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I can't sign into my Google account when I am trying to deploy my app to Google App Engine via Eclipse.

Missing required parameter: client_id

How can I solve that?

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Did you set the Application ID and Version ?

Details on how to do so here.

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yes. I did set. The same thing happens. – kitokid Mar 11 '12 at 2:15
@PTY I got this error when I did not set those, make sure the application id and version is valid – HackToHell Mar 11 '12 at 4:14

this error might occur when you use eclipse INDIGO. At the moment only eclipse HELIOS is supported.


I also had a lot of trouble signing in but finally got my eclipse running.

Turns out there is a plugin for Indigo, but it is not listed on all pages correctly. However, I got it working with Helios and Indigo.

  • Make sure you follow the installation guide exactly
  • Use a "Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers" or add the webtools plugins from the update site
  • Install the Android Developer Tools (ADT) BEFORE adding the google plugin, and make sure you restart your eclipse before you continue.
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Hi @dube I use Helios Service Release 1. – kitokid May 11 '12 at 1:41
up vote 0 down vote accepted

Seem like the problem is java version. As I have so many java version in my machine, my existing one is jdk 1.5 according to development of one project.

last few days ago, I installed

jdk 1.7

and change path in enviroment variables setting,and updated eclipse plug in to prepare for andriod development to test. And just click to sign in google acount from eclipse, it was working again.

When I set back to jdk 1.5, can't log in again.

Thanks everyone for your answers.

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