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GDataDocumentsEntry

GDataDocumentsEntry — GData document object abstract class

Stability Level

Stable, unless otherwise indicated

Object Hierarchy

    GObject
    ╰── GDataParsable
        ╰── GDataEntry
            ╰── GDataDocumentsEntry
                ├── GDataDocumentsDocument
                ╰── GDataDocumentsFolder

Implemented Interfaces

GDataDocumentsEntry implements GDataAccessHandler.

Includes

#include <gdata/services/documents/gdata-documents-entry.h>

Description

GDataDocumentsEntry is a subclass of GDataEntry to represent a Google Drive entry, which is then further subclassed to give specific document types.

GDataDocumentsEntry implements GDataAccessHandler, meaning the access rules to it can be modified using that interface. As well as the access roles defined for the base GDataAccessRule (e.g. GDATA_ACCESS_ROLE_NONE), GDataDocumentsEntry has its own, such as GDATA_DOCUMENTS_ACCESS_ROLE_OWNER and GDATA_DOCUMENTS_ACCESS_ROLE_READER.

Documents can (confusingly) be referenced by three different types of IDs: their entry ID, their resource ID and their document ID (untyped resource ID). Each is a substring of the previous ones (i.e. the entry ID contains the resource ID, which in turn contains the document ID). The resource ID and document ID should almost always be considered as internal, and thus entry IDs (“id”) should normally be used to uniquely identify documents. For more information, see “resource-id”.

For more details of Google Drive's GData API, see the

online documentation.

Example 32. Moving an Entry Between Folders

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GDataDocumentsService *service;
GDataDocumentsEntry *entry, *intermediate_entry, *updated_entry;
GDataDocumentsFolder *old_folder, *new_folder;
GError *error = NULL;

/* Create a service */
service = create_documents_service ();

/* Get the entry, the folder it's being moved out of, and the folder it's being moved into. The entry can either be a document or
 * another folder, allowing hierarchies of folders to be constructed. */
entry = query_user_for_entry (service);
old_folder = query_user_for_old_folder (service);
new_folder = query_user_for_new_folder (service);

/* Add the entry to the new folder */
intermediate_entry = gdata_documents_service_add_entry_to_folder (service, entry, new_folder, NULL, &error);

g_object_unref (entry);
g_object_unref (new_folder);

if (error != NULL) {
    g_error ("Error adding entry to new folder: %s", error->message);
    g_error_free (error);
    g_object_unref (old_folder);
    g_object_unref (service);
    return;
}

/* Remove the entry from the old folder */
updated_entry = gdata_documents_service_remove_entry_from_folder (service, intermediate_entry, old_folder, NULL, &error);

g_object_unref (intermediate_entry);
g_object_unref (old_folder);
g_object_unref (service);

if (error != NULL) {
    /* Note that you might want to attempt to remove the intermediate_entry from the new_folder in this error case, so that
     * the operation is aborted cleanly. */
    g_error ("Error removing entry from previous folder: %s", error->message);
    g_error_free (error);
    return;
}

/* Do something with the updated entry */

g_object_unref (updated_entry);

Functions

gdata_documents_entry_get_path ()

gchar *
gdata_documents_entry_get_path (GDataDocumentsEntry *self);

Builds a path for the GDataDocumentsEntry, starting from a root node and traversing the folders containing the document, then ending with the document's ID.

An example path would be: /folder_id1/folder_id2/document_id.

Note: the path is based on the entry/document IDs of the folders (“id”) and document (“document-id”), and not the entries' human-readable names (“title”).

Parameters

Returns

the folder hierarchy path containing the document, or NULL; free with g_free()

Since: 0.4.0


gdata_documents_entry_get_resource_id ()

const gchar *
gdata_documents_entry_get_resource_id (GDataDocumentsEntry *self);

Gets the “resource-id” property.

Parameters

Returns

the document's resource ID

Since: 0.11.0


gdata_documents_entry_get_document_id ()

const gchar *
gdata_documents_entry_get_document_id (GDataDocumentsEntry *self);

gdata_documents_entry_get_document_id has been deprecated since version 0.11.0 and should not be used in newly-written code.

Use gdata_documents_entry_get_resource_id() instead. See “document-id”.

Gets the “document-id” property. The

online GData Documentation

refers to these as “untyped resource IDs”.

Parameters

Returns

the document's document ID

Since: 0.4.0


gdata_documents_entry_get_edited ()

gint64
gdata_documents_entry_get_edited (GDataDocumentsEntry *self);

gdata_documents_entry_get_edited has been deprecated since version 0.17.0 and should not be used in newly-written code.

Use gdata_entry_get_updated() instead. See “edited”.

Gets the “edited” property. If the property is unset, -1 will be returned.

Parameters

Returns

the UNIX timestamp for the time the document was last edited, or -1

Since: 0.4.0


gdata_documents_entry_get_last_modified_by ()

GDataAuthor *
gdata_documents_entry_get_last_modified_by
                               (GDataDocumentsEntry *self);

Gets the “last-modified-by” property.

Parameters

Returns

the author who last modified the document.

[transfer none]

Since: 0.4.0


gdata_documents_entry_get_last_viewed ()

gint64
gdata_documents_entry_get_last_viewed (GDataDocumentsEntry *self);

gdata_documents_entry_get_last_viewed is deprecated and should not be used in newly-written code.

Gets the “last-viewed” property. If the property is unset, -1 will be returned.

Parameters

Returns

the UNIX timestamp for the time the document was last viewed, or -1

Since: 0.4.0


gdata_documents_entry_get_quota_used ()

goffset
gdata_documents_entry_get_quota_used (GDataDocumentsEntry *self);

Gets the “quota-used” property.

Parameters

Returns

the number of quota bytes used by the document

Since: 0.13.0


gdata_documents_entry_get_file_size ()

goffset
gdata_documents_entry_get_file_size (GDataDocumentsEntry *self);

Gets the “file-size” property.

Parameters

Returns

the size of the document in bytes

Since: 0.17.7


gdata_documents_entry_writers_can_invite ()

gboolean
gdata_documents_entry_writers_can_invite
                               (GDataDocumentsEntry *self);

Gets the “writers-can-invite” property.

Parameters

Returns

TRUE if writers can invite other people to edit the document, FALSE otherwise

Since: 0.4.0


gdata_documents_entry_set_writers_can_invite ()

void
gdata_documents_entry_set_writers_can_invite
                               (GDataDocumentsEntry *self,
                                gboolean writers_can_invite);

Sets the “writers-can-invite” property to writers_can_invite .

Parameters

self

a GDataDocumentsEntry

 

writers_can_invite

TRUE if writers can invite other people to edit the document, FALSE otherwise

 

Since: 0.4.0


gdata_documents_entry_is_deleted ()

gboolean
gdata_documents_entry_is_deleted (GDataDocumentsEntry *self);

Gets the “is-deleted” property.

Parameters

Returns

TRUE if the document has been deleted, FALSE otherwise

Since: 0.5.0

Types and Values

GDATA_DOCUMENTS_ACCESS_ROLE_OWNER

#define GDATA_DOCUMENTS_ACCESS_ROLE_OWNER "owner"

The users specified by the GDataAccessRule have full owner access to the document. This allows them to modify the access rules and delete the document, amongst other things.

Since: 0.7.0


GDATA_DOCUMENTS_ACCESS_ROLE_WRITER

#define GDATA_DOCUMENTS_ACCESS_ROLE_WRITER "writer"

The users specified by the GDataAccessRule have write access to the document. They cannot modify the access rules or delete the document.

Since: 0.7.0


GDATA_DOCUMENTS_ACCESS_ROLE_READER

#define GDATA_DOCUMENTS_ACCESS_ROLE_READER "reader"

The users specified by the GDataAccessRule have read-only access to the document.

Since: 0.7.0


GDataDocumentsEntry

typedef struct _GDataDocumentsEntry GDataDocumentsEntry;

All the fields in the GDataDocumentsEntry structure are private and should never be accessed directly.

Since: 0.4.0


GDataDocumentsEntryClass

typedef struct {
} GDataDocumentsEntryClass;

All the fields in the GDataDocumentsEntryClass structure are private and should never be accessed directly.

Since: 0.4.0

Property Details

The “document-id” property

  “document-id”              gchar *

The document ID of the document, which is different from its entry ID (GDataEntry:id). The

online GData Documentation refers to these as “untyped resource IDs”.

GDataDocumentsEntry:document-id has been deprecated since version 0.11.0 and should not be used in newly-written code.

This a substring of the “resource-id”, which is more general and should be used instead.

Flags: Read

Default value: NULL

Since: 0.4.0


The “edited” property

  “edited”                   gint64

The last time the document was edited. If the document has not been edited yet, the content indicates the time it was created.

GDataDocumentsEntry:edited has been deprecated since version 0.17.0 and should not be used in newly-written code.

This is identical to “updated”.

Flags: Read

Allowed values: >= -1

Default value: -1

Since: 0.4.0


The “file-size” property

  “file-size”                gint64

The size of the document. This is only set for non-document files. Standard formats, such as GDataDocumentsText, GDataDocumentsSpreadsheet and GDataDocumentsFolder are not binary data and so have no size. Measured in bytes.

Flags: Read

Allowed values: >= 0

Default value: 0

Since: 0.17.7


The “is-deleted” property

  “is-deleted”               gboolean

Indicates whether the document entry has been deleted (moved to the trash). Deleted documents will only appear in query results if the “show-deleted” property is TRUE.

Flags: Read / Write

Default value: FALSE

Since: 0.5.0


The “last-modified-by” property

  “last-modified-by”         GDataAuthor *

Indicates the author of the last modification.

Flags: Read

Since: 0.4.0


The “last-viewed” property

  “last-viewed”              gint64

The last time the document was viewed.

Flags: Read

Allowed values: >= -1

Default value: -1

Since: 0.4.0


The “quota-used” property

  “quota-used”               gint64

The amount of user quota the document is occupying. Currently, only arbitrary files consume file space quota (whereas standard document formats, such as GDataDocumentsText, GDataDocumentsSpreadsheet and GDataDocumentsFolder don't). Measured in bytes.

This property will be 0 for documents which aren't consuming any quota.

Flags: Read

Allowed values: >= 0

Default value: 0

Since: 0.13.0


The “resource-id” property

  “resource-id”              gchar *

The resource ID of the document. This should not normally need to be used in client code, and is mostly for internal use. To uniquely identify a given document or folder, use its “id”.

Resource IDs have the form: document|drawing|pdf|spreadsheet|presentation|folder:untyped resource ID; whereas entry IDs have the form: https://docs.google.com/feeds/id/resource ID in version 3 of the API.

For more information, see the

Google Documents API reference.

Flags: Read

Default value: NULL

Since: 0.11.0


The “writers-can-invite” property

  “writers-can-invite”       gboolean

Indicates whether the document entry writers can invite others to edit the document.

Flags: Read / Write

Default value: FALSE

Since: 0.4.0

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