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By roby73
Published: Dec 02 2013 / 10:35

In the previous two posts (Openbravo meets Groovy and Openbravo has lunch with Groovy) we saw how to install Groovy Adapter module, we saw how you can execute Groovy code on Openbravo; we also saw how we can define a Java process, use Groovy in order to define its business logic, and become more “agile and responsive” to customer change requestes. I’d like to close this series of Groovy and Openbravo posts showing you how to use this module to write callouts and event handlers.
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