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Siegfried Zhuravlev
Siegfried Zhuravlev

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To deploy your application to the GAE you need to maintain yourapplication ID in the file "web/WEB-INF/appengine-web.xml". In thetag "application" maintain the application you have created inGAE/J Registration.In my example I use the application "vogellatodo".




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Developers worry that the applications will not be portable from App Engine and fear being locked into the technology.[32] In response, there are a number of projects to create open-source back-ends for the various proprietary/closed APIs of app engine, especially the datastore.AppScale, CapeDwarf and TyphoonAE[33] are a few of the open source efforts.


I am working on an Apache Maven dynamic web project on eclipse. It uses static files (html, css, js) and a Java servlet. When I deploy my project to the google app engine, the Java servlet does not handle http requests. The project runs perfectly locally. The servlets use @WebServlet, but adding url-mapping to the xml doesn't work either. I deploy using mvn appengine:update. To troubleshoot, I decided to take a java class from a google github repository. I added the java file to my servlet folder and after deploying I get 404 errors for it as well.


E:\appinventor-sources\appinventor>gcloud app deploy --project=appcentral-311908 appengine\build\warWARNING: and elements in appengine-web.xml are not respectedERROR: (gcloud.app.deploy) Staging command [C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Oracle\Java\javapath\java.exe -classpath C:\Users\sathy\AppData\Local\Google\Cloud SDK\google-cloud-sdk\platform\google_appengine\google\appengine\tools\java\lib\appengine-tools-api.jar com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppCfg --enable_new_staging_defaults stage E:\appinventor-sources\appinventor\appengine\build\war C:\Users\sathy\AppData\Local\Temp\tmpvyttbm30\tmprv8l2gsh] failed with return code [1].


Unable to stage:java.lang.RuntimeException: Cannot get the System Java Compiler. Please use a JDK, not a JRE.at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.Application.compileJspJavaFiles(Application.java:1281)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.Application.compileJsps(Application.java:1257)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.Application.populateStagingDirectory(Application.java:979)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.Application.createStagingDirectory(Application.java:866)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppAdminImpl.stageApplication(AppAdminImpl.java:539)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppAdminImpl.stageApplicationWithDefaultResourceLimits(AppAdminImpl.java:492)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppCfg$StagingAction.execute(AppCfg.java:2508)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppCfg.executeAction(AppCfg.java:363)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppCfg.(AppCfg.java:211)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppCfg.(AppCfg.java:118)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppCfg.main(AppCfg.java:114)com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AdminException: Unable to stage app: Cannot get the System Java Compiler. Please use a JDK, not a JRE.at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppAdminImpl.stageApplication(AppAdminImpl.java:543)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppAdminImpl.stageApplicationWithDefaultResourceLimits(AppAdminImpl.java:492)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppCfg$StagingAction.execute(AppCfg.java:2508)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppCfg.executeAction(AppCfg.java:363)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppCfg.(AppCfg.java:211)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppCfg.(AppCfg.java:118)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppCfg.main(AppCfg.java:114)Caused by: java.lang.RuntimeException: Cannot get the System Java Compiler. Please use a JDK, not a JRE.at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.Application.compileJspJavaFiles(Application.java:1281)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.Application.compileJsps(Application.java:1257)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.Application.populateStagingDirectory(Application.java:979)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.Application.createStagingDirectory(Application.java:866)at com.google.appengine.tools.admin.AppAdminImpl.stageApplication(AppAdminImpl.java:539)... 6 more


descriptor: [E:\appinventor-sources\appinventor\appengine\build\war\WEB-INF\appengine-web.xml]source: [E:\appinventor-sources\appinventor\appengine\build\war]target project: [appcentral-311908]target service: [default]target version: [20210430t003329]target url: [ -311908.uc.r.appspot.com]


Ok sure Thanks @ewpatton andimage1896465 21.6 KBI ran into this and after rectifying this error, I should run this command gcloud app deploy --project=appcentral-311908 appengine\build\war again right?


The Google App Engine provides project templates to get you started deveoping using the correct directory structure. Eclipse has a plugin that makes it easy to generate Google App Engine projects and deploy them to the App Engine. If interested in making use of the plugin, please visit to read more information and download the plugin. Similarly, Netbeans has an App Engine plugin that is available on the Kenai site appropriately named nbappengine ( ). In this text we will cover the use of Netbeans 6.7 to develop a simple Jython servlet application to deploy on the App Engine. You can either download and use the template available with one of these IDE plugins, or simply create a new Netbeans project and make use of the template provided with the App Engine SDK (


At this point we will need to create a couple of additional directories within our WEB-INF project directory. We should create a lib directory and place jython.jar and appengine-api-1.0-sdk-1.2.2.jar into the directory. Note that the App Engine JAR may be named differently according to the version that you are using. We should now have a directory structure that resembles the following:


If you follow through the code example from the previous section, you can create the same code and set up the web.xml and appengine-web.xml the same way. The key is to ensure that you create a lib directory within the WEB-INF and you place the files in the appropriate location. You will need to ensure that your Jython servlets are contained in your CLASSPATH by either adding them to the source root for your project, or by going into the project properties and adding the war directory to your Java Build Path. When doing so, make sure you do not include the WEB-INF directory or you will receive errors.


V.G.A.H (Vey-gah) is web application aimed at helping gamers obtain the most objective review of a video games quality. Users may also hold auctions for video games. This is a google app engine application made with Java, JSP, and JavaScript


Developers worry that the applications will not be portable from App Engine and fear being locked into the technology.[28] In response, there are a number of projects to create open-source back-ends for the various proprietary/closed APIs of app engine, especially the datastore. AppScale, CapeDwarf and TyphoonAE[29] are a few of the open source efforts.


OAuth is an open standard for authorization. It is a way to log users in to our application by delegating authenticate process to the third party trustworthy services. In this tutorial we are going to quickly walk through how to use google API to have our users login with their google/gmail accounts.


Several of the libraries supported by Spring Boot use caches to improve performance.For example, template engines cache compiled templates to avoid repeatedly parsing template files.Also, Spring MVC can add HTTP caching headers to responses when serving static resources.


As well as REST web services, you can also use Spring MVC to serve dynamic HTML content.Spring MVC supports a variety of templating technologies, including Thymeleaf, FreeMarker, and JSPs.Also, many other templating engines include their own Spring MVC integrations.


You need to set the projectId and version properties for the plugin to work.The value GCLOUD_CONFIG tells the Google Cloud CLI tools to use the projectId configured in step 4.Also, make sure to use the latest version of the appengine-maven-plugin, which you can find at this link.


Classical ontology is not sufficient to deal with vague or imprecise knowledge for real world applications such as malware behavioral analysis. In addition, malware has grown into a pressing problem for governments and commercial organizations. Anti-malware applications represent one of the most important research topics in the area of information security threat. As a countermeasure, enhanced systems for analyzing the behavior of malware are needed in order to predict malicious actions and minimize computer damages. Many researchers use Virtual Machine (VM) systems to monitor malware behavior, but there are many Anti-VM techniques which are used to counteract the collection, analysis, and reverse engineering features of the VM based malware analysis platform. Therefore, malware researchers are likely to obtain inaccurate analysis from the VM based approach. For this reason, we have developed the Taiwan Malware Analysis Net (TWMAN) which uses a real operating system environment to improve the accuracy of malware behavior analysis and has integrated Type-1 Fuzzy Set (T1FS), Ontology, and Fuzzy Markup Language (FML) on 2010. In this paper, we use Interval Type-2 Fuzzy Set (IT2FS), eggdrop, and glftpd as a cloud service (software as a service) on the Google App Engine along with Python and Android. We believe this system can help improve the correctness of malware analysis results and reduce the rate of malware misdiagnosis. 2012 IEEE. 350c69d7ab


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