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Appengine Apps Vs Google bot web crawler

By : slimsea
Date : November 21 2020, 07:01 PM
help you fix your problem Well, from this corner of the cyberspace, there is no such domain cricket.hover.in.
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Appengine without google apps?

Appengine without google apps?


By : Bongeka Madiba
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out According to this answer you cannot.
Add domain to Google Appengine w/o using Google Apps for Business

Add domain to Google Appengine w/o using Google Apps for Business


By : Jeffrey Omonibo
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you I've tried to add a custom domain for my app, my own domain, instead of default example.appspot.com. , UPDATE: see comment from @JW.
SSL configuration with Google AppEngine - redirecting naked domain makes Google Apps bug

SSL configuration with Google AppEngine - redirecting naked domain makes Google Apps bug


By : Rob Wood
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further It looks like wwwizer.com does the trick.
I just created a simple A record pointing to wwwizer's IP in the DNS entries of my domain manager, and it's working. For free.
How to access Google Apps API from appengine?

How to access Google Apps API from appengine?


By : Jose.Gringo
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps I managed to solve the problem on my own.
I have used my google service account to create spreadsheet on the service account's google drive (sheet API takecare of storing the sheet to google drive). Then I gave writer role permission for that particular file to my own gmail id. Now I can be able to view that particular form sheet in my google drive.
code :
from googleapiclient import discovery
import cloudstorage as gcs
# from oauth2client import client
# from oauth2client.contrib import appengine
# from google.appengine.api import memcache
import httplib2
from google.appengine.api import memcache
from oauth2client.contrib.appengine import AppAssertionCredentials
import logging
import os

import io
from googleapiclient.http import MediaIoBaseDownload

logger = logging.getLogger(__name__)
credentials = AppAssertionCredentials(scope='https://www.googleapis.com/auth/spreadsheets')

drive_credentials = AppAssertionCredentials(scope='https://www.googleapis.com/auth/drive')

http = credentials.authorize(httplib2.Http(memcache))
drive_http = drive_credentials.authorize(httplib2.Http(memcache))

discoveryUrl = ('https://sheets.googleapis.com/$discovery/rest?'
                'version=v4')
service = discovery.build('sheets', 'v4', http=http,
                          discoveryServiceUrl=discoveryUrl)


def callback(request_id, response, exception):
    if exception:
        # Handle error
        print exception
    else:
        print "Permission Id: %s" % response.get('id')


def list_drive_files(drive_service):
    results = drive_service.files().list(
        pageSize=10).execute()

    items = results.get('files', [])
    if not items:
        print('No files found.')
    else:
        print('Files:')
        for item in items:
            print('{0} ({1})'.format(item['name'], item['id']))

def give_file_permission(drive_service, file_id):
    batch = drive_service.new_batch_http_request(callback=callback)
    user_permission = {
        'type': 'user',
        'role': 'writer',
        'emailAddress': 'foobar@gmail.com' # email address of the user you want to give permission
    }
    batch.add(drive_service.permissions().create(
        fileId=file_id,
        body=user_permission,
        fields='id',
    ))
    batch.execute()

def creat_sample_sheet():

    # data = {'properties': {'title': 'Academic Sheet'}}
    # res = sheet_service.spreadsheets().create(body=data).execute()

    # SHEET_ID = res['spreadsheetId']
    SHEET_ID = '1awnM7z_aomHx833Z5S_Z-agFusaidmgcCa0FJIFyGE8'


    sheet = service.spreadsheets().get(spreadsheetId=SHEET_ID, includeGridData=True)
    drive_service = discovery.build('drive', 'v3', http=drive_http)
    list_drive_files(drive_service)

    # Sharing a file
    # file_id = '1bgvJdXG0eg2JGaNlIcdtde_XJlg2gAUT_DOzHi75zys'



def write_to_sheet(form):
    logger.info('Inside write to sheet')
    first_name = form.cleaned_data.get('first_name', '')
    sur_name = form.cleaned_data.get('sur_name', '')
    email = form.cleaned_data.get('e_mail', '')
    phone_no = form.cleaned_data.get('mobile_phone', '')
    year_of_passing = form.cleaned_data.get('year_of_passing', '')
    present_occupation = form.cleaned_data.get('present_occupation', '')
    present_city = form.cleaned_data.get('present_city', '')
    courses_attended = ', '.join([str(i) for i in form.cleaned_data.get('courses_attended', '')])
    volunteer = form.cleaned_data.get('volunteer', '')

    fields = [ 'first_name',  'sur_name', 'e_mail', 'mobile_phone', 'year_of_passing', 'present_occupation', 'present_city', 'courses_attended' , 'volunteer' ]
    # data = {'properties': {'title': 'Form Sheet'}}

    # # create sheet
    # res = service.spreadsheets().create(body=data).execute()
    # # sheet_id = res['spreadsheetId']
    sheet_id = '1bgvJdXG0eg2JGaNlIcdtde_XJlg2gAUT_DOzHi75zys'

    # print sheet_id

    # update sheet
    data = {'values': [[first_name, sur_name, email, phone_no, year_of_passing, present_occupation,
                                present_city, courses_attended, volunteer]]}
    service.spreadsheets().values().append(spreadsheetId=sheet_id,
    range='A1', body=data, valueInputOption='RAW').execute()

    # Getting rows
    # rows = service.spreadsheets().values().get(spreadsheetId=sheet_id,
    # range='Sheet1').execute().get('values', [])
    # for row in rows:
    #     print row
Google Appengine & google Apps - mapping www.mydomain.com to my-app-id.appspot.com

Google Appengine & google Apps - mapping www.mydomain.com to my-app-id.appspot.com


By : user3789371
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help Not having bought a domain through Google, I don't know if they provide DNS configuration. But what you need to do is to configure the DNS for your domain, so that it has a CNAME entry for the subdomain(s) you want to point to your application. It would look something like this:
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