Is there a way to use django's built-in user authentication in Google app engine (Python)?

I understand that Google App Engine has it's own user authentication facilities but it offers only three possible way to authenticate:

  • A Google Account
  • An account on your Google Apps domain
  • An OpenID identifier

But what I want is to have the same power that Django's django.contrib.auth gives, with permissions and groups with internal user database. Is there a way to have this Django module ported and used in Google app engine?

Answers


You can use non-rel to run Django on App Engine.

http://code.google.com/appengine/articles/django-nonrel.html


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