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allows you to make XML-RPC calls usi= ng the Jabber protocol. Groovy has a Jabber-RPC implementation which allows= you to create a local Jabber-RPC server and to make calls on remote Jabber= -RPC servers. Jabber servers are widely available and very easy to set up a= nd run. The Google GTalk service uses Jabber and the Groovy Jabber-RPC pack= age works over GTalk.
We use the excellent
Jabber library from Jive Software to handle the protocol details.
It's really easy to set up a server which provides a set of remotely cal= lable functions.=20
It's pretty easy to make the remote calls too=20