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Running WordPress in App Engine
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install WordPress, how to to test it with AppEngine on your local development environment, and how to deploy a simple WordPress installation to the Cloud Platform. This tutorial assumes you are already reasonably comfortable deploying PHP applications to App Engine, and comfortable working with WordPress and MySQL in other environments.
Before beginning this tutorial, please make sure you have completed the following steps.
- You should have downloaded and installed the Google App Engine for PHP SDK for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X or Linux as well as PHP 5.4 with php-cgi
- You should have installed a local copy of MySQL 5 in your development environment
- You should have created a Cloud Console project, and have enabled billing on the project (this is necessary to create a Cloud SQL instance)
This tutorial will also assume you know the following file paths. As these can vary depending on how you installed the SDK, they may be specific to your environment.
APP_ENGINE_SDK_PATH– This is the path to the App Engine SDK you have installed on your development environment
YOUR_PROJECT_ID– This is the Project ID of the Cloud Console project you created. A project ID typically contains lowercase characters and dashes (-) but not uppercase characters or spaces.
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