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  package com.amazonaws.services.elastictranscoder.model;
  
  
Container for the parameters to the UpdatePipeline operation.

Use the UpdatePipeline operation to update settings for a pipeline.

IMPORTANT:When you change pipeline settings, your changes take effect immediately. Jobs that you have already submitted and that Elastic Transcoder has not started to process are affected in addition to jobs that you submit after you change settings.

  
  public class UpdatePipelineRequest extends AmazonWebServiceRequest implements SerializableCloneable {

    
The ID of the pipeline that you want to update.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^\d{13}-\w{6}$

  
      private String id;

    
The name of the pipeline. We recommend that the name be unique within the AWS account, but uniqueness is not enforced.

Constraints: Maximum 40 characters

Constraints:
Length: 1 - 40

  
      private String name;

    
The Amazon S3 bucket in which you saved the media files that you want to transcode and the graphics that you want to use as watermarks.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^(\w|\.|-){1,255}$

  
      private String inputBucket;

    
The IAM Amazon Resource Name (ARN) for the role that you want Elastic Transcoder to use to transcode jobs for this pipeline.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^arn:aws:iam::\w{12}:role/.+$

  
      private String role;

    
The AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) key that you want to use with this pipeline.

If you use either S3 or S3-AWS-KMS as your Encryption:Mode, you don't need to provide a key with your job because a default key, known as an AWS-KMS key, is created for you automatically. You need to provide an AWS-KMS key only if you want to use a non-default AWS-KMS key, or if you are using an Encryption:Mode of AES-PKCS7, AES-CTR, or AES-GCM.

Constraints:
Length: 0 - 255

  
      private String awsKmsKeyArn;

    
The Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) topic or topics to notify in order to report job status. <important>To receive notifications, you must also subscribe to the new topic in the Amazon SNS console.</important>
  
      private Notifications notifications;

    
The optional ContentConfig object specifies information about the Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save transcoded files and playlists: which bucket to use, which users you want to have access to the files, the type of access you want users to have, and the storage class that you want to assign to the files.

If you specify values for ContentConfig, you must also specify values for ThumbnailConfig.

If you specify values for ContentConfig and ThumbnailConfig, omit the OutputBucket object.

  • Bucket: The Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save transcoded files and playlists.
  • Permissions (Optional): The Permissions object specifies which users you want to have access to transcoded files and the type of access you want them to have. You can grant permissions to a maximum of 30 users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups.
  • Grantee Type: Specify the type of value that appears in the Grantee object:
    • Canonical: The value in the Grantee object is either the canonical user ID for an AWS account or an origin access identity for an Amazon CloudFront distribution. For more information about canonical user IDs, see Access Control List (ACL) Overview in the Amazon Simple Storage Service Developer Guide. For more information about using CloudFront origin access identities to require that users use CloudFront URLs instead of Amazon S3 URLs, see Using an Origin Access Identity to Restrict Access to Your Amazon S3 Content. <important>A canonical user ID is not the same as an AWS account number.</important>
    • Email: The value in the Grantee object is the registered email address of an AWS account.
    • Group: The value in the Grantee object is one of the following predefined Amazon S3 groups: AllUsers, AuthenticatedUsers, or LogDelivery.
  • Grantee: The AWS user or group that you want to have access to transcoded files and playlists. To identify the user or group, you can specify the canonical user ID for an AWS account, an origin access identity for a CloudFront distribution, the registered email address of an AWS account, or a predefined Amazon S3 group
  • Access: The permission that you want to give to the AWS user that you specified in Grantee. Permissions are granted on the files that Elastic Transcoder adds to the bucket, including playlists and video files. Valid values include:
    • READ: The grantee can read the objects and metadata for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • READ_ACP: The grantee can read the object ACL for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • WRITE_ACP: The grantee can write the ACL for the objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • FULL_CONTROL: The grantee has READ, READ_ACP, and WRITE_ACP permissions for the objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
  • StorageClass: The Amazon S3 storage class, Standard or ReducedRedundancy, that you want Elastic Transcoder to assign to the video files and playlists that it stores in your Amazon S3 bucket.
 
     private PipelineOutputConfig contentConfig;

    
The ThumbnailConfig object specifies several values, including the Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save thumbnail files, which users you want to have access to the files, the type of access you want users to have, and the storage class that you want to assign to the files.

If you specify values for ContentConfig, you must also specify values for ThumbnailConfig even if you don't want to create thumbnails.

If you specify values for ContentConfig and ThumbnailConfig, omit the OutputBucket object.

  • Bucket: The Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save thumbnail files.
  • Permissions (Optional): The Permissions object specifies which users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups you want to have access to thumbnail files, and the type of access you want them to have. You can grant permissions to a maximum of 30 users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups.
  • GranteeType: Specify the type of value that appears in the Grantee object:
    • Canonical: The value in the Grantee object is either the canonical user ID for an AWS account or an origin access identity for an Amazon CloudFront distribution. <important>A canonical user ID is not the same as an AWS account number.</important>
    • Email: The value in the Grantee object is the registered email address of an AWS account.
    • Group: The value in the Grantee object is one of the following predefined Amazon S3 groups: AllUsers, AuthenticatedUsers, or LogDelivery.
  • Grantee: The AWS user or group that you want to have access to thumbnail files. To identify the user or group, you can specify the canonical user ID for an AWS account, an origin access identity for a CloudFront distribution, the registered email address of an AWS account, or a predefined Amazon S3 group.
  • Access: The permission that you want to give to the AWS user that you specified in Grantee. Permissions are granted on the thumbnail files that Elastic Transcoder adds to the bucket. Valid values include:
    • READ: The grantee can read the thumbnails and metadata for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • READ_ACP: The grantee can read the object ACL for thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • WRITE_ACP: The grantee can write the ACL for the thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • FULL_CONTROL: The grantee has READ, READ_ACP, and WRITE_ACP permissions for the thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
  • StorageClass: The Amazon S3 storage class, Standard or ReducedRedundancy, that you want Elastic Transcoder to assign to the thumbnails that it stores in your Amazon S3 bucket.
 
     private PipelineOutputConfig thumbnailConfig;

    
The ID of the pipeline that you want to update.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^\d{13}-\w{6}$

Returns:
The ID of the pipeline that you want to update.
 
     public String getId() {
         return ;
     }
    
    
The ID of the pipeline that you want to update.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^\d{13}-\w{6}$

Parameters:
id The ID of the pipeline that you want to update.
 
     public void setId(String id) {
         this. = id;
     }
    
    
The ID of the pipeline that you want to update.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^\d{13}-\w{6}$

Parameters:
id The ID of the pipeline that you want to update.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
 
     public UpdatePipelineRequest withId(String id) {
         this. = id;
         return this;
     }

    
The name of the pipeline. We recommend that the name be unique within the AWS account, but uniqueness is not enforced.

Constraints: Maximum 40 characters

Constraints:
Length: 1 - 40

Returns:
The name of the pipeline. We recommend that the name be unique within the AWS account, but uniqueness is not enforced.

Constraints: Maximum 40 characters

 
     public String getName() {
         return ;
     }
    
    
The name of the pipeline. We recommend that the name be unique within the AWS account, but uniqueness is not enforced.

Constraints: Maximum 40 characters

Constraints:
Length: 1 - 40

Parameters:
name The name of the pipeline. We recommend that the name be unique within the AWS account, but uniqueness is not enforced.

Constraints: Maximum 40 characters

 
     public void setName(String name) {
         this. = name;
     }
    
    
The name of the pipeline. We recommend that the name be unique within the AWS account, but uniqueness is not enforced.

Constraints: Maximum 40 characters

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Length: 1 - 40

Parameters:
name The name of the pipeline. We recommend that the name be unique within the AWS account, but uniqueness is not enforced.

Constraints: Maximum 40 characters

Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
 
     public UpdatePipelineRequest withName(String name) {
         this. = name;
         return this;
     }

    
The Amazon S3 bucket in which you saved the media files that you want to transcode and the graphics that you want to use as watermarks.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^(\w|\.|-){1,255}$

Returns:
The Amazon S3 bucket in which you saved the media files that you want to transcode and the graphics that you want to use as watermarks.
 
     public String getInputBucket() {
         return ;
     }
    
    
The Amazon S3 bucket in which you saved the media files that you want to transcode and the graphics that you want to use as watermarks.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^(\w|\.|-){1,255}$

Parameters:
inputBucket The Amazon S3 bucket in which you saved the media files that you want to transcode and the graphics that you want to use as watermarks.
 
     public void setInputBucket(String inputBucket) {
         this. = inputBucket;
     }
    
    
The Amazon S3 bucket in which you saved the media files that you want to transcode and the graphics that you want to use as watermarks.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^(\w|\.|-){1,255}$

Parameters:
inputBucket The Amazon S3 bucket in which you saved the media files that you want to transcode and the graphics that you want to use as watermarks.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
 
     public UpdatePipelineRequest withInputBucket(String inputBucket) {
         this. = inputBucket;
         return this;
     }

    
The IAM Amazon Resource Name (ARN) for the role that you want Elastic Transcoder to use to transcode jobs for this pipeline.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^arn:aws:iam::\w{12}:role/.+$

Returns:
The IAM Amazon Resource Name (ARN) for the role that you want Elastic Transcoder to use to transcode jobs for this pipeline.
 
     public String getRole() {
         return ;
     }
    
    
The IAM Amazon Resource Name (ARN) for the role that you want Elastic Transcoder to use to transcode jobs for this pipeline.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^arn:aws:iam::\w{12}:role/.+$

Parameters:
role The IAM Amazon Resource Name (ARN) for the role that you want Elastic Transcoder to use to transcode jobs for this pipeline.
 
     public void setRole(String role) {
         this. = role;
     }
    
    
The IAM Amazon Resource Name (ARN) for the role that you want Elastic Transcoder to use to transcode jobs for this pipeline.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Pattern: ^arn:aws:iam::\w{12}:role/.+$

Parameters:
role The IAM Amazon Resource Name (ARN) for the role that you want Elastic Transcoder to use to transcode jobs for this pipeline.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
 
     public UpdatePipelineRequest withRole(String role) {
         this. = role;
         return this;
     }

    
The AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) key that you want to use with this pipeline.

If you use either S3 or S3-AWS-KMS as your Encryption:Mode, you don't need to provide a key with your job because a default key, known as an AWS-KMS key, is created for you automatically. You need to provide an AWS-KMS key only if you want to use a non-default AWS-KMS key, or if you are using an Encryption:Mode of AES-PKCS7, AES-CTR, or AES-GCM.

Constraints:
Length: 0 - 255

Returns:
The AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) key that you want to use with this pipeline.

If you use either S3 or S3-AWS-KMS as your Encryption:Mode, you don't need to provide a key with your job because a default key, known as an AWS-KMS key, is created for you automatically. You need to provide an AWS-KMS key only if you want to use a non-default AWS-KMS key, or if you are using an Encryption:Mode of AES-PKCS7, AES-CTR, or AES-GCM.

 
     public String getAwsKmsKeyArn() {
         return ;
     }
    
    
The AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) key that you want to use with this pipeline.

If you use either S3 or S3-AWS-KMS as your Encryption:Mode, you don't need to provide a key with your job because a default key, known as an AWS-KMS key, is created for you automatically. You need to provide an AWS-KMS key only if you want to use a non-default AWS-KMS key, or if you are using an Encryption:Mode of AES-PKCS7, AES-CTR, or AES-GCM.

Constraints:
Length: 0 - 255

Parameters:
awsKmsKeyArn The AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) key that you want to use with this pipeline.

If you use either S3 or S3-AWS-KMS as your Encryption:Mode, you don't need to provide a key with your job because a default key, known as an AWS-KMS key, is created for you automatically. You need to provide an AWS-KMS key only if you want to use a non-default AWS-KMS key, or if you are using an Encryption:Mode of AES-PKCS7, AES-CTR, or AES-GCM.

 
     public void setAwsKmsKeyArn(String awsKmsKeyArn) {
         this. = awsKmsKeyArn;
     }
    
    
The AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) key that you want to use with this pipeline.

If you use either S3 or S3-AWS-KMS as your Encryption:Mode, you don't need to provide a key with your job because a default key, known as an AWS-KMS key, is created for you automatically. You need to provide an AWS-KMS key only if you want to use a non-default AWS-KMS key, or if you are using an Encryption:Mode of AES-PKCS7, AES-CTR, or AES-GCM.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Constraints:
Length: 0 - 255

Parameters:
awsKmsKeyArn The AWS Key Management Service (AWS KMS) key that you want to use with this pipeline.

If you use either S3 or S3-AWS-KMS as your Encryption:Mode, you don't need to provide a key with your job because a default key, known as an AWS-KMS key, is created for you automatically. You need to provide an AWS-KMS key only if you want to use a non-default AWS-KMS key, or if you are using an Encryption:Mode of AES-PKCS7, AES-CTR, or AES-GCM.

Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
 
     public UpdatePipelineRequest withAwsKmsKeyArn(String awsKmsKeyArn) {
         this. = awsKmsKeyArn;
         return this;
     }

    
The Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) topic or topics to notify in order to report job status. <important>To receive notifications, you must also subscribe to the new topic in the Amazon SNS console.</important>

Returns:
The Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) topic or topics to notify in order to report job status. <important>To receive notifications, you must also subscribe to the new topic in the Amazon SNS console.</important>
 
     public Notifications getNotifications() {
         return ;
     }
    
    
The Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) topic or topics to notify in order to report job status. <important>To receive notifications, you must also subscribe to the new topic in the Amazon SNS console.</important>

Parameters:
notifications The Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) topic or topics to notify in order to report job status. <important>To receive notifications, you must also subscribe to the new topic in the Amazon SNS console.</important>
 
     public void setNotifications(Notifications notifications) {
         this. = notifications;
     }
    
    
The Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) topic or topics to notify in order to report job status. <important>To receive notifications, you must also subscribe to the new topic in the Amazon SNS console.</important>

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Parameters:
notifications The Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) topic or topics to notify in order to report job status. <important>To receive notifications, you must also subscribe to the new topic in the Amazon SNS console.</important>
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
 
     public UpdatePipelineRequest withNotifications(Notifications notifications) {
         this. = notifications;
         return this;
     }

    
The optional ContentConfig object specifies information about the Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save transcoded files and playlists: which bucket to use, which users you want to have access to the files, the type of access you want users to have, and the storage class that you want to assign to the files.

If you specify values for ContentConfig, you must also specify values for ThumbnailConfig.

If you specify values for ContentConfig and ThumbnailConfig, omit the OutputBucket object.

  • Bucket: The Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save transcoded files and playlists.
  • Permissions (Optional): The Permissions object specifies which users you want to have access to transcoded files and the type of access you want them to have. You can grant permissions to a maximum of 30 users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups.
  • Grantee Type: Specify the type of value that appears in the Grantee object:
    • Canonical: The value in the Grantee object is either the canonical user ID for an AWS account or an origin access identity for an Amazon CloudFront distribution. For more information about canonical user IDs, see Access Control List (ACL) Overview in the Amazon Simple Storage Service Developer Guide. For more information about using CloudFront origin access identities to require that users use CloudFront URLs instead of Amazon S3 URLs, see Using an Origin Access Identity to Restrict Access to Your Amazon S3 Content. <important>A canonical user ID is not the same as an AWS account number.</important>
    • Email: The value in the Grantee object is the registered email address of an AWS account.
    • Group: The value in the Grantee object is one of the following predefined Amazon S3 groups: AllUsers, AuthenticatedUsers, or LogDelivery.
  • Grantee: The AWS user or group that you want to have access to transcoded files and playlists. To identify the user or group, you can specify the canonical user ID for an AWS account, an origin access identity for a CloudFront distribution, the registered email address of an AWS account, or a predefined Amazon S3 group
  • Access: The permission that you want to give to the AWS user that you specified in Grantee. Permissions are granted on the files that Elastic Transcoder adds to the bucket, including playlists and video files. Valid values include:
    • READ: The grantee can read the objects and metadata for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • READ_ACP: The grantee can read the object ACL for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • WRITE_ACP: The grantee can write the ACL for the objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • FULL_CONTROL: The grantee has READ, READ_ACP, and WRITE_ACP permissions for the objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
  • StorageClass: The Amazon S3 storage class, Standard or ReducedRedundancy, that you want Elastic Transcoder to assign to the video files and playlists that it stores in your Amazon S3 bucket.

Returns:
The optional ContentConfig object specifies information about the Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save transcoded files and playlists: which bucket to use, which users you want to have access to the files, the type of access you want users to have, and the storage class that you want to assign to the files.

If you specify values for ContentConfig, you must also specify values for ThumbnailConfig.

If you specify values for ContentConfig and ThumbnailConfig, omit the OutputBucket object.

  • Bucket: The Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save transcoded files and playlists.
  • Permissions (Optional): The Permissions object specifies which users you want to have access to transcoded files and the type of access you want them to have. You can grant permissions to a maximum of 30 users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups.
  • Grantee Type: Specify the type of value that appears in the Grantee object:
    • Canonical: The value in the Grantee object is either the canonical user ID for an AWS account or an origin access identity for an Amazon CloudFront distribution. For more information about canonical user IDs, see Access Control List (ACL) Overview in the Amazon Simple Storage Service Developer Guide. For more information about using CloudFront origin access identities to require that users use CloudFront URLs instead of Amazon S3 URLs, see Using an Origin Access Identity to Restrict Access to Your Amazon S3 Content. <important>A canonical user ID is not the same as an AWS account number.</important>
    • Email: The value in the Grantee object is the registered email address of an AWS account.
    • Group: The value in the Grantee object is one of the following predefined Amazon S3 groups: AllUsers, AuthenticatedUsers, or LogDelivery.
  • Grantee: The AWS user or group that you want to have access to transcoded files and playlists. To identify the user or group, you can specify the canonical user ID for an AWS account, an origin access identity for a CloudFront distribution, the registered email address of an AWS account, or a predefined Amazon S3 group
  • Access: The permission that you want to give to the AWS user that you specified in Grantee. Permissions are granted on the files that Elastic Transcoder adds to the bucket, including playlists and video files. Valid values include:
    • READ: The grantee can read the objects and metadata for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • READ_ACP: The grantee can read the object ACL for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • WRITE_ACP: The grantee can write the ACL for the objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • FULL_CONTROL: The grantee has READ, READ_ACP, and WRITE_ACP permissions for the objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
  • StorageClass: The Amazon S3 storage class, Standard or ReducedRedundancy, that you want Elastic Transcoder to assign to the video files and playlists that it stores in your Amazon S3 bucket.
 
         return ;
     }
    
    
The optional ContentConfig object specifies information about the Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save transcoded files and playlists: which bucket to use, which users you want to have access to the files, the type of access you want users to have, and the storage class that you want to assign to the files.

If you specify values for ContentConfig, you must also specify values for ThumbnailConfig.

If you specify values for ContentConfig and ThumbnailConfig, omit the OutputBucket object.

  • Bucket: The Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save transcoded files and playlists.
  • Permissions (Optional): The Permissions object specifies which users you want to have access to transcoded files and the type of access you want them to have. You can grant permissions to a maximum of 30 users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups.
  • Grantee Type: Specify the type of value that appears in the Grantee object:
    • Canonical: The value in the Grantee object is either the canonical user ID for an AWS account or an origin access identity for an Amazon CloudFront distribution. For more information about canonical user IDs, see Access Control List (ACL) Overview in the Amazon Simple Storage Service Developer Guide. For more information about using CloudFront origin access identities to require that users use CloudFront URLs instead of Amazon S3 URLs, see Using an Origin Access Identity to Restrict Access to Your Amazon S3 Content. <important>A canonical user ID is not the same as an AWS account number.</important>
    • Email: The value in the Grantee object is the registered email address of an AWS account.
    • Group: The value in the Grantee object is one of the following predefined Amazon S3 groups: AllUsers, AuthenticatedUsers, or LogDelivery.
  • Grantee: The AWS user or group that you want to have access to transcoded files and playlists. To identify the user or group, you can specify the canonical user ID for an AWS account, an origin access identity for a CloudFront distribution, the registered email address of an AWS account, or a predefined Amazon S3 group
  • Access: The permission that you want to give to the AWS user that you specified in Grantee. Permissions are granted on the files that Elastic Transcoder adds to the bucket, including playlists and video files. Valid values include:
    • READ: The grantee can read the objects and metadata for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • READ_ACP: The grantee can read the object ACL for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • WRITE_ACP: The grantee can write the ACL for the objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • FULL_CONTROL: The grantee has READ, READ_ACP, and WRITE_ACP permissions for the objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
  • StorageClass: The Amazon S3 storage class, Standard or ReducedRedundancy, that you want Elastic Transcoder to assign to the video files and playlists that it stores in your Amazon S3 bucket.

Parameters:
contentConfig The optional ContentConfig object specifies information about the Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save transcoded files and playlists: which bucket to use, which users you want to have access to the files, the type of access you want users to have, and the storage class that you want to assign to the files.

If you specify values for ContentConfig, you must also specify values for ThumbnailConfig.

If you specify values for ContentConfig and ThumbnailConfig, omit the OutputBucket object.

  • Bucket: The Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save transcoded files and playlists.
  • Permissions (Optional): The Permissions object specifies which users you want to have access to transcoded files and the type of access you want them to have. You can grant permissions to a maximum of 30 users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups.
  • Grantee Type: Specify the type of value that appears in the Grantee object:
    • Canonical: The value in the Grantee object is either the canonical user ID for an AWS account or an origin access identity for an Amazon CloudFront distribution. For more information about canonical user IDs, see Access Control List (ACL) Overview in the Amazon Simple Storage Service Developer Guide. For more information about using CloudFront origin access identities to require that users use CloudFront URLs instead of Amazon S3 URLs, see Using an Origin Access Identity to Restrict Access to Your Amazon S3 Content. <important>A canonical user ID is not the same as an AWS account number.</important>
    • Email: The value in the Grantee object is the registered email address of an AWS account.
    • Group: The value in the Grantee object is one of the following predefined Amazon S3 groups: AllUsers, AuthenticatedUsers, or LogDelivery.
  • Grantee: The AWS user or group that you want to have access to transcoded files and playlists. To identify the user or group, you can specify the canonical user ID for an AWS account, an origin access identity for a CloudFront distribution, the registered email address of an AWS account, or a predefined Amazon S3 group
  • Access: The permission that you want to give to the AWS user that you specified in Grantee. Permissions are granted on the files that Elastic Transcoder adds to the bucket, including playlists and video files. Valid values include:
    • READ: The grantee can read the objects and metadata for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • READ_ACP: The grantee can read the object ACL for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • WRITE_ACP: The grantee can write the ACL for the objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • FULL_CONTROL: The grantee has READ, READ_ACP, and WRITE_ACP permissions for the objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
  • StorageClass: The Amazon S3 storage class, Standard or ReducedRedundancy, that you want Elastic Transcoder to assign to the video files and playlists that it stores in your Amazon S3 bucket.
 
     public void setContentConfig(PipelineOutputConfig contentConfig) {
         this. = contentConfig;
     }
    
    
The optional ContentConfig object specifies information about the Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save transcoded files and playlists: which bucket to use, which users you want to have access to the files, the type of access you want users to have, and the storage class that you want to assign to the files.

If you specify values for ContentConfig, you must also specify values for ThumbnailConfig.

If you specify values for ContentConfig and ThumbnailConfig, omit the OutputBucket object.

  • Bucket: The Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save transcoded files and playlists.
  • Permissions (Optional): The Permissions object specifies which users you want to have access to transcoded files and the type of access you want them to have. You can grant permissions to a maximum of 30 users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups.
  • Grantee Type: Specify the type of value that appears in the Grantee object:
    • Canonical: The value in the Grantee object is either the canonical user ID for an AWS account or an origin access identity for an Amazon CloudFront distribution. For more information about canonical user IDs, see Access Control List (ACL) Overview in the Amazon Simple Storage Service Developer Guide. For more information about using CloudFront origin access identities to require that users use CloudFront URLs instead of Amazon S3 URLs, see Using an Origin Access Identity to Restrict Access to Your Amazon S3 Content. <important>A canonical user ID is not the same as an AWS account number.</important>
    • Email: The value in the Grantee object is the registered email address of an AWS account.
    • Group: The value in the Grantee object is one of the following predefined Amazon S3 groups: AllUsers, AuthenticatedUsers, or LogDelivery.
  • Grantee: The AWS user or group that you want to have access to transcoded files and playlists. To identify the user or group, you can specify the canonical user ID for an AWS account, an origin access identity for a CloudFront distribution, the registered email address of an AWS account, or a predefined Amazon S3 group
  • Access: The permission that you want to give to the AWS user that you specified in Grantee. Permissions are granted on the files that Elastic Transcoder adds to the bucket, including playlists and video files. Valid values include:
    • READ: The grantee can read the objects and metadata for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • READ_ACP: The grantee can read the object ACL for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • WRITE_ACP: The grantee can write the ACL for the objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • FULL_CONTROL: The grantee has READ, READ_ACP, and WRITE_ACP permissions for the objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
  • StorageClass: The Amazon S3 storage class, Standard or ReducedRedundancy, that you want Elastic Transcoder to assign to the video files and playlists that it stores in your Amazon S3 bucket.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Parameters:
contentConfig The optional ContentConfig object specifies information about the Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save transcoded files and playlists: which bucket to use, which users you want to have access to the files, the type of access you want users to have, and the storage class that you want to assign to the files.

If you specify values for ContentConfig, you must also specify values for ThumbnailConfig.

If you specify values for ContentConfig and ThumbnailConfig, omit the OutputBucket object.

  • Bucket: The Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save transcoded files and playlists.
  • Permissions (Optional): The Permissions object specifies which users you want to have access to transcoded files and the type of access you want them to have. You can grant permissions to a maximum of 30 users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups.
  • Grantee Type: Specify the type of value that appears in the Grantee object:
    • Canonical: The value in the Grantee object is either the canonical user ID for an AWS account or an origin access identity for an Amazon CloudFront distribution. For more information about canonical user IDs, see Access Control List (ACL) Overview in the Amazon Simple Storage Service Developer Guide. For more information about using CloudFront origin access identities to require that users use CloudFront URLs instead of Amazon S3 URLs, see Using an Origin Access Identity to Restrict Access to Your Amazon S3 Content. <important>A canonical user ID is not the same as an AWS account number.</important>
    • Email: The value in the Grantee object is the registered email address of an AWS account.
    • Group: The value in the Grantee object is one of the following predefined Amazon S3 groups: AllUsers, AuthenticatedUsers, or LogDelivery.
  • Grantee: The AWS user or group that you want to have access to transcoded files and playlists. To identify the user or group, you can specify the canonical user ID for an AWS account, an origin access identity for a CloudFront distribution, the registered email address of an AWS account, or a predefined Amazon S3 group
  • Access: The permission that you want to give to the AWS user that you specified in Grantee. Permissions are granted on the files that Elastic Transcoder adds to the bucket, including playlists and video files. Valid values include:
    • READ: The grantee can read the objects and metadata for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • READ_ACP: The grantee can read the object ACL for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • WRITE_ACP: The grantee can write the ACL for the objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • FULL_CONTROL: The grantee has READ, READ_ACP, and WRITE_ACP permissions for the objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
  • StorageClass: The Amazon S3 storage class, Standard or ReducedRedundancy, that you want Elastic Transcoder to assign to the video files and playlists that it stores in your Amazon S3 bucket.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
 
         this. = contentConfig;
         return this;
     }

    
The ThumbnailConfig object specifies several values, including the Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save thumbnail files, which users you want to have access to the files, the type of access you want users to have, and the storage class that you want to assign to the files.

If you specify values for ContentConfig, you must also specify values for ThumbnailConfig even if you don't want to create thumbnails.

If you specify values for ContentConfig and ThumbnailConfig, omit the OutputBucket object.

  • Bucket: The Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save thumbnail files.
  • Permissions (Optional): The Permissions object specifies which users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups you want to have access to thumbnail files, and the type of access you want them to have. You can grant permissions to a maximum of 30 users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups.
  • GranteeType: Specify the type of value that appears in the Grantee object:
    • Canonical: The value in the Grantee object is either the canonical user ID for an AWS account or an origin access identity for an Amazon CloudFront distribution. <important>A canonical user ID is not the same as an AWS account number.</important>
    • Email: The value in the Grantee object is the registered email address of an AWS account.
    • Group: The value in the Grantee object is one of the following predefined Amazon S3 groups: AllUsers, AuthenticatedUsers, or LogDelivery.
  • Grantee: The AWS user or group that you want to have access to thumbnail files. To identify the user or group, you can specify the canonical user ID for an AWS account, an origin access identity for a CloudFront distribution, the registered email address of an AWS account, or a predefined Amazon S3 group.
  • Access: The permission that you want to give to the AWS user that you specified in Grantee. Permissions are granted on the thumbnail files that Elastic Transcoder adds to the bucket. Valid values include:
    • READ: The grantee can read the thumbnails and metadata for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • READ_ACP: The grantee can read the object ACL for thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • WRITE_ACP: The grantee can write the ACL for the thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • FULL_CONTROL: The grantee has READ, READ_ACP, and WRITE_ACP permissions for the thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
  • StorageClass: The Amazon S3 storage class, Standard or ReducedRedundancy, that you want Elastic Transcoder to assign to the thumbnails that it stores in your Amazon S3 bucket.

Returns:
The ThumbnailConfig object specifies several values, including the Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save thumbnail files, which users you want to have access to the files, the type of access you want users to have, and the storage class that you want to assign to the files.

If you specify values for ContentConfig, you must also specify values for ThumbnailConfig even if you don't want to create thumbnails.

If you specify values for ContentConfig and ThumbnailConfig, omit the OutputBucket object.

  • Bucket: The Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save thumbnail files.
  • Permissions (Optional): The Permissions object specifies which users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups you want to have access to thumbnail files, and the type of access you want them to have. You can grant permissions to a maximum of 30 users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups.
  • GranteeType: Specify the type of value that appears in the Grantee object:
    • Canonical: The value in the Grantee object is either the canonical user ID for an AWS account or an origin access identity for an Amazon CloudFront distribution. <important>A canonical user ID is not the same as an AWS account number.</important>
    • Email: The value in the Grantee object is the registered email address of an AWS account.
    • Group: The value in the Grantee object is one of the following predefined Amazon S3 groups: AllUsers, AuthenticatedUsers, or LogDelivery.
  • Grantee: The AWS user or group that you want to have access to thumbnail files. To identify the user or group, you can specify the canonical user ID for an AWS account, an origin access identity for a CloudFront distribution, the registered email address of an AWS account, or a predefined Amazon S3 group.
  • Access: The permission that you want to give to the AWS user that you specified in Grantee. Permissions are granted on the thumbnail files that Elastic Transcoder adds to the bucket. Valid values include:
    • READ: The grantee can read the thumbnails and metadata for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • READ_ACP: The grantee can read the object ACL for thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • WRITE_ACP: The grantee can write the ACL for the thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • FULL_CONTROL: The grantee has READ, READ_ACP, and WRITE_ACP permissions for the thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
  • StorageClass: The Amazon S3 storage class, Standard or ReducedRedundancy, that you want Elastic Transcoder to assign to the thumbnails that it stores in your Amazon S3 bucket.
 
         return ;
     }
    
    
The ThumbnailConfig object specifies several values, including the Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save thumbnail files, which users you want to have access to the files, the type of access you want users to have, and the storage class that you want to assign to the files.

If you specify values for ContentConfig, you must also specify values for ThumbnailConfig even if you don't want to create thumbnails.

If you specify values for ContentConfig and ThumbnailConfig, omit the OutputBucket object.

  • Bucket: The Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save thumbnail files.
  • Permissions (Optional): The Permissions object specifies which users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups you want to have access to thumbnail files, and the type of access you want them to have. You can grant permissions to a maximum of 30 users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups.
  • GranteeType: Specify the type of value that appears in the Grantee object:
    • Canonical: The value in the Grantee object is either the canonical user ID for an AWS account or an origin access identity for an Amazon CloudFront distribution. <important>A canonical user ID is not the same as an AWS account number.</important>
    • Email: The value in the Grantee object is the registered email address of an AWS account.
    • Group: The value in the Grantee object is one of the following predefined Amazon S3 groups: AllUsers, AuthenticatedUsers, or LogDelivery.
  • Grantee: The AWS user or group that you want to have access to thumbnail files. To identify the user or group, you can specify the canonical user ID for an AWS account, an origin access identity for a CloudFront distribution, the registered email address of an AWS account, or a predefined Amazon S3 group.
  • Access: The permission that you want to give to the AWS user that you specified in Grantee. Permissions are granted on the thumbnail files that Elastic Transcoder adds to the bucket. Valid values include:
    • READ: The grantee can read the thumbnails and metadata for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • READ_ACP: The grantee can read the object ACL for thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • WRITE_ACP: The grantee can write the ACL for the thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • FULL_CONTROL: The grantee has READ, READ_ACP, and WRITE_ACP permissions for the thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
  • StorageClass: The Amazon S3 storage class, Standard or ReducedRedundancy, that you want Elastic Transcoder to assign to the thumbnails that it stores in your Amazon S3 bucket.

Parameters:
thumbnailConfig The ThumbnailConfig object specifies several values, including the Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save thumbnail files, which users you want to have access to the files, the type of access you want users to have, and the storage class that you want to assign to the files.

If you specify values for ContentConfig, you must also specify values for ThumbnailConfig even if you don't want to create thumbnails.

If you specify values for ContentConfig and ThumbnailConfig, omit the OutputBucket object.

  • Bucket: The Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save thumbnail files.
  • Permissions (Optional): The Permissions object specifies which users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups you want to have access to thumbnail files, and the type of access you want them to have. You can grant permissions to a maximum of 30 users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups.
  • GranteeType: Specify the type of value that appears in the Grantee object:
    • Canonical: The value in the Grantee object is either the canonical user ID for an AWS account or an origin access identity for an Amazon CloudFront distribution. <important>A canonical user ID is not the same as an AWS account number.</important>
    • Email: The value in the Grantee object is the registered email address of an AWS account.
    • Group: The value in the Grantee object is one of the following predefined Amazon S3 groups: AllUsers, AuthenticatedUsers, or LogDelivery.
  • Grantee: The AWS user or group that you want to have access to thumbnail files. To identify the user or group, you can specify the canonical user ID for an AWS account, an origin access identity for a CloudFront distribution, the registered email address of an AWS account, or a predefined Amazon S3 group.
  • Access: The permission that you want to give to the AWS user that you specified in Grantee. Permissions are granted on the thumbnail files that Elastic Transcoder adds to the bucket. Valid values include:
    • READ: The grantee can read the thumbnails and metadata for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • READ_ACP: The grantee can read the object ACL for thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • WRITE_ACP: The grantee can write the ACL for the thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • FULL_CONTROL: The grantee has READ, READ_ACP, and WRITE_ACP permissions for the thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
  • StorageClass: The Amazon S3 storage class, Standard or ReducedRedundancy, that you want Elastic Transcoder to assign to the thumbnails that it stores in your Amazon S3 bucket.
    public void setThumbnailConfig(PipelineOutputConfig thumbnailConfig) {
        this. = thumbnailConfig;
    }
    
    
The ThumbnailConfig object specifies several values, including the Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save thumbnail files, which users you want to have access to the files, the type of access you want users to have, and the storage class that you want to assign to the files.

If you specify values for ContentConfig, you must also specify values for ThumbnailConfig even if you don't want to create thumbnails.

If you specify values for ContentConfig and ThumbnailConfig, omit the OutputBucket object.

  • Bucket: The Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save thumbnail files.
  • Permissions (Optional): The Permissions object specifies which users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups you want to have access to thumbnail files, and the type of access you want them to have. You can grant permissions to a maximum of 30 users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups.
  • GranteeType: Specify the type of value that appears in the Grantee object:
    • Canonical: The value in the Grantee object is either the canonical user ID for an AWS account or an origin access identity for an Amazon CloudFront distribution. <important>A canonical user ID is not the same as an AWS account number.</important>
    • Email: The value in the Grantee object is the registered email address of an AWS account.
    • Group: The value in the Grantee object is one of the following predefined Amazon S3 groups: AllUsers, AuthenticatedUsers, or LogDelivery.
  • Grantee: The AWS user or group that you want to have access to thumbnail files. To identify the user or group, you can specify the canonical user ID for an AWS account, an origin access identity for a CloudFront distribution, the registered email address of an AWS account, or a predefined Amazon S3 group.
  • Access: The permission that you want to give to the AWS user that you specified in Grantee. Permissions are granted on the thumbnail files that Elastic Transcoder adds to the bucket. Valid values include:
    • READ: The grantee can read the thumbnails and metadata for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • READ_ACP: The grantee can read the object ACL for thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • WRITE_ACP: The grantee can write the ACL for the thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • FULL_CONTROL: The grantee has READ, READ_ACP, and WRITE_ACP permissions for the thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
  • StorageClass: The Amazon S3 storage class, Standard or ReducedRedundancy, that you want Elastic Transcoder to assign to the thumbnails that it stores in your Amazon S3 bucket.

Returns a reference to this object so that method calls can be chained together.

Parameters:
thumbnailConfig The ThumbnailConfig object specifies several values, including the Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save thumbnail files, which users you want to have access to the files, the type of access you want users to have, and the storage class that you want to assign to the files.

If you specify values for ContentConfig, you must also specify values for ThumbnailConfig even if you don't want to create thumbnails.

If you specify values for ContentConfig and ThumbnailConfig, omit the OutputBucket object.

  • Bucket: The Amazon S3 bucket in which you want Elastic Transcoder to save thumbnail files.
  • Permissions (Optional): The Permissions object specifies which users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups you want to have access to thumbnail files, and the type of access you want them to have. You can grant permissions to a maximum of 30 users and/or predefined Amazon S3 groups.
  • GranteeType: Specify the type of value that appears in the Grantee object:
    • Canonical: The value in the Grantee object is either the canonical user ID for an AWS account or an origin access identity for an Amazon CloudFront distribution. <important>A canonical user ID is not the same as an AWS account number.</important>
    • Email: The value in the Grantee object is the registered email address of an AWS account.
    • Group: The value in the Grantee object is one of the following predefined Amazon S3 groups: AllUsers, AuthenticatedUsers, or LogDelivery.
  • Grantee: The AWS user or group that you want to have access to thumbnail files. To identify the user or group, you can specify the canonical user ID for an AWS account, an origin access identity for a CloudFront distribution, the registered email address of an AWS account, or a predefined Amazon S3 group.
  • Access: The permission that you want to give to the AWS user that you specified in Grantee. Permissions are granted on the thumbnail files that Elastic Transcoder adds to the bucket. Valid values include:
    • READ: The grantee can read the thumbnails and metadata for objects that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • READ_ACP: The grantee can read the object ACL for thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • WRITE_ACP: The grantee can write the ACL for the thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
    • FULL_CONTROL: The grantee has READ, READ_ACP, and WRITE_ACP permissions for the thumbnails that Elastic Transcoder adds to the Amazon S3 bucket.
  • StorageClass: The Amazon S3 storage class, Standard or ReducedRedundancy, that you want Elastic Transcoder to assign to the thumbnails that it stores in your Amazon S3 bucket.
Returns:
A reference to this updated object so that method calls can be chained together.
        this. = thumbnailConfig;
        return this;
    }

    
Returns a string representation of this object; useful for testing and debugging.

Returns:
A string representation of this object.
See also:
java.lang.Object.toString()
    @Override
    public String toString() {
        StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
        sb.append("{");
        if (getId() != nullsb.append("Id: " + getId() + ",");
        if (getName() != nullsb.append("Name: " + getName() + ",");
        if (getInputBucket() != nullsb.append("InputBucket: " + getInputBucket() + ",");
        if (getRole() != nullsb.append("Role: " + getRole() + ",");
        if (getAwsKmsKeyArn() != nullsb.append("AwsKmsKeyArn: " + getAwsKmsKeyArn() + ",");
        if (getNotifications() != nullsb.append("Notifications: " + getNotifications() + ",");
        if (getContentConfig() != nullsb.append("ContentConfig: " + getContentConfig() + ",");
        if (getThumbnailConfig() != nullsb.append("ThumbnailConfig: " + getThumbnailConfig() );
        sb.append("}");
        return sb.toString();
    }
    
    @Override
    public int hashCode() {
        final int prime = 31;
        int hashCode = 1;
        
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getId() == null) ? 0 : getId().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getName() == null) ? 0 : getName().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getInputBucket() == null) ? 0 : getInputBucket().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getRole() == null) ? 0 : getRole().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getAwsKmsKeyArn() == null) ? 0 : getAwsKmsKeyArn().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getNotifications() == null) ? 0 : getNotifications().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getContentConfig() == null) ? 0 : getContentConfig().hashCode()); 
        hashCode = prime * hashCode + ((getThumbnailConfig() == null) ? 0 : getThumbnailConfig().hashCode()); 
        return hashCode;
    }
    
    @Override
    public boolean equals(Object obj) {
        if (this == objreturn true;
        if (obj == nullreturn false;
        if (obj instanceof UpdatePipelineRequest == falsereturn false;
        UpdatePipelineRequest other = (UpdatePipelineRequest)obj;
        
        if (other.getId() == null ^ this.getId() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getId() != null && other.getId().equals(this.getId()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getName() == null ^ this.getName() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getName() != null && other.getName().equals(this.getName()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getInputBucket() == null ^ this.getInputBucket() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getInputBucket() != null && other.getInputBucket().equals(this.getInputBucket()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getRole() == null ^ this.getRole() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getRole() != null && other.getRole().equals(this.getRole()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getAwsKmsKeyArn() == null ^ this.getAwsKmsKeyArn() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getAwsKmsKeyArn() != null && other.getAwsKmsKeyArn().equals(this.getAwsKmsKeyArn()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getNotifications() == null ^ this.getNotifications() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getNotifications() != null && other.getNotifications().equals(this.getNotifications()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getContentConfig() == null ^ this.getContentConfig() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getContentConfig() != null && other.getContentConfig().equals(this.getContentConfig()) == falsereturn false
        if (other.getThumbnailConfig() == null ^ this.getThumbnailConfig() == nullreturn false;
        if (other.getThumbnailConfig() != null && other.getThumbnailConfig().equals(this.getThumbnailConfig()) == falsereturn false
        return true;
    }
    
    @Override
    public UpdatePipelineRequest clone() {
        
            return (UpdatePipelineRequestsuper.clone();
    }
}
    
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