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google cloud SQL and repackaged API

Hi Experts,

I'm getting the following warning in eclipse:

import com.google.appengine.repackaged.com.google.api.client.util.Base64;
"Use of com.google.appengine.repackaged may result in your app breaking without warning."

I see that there are alternative apache APIs I could use, but they are not found.  If I were to find them and use them (and reference them) in my project, would this cause problems when I try to run my webapp on the google cloud instance?

Thanks!
Mike
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Conner TurnerSenior DirectorCommented:
Hello There,

Nope this would not cause problems in short term basis, however you may want to seek alternative methods for doing this, you can refer to the APIs here:

https://code.google.com/p/google-api-java-client/ -Java Library

This may cause long-term problems as Google can update the package without warning and therefore causing your code to become null and not work properly.

HTH,

Conner.
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threadyAuthor Commented:
Thank you Conner- I'll get a chance to finally try this this weekend...
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threadyAuthor Commented:
I'm trying to find which API I could find base64 in.  Any idea?
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Conner TurnerSenior DirectorCommented:
Is this for an Android Project, if So android's Base64 API can be found here:
http://developer.android.com/reference/android/util/Base64.html

If not then this link (http://javadoc.google-api-java-client.googlecode.com/hg/1.0.10-alpha/com/google/api/client/util/Base64.html) maybe of some use towards Java and Base64

HTH,

Conner
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threadyAuthor Commented:
Sorry I took so long.  Thank you
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