Google Apps domain name. It's important to note that since some services aren't yet
available on Google Apps (Reader, Blogger, Google Voice) many people have logins that
match their Google Apps domain for the public services. If this is the case, your App
Engine applications will show up only in your Google Apps Administration Console.
Your list will appear empty until you log in with the /a/yourdomain.com suffix.
Start by logging in to the appropriate URI to open your Google Apps
Administration Console. Reference Table 9-1 for the correct URI. You might be
prompted for your Google Accounts credentials.
Table 9-1. App Engine Administration Consoles
Google Account Type
Administration Console URL
Once you've logged in you should see the list of applications you've created so far.
You'll see two columns, as shown in Figure 9-1.
Figure 9-1. The My Applications list
The Application column shows the App Engine application ID. This is the same
name you used when you deployed your application to appspot.com. Each registered
application gets a unique subdomain under appspot.com. Because of this and to prevent
domain-name parking, you are restricted to a total of 10 registered applications. There's
no way to rename or delete applications at this time, so choose your names carefully!
The Current Version column lists the App Engine version for each of your
applications. You can click the link to see the running application. Each unique
version you deploy to App Engine gets its own URI, so you can test your changes
before rolling them out. Each application version you upload can be accessed