I'm new to google appengine, so I have a basic question. I have
successfully completed the Java tutorial on the google appengine site using
maven. I have been able to succesfully run:
- mvn clean install
- mvn appengine:devserver
It all looks good and works on localhost, but when I come to deploy it to
my real google site with:
- mvn appengine:update
I get the following error:
WARNING: Error posting to URL:
400 Bad Request
Error when loading application configuration:Unable to assign value
'1.9.21' to attribute 'version':Value '1.9.21' for version does not match
I checked the my google appengine dashboard and it is running 1.9.22
Ah ha! Ok, so I edit the POM.xml file from 1.9.21 to 1.9.22 in the
dependency and plugin:
Now maven can't find
[WARNING] The POM for com.google.appengine:appengine-api-1.0-sdk:jar:1.9.22
is missing, no dependency information available
What am I missing here.... :-(
P.s.Whole POM attached.
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