Source code for langchain_community.utilities.google_search

"""Util that calls Google Search."""

from typing import Any, Dict, List, Optional

from langchain_core._api.deprecation import deprecated
from langchain_core.pydantic_v1 import BaseModel, Extra, root_validator
from langchain_core.utils import get_from_dict_or_env

[docs]@deprecated( since="0.0.33", removal="0.3.0", alternative_import="langchain_google_community.GoogleSearchAPIWrapper", ) class GoogleSearchAPIWrapper(BaseModel): """Wrapper for Google Search API. Adapted from: Instructions adapted from 37083058/ programmatically-searching-google-in-python-using-custom-search TODO: DOCS for using it 1. Install google-api-python-client - If you don't already have a Google account, sign up. - If you have never created a Google APIs Console project, read the Managing Projects page and create a project in the Google API Console. - Install the library using pip install google-api-python-client 2. Enable the Custom Search API - Navigate to the APIs & Services→Dashboard panel in Cloud Console. - Click Enable APIs and Services. - Search for Custom Search API and click on it. - Click Enable. URL for it: .com 3. To create an API key: - Navigate to the APIs & Services → Credentials panel in Cloud Console. - Select Create credentials, then select API key from the drop-down menu. - The API key created dialog box displays your newly created key. - You now have an API_KEY Alternatively, you can just generate an API key here: 4. Setup Custom Search Engine so you can search the entire web - Create a custom search engine here: - In `What to search` to search, pick the `Search the entire Web` option. After search engine is created, you can click on it and find `Search engine ID` on the Overview page. """ search_engine: Any #: :meta private: google_api_key: Optional[str] = None google_cse_id: Optional[str] = None k: int = 10 siterestrict: bool = False class Config: """Configuration for this pydantic object.""" extra = Extra.forbid def _google_search_results(self, search_term: str, **kwargs: Any) -> List[dict]: cse = self.search_engine.cse() if self.siterestrict: cse = cse.siterestrict() res = cse.list(q=search_term, cx=self.google_cse_id, **kwargs).execute() return res.get("items", []) @root_validator() def validate_environment(cls, values: Dict) -> Dict: """Validate that api key and python package exists in environment.""" google_api_key = get_from_dict_or_env( values, "google_api_key", "GOOGLE_API_KEY" ) values["google_api_key"] = google_api_key google_cse_id = get_from_dict_or_env(values, "google_cse_id", "GOOGLE_CSE_ID") values["google_cse_id"] = google_cse_id try: from googleapiclient.discovery import build except ImportError: raise ImportError( "google-api-python-client is not installed. " "Please install it with `pip install google-api-python-client" ">=2.100.0`" ) service = build("customsearch", "v1", developerKey=google_api_key) values["search_engine"] = service return values
[docs] def run(self, query: str) -> str: """Run query through GoogleSearch and parse result.""" snippets = [] results = self._google_search_results(query, num=self.k) if len(results) == 0: return "No good Google Search Result was found" for result in results: if "snippet" in result: snippets.append(result["snippet"]) return " ".join(snippets)
[docs] def results( self, query: str, num_results: int, search_params: Optional[Dict[str, str]] = None, ) -> List[Dict]: """Run query through GoogleSearch and return metadata. Args: query: The query to search for. num_results: The number of results to return. search_params: Parameters to be passed on search Returns: A list of dictionaries with the following keys: snippet - The description of the result. title - The title of the result. link - The link to the result. """ metadata_results = [] results = self._google_search_results( query, num=num_results, **(search_params or {}) ) if len(results) == 0: return [{"Result": "No good Google Search Result was found"}] for result in results: metadata_result = { "title": result["title"], "link": result["link"], } if "snippet" in result: metadata_result["snippet"] = result["snippet"] metadata_results.append(metadata_result) return metadata_results