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package routes

import "google.golang.org/genproto/googleapis/maps/routes/v1alpha"

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route_service.pb.go

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var File_google_maps_routes_v1alpha_route_service_proto protoreflect.FileDescriptor

func RegisterRoutesAlphaServer Uses

func RegisterRoutesAlphaServer(s *grpc.Server, srv RoutesAlphaServer)

type RoutesAlphaClient Uses

type RoutesAlphaClient interface {
    // Returns the primary route along with optional alternate routes, given a set
    // of terminal and intermediate waypoints.
    //
    // **NOTE:** This method requires that you specify a response field mask in
    // the input. You can provide the response field mask by using the URL
    // parameter `$fields` or `fields`, or by using the HTTP/gRPC header
    // `X-Goog-FieldMask` (see the [available URL parameters and
    // headers](https://cloud.google.com/apis/docs/system-parameters). The value
    // is a comma separated list of field paths. See this detailed documentation
    // about [how to construct the field
    // paths](https://github.com/protocolbuffers/protobuf/blob/master/src/google/protobuf/field_mask.proto).
    //
    // For example, in this method:
    //
    // * Field mask of all available fields (for manual inspection):
    //   `X-Goog-FieldMask: *`
    // * Field mask of Route-level duration, distance, and polyline (an example
    // production setup):
    //   `X-Goog-FieldMask:
    //   routes.duration,routes.distanceMeters,routes.polyline.encodedPolyline`
    //
    // Google discourages the use of the wildcard (`*`) response field mask, or
    // specifying the field mask at the top level (`routes`), because:
    //
    // * Selecting only the fields that you need helps our server save computation
    // cycles, allowing us to return the result to you with a lower latency.
    // * Selecting only the fields that you need in your production job ensures
    // stable latency performance. We might add more response fields in the
    // future, and those new fields might require extra computation time. If you
    // select all fields, or if you select all fields at the top level, then you
    // might experience performance degradation because any new field we add will
    // be automatically included in the response.
    // * Selecting only the fields that you need results in a smaller response
    // size, and thus higher network throughput.
    ComputeRoutes(ctx context.Context, in *v1.ComputeRoutesRequest, opts ...grpc.CallOption) (*v1.ComputeRoutesResponse, error)
    // Takes in a list of origins and destinations and returns a stream containing
    // route information for each combination of origin and destination.
    //
    // **NOTE:** This method requires that you specify a response field mask in
    // the input. You can provide the response field mask by using the URL
    // parameter `$fields` or `fields`, or by using the HTTP/gRPC header
    // `X-Goog-FieldMask` (see the [available URL parameters and
    // headers](https://cloud.google.com/apis/docs/system-parameters). The value
    // is a comma separated list of field paths. See this detailed documentation
    // about [how to construct the field
    // paths](https://github.com/protocolbuffers/protobuf/blob/master/src/google/protobuf/field_mask.proto).
    //
    // For example, in this method:
    //
    // * Field mask of all available fields (for manual inspection):
    //   `X-Goog-FieldMask: *`
    // * Field mask of route durations, distances, element status, and element
    //   indices (an example production setup):
    //   `X-Goog-FieldMask:
    //   originIndex,destinationIndex,status,distanceMeters,duration`
    //
    // Google discourages the use of the wildcard (`*`) response field mask,
    // because:
    //
    // * Selecting only the fields that you need helps our server save computation
    // cycles, allowing us to return the result to you with a lower latency.
    // * Selecting only the fields that you need in your production job ensures
    // stable latency performance. We might add more response fields in the
    // future, and those new fields might require extra computation time. If you
    // select all fields, or if you select all fields at the top level, then you
    // might experience performance degradation because any new field we add will
    // be automatically included in the response.
    // * Selecting only the fields that you need results in a smaller response
    // size, and thus higher network throughput.
    ComputeRouteMatrix(ctx context.Context, in *v1.ComputeRouteMatrixRequest, opts ...grpc.CallOption) (RoutesAlpha_ComputeRouteMatrixClient, error)
}

RoutesAlphaClient is the client API for RoutesAlpha service.

For semantics around ctx use and closing/ending streaming RPCs, please refer to https://godoc.org/google.golang.org/grpc#ClientConn.NewStream.

func NewRoutesAlphaClient Uses

func NewRoutesAlphaClient(cc grpc.ClientConnInterface) RoutesAlphaClient

type RoutesAlphaServer Uses

type RoutesAlphaServer interface {
    // Returns the primary route along with optional alternate routes, given a set
    // of terminal and intermediate waypoints.
    //
    // **NOTE:** This method requires that you specify a response field mask in
    // the input. You can provide the response field mask by using the URL
    // parameter `$fields` or `fields`, or by using the HTTP/gRPC header
    // `X-Goog-FieldMask` (see the [available URL parameters and
    // headers](https://cloud.google.com/apis/docs/system-parameters). The value
    // is a comma separated list of field paths. See this detailed documentation
    // about [how to construct the field
    // paths](https://github.com/protocolbuffers/protobuf/blob/master/src/google/protobuf/field_mask.proto).
    //
    // For example, in this method:
    //
    // * Field mask of all available fields (for manual inspection):
    //   `X-Goog-FieldMask: *`
    // * Field mask of Route-level duration, distance, and polyline (an example
    // production setup):
    //   `X-Goog-FieldMask:
    //   routes.duration,routes.distanceMeters,routes.polyline.encodedPolyline`
    //
    // Google discourages the use of the wildcard (`*`) response field mask, or
    // specifying the field mask at the top level (`routes`), because:
    //
    // * Selecting only the fields that you need helps our server save computation
    // cycles, allowing us to return the result to you with a lower latency.
    // * Selecting only the fields that you need in your production job ensures
    // stable latency performance. We might add more response fields in the
    // future, and those new fields might require extra computation time. If you
    // select all fields, or if you select all fields at the top level, then you
    // might experience performance degradation because any new field we add will
    // be automatically included in the response.
    // * Selecting only the fields that you need results in a smaller response
    // size, and thus higher network throughput.
    ComputeRoutes(context.Context, *v1.ComputeRoutesRequest) (*v1.ComputeRoutesResponse, error)
    // Takes in a list of origins and destinations and returns a stream containing
    // route information for each combination of origin and destination.
    //
    // **NOTE:** This method requires that you specify a response field mask in
    // the input. You can provide the response field mask by using the URL
    // parameter `$fields` or `fields`, or by using the HTTP/gRPC header
    // `X-Goog-FieldMask` (see the [available URL parameters and
    // headers](https://cloud.google.com/apis/docs/system-parameters). The value
    // is a comma separated list of field paths. See this detailed documentation
    // about [how to construct the field
    // paths](https://github.com/protocolbuffers/protobuf/blob/master/src/google/protobuf/field_mask.proto).
    //
    // For example, in this method:
    //
    // * Field mask of all available fields (for manual inspection):
    //   `X-Goog-FieldMask: *`
    // * Field mask of route durations, distances, element status, and element
    //   indices (an example production setup):
    //   `X-Goog-FieldMask:
    //   originIndex,destinationIndex,status,distanceMeters,duration`
    //
    // Google discourages the use of the wildcard (`*`) response field mask,
    // because:
    //
    // * Selecting only the fields that you need helps our server save computation
    // cycles, allowing us to return the result to you with a lower latency.
    // * Selecting only the fields that you need in your production job ensures
    // stable latency performance. We might add more response fields in the
    // future, and those new fields might require extra computation time. If you
    // select all fields, or if you select all fields at the top level, then you
    // might experience performance degradation because any new field we add will
    // be automatically included in the response.
    // * Selecting only the fields that you need results in a smaller response
    // size, and thus higher network throughput.
    ComputeRouteMatrix(*v1.ComputeRouteMatrixRequest, RoutesAlpha_ComputeRouteMatrixServer) error
}

RoutesAlphaServer is the server API for RoutesAlpha service.

type RoutesAlpha_ComputeRouteMatrixClient Uses

type RoutesAlpha_ComputeRouteMatrixClient interface {
    Recv() (*v1.RouteMatrixElement, error)
    grpc.ClientStream
}

type RoutesAlpha_ComputeRouteMatrixServer Uses

type RoutesAlpha_ComputeRouteMatrixServer interface {
    Send(*v1.RouteMatrixElement) error
    grpc.ServerStream
}

type UnimplementedRoutesAlphaServer Uses

type UnimplementedRoutesAlphaServer struct {
}

UnimplementedRoutesAlphaServer can be embedded to have forward compatible implementations.

func (*UnimplementedRoutesAlphaServer) ComputeRouteMatrix Uses

func (*UnimplementedRoutesAlphaServer) ComputeRouteMatrix(*v1.ComputeRouteMatrixRequest, RoutesAlpha_ComputeRouteMatrixServer) error

func (*UnimplementedRoutesAlphaServer) ComputeRoutes Uses

func (*UnimplementedRoutesAlphaServer) ComputeRoutes(context.Context, *v1.ComputeRoutesRequest) (*v1.ComputeRoutesResponse, error)

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