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google cloud datastore protobuf client

Project Description

Google Cloud Datastore Protocol Buffer client.

Google Cloud Datastore is a fully managed, schemaless, non-relational database accessible through Google APIs infrastructure. It provides a rich set of query capabilities, supports atomic transactions, and automatically scales up and down in response to load.

Usage

>>> import googledatastore as datastore
>>> datastore.set_options(project_id='project-id')
>>> req = datastore.BeginTransactionRequest()
>>> datastore.begin_transaction(req)
<google.datastore.v1.datastore-pb2.BeginTransactionResponse ...>

Installation

$ pip install googledatastore
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