[][src]Struct k8s_openapi::api::flowcontrol::v1beta1::FlowSchema

pub struct FlowSchema {
    pub metadata: ObjectMeta,
    pub spec: Option<FlowSchemaSpec>,
    pub status: Option<FlowSchemaStatus>,
}

FlowSchema defines the schema of a group of flows. Note that a flow is made up of a set of inbound API requests with similar attributes and is identified by a pair of strings: the name of the FlowSchema and a "flow distinguisher".

Fields

metadata: ObjectMeta

metadata is the standard object's metadata. More info: https://git.k8s.io/community/contributors/devel/sig-architecture/api-conventions.md#metadata

spec: Option<FlowSchemaSpec>

spec is the specification of the desired behavior of a FlowSchema. More info: https://git.k8s.io/community/contributors/devel/sig-architecture/api-conventions.md#spec-and-status

status: Option<FlowSchemaStatus>

status is the current status of a FlowSchema. More info: https://git.k8s.io/community/contributors/devel/sig-architecture/api-conventions.md#spec-and-status

Implementations

impl FlowSchema[src]

pub fn create_flow_schema(
    body: &FlowSchema,
    optional: CreateOptional<'_>
) -> Result<(Request<Vec<u8>>, fn(_: StatusCode) -> ResponseBody<CreateResponse<Self>>), RequestError>
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create a FlowSchema

Use the returned crate::ResponseBody<crate::CreateResponse<Self>> constructor, or crate::CreateResponse<Self> directly, to parse the HTTP response.

Arguments

  • body

  • optional

    Optional parameters. Use Default::default() to not pass any.

impl FlowSchema[src]

pub fn delete_collection_flow_schema(
    delete_optional: DeleteOptional<'_>,
    list_optional: ListOptional<'_>
) -> Result<(Request<Vec<u8>>, fn(_: StatusCode) -> ResponseBody<DeleteResponse<List<Self>>>), RequestError>
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delete collection of FlowSchema

Use the returned crate::ResponseBody<crate::DeleteResponse<crate::List<Self>>> constructor, or crate::DeleteResponse<crate::List<Self>> directly, to parse the HTTP response.

Arguments

  • delete_optional

    Delete options. Use Default::default() to not pass any.

  • list_optional

    List options. Use Default::default() to not pass any.

impl FlowSchema[src]

pub fn delete_flow_schema(
    name: &str,
    optional: DeleteOptional<'_>
) -> Result<(Request<Vec<u8>>, fn(_: StatusCode) -> ResponseBody<DeleteResponse<Self>>), RequestError>
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delete a FlowSchema

Use the returned crate::ResponseBody<crate::DeleteResponse<Self>> constructor, or crate::DeleteResponse<Self> directly, to parse the HTTP response.

Arguments

  • name

    name of the FlowSchema

  • optional

    Optional parameters. Use Default::default() to not pass any.

impl FlowSchema[src]

pub fn list_flow_schema(
    optional: ListOptional<'_>
) -> Result<(Request<Vec<u8>>, fn(_: StatusCode) -> ResponseBody<ListResponse<Self>>), RequestError>
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list or watch objects of kind FlowSchema

This operation only supports listing all items of this type.

Use the returned crate::ResponseBody<crate::ListResponse<Self>> constructor, or crate::ListResponse<Self> directly, to parse the HTTP response.

Arguments

  • optional

    Optional parameters. Use Default::default() to not pass any.

impl FlowSchema[src]

pub fn patch_flow_schema(
    name: &str,
    body: &Patch,
    optional: PatchOptional<'_>
) -> Result<(Request<Vec<u8>>, fn(_: StatusCode) -> ResponseBody<PatchResponse<Self>>), RequestError>
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partially update the specified FlowSchema

Use the returned crate::ResponseBody<crate::PatchResponse<Self>> constructor, or crate::PatchResponse<Self> directly, to parse the HTTP response.

Arguments

  • name

    name of the FlowSchema

  • body

  • optional

    Optional parameters. Use Default::default() to not pass any.

impl FlowSchema[src]

pub fn patch_flow_schema_status(
    name: &str,
    body: &Patch,
    optional: PatchOptional<'_>
) -> Result<(Request<Vec<u8>>, fn(_: StatusCode) -> ResponseBody<PatchResponse<Self>>), RequestError>
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partially update status of the specified FlowSchema

Use the returned crate::ResponseBody<crate::PatchResponse<Self>> constructor, or crate::PatchResponse<Self> directly, to parse the HTTP response.

Arguments

  • name

    name of the FlowSchema

  • body

  • optional

    Optional parameters. Use Default::default() to not pass any.

impl FlowSchema[src]

pub fn read_flow_schema(
    name: &str,
    optional: ReadFlowSchemaOptional<'_>
) -> Result<(Request<Vec<u8>>, fn(_: StatusCode) -> ResponseBody<ReadFlowSchemaResponse>), RequestError>
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read the specified FlowSchema

Use the returned crate::ResponseBody<ReadFlowSchemaResponse> constructor, or ReadFlowSchemaResponse directly, to parse the HTTP response.

Arguments

  • name

    name of the FlowSchema

  • optional

    Optional parameters. Use Default::default() to not pass any.

impl FlowSchema[src]

pub fn read_flow_schema_status(
    name: &str,
    optional: ReadFlowSchemaStatusOptional<'_>
) -> Result<(Request<Vec<u8>>, fn(_: StatusCode) -> ResponseBody<ReadFlowSchemaStatusResponse>), RequestError>
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read status of the specified FlowSchema

Use the returned crate::ResponseBody<ReadFlowSchemaStatusResponse> constructor, or ReadFlowSchemaStatusResponse directly, to parse the HTTP response.

Arguments

  • name

    name of the FlowSchema

  • optional

    Optional parameters. Use Default::default() to not pass any.

impl FlowSchema[src]

pub fn replace_flow_schema(
    name: &str,
    body: &FlowSchema,
    optional: ReplaceOptional<'_>
) -> Result<(Request<Vec<u8>>, fn(_: StatusCode) -> ResponseBody<ReplaceResponse<Self>>), RequestError>
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replace the specified FlowSchema

Use the returned crate::ResponseBody<crate::ReplaceResponse<Self>> constructor, or crate::ReplaceResponse<Self> directly, to parse the HTTP response.

Arguments

  • name

    name of the FlowSchema

  • body

  • optional

    Optional parameters. Use Default::default() to not pass any.

impl FlowSchema[src]

pub fn replace_flow_schema_status(
    name: &str,
    body: &FlowSchema,
    optional: ReplaceOptional<'_>
) -> Result<(Request<Vec<u8>>, fn(_: StatusCode) -> ResponseBody<ReplaceResponse<Self>>), RequestError>
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replace status of the specified FlowSchema

Use the returned crate::ResponseBody<crate::ReplaceResponse<Self>> constructor, or crate::ReplaceResponse<Self> directly, to parse the HTTP response.

Arguments

  • name

    name of the FlowSchema

  • body

  • optional

    Optional parameters. Use Default::default() to not pass any.

impl FlowSchema[src]

pub fn watch_flow_schema(
    optional: WatchOptional<'_>
) -> Result<(Request<Vec<u8>>, fn(_: StatusCode) -> ResponseBody<WatchResponse<Self>>), RequestError>
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list or watch objects of kind FlowSchema

This operation only supports watching one item, or a list of items, of this type for changes.

Use the returned crate::ResponseBody<crate::WatchResponse<Self>> constructor, or crate::WatchResponse<Self> directly, to parse the HTTP response.

Arguments

  • optional

    Optional parameters. Use Default::default() to not pass any.

Trait Implementations

impl Clone for FlowSchema[src]

impl Debug for FlowSchema[src]

impl Default for FlowSchema[src]

impl<'de> Deserialize<'de> for FlowSchema[src]

impl ListableResource for FlowSchema[src]

impl Metadata for FlowSchema[src]

type Ty = ObjectMeta

The type of the metadata object.

impl PartialEq<FlowSchema> for FlowSchema[src]

impl Resource for FlowSchema[src]

impl Serialize for FlowSchema[src]

impl StructuralPartialEq for FlowSchema[src]

Auto Trait Implementations

impl RefUnwindSafe for FlowSchema[src]

impl Send for FlowSchema[src]

impl Sync for FlowSchema[src]

impl Unpin for FlowSchema[src]

impl UnwindSafe for FlowSchema[src]

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impl<T> Any for T where
    T: 'static + ?Sized
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    T: ?Sized
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    T: ?Sized
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impl<T> DeserializeOwned for T where
    T: for<'de> Deserialize<'de>, 
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impl<T> From<T> for T[src]

impl<T, U> Into<U> for T where
    U: From<T>, 
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impl<T> ToOwned for T where
    T: Clone
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type Owned = T

The resulting type after obtaining ownership.

impl<T, U> TryFrom<U> for T where
    U: Into<T>, 
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type Error = Infallible

The type returned in the event of a conversion error.

impl<T, U> TryInto<U> for T where
    U: TryFrom<T>, 
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type Error = <U as TryFrom<T>>::Error

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