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1. Enable the plugin

Before you perform this tutorial please make sure Google App Engine Integration plugin is enabled in SettingsPlugins.

2. Create a new project

In order to create a project with support for Google App Engine integration choose Java Module in Project Wizard and click Next.

Now choose Google App Engine facet and specify path to the Google App Engine Java SDK folder.

The IDE will create an empty Google App Engine project.

3. Check the project structure

To make sure the project is configured correctly go to Project StructureModules and check settings of Google App Engine facet.

4. Run the application

Let's modify index.jsp page to output "Hello, world!".

Now we can run the application via the run configuration AppEngine Dev on the toolbar or via RunRun 'AppEngine Dev' menu.

The IDE will run the application locally and open it in browser.

5. Debug the application

If you run the application locally you can debug it just as a common web application via RunDebug 'AppEngine Dev' menu or via the debug button on the toolbar.

6. Configure an account

If you want to upload the application to the cloud you have to create an application on Google App Engine.

When you have created an application on Google App Engine you have to specify its name in your appengine-web.xml file.

7. Upload the applciation

Now you can deploy your application to the cloud via ToolsUpload App Engine Application. The IDE may ask you for the credentials.

While uploading the application the IDE will output logs to the Run tool window.

When the uploading is finished it will open the application in browser.

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