kandi X-RAY | appengine Summary
kandi X-RAY | appengine Summary
The actual server running on Google AppEngine (GAE).
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Gets users
- Returns a badge with the given money
- Checks to see if there are an overtaktries in the database
- Send a sync message to a device
- Handles a request to retrieve an ExposeExpose
- Checks distance from Expose
- Calculates the distance between two points
- Dieses a GET request
- Returns a list of Exposes to be checked
- Gets a good badge for all users
- Get all users
- Handles the incoming request
- Returns a list of available heatmap values
- Override this method to execute the parameters
- Sends all users for an alert badge
- Handles a user request
- Handles a request
- Handles a C2DM request
- Handles the request
- This method checks to see if the user is valid
- Retrieves the user actions
- Extract the real estate from a JSON object
- Generate a history for the user
- Determines if a user is owned by the user
- Handles the topx request
- Retrieves a list of exposed exposes
appengine Key Features
appengine Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on appengine
I am trying to install a library from a go v1.18 program to access Google Cloud. Previously, the "go get" command was used, but since version 1.18, it is no longer available. It seems to use go install, but I get an error when executing the command....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-09 at 21:13
go install is used to install binary programs available on the package. Usually command line tools.
go get, until go1.18, was used to update packages and install programs, they change it by split in several programs
Seems there is nothing to install. Also the main package is not bigquery but cloud.google.com/go
If you want to install a dependency, if you are using vendorized modules you can do
$ go get -u cloud.google.com/go/bigquery
$ go mod tidy
$ go mod vendor
If not, you may try it by running
go mod init first
I am trying to deploy Google's nginx hello world example via App Engine's flexible env. I'm using the same setup as detailed in the quick start guide, with the exception of network settings added to
app.yaml (file contents below):
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-11 at 00:43
I also tried reproducing the same scenario you have mentioned but no error was thrown to me. When adding the network to your app.yaml you have to make sure you use the short name for network, this is mentioned here.
The network settings in your app.yaml should look something like this:
I am trying to deploy functions to firebase using my Mac M1, for which it was required to do an
npm install to install packages in
I am getting this error:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-17 at 08:37
Usually someone having a Mac M1 would have this issue. The Mac M1 processor is
arm64. There was a solution posted here which requires to change terminal architecture to
arch -x86_64 zsh which I did not want to do.
So, that's the workaround I was able to discover (some of the steps also mentioned in the error):
My Laravel app is running on docker using Linux commands on a Windows Machine. This means instead of using 'php artisan' commands, I use 'sail artisan' commands. I am able to migrate locally onto the SQL server on docker (
sail artisan migrate) and am able to deploy the app onto Google Cloud (
gcloud app deploy). The final bit of my puzzle piece is migrating the database onto the Google Cloud SQL server.
When I was first setting the app up, I had problems with this so I exported the SQL server, uploaded it to Google Cloud and then deployed it manually which was fine for a one-off but I now have things I would like to change about the database structure without losing all the data. I also figured it was about time I learnt to do it properly anyway.
I have attempted to use the instructions on Google's community tutorial, however, this guide presupposes the project does not yet exist whereas I am working with a pre-existing application and a pre-existing database. I tried to jump into the tutorial halfway through but I couldn't get the Cloud SQL proxy to work. After a bit more research, I found this article which I got partway through, however, once I got to the part needing TCP or Unix sockets, neither set of commands will run without error on my Ubuntu terminal.
If anyone knows of any useful articles or has had this problem themself, I would greatly appreciate your help.
- Laravel Framework 8.69.0
- Vue version 3.0.5
- Docker Engine Community 20.10.8
- SQL server 'europe-west2'
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-18 at 16:07
I'm not aware of anyway to run sail/artisan command line commands on GCP.
./vendor/facade/ignition/src/Solutions/RunMigrationsSolution.php there is the following function
I am using this Dockerfile to deploy to App Engine Flexible environment....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-21 at 22:21
According to Google's documentation, you also need to add a Dockerfile in the same directory that contains the
app.yaml file. For building Python containers, Google provides this base image:
The Python runtime has Python 2.7.9 and Python 3.7.2 pre-installed. You can customize the Dockerfile to install other versions or alternative interpreters if needed. You can specify whether to use Python 2 or Python 3 in your application's Dockerfile when creating the virtual environment:
RUN venv /env -p python3.7
Python 2 (implicit)
RUN virtualenv /env
Python 2 (explicit)
RUN virtualenv /env -p python2.7
In my application config i have defined the following properties:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-16 at 13:12
Acording to this answer: https://stackoverflow.com/a/51236918/16651073 tomcat falls back to default logging if it can resolve the location
Can you try to save the properties without the spaces.
I'm unable to create a Cloud Function in my GCP project using GUI, but have admin roles for GCF, SA and IAM.
Here is the error message:
Missing necessary permission iam.serviceAccounts.actAs for cloud-client-api-gae on the service account serviceaccountname@DOMAIN.iam.gserviceaccount.com. Grant the role 'roles/iam.serviceAccountUser' to cloud-client-api-gae on the service account serviceaccountname@DOMAIN.iam.gserviceaccount.com.
cloud-client-api-gae is not an SA nor User on my IAM list. It must be a creature living underneath Graphical User Interfrace.
I have Enabled API for GCF, AppEngine and I have
Service Account Admin role.
I had literally 0 search results when googling for
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-18 at 13:53
I contacted GCP support and it seems I was missing a single permission for my user:
Service Account User - that's it.
PS: Person from support didn't know what this thing called "cloud-client-api-gae" is.
With the upgrade to Google Cloud SDK 360.0.0-0 i started seeing the following error when running the
dev_appserver.py command for my Python 2.7 App Engine project.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-08 at 08:52
This issue seems to have been resolved with Google Cloud SDK version 371
On my debian based system i fixed it by downgrading the
app-engine-python component to the previous version
I have a TypeScript project that has been deployed several times without any problems to Google App Engine, Standard environment, running Node 10. However, when I try to update the App Engine project to either Node 12 or 14 (by editing the
engines.node value in
package.json and the
runtime value in
app.yaml), the deploy fails, printing the following to the console:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-16 at 14:32
I encountered the exact same problem and just put typescript in dependencies, not devDependencies.
It worked after that, but cannot assure that it is due to this change (since I have no proof of that).
I'm new using App Engine, and I would appreciate if someone can clarify this doubt:
How can I be sure that AppEngine in the cloud have the correct version of go I need to have in the cloud?
I have read some articles about installing and downloading the SDK for google on my local machine (and of course, I am able to install the version I need on my machine); but once I have generated my app in Go and I want to deploy it to App Engine in the cloud, how can I be sure Google infrastructure has the correct version?
I want to install Iris Web framework as part of the stack but it requires to go vers 1.14 or superior, Google App Engine standard only provides support for Google 1.11 and 1.12+ so I think I would need to go for the Google App Engine Flexible option, if that were the case, how can I be sure it has or support the Go version I need?... Or Is there some procedure to follow to install it ?
Thanks in advance for your support...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-03 at 21:27
With the Flexible environment you have the ability to pin a version rather than using the latest available/supported. In order to do that, you will have to specify in your app.yaml file the exact version you would like it to be:
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You can use appengine like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the appengine component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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