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Class Braket

The Amazon Braket API Reference provides information about the operations and structures supported in Amazon Braket.

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Hierarchy

Implements

Index

Constructors

constructor

Properties

Readonly config

The resolved configuration of BraketClient class. This is resolved and normalized from the constructor configuration interface.

middlewareStack

Methods

cancelJob

cancelQuantumTask

createJob

createQuantumTask

destroy

  • destroy(): void
  • Destroy underlying resources, like sockets. It's usually not necessary to do this. However in Node.js, it's best to explicitly shut down the client's agent when it is no longer needed. Otherwise, sockets might stay open for quite a long time before the server terminates them.

    Returns void

getDevice

  • Retrieves the devices available in Amazon Braket.

    For backwards compatibility with older versions of BraketSchemas, OpenQASM information is omitted from GetDevice API calls. To get this information the user-agent needs to present a recent version of the BraketSchemas (1.8.0 or later). The Braket SDK automatically reports this for you. If you do not see OpenQASM results in the GetDevice response when using a Braket SDK, you may need to set AWS_EXECUTION_ENV environment variable to configure user-agent. See the code examples provided below for how to do this for the AWS CLI, Boto3, and the Go, Java, and JavaScript/TypeScript SDKs.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<GetDeviceCommandOutput>

  • Retrieves the devices available in Amazon Braket.

    For backwards compatibility with older versions of BraketSchemas, OpenQASM information is omitted from GetDevice API calls. To get this information the user-agent needs to present a recent version of the BraketSchemas (1.8.0 or later). The Braket SDK automatically reports this for you. If you do not see OpenQASM results in the GetDevice response when using a Braket SDK, you may need to set AWS_EXECUTION_ENV environment variable to configure user-agent. See the code examples provided below for how to do this for the AWS CLI, Boto3, and the Go, Java, and JavaScript/TypeScript SDKs.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Retrieves the devices available in Amazon Braket.

    For backwards compatibility with older versions of BraketSchemas, OpenQASM information is omitted from GetDevice API calls. To get this information the user-agent needs to present a recent version of the BraketSchemas (1.8.0 or later). The Braket SDK automatically reports this for you. If you do not see OpenQASM results in the GetDevice response when using a Braket SDK, you may need to set AWS_EXECUTION_ENV environment variable to configure user-agent. See the code examples provided below for how to do this for the AWS CLI, Boto3, and the Go, Java, and JavaScript/TypeScript SDKs.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Retrieves the devices available in Amazon Braket.

    For backwards compatibility with older versions of BraketSchemas, OpenQASM information is omitted from GetDevice API calls. To get this information the user-agent needs to present a recent version of the BraketSchemas (1.8.0 or later). The Braket SDK automatically reports this for you. If you do not see OpenQASM results in the GetDevice response when using a Braket SDK, you may need to set AWS_EXECUTION_ENV environment variable to configure user-agent. See the code examples provided below for how to do this for the AWS CLI, Boto3, and the Go, Java, and JavaScript/TypeScript SDKs.

    Parameters

    • args: GetDeviceCommandInput
    • Optional options: __HttpHandlerOptions

    Returns Promise<GetDeviceCommandOutput>

  • Retrieves the devices available in Amazon Braket.

    For backwards compatibility with older versions of BraketSchemas, OpenQASM information is omitted from GetDevice API calls. To get this information the user-agent needs to present a recent version of the BraketSchemas (1.8.0 or later). The Braket SDK automatically reports this for you. If you do not see OpenQASM results in the GetDevice response when using a Braket SDK, you may need to set AWS_EXECUTION_ENV environment variable to configure user-agent. See the code examples provided below for how to do this for the AWS CLI, Boto3, and the Go, Java, and JavaScript/TypeScript SDKs.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Retrieves the devices available in Amazon Braket.

    For backwards compatibility with older versions of BraketSchemas, OpenQASM information is omitted from GetDevice API calls. To get this information the user-agent needs to present a recent version of the BraketSchemas (1.8.0 or later). The Braket SDK automatically reports this for you. If you do not see OpenQASM results in the GetDevice response when using a Braket SDK, you may need to set AWS_EXECUTION_ENV environment variable to configure user-agent. See the code examples provided below for how to do this for the AWS CLI, Boto3, and the Go, Java, and JavaScript/TypeScript SDKs.

    Parameters

    Returns void

getJob

getQuantumTask

listTagsForResource

searchDevices

searchJobs

searchQuantumTasks

send

tagResource

untagResource