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Is it possible using Spring in Google App Engine?

 
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Hi,

I'd like to know if it is possible using Spring in Google App Engine.

Thank you
 
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Rogerio Kioshi wrote:I'd like to know if it is possible using Spring in Google App Engine.



Yes

As with any application you have to be aware of GAE's quirky whitelist, but I've deployed a basic Spring MVC application on GAE with minimal problems. The biggest issue I had (and this is certainly an edge case kinda thing) is that I was putting objects into the session that were actually dynamic proxies to Spring beans. Apparently GAE will let you do that, but upon trying to reinstate the session it fails with a ClassNotFoundException for the interface that the proxy implements. Otherwise, no problems that I'm aware of. (Admittedly, my GAE experience is slim, though.)
 
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