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 by   googlearchive Java Version: Current License: Apache-2.0

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appengine-endpoints-helloendpoints-android is a Java library typically used in Cloud, GCP applications. appengine-endpoints-helloendpoints-android has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. However appengine-endpoints-helloendpoints-android build file is not available. You can download it from GitHub.
This project is no longer actively developed or maintained. For new work on this check out [android-docs-samples] This application is a HelloWorld Android sample application that connects to a HelloWorld Google Cloud Endpoints backend sample.
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  • appengine-endpoints-helloendpoints-android has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 48 star(s) with 24 fork(s). There are 90 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 6 months.
  • There are 1 open issues and 4 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 40 days. There are no pull requests.
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  • The latest version of appengine-endpoints-helloendpoints-android is current.
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  • appengine-endpoints-helloendpoints-android is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
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  • appengine-endpoints-helloendpoints-android saves you 460 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
  • It has 1085 lines of code, 120 functions and 19 files.
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  • Called when a greeting message is clicked .
    • Click to get an authenticated user as an authenticated user .
      • Display error dialog .
        • Returns the API service handle for the API endpoint .
          • Get all users .
            • Initializes the GsonClientRequest .
              • List of HelloGreeting objects .
                • Sets the given field to the given value .
                  • The default implementation of this method .
                    • Sets the message of this HelloGreeting .

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                      appengine-endpoints-helloendpoints-android Key Features

                      This repository is a HelloWorld Android sample application that connects to a HelloWorld Google Cloud Endpoints backend sample.

                      appengine-endpoints-helloendpoints-android Examples and Code Snippets

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                      QUESTION

                      Submit command line arguments to a pyspark job on airflow

                      Asked 2022-Mar-29 at 10:37

                      I have a pyspark job available on GCP Dataproc to be triggered on airflow as shown below:

                      config = help.loadJSON("batch/config_file")
                      
                      MY_PYSPARK_JOB = {
                          "reference": {"project_id": "my_project_id"},
                          "placement": {"cluster_name": "my_cluster_name"},
                          "pyspark_job": {
                              "main_python_file_uri": "gs://file/loc/my_spark_file.py"]
                              "properties": config["spark_properties"]
                              "args": <TO_BE_ADDED>
                          },
                      }
                      
                      

                      I need to supply command line arguments to this pyspark job as show below [this is how I am running my pyspark job from command line]:

                      spark-submit gs://file/loc/my_spark_file.py --arg1 val1 --arg2 val2
                      

                      I am providing the arguments to my pyspark job using "configparser". Therefore, arg1 is the key and val1 is the value from my spark-submit commant above.

                      How do I define the "args" param in the "MY_PYSPARK_JOB" defined above [equivalent to my command line arguments]?

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2022-Mar-28 at 08:18

                      You have to pass a Sequence[str]. If you check DataprocSubmitJobOperator you will see that the params job implements a class google.cloud.dataproc_v1.types.Job.

                      class DataprocSubmitJobOperator(BaseOperator):
                      ...
                          :param job: Required. The job resource. If a dict is provided, it must be of the same form as the protobuf message.
                          :class:`~google.cloud.dataproc_v1.types.Job` 
                      

                      So, on the section about job type pySpark which is google.cloud.dataproc_v1.types.PySparkJob:

                      args Sequence[str] Optional. The arguments to pass to the driver. Do not include arguments, such as --conf, that can be set as job properties, since a collision may occur that causes an incorrect job submission.

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71616491

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                      No vulnerabilities reported

                      Install appengine-endpoints-helloendpoints-android

                      Deploy a Google Cloud Endpoints [backend sample][9] that this client app will use as an API server. Proceed with optional authentication steps during setup. Download code git clone https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/appengine-endpoints-helloendpoints-android.git. Open AndroidStudio and choose "Import Project.". Select the build.gradle file in the HelloEndpointsProject directory and use default values for the rest of the import screens. NOTE: If you recieve an import error indicating that "play-services", a required dependency, could not be found that is OK. It will be resolved by the following step.
                      Deploy a Google Cloud Endpoints [backend sample][9] that this client app will use as an API server. Proceed with optional authentication steps during setup.
                      Install [Android Studio][7].
                      Download code git clone https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/appengine-endpoints-helloendpoints-android.git
                      Import the project:
                      Open AndroidStudio and choose "Import Project."
                      Select the build.gradle file in the HelloEndpointsProject directory and use default values for the rest of the import screens.
                      NOTE: If you recieve an import error indicating that "play-services", a required dependency, could not be found that is OK. It will be resolved by the following step.
                      Check dependencies (even if the project compiles) using the Android SDK Manager. Ensure the following packages are installed and up-to-date:
                      Android Support Repository
                      Android Support Library
                      Google Play Services
                      Google Repository
                      Close and reopen your project. Clean dependencies using the Build menu by choosing "Rebuild Project."
                      Update the file HelloEndpointsProject/HelloEndpoints/src/main/java/com/google/api/services/helloworld/Helloworld.java with the location of your deployed API. DEFAULT_ROOT_URL should include your App Engine app ID.
                      Deploy the Android App
                      Deploy your app via normal Android deployment procedures.
                      Register an Android Application to access your Google Cloud Endpoints backend project.
                      Navigate to the [Google Cloud Console][8]. Select the Google Cloud Endpoints Backend project that was deployed as in Step 1.
                      Navigate to the "APIs & Auth," item of the left menu bar.
                      Choose the "Credentials" submenu item.
                      Click "Create new Client ID" and select "Installed Application" and "Android."
                      Use com.google.devrel.samples.helloendpoints as the package name.
                      Retrieve your debugging keystore fingerprint from ADB. On a Mac this command would typically look like this with an empty password: keytool -list -v -keystore ~/.android/debug.keystore
                      Click "Create Client ID."
                      Associate your Google Cloud Endpoints backend project to the Android application.
                      Update the file HelloEngpoints/src/main/java/com/google/devrel/samples/helloendpoints/AppConstants.java. WEB_CLIENT_ID field should be updated with the web application client ID that is defined in the "APIs & Auth" → "Credentials" screen of your Google Cloud Endpoints backend project. You will be using the Client ID specified for "Compute Engine and App Engine."
                      You will similarly need to update your Google Cloud Endpoints backend sample with the Android application client ID as well. Do not forget to recompile your backend app (such as with mvn clean install for the Java one).
                      Deploy the Android App
                      Deploy your app via normal Android deployment procedures.
                      You will need to use a version 17 or later "Google APIs" enabled AVD definition if you are using an emulator instead of a physical device. Physical devices need only Google Play (Services) installed to work.
                      A quick note about the Client IDs used above for Authentication. -Client IDs identify applications (client or backend) to Google. The authenticated APIs in this sample utilize OAuth2 authentication. OAuth2 tokens are issued to specific Client IDs and therefore the Client IDs can be used for restricting access to your APIs. -When you create a Google Cloud Console Project a default Client ID is created and named for use by the project. When you upload an App Engine project it uses that Client ID. This becomes the WEB_CLIENT_ID referenced in the Android/iOS/Backend samples. -When you register the iOS or Android Applications in the Google Cloud Console you are creating another Client ID. This Client ID is the one requesting an OAuth2 token from Google for authentication purposes. When the API is used in an authenticated manner an OAuth2 access token is sent and opened by Google Cloud Endpoints. The Client ID is extracted from the token and compared to the backend’s declared acceptable Client ID list.

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