bqr_grant_extract_access {bigQueryR}R Documentation

Grant access to an extract on Google Cloud Storage

Description

To access the data created in bqr_extract_data. Requires the Google account email of the user.

Usage

bqr_grant_extract_access(extractJob, email)

Arguments

extractJob

An extract job from bqr_extract_data

email

email of the user to have access

Details

Uses cookie based auth.

Value

URL(s) to download the extract that is accessible by email

See Also

Other BigQuery asynch query functions: bqr_download_extract, bqr_extract_data, bqr_get_job, bqr_query_asynch, bqr_wait_for_job

Examples


## Not run: 
library(bigQueryR)

## Auth with a project that has at least BigQuery and Google Cloud Storage scope
bqr_auth()

## make a big query
job <- bqr_query_asynch("your_project", 
                        "your_dataset",
                        "SELECT * FROM blah LIMIT 9999999", 
                        destinationTableId = "bigResultTable")
                        
## poll the job to check its status
## its done when job$status$state == "DONE"
bqr_get_job("your_project", job$jobReference$jobId)

##once done, the query results are in "bigResultTable"
## extract that table to GoogleCloudStorage:
# Create a bucket at Google Cloud Storage at 
# https://console.cloud.google.com/storage/browser

job_extract <- bqr_extract_data("your_project",
                                "your_dataset",
                                "bigResultTable",
                                "your_cloud_storage_bucket_name")
                                
## poll the extract job to check its status
## its done when job$status$state == "DONE"
bqr_get_job("your_project", job_extract$jobReference$jobId)

## to download via a URL and not logging in via Google Cloud Storage interface:
## Use an email that is Google account enabled
## Requires scopes:
##  https://www.googleapis.com/auth/devstorage.full_control
##  https://www.googleapis.com/auth/cloud-platform
## set via options("bigQueryR.scopes") and reauthenticate if needed

download_url <- bqr_grant_extract_access(job_extract, "your@email.com")

## download_url may be multiple if the data is > 1GB


## End(Not run)


[Package bigQueryR version 0.5.0 Index]