run on the specific architecture, for example, x86.

IncompatibleDevice bool

If the requested OS version doesn't run on the specific device model.

IncompatibleAppVersion bool

If the App doesn't support the specific API level.

IncompatibleArchitecture bool

If the App doesn't run on the specific architecture, for example, x86.

IncompatibleDevice bool

If the requested OS version doesn't run on the specific device model.

incompatibleAppVersion Boolean

If the App doesn't support the specific API level.

incompatibleArchitecture Boolean

If the App doesn't run on the specific architecture, for example, x86.

incompatibleDevice Boolean

If the requested OS version doesn't run on the specific device model.

incompatibleAppVersion boolean

If the App doesn't support the specific API level.

incompatibleArchitecture boolean

If the App doesn't run on the specific architecture, for example, x86.

incompatibleDevice boolean

If the requested OS version doesn't run on the specific device model.

incompatible_app_version bool

If the App doesn't support the specific API level.

incompatible_architecture bool

If the App doesn't run on the specific architecture, for example, x86.

incompatible_device bool

If the requested OS version doesn't run on the specific device model.

incompatibleAppVersion Boolean

If the App doesn't support the specific API level.

incompatibleArchitecture Boolean

If the App doesn't run on the specific architecture, for example, x86.

incompatibleDevice Boolean

If the requested OS version doesn't run on the specific device model.

StackTraceResponse

Exception string

The stack trace message. Required

Exception string

The stack trace message. Required

exception String

The stack trace message. Required

exception string

The stack trace message. Required

exception str

The stack trace message. Required

exception String

The stack trace message. Required

StepDimensionValueEntryResponse

Key string
Value string
Key string
Value string
key String
value String
key string
value string
key str
value str
key String
value String

StepLabelsEntryResponse

Key string
Value string
Key string
Value string
key String
value String
key string
value string
key str
value str
key String
value String

SuccessDetailResponse

OtherNativeCrash bool

If a native process other than the app crashed.

OtherNativeCrash bool

If a native process other than the app crashed.

otherNativeCrash Boolean

If a native process other than the app crashed.

otherNativeCrash boolean

If a native process other than the app crashed.

other_native_crash bool

If a native process other than the app crashed.

otherNativeCrash Boolean

If a native process other than the app crashed.

TestCaseReferenceResponse

ClassName string

The name of the class.

Name string

The name of the test case. Required.

TestSuiteName string

The name of the test suite to which this test case belongs.

ClassName string

The name of the class.

Name string

The name of the test case. Required.

TestSuiteName string

The name of the test suite to which this test case belongs.

className String

The name of the class.

name String

The name of the test case. Required.

testSuiteName String

The name of the test suite to which this test case belongs.

className string

The name of the class.

name string

The name of the test case. Required.

testSuiteName string

The name of the test suite to which this test case belongs.

class_name str

The name of the class.

name str

The name of the test case. Required.

test_suite_name str

The name of the test suite to which this test case belongs.

className String

The name of the class.

name String

The name of the test case. Required.

testSuiteName String

The name of the test suite to which this test case belongs.

TestExecutionStepResponse

TestIssues List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.TestIssueResponse>

Issues observed during the test execution. For example, if the mobile app under test crashed during the test, the error message and the stack trace content can be recorded here to assist debugging. - In response: present if set by create or update - In create/update request: optional

TestSuiteOverviews List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.TestSuiteOverviewResponse>

List of test suite overview contents. This could be parsed from xUnit XML log by server, or uploaded directly by user. This references should only be called when test suites are fully parsed or uploaded. The maximum allowed number of test suite overviews per step is 1000. - In response: always set - In create request: optional - In update request: never (use publishXunitXmlFiles custom method instead)

TestTiming Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.TestTimingResponse

The timing break down of the test execution. - In response: present if set by create or update - In create/update request: optional

ToolExecution Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.ToolExecutionResponse

Represents the execution of the test runner. The exit code of this tool will be used to determine if the test passed. - In response: always set - In create/update request: optional

TestIssues []TestIssueResponse

Issues observed during the test execution. For example, if the mobile app under test crashed during the test, the error message and the stack trace content can be recorded here to assist debugging. - In response: present if set by create or update - In create/update request: optional

TestSuiteOverviews []TestSuiteOverviewResponse

List of test suite overview contents. This could be parsed from xUnit XML log by server, or uploaded directly by user. This references should only be called when test suites are fully parsed or uploaded. The maximum allowed number of test suite overviews per step is 1000. - In response: always set - In create request: optional - In update request: never (use publishXunitXmlFiles custom method instead)

TestTiming TestTimingResponse

The timing break down of the test execution. - In response: present if set by create or update - In create/update request: optional

ToolExecution ToolExecutionResponse

Represents the execution of the test runner. The exit code of this tool will be used to determine if the test passed. - In response: always set - In create/update request: optional

testIssues List<TestIssueResponse>

Issues observed during the test execution. For example, if the mobile app under test crashed during the test, the error message and the stack trace content can be recorded here to assist debugging. - In response: present if set by create or update - In create/update request: optional

testSuiteOverviews List<TestSuiteOverviewResponse>

List of test suite overview contents. This could be parsed from xUnit XML log by server, or uploaded directly by user. This references should only be called when test suites are fully parsed or uploaded. The maximum allowed number of test suite overviews per step is 1000. - In response: always set - In create request: optional - In update request: never (use publishXunitXmlFiles custom method instead)

testTiming TestTimingResponse

The timing break down of the test execution. - In response: present if set by create or update - In create/update request: optional

toolExecution ToolExecutionResponse

Represents the execution of the test runner. The exit code of this tool will be used to determine if the test passed. - In response: always set - In create/update request: optional

testIssues TestIssueResponse[]

Issues observed during the test execution. For example, if the mobile app under test crashed during the test, the error message and the stack trace content can be recorded here to assist debugging. - In response: present if set by create or update - In create/update request: optional

testSuiteOverviews TestSuiteOverviewResponse[]

List of test suite overview contents. This could be parsed from xUnit XML log by server, or uploaded directly by user. This references should only be called when test suites are fully parsed or uploaded. The maximum allowed number of test suite overviews per step is 1000. - In response: always set - In create request: optional - In update request: never (use publishXunitXmlFiles custom method instead)

testTiming TestTimingResponse

The timing break down of the test execution. - In response: present if set by create or update - In create/update request: optional

toolExecution ToolExecutionResponse

Represents the execution of the test runner. The exit code of this tool will be used to determine if the test passed. - In response: always set - In create/update request: optional

test_issues Sequence[TestIssueResponse]

Issues observed during the test execution. For example, if the mobile app under test crashed during the test, the error message and the stack trace content can be recorded here to assist debugging. - In response: present if set by create or update - In create/update request: optional

test_suite_overviews Sequence[TestSuiteOverviewResponse]

List of test suite overview contents. This could be parsed from xUnit XML log by server, or uploaded directly by user. This references should only be called when test suites are fully parsed or uploaded. The maximum allowed number of test suite overviews per step is 1000. - In response: always set - In create request: optional - In update request: never (use publishXunitXmlFiles custom method instead)

test_timing TestTimingResponse

The timing break down of the test execution. - In response: present if set by create or update - In create/update request: optional

tool_execution ToolExecutionResponse

Represents the execution of the test runner. The exit code of this tool will be used to determine if the test passed. - In response: always set - In create/update request: optional

testIssues List<Property Map>

Issues observed during the test execution. For example, if the mobile app under test crashed during the test, the error message and the stack trace content can be recorded here to assist debugging. - In response: present if set by create or update - In create/update request: optional

testSuiteOverviews List<Property Map>

List of test suite overview contents. This could be parsed from xUnit XML log by server, or uploaded directly by user. This references should only be called when test suites are fully parsed or uploaded. The maximum allowed number of test suite overviews per step is 1000. - In response: always set - In create request: optional - In update request: never (use publishXunitXmlFiles custom method instead)

testTiming Property Map

The timing break down of the test execution. - In response: present if set by create or update - In create/update request: optional

toolExecution Property Map

Represents the execution of the test runner. The exit code of this tool will be used to determine if the test passed. - In response: always set - In create/update request: optional

TestIssueResponse

Category string

Category of issue. Required.

ErrorMessage string

A brief human-readable message describing the issue. Required.

Severity string

Severity of issue. Required.

StackTrace Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.StackTraceResponse

Deprecated in favor of stack trace fields inside specific warnings.

Deprecated:

Deprecated in favor of stack trace fields inside specific warnings.

Type string

Type of issue. Required.

Warning Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.AnyResponse

Warning message with additional details of the issue. Should always be a message from com.google.devtools.toolresults.v1.warnings

Category string

Category of issue. Required.

ErrorMessage string

A brief human-readable message describing the issue. Required.

Severity string

Severity of issue. Required.

StackTrace StackTraceResponse

Deprecated in favor of stack trace fields inside specific warnings.

Deprecated:

Deprecated in favor of stack trace fields inside specific warnings.

Type string

Type of issue. Required.

Warning AnyResponse

Warning message with additional details of the issue. Should always be a message from com.google.devtools.toolresults.v1.warnings

category String

Category of issue. Required.

errorMessage String

A brief human-readable message describing the issue. Required.

severity String

Severity of issue. Required.

stackTrace StackTraceResponse

Deprecated in favor of stack trace fields inside specific warnings.

Deprecated:

Deprecated in favor of stack trace fields inside specific warnings.

type String

Type of issue. Required.

warning AnyResponse

Warning message with additional details of the issue. Should always be a message from com.google.devtools.toolresults.v1.warnings

category string

Category of issue. Required.

errorMessage string

A brief human-readable message describing the issue. Required.

severity string

Severity of issue. Required.

stackTrace StackTraceResponse

Deprecated in favor of stack trace fields inside specific warnings.

Deprecated:

Deprecated in favor of stack trace fields inside specific warnings.

type string

Type of issue. Required.

warning AnyResponse

Warning message with additional details of the issue. Should always be a message from com.google.devtools.toolresults.v1.warnings

category str

Category of issue. Required.

error_message str

A brief human-readable message describing the issue. Required.

severity str

Severity of issue. Required.

stack_trace StackTraceResponse

Deprecated in favor of stack trace fields inside specific warnings.

Deprecated:

Deprecated in favor of stack trace fields inside specific warnings.

type str

Type of issue. Required.

warning AnyResponse

Warning message with additional details of the issue. Should always be a message from com.google.devtools.toolresults.v1.warnings

category String

Category of issue. Required.

errorMessage String

A brief human-readable message describing the issue. Required.

severity String

Severity of issue. Required.

stackTrace Property Map

Deprecated in favor of stack trace fields inside specific warnings.

Deprecated:

Deprecated in favor of stack trace fields inside specific warnings.

type String

Type of issue. Required.

warning Property Map

Warning message with additional details of the issue. Should always be a message from com.google.devtools.toolresults.v1.warnings

TestSuiteOverviewResponse

ElapsedTime Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.DurationResponse

Elapsed time of test suite.

ErrorCount int

Number of test cases in error, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

FailureCount int

Number of failed test cases, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. May also be set by the user. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

FlakyCount int

Number of flaky test cases, set by the service by rolling up flaky test attempts. Present only for rollup test suite overview at environment level. A step cannot have flaky test cases.

Name string

The name of the test suite. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

SkippedCount int

Number of test cases not run, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

TotalCount int

Number of test cases, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

XmlSource Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.FileReferenceResponse

If this test suite was parsed from XML, this is the URI where the original XML file is stored. Note: Multiple test suites can share the same xml_source Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if the uri format is not supported. - In create/response: optional - In update request: never

ElapsedTime DurationResponse

Elapsed time of test suite.

ErrorCount int

Number of test cases in error, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

FailureCount int

Number of failed test cases, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. May also be set by the user. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

FlakyCount int

Number of flaky test cases, set by the service by rolling up flaky test attempts. Present only for rollup test suite overview at environment level. A step cannot have flaky test cases.

Name string

The name of the test suite. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

SkippedCount int

Number of test cases not run, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

TotalCount int

Number of test cases, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

XmlSource FileReferenceResponse

If this test suite was parsed from XML, this is the URI where the original XML file is stored. Note: Multiple test suites can share the same xml_source Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if the uri format is not supported. - In create/response: optional - In update request: never

elapsedTime DurationResponse

Elapsed time of test suite.

errorCount Integer

Number of test cases in error, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

failureCount Integer

Number of failed test cases, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. May also be set by the user. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

flakyCount Integer

Number of flaky test cases, set by the service by rolling up flaky test attempts. Present only for rollup test suite overview at environment level. A step cannot have flaky test cases.

name String

The name of the test suite. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

skippedCount Integer

Number of test cases not run, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

totalCount Integer

Number of test cases, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

xmlSource FileReferenceResponse

If this test suite was parsed from XML, this is the URI where the original XML file is stored. Note: Multiple test suites can share the same xml_source Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if the uri format is not supported. - In create/response: optional - In update request: never

elapsedTime DurationResponse

Elapsed time of test suite.

errorCount number

Number of test cases in error, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

failureCount number

Number of failed test cases, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. May also be set by the user. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

flakyCount number

Number of flaky test cases, set by the service by rolling up flaky test attempts. Present only for rollup test suite overview at environment level. A step cannot have flaky test cases.

name string

The name of the test suite. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

skippedCount number

Number of test cases not run, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

totalCount number

Number of test cases, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

xmlSource FileReferenceResponse

If this test suite was parsed from XML, this is the URI where the original XML file is stored. Note: Multiple test suites can share the same xml_source Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if the uri format is not supported. - In create/response: optional - In update request: never

elapsed_time DurationResponse

Elapsed time of test suite.

error_count int

Number of test cases in error, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

failure_count int

Number of failed test cases, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. May also be set by the user. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

flaky_count int

Number of flaky test cases, set by the service by rolling up flaky test attempts. Present only for rollup test suite overview at environment level. A step cannot have flaky test cases.

name str

The name of the test suite. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

skipped_count int

Number of test cases not run, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

total_count int

Number of test cases, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

xml_source FileReferenceResponse

If this test suite was parsed from XML, this is the URI where the original XML file is stored. Note: Multiple test suites can share the same xml_source Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if the uri format is not supported. - In create/response: optional - In update request: never

elapsedTime Property Map

Elapsed time of test suite.

errorCount Number

Number of test cases in error, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

failureCount Number

Number of failed test cases, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. May also be set by the user. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

flakyCount Number

Number of flaky test cases, set by the service by rolling up flaky test attempts. Present only for rollup test suite overview at environment level. A step cannot have flaky test cases.

name String

The name of the test suite. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

skippedCount Number

Number of test cases not run, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

totalCount Number

Number of test cases, typically set by the service by parsing the xml_source. - In create/response: always set - In update request: never

xmlSource Property Map

If this test suite was parsed from XML, this is the URI where the original XML file is stored. Note: Multiple test suites can share the same xml_source Returns INVALID_ARGUMENT if the uri format is not supported. - In create/response: optional - In update request: never

TestTimingResponse

TestProcessDuration Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.DurationResponse

How long it took to run the test process. - In response: present if previously set. - In create/update request: optional

TestProcessDuration DurationResponse

How long it took to run the test process. - In response: present if previously set. - In create/update request: optional

testProcessDuration DurationResponse

How long it took to run the test process. - In response: present if previously set. - In create/update request: optional

testProcessDuration DurationResponse

How long it took to run the test process. - In response: present if previously set. - In create/update request: optional

test_process_duration DurationResponse

How long it took to run the test process. - In response: present if previously set. - In create/update request: optional

testProcessDuration Property Map

How long it took to run the test process. - In response: present if previously set. - In create/update request: optional

TimestampResponse

Nanos int

Non-negative fractions of a second at nanosecond resolution. Negative second values with fractions must still have non-negative nanos values that count forward in time. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

Seconds string

Represents seconds of UTC time since Unix epoch 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z. Must be from 0001-01-01T00:00:00Z to 9999-12-31T23:59:59Z inclusive.

Nanos int

Non-negative fractions of a second at nanosecond resolution. Negative second values with fractions must still have non-negative nanos values that count forward in time. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

Seconds string

Represents seconds of UTC time since Unix epoch 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z. Must be from 0001-01-01T00:00:00Z to 9999-12-31T23:59:59Z inclusive.

nanos Integer

Non-negative fractions of a second at nanosecond resolution. Negative second values with fractions must still have non-negative nanos values that count forward in time. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

seconds String

Represents seconds of UTC time since Unix epoch 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z. Must be from 0001-01-01T00:00:00Z to 9999-12-31T23:59:59Z inclusive.

nanos number

Non-negative fractions of a second at nanosecond resolution. Negative second values with fractions must still have non-negative nanos values that count forward in time. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

seconds string

Represents seconds of UTC time since Unix epoch 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z. Must be from 0001-01-01T00:00:00Z to 9999-12-31T23:59:59Z inclusive.

nanos int

Non-negative fractions of a second at nanosecond resolution. Negative second values with fractions must still have non-negative nanos values that count forward in time. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

seconds str

Represents seconds of UTC time since Unix epoch 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z. Must be from 0001-01-01T00:00:00Z to 9999-12-31T23:59:59Z inclusive.

nanos Number

Non-negative fractions of a second at nanosecond resolution. Negative second values with fractions must still have non-negative nanos values that count forward in time. Must be from 0 to 999,999,999 inclusive.

seconds String

Represents seconds of UTC time since Unix epoch 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z. Must be from 0001-01-01T00:00:00Z to 9999-12-31T23:59:59Z inclusive.

ToolExecutionResponse

CommandLineArguments List<string>

The full tokenized command line including the program name (equivalent to argv in a C program). - In response: present if set by create request - In create request: optional - In update request: never set

ExitCode Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.ToolExitCodeResponse

Tool execution exit code. This field will be set once the tool has exited. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, a FAILED_PRECONDITION error will be returned if an exit_code is already set.

ToolLogs List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.FileReferenceResponse>

References to any plain text logs output the tool execution. This field can be set before the tool has exited in order to be able to have access to a live view of the logs while the tool is running. The maximum allowed number of tool logs per step is 1000. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, any value provided will be appended to the existing list

ToolOutputs List<Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.ToolOutputReferenceResponse>

References to opaque files of any format output by the tool execution. The maximum allowed number of tool outputs per step is 1000. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, any value provided will be appended to the existing list

CommandLineArguments []string

The full tokenized command line including the program name (equivalent to argv in a C program). - In response: present if set by create request - In create request: optional - In update request: never set

ExitCode ToolExitCodeResponse

Tool execution exit code. This field will be set once the tool has exited. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, a FAILED_PRECONDITION error will be returned if an exit_code is already set.

ToolLogs []FileReferenceResponse

References to any plain text logs output the tool execution. This field can be set before the tool has exited in order to be able to have access to a live view of the logs while the tool is running. The maximum allowed number of tool logs per step is 1000. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, any value provided will be appended to the existing list

ToolOutputs []ToolOutputReferenceResponse

References to opaque files of any format output by the tool execution. The maximum allowed number of tool outputs per step is 1000. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, any value provided will be appended to the existing list

commandLineArguments List<String>

The full tokenized command line including the program name (equivalent to argv in a C program). - In response: present if set by create request - In create request: optional - In update request: never set

exitCode ToolExitCodeResponse

Tool execution exit code. This field will be set once the tool has exited. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, a FAILED_PRECONDITION error will be returned if an exit_code is already set.

toolLogs List<FileReferenceResponse>

References to any plain text logs output the tool execution. This field can be set before the tool has exited in order to be able to have access to a live view of the logs while the tool is running. The maximum allowed number of tool logs per step is 1000. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, any value provided will be appended to the existing list

toolOutputs List<ToolOutputReferenceResponse>

References to opaque files of any format output by the tool execution. The maximum allowed number of tool outputs per step is 1000. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, any value provided will be appended to the existing list

commandLineArguments string[]

The full tokenized command line including the program name (equivalent to argv in a C program). - In response: present if set by create request - In create request: optional - In update request: never set

exitCode ToolExitCodeResponse

Tool execution exit code. This field will be set once the tool has exited. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, a FAILED_PRECONDITION error will be returned if an exit_code is already set.

toolLogs FileReferenceResponse[]

References to any plain text logs output the tool execution. This field can be set before the tool has exited in order to be able to have access to a live view of the logs while the tool is running. The maximum allowed number of tool logs per step is 1000. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, any value provided will be appended to the existing list

toolOutputs ToolOutputReferenceResponse[]

References to opaque files of any format output by the tool execution. The maximum allowed number of tool outputs per step is 1000. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, any value provided will be appended to the existing list

command_line_arguments Sequence[str]

The full tokenized command line including the program name (equivalent to argv in a C program). - In response: present if set by create request - In create request: optional - In update request: never set

exit_code ToolExitCodeResponse

Tool execution exit code. This field will be set once the tool has exited. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, a FAILED_PRECONDITION error will be returned if an exit_code is already set.

tool_logs Sequence[FileReferenceResponse]

References to any plain text logs output the tool execution. This field can be set before the tool has exited in order to be able to have access to a live view of the logs while the tool is running. The maximum allowed number of tool logs per step is 1000. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, any value provided will be appended to the existing list

tool_outputs Sequence[ToolOutputReferenceResponse]

References to opaque files of any format output by the tool execution. The maximum allowed number of tool outputs per step is 1000. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, any value provided will be appended to the existing list

commandLineArguments List<String>

The full tokenized command line including the program name (equivalent to argv in a C program). - In response: present if set by create request - In create request: optional - In update request: never set

exitCode Property Map

Tool execution exit code. This field will be set once the tool has exited. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, a FAILED_PRECONDITION error will be returned if an exit_code is already set.

toolLogs List<Property Map>

References to any plain text logs output the tool execution. This field can be set before the tool has exited in order to be able to have access to a live view of the logs while the tool is running. The maximum allowed number of tool logs per step is 1000. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, any value provided will be appended to the existing list

toolOutputs List<Property Map>

References to opaque files of any format output by the tool execution. The maximum allowed number of tool outputs per step is 1000. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create request: optional - In update request: optional, any value provided will be appended to the existing list

ToolExecutionStepResponse

ToolExecution Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.ToolExecutionResponse

A Tool execution. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

ToolExecution ToolExecutionResponse

A Tool execution. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

toolExecution ToolExecutionResponse

A Tool execution. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

toolExecution ToolExecutionResponse

A Tool execution. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

tool_execution ToolExecutionResponse

A Tool execution. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

toolExecution Property Map

A Tool execution. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

ToolExitCodeResponse

Number int

Tool execution exit code. A value of 0 means that the execution was successful. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

Number int

Tool execution exit code. A value of 0 means that the execution was successful. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

number Integer

Tool execution exit code. A value of 0 means that the execution was successful. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

number number

Tool execution exit code. A value of 0 means that the execution was successful. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

number int

Tool execution exit code. A value of 0 means that the execution was successful. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

number Number

Tool execution exit code. A value of 0 means that the execution was successful. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

ToolOutputReferenceResponse

CreationTime Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.TimestampResponse

The creation time of the file. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

Output Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.FileReferenceResponse

A FileReference to an output file. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

TestCase Pulumi.GoogleNative.ToolResults.V1Beta3.Inputs.TestCaseReferenceResponse

The test case to which this output file belongs. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

CreationTime TimestampResponse

The creation time of the file. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

Output FileReferenceResponse

A FileReference to an output file. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

TestCase TestCaseReferenceResponse

The test case to which this output file belongs. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

creationTime TimestampResponse

The creation time of the file. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

output FileReferenceResponse

A FileReference to an output file. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

testCase TestCaseReferenceResponse

The test case to which this output file belongs. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

creationTime TimestampResponse

The creation time of the file. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

output FileReferenceResponse

A FileReference to an output file. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

testCase TestCaseReferenceResponse

The test case to which this output file belongs. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

creation_time TimestampResponse

The creation time of the file. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

output FileReferenceResponse

A FileReference to an output file. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

test_case TestCaseReferenceResponse

The test case to which this output file belongs. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

creationTime Property Map

The creation time of the file. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

output Property Map

A FileReference to an output file. - In response: always set - In create/update request: always set

testCase Property Map

The test case to which this output file belongs. - In response: present if set by create/update request - In create/update request: optional

Package Details

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