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+Clone the [[http://bitbucket.org/wkornewald/django-testapp/|django-testapp]] project. Clone the [[http://bitbucket.org/wkornewald/djangoappengine2/|djangoappengine2]] package into the "common-apps" folder. Link this repository's "django" folder into the "common-apps" folder.
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+Sorry, no detailed documentation available, yet. Basically, the port just uses Django's sql.Query class and the new SQLCompiler backend API for non-relational DB support. A few changes in Django's ORM code were necessary in order get non-relational backends to work, but overall it's pretty simple. This way we work around the problem of porting the SQL layer back to the QueryData class in the django-nonrel-multidb port, so we get SQL support almost for free.