public static final class FlightServiceGrpc.FlightServiceFutureStub extends io.grpc.stub.AbstractStub<FlightServiceGrpc.FlightServiceFutureStub>
A flight service is an endpoint for retrieving or storing Arrow data. A flight service can expose one or more predefined endpoints that can be accessed using the Arrow Flight Protocol. Additionally, a flight service can expose a set of actions that are available.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
For a given FlightDescriptor, get information about how the flight can be consumed.
getCallOptions, getChannel, withCallCredentials, withChannel, withCompression, withDeadline, withDeadlineAfter, withExecutor, withInterceptors, withMaxInboundMessageSize, withMaxOutboundMessageSize, withOption, withWaitForReady
protected FlightServiceGrpc.FlightServiceFutureStub build(io.grpc.Channel channel, io.grpc.CallOptions callOptions)
public com.google.common.util.concurrent.ListenableFuture<Flight.FlightGetInfo> getFlightInfo(Flight.FlightDescriptor request)
For a given FlightDescriptor, get information about how the flight can be consumed. This is a useful interface if the consumer of the interface already can identify the specific flight to consume. This interface can also allow a consumer to generate a flight stream through a specified descriptor. For example, a flight descriptor might be something that includes a SQL statement or a Pickled Python operation that will be executed. In those cases, the descriptor will not be previously available within the list of available streams provided by ListFlights but will be available for consumption for the duration defined by the specific flight service.
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