get method

Future<BackendService> get (
  1. String project,
  2. String region,
  3. String backendService,
  4. {String $fields}
)

Returns the specified regional BackendService resource.

Request parameters:

project - Project ID for this request. Value must have pattern "(?:(?:-a-z0-9{1,63}.)*(?:a-z?):)?(?:0-9{1,19}|(?:a-z0-9?))".

region - Name of the region scoping this request. Value must have pattern "a-z?".

backendService - Name of the BackendService resource to return. Value must have pattern "a-z?|0-9{0,19}".

$fields - Selector specifying which fields to include in a partial response.

Completes with a BackendService.

Completes with a commons.ApiRequestError if the API endpoint returned an error.

If the used http.Client completes with an error when making a REST call, this method will complete with the same error.

Implementation

async.Future<BackendService> get(
    core.String project, core.String region, core.String backendService,
    {core.String $fields}) {
  var _url;
  var _queryParams = new core.Map<core.String, core.List<core.String>>();
  var _uploadMedia;
  var _uploadOptions;
  var _downloadOptions = commons.DownloadOptions.Metadata;
  var _body;

  if (project == null) {
    throw new core.ArgumentError("Parameter project is required.");
  }
  if (region == null) {
    throw new core.ArgumentError("Parameter region is required.");
  }
  if (backendService == null) {
    throw new core.ArgumentError("Parameter backendService is required.");
  }
  if ($fields != null) {
    _queryParams["fields"] = [$fields];
  }

  _url = commons.Escaper.ecapeVariable('$project') +
      '/regions/' +
      commons.Escaper.ecapeVariable('$region') +
      '/backendServices/' +
      commons.Escaper.ecapeVariable('$backendService');

  var _response = _requester.request(_url, "GET",
      body: _body,
      queryParams: _queryParams,
      uploadOptions: _uploadOptions,
      uploadMedia: _uploadMedia,
      downloadOptions: _downloadOptions);
  return _response.then((data) => new BackendService.fromJson(data));
}