Do executes the "logging.entries.list" call. Exactly one of *ListLogEntriesResponse or error will be non-nil. Any non-2xx status code is an error. Response headers are in either *ListLogEntriesResponse.ServerResponse.Header or (if a response was returned at all) in error.(*googleapi.Error).Header. Use googleapi.IsNotModified to check whether the returned error was because http.StatusNotModified was returned.

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	// Ip: Origin IP address.
	Ip string `json:"ip,omitempty"`

	// Latency: Latency of the request.
	Latency string `json:"latency,omitempty"`

	// Line: A list of log lines emitted by the application while serving
	// this request.
	Line []*LogLine `json:"line,omitempty"`

	// MegaCycles: Number of CPU megacycles used to process request.
	MegaCycles int64 `json:"megaCycles,omitempty,string"`

	// Method: Request method. Example: "GET", "HEAD", "PUT",
	// "POST", "DELETE".
	Method string `json:"method,omitempty"`

	// ModuleId: Module of the application that handled this request.
	ModuleId string `json:"moduleId,omitempty"`

	// Nickname: The logged-in user who made the request.
	// Most likely, this is the part of the user's email before the `@`
	// sign.  The
	// field value is the same for different requests from the same user,
	// but
	// different users can have similar names.  This information is
	// also
	// available to the application via the App Engine Users API.
	// This field will be populated starting with App Engine 1.9.21.
	Nickname string `json:"nickname,omitempty"`

	// PendingTime: Time this request spent in the pending request queue.
	PendingTime string `json:"pendingTime,omitempty"`

	// Referrer: Referrer URL of request.
	Referrer string `json:"referrer,omitempty"`

	// RequestId: Globally unique identifier for a request, which is based
	// on the request
	// start time.  Request IDs for requests which started later will
	// compare
	// greater as strings than those for requests which started earlier.
	RequestId string `json:"requestId,omitempty"`

	// Resource: Contains the path and query portion of the URL that was
	// requested. For
	// example, if the URL was "", the