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KMB [PersonRank 7]

Wednesday, April 8, 2009
12 years ago3,680 views

- App Engine's early look at Java™ language support includes a Java runtime, integration with the new Google Web Toolkit 1.6, and a Google -Plugin for Eclipse

- The Google Secure Data Connector enables centrally-managed access to on-premise data from Google Apps

- The database import tool makes it easier to move gigabytes of data into App Engine (and export functionality is coming within the month)

- Cron support can execute scheduled tasks like report generation and DB clean-up at regular intervals

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Ludwik Trammer [PersonRank 10]

12 years ago #

The one thing that keeps me from using App Engine is lack of good full text search functionality. It seems really weird that Google's database product doesn't allow full text searching.

Philipp Lenssen [PersonRank 10]

12 years ago #

Outages continue on App Engine during the last days.

9 hours ago
<<App Engine experienced a brief outage this evening. At 5:25 pm PST (GMT-8), access to the datastore was interrupted for approximately seven (7) minutes. Normal application serving was restored shortly thereafter, however the Admin Console remained inaccessible for approximately one hour ten minutes. This was a transient issue and is now resolved; all functionality should be fully restored.>>

2 days ago
<<The scheduled tasks service saw some down time last night from 11:30pm and 2:30am PST (GMT-8), and again from 6am to 12:00pm PST. This issue has been identified and fixed.

During this time, previously scheduled tasks did not run, but should now run as normally scheduled. Tasks that were created during this time will not run, and will need to be re-created.>>

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