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You can develop your web service using a groovy script and/or a groovy c= lass. Imagine, we want to publish a web service performing simple arithmeti= cs. First, we have to write the business class implementing the basic opera= tions. In our example, we chose to just implement simple add and square ope= rations. Note that this class is quite generic and could be use locally. = p>=20=20
Then we have to publish this service. In order to do so, we use WSServer and c= reate one so called node linking our class with a URL.=20 =20
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