Category Archives: Google App Engine

Uploading a file using HTTP Post and Play! Framework Databinding on Google App engine

Using an http POST and sending to a Play! controller fails if the Controller action declares the request as java.io.File. So doing this would give a null value for the File variable in the controller: HTML Form: <form action=”@{Application.uploadFile()}” method=”POST” … Continue reading

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Accessing the Servlet API HttpServletRequest and HttpServletResponse from a Play! Application

The new version of Play! 1.1.2 has a new patch for accessing the request and response. Here is the ticket I am currently using git clone so I pull the new sources regularly. But there is a method for those … Continue reading

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Developing using the Play! Framework, JDO and Google App Engine

The Play! framework is an excellent framework for developing on the Google App Engine. One of the many benefits is that the Play! framework encourages building stateless applications by design. This fits nicely with the GAE which can scale an … Continue reading

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Changing the listening address of the Google App Engine Jetty Server

Google App Engine (GAE) uses Jetty as the embedded webserver for the SDK. When developing locally the webserver listens on the localhost address and on port 8080. But if you want to connect from an external address then you have … Continue reading

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