You can download an application's files by running the
appcfg.sh command with the
appcfg.sh -A [YOUR_PROJECT_ID] -V [YOUR_VERSION_ID] download_app [OUTPUT_DIR]
[YOUR_PROJECT_ID]is your GCP project ID.
[YOUR_VERSION_ID]is the version ID of your application that you want to download.
[OUTPUT_DIR]is the full directory path to where you want your files downloaded.
For more information about this command, see the
If the command is successful, you get output similar to the following:
Getting file list... Fetching files... Getting files... [1/5] request.class [2/5] login.class [3/5] static/screen.css [4/5] static/print.css [5/5] images/bird.png
Command not found
If you installed the Google Cloud SDK and use the
appcfg.shcommand is available from the
For example, to use the Google Cloud SDK, you run the
appcfg.shby specifying the directory path:
[SDK_INSTALL_PATH]/google-cloud-sdk/platform/google_appengine/appcfg.sh -A [YOUR_PROJECT_ID] -V [YOUR_VERSION_ID] download_app [OUTPUT_DIR]
You do not have permission to download this app version
Only the authenticated user who deployed the version of the application as well as the users with the project Owner role have the privileges to download files. Other users who attempt to download the application will receive an error message similar to the following:
Fetching file list... Error 403: --- begin server output --- You do not have permission to download this app version. --- end server output ---