Google Cloud Endpoints Tips #1: Check Endpoint Deployment Status

While deploying Cloud Endpoints to a live appspot.com domain, it is important to know if your endpoints deployed OK or not. The Logs Viewer of App Engine provides a good way for you to determine that.

Do the following:

  1. Deploy your App Engine project containing Cloud Endpoints.
  2. Once deployed successfully, go to the App Engine Administration Console and go to Logs Viewer.
  3. Scroll through the recent logs by time-stamp and you shall see something that looks like this:

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I have 5 Endpoints in my project and for each of the endpoints, it will provide a OK message as shown above.

The above quick tip is referenced from the documentation and it also mentions that in case there was a problem deploying the Endpoint, you should see an ERROR instead of OK.

List of Cloud Endpoints Tips 

  1. Check Endpoint Deployment Status
  2. Throw the Right Exception Classes
  3. Understand Injected Types
  4. Understand @API and @APIMethod Annotations
  5. Using Cursor and Limit parameters
  6. The @APIResourceProperty Annotation
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