PhotArk
  1. PhotArk
  2. PHOTARK-8

maven-gae-plugin integration with photark-appengine-wepp

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      Right now we have to upload the photark-appengie-webapp to google everytime we make a change...we should only upload the working version to the google..We are using deploy.sh for uploading the application.
      All the development and testing should be done on the local machine.

      integration with maven-gae-plugin(http://www.kindleit.net/maven_gae_plugin/) with photark-appengine-webapp will save a lot of time.

      Goals

      1. mvn net.kindleit:maven-gae-plugin:0.4.2:run
      2. mvn net.kindleit:maven-gae-plugin:0.4.2:update

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        Luciano Resende added a comment -

        Ok, I'll take a look... most likely over the weekend.

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        Luciano Resende added a comment - Ok, I'll take a look... most likely over the weekend.
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        Avdhesh Yadav added a comment -

        photark-appengine-webapp is not buiding after removing datanucleus and geronimo-jpa jars .....saying missing dependencies.....
        I think maven-gae-plugin need this these dependencies..Please have a look into this..

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        Avdhesh Yadav added a comment - photark-appengine-webapp is not buiding after removing datanucleus and geronimo-jpa jars .....saying missing dependencies..... I think maven-gae-plugin need this these dependencies..Please have a look into this..
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        Luciano Resende added a comment -

        Yes, we don't need any of those for now at least.

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        Luciano Resende added a comment - Yes, we don't need any of those for now at least.
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        Avdhesh Yadav added a comment -

        You are saying that datanucleus and geronimo-jpa jar causing org.slf4j dependencies and we do not need these persistence jar files ?

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        Avdhesh Yadav added a comment - You are saying that datanucleus and geronimo-jpa jar causing org.slf4j dependencies and we do not need these persistence jar files ?
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        Luciano Resende added a comment -

        After a quick look, I was wondering if there is a way to re-use the AppEngine SDK already installed locally and configured in Eclipse. Also, we don't need all the persistence dependencies which is also bringing the org.slf4j dependencies. If you need help, I could take a look with more time over the weekend.

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        Luciano Resende added a comment - After a quick look, I was wondering if there is a way to re-use the AppEngine SDK already installed locally and configured in Eclipse. Also, we don't need all the persistence dependencies which is also bringing the org.slf4j dependencies. If you need help, I could take a look with more time over the weekend.

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            Avdhesh Yadav
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