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Add an 'update' task to upload application to GAE.

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1Google App Engine
2=================
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4Alex Muscar
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6Running ABCL in a Google App Engine container.
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8This example shows how to run your Java servlet off ABCL in general
9and in Google App Engine (GAE) in particular.
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11When uploading your code to the server, be sure to put abcl.jar
12in war/WEB-INF/lib.
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15Running Locally
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181.  Download the [Google App Engine SDK for Java][1], unzipping the
19    distribution somewhere on your filesystem
20    (e.g. "~/work/appengine-java-sdk-1.4.3").
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22[1]: http://googleappengine.googlecode.com/files/appengine-java-sdk-1.4.3.zip
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242.  Simply invoke Ant on the `build.xml' in this directory with the
25    `runserver' target, setting the `sdk.dir' JVM property to specify
26    the location of the SDK.
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28        unix$ ant -Dsdk.dir=$HOME/work/appengine-java-sdk-1.4.3/ runserver
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303.  Visit `http://localhost:8080/hello' in a web browser to see the example run.
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33Deploying to GAE
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361.  To deploy the included example to GAE, you need to first obtain a
37    GAE account, and pick a GAE application id to use with the
38    application.
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402.  Then you need to edit 'war/WEB-INF/appengine-web.xml' to specify
41    this application.  Just replace the contents of the <applciation>
42    tag (initially 'GAE-APPLICATION-ID-GOES-HERE') in the file with
43    your GAE ID.
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453.  Then the Ant task 'update' should upload your application to GAE:
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47        unix$ ant update
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49    You will be prompted for the Google Account credentials associated
50    with the application ID.
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