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Uploading app to Google App Engine

Igor Mandic
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Joined: Nov 15, 2011
Posts: 24

Ok, I am not sure that this is the right place but I will try here..
Anyway.. I am using Eclipse on Windows and Google add on for Eclipse (you know.. for google app engine)..
I created Application on Google App Engine web site. The right place where it should be created. Gave it the name "iprogg", just a simple name for first app.
Then I made full project that works realy fine. Its basicly a copy of the example from guide. (Just to test does this thing work).
I added that name "iprogg" to war/web-inf/appengience-web.xml .. just where it should be so now there is a line saying <application>iprogg</application> .. which I think should be totaly ok.
So... as everything now is good I tried to upload it using that Google toolbar. Pressed "Deploy to app engine" and again pressed DEPLOY button. Everything starts and then!
Then, I got ERROR.. saying:


..Can anyone help please??


Seems legit..
Peter Johnson
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Joined: May 14, 2008
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Wow, its been a while since I deployed my Google App Engine program, but I went back and checked what I have. In my appengine-web.xml file, I don't have a setting for <application> - it is blank. I double-checked the uploaded app and it uses and id of xxxxx (sorry, not going to say, I don't want anyone using it and running up my tab!). But from what I recall, I did the upload through the App Engine web site, not via Eclipse. So try that instead. Oh, and remove the <application> value from the xml file.


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Igor Mandic
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Joined: Nov 15, 2011
Posts: 24

Hmm.. I did it your way... figured it out... BUT ... still the same error appears ... :S ... Idk why
Campbell Ritchie
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Don’t delete posts after they have been replied to Don’t use abbreviations like idk.
Igor Mandic
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Joined: Nov 15, 2011
Posts: 24

Campbell Ritchie wrote:Don’t delete posts after they have been replied to Don’t use abbreviations like idk.


oh
.. that with " ... " was just mine something that I posted 20 min. before.
Nobody saw it, it was a question but I figured it out anyway.
I am sory for "idk" too.
Sory Master..

But, still, can someone help me up with this?

Please..
Maneesh Godbole
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Joined: Jul 26, 2007
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When you upload via eclipse, did it ask you to login? Does the login ID have "write" permissions for the app you created?


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Igor Mandic
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Joined: Nov 15, 2011
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Nah, I do not think so.. anyway, I resolved it .. it just happend... I do not know how, I think it was some mistake by them..
 
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