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Jersey and intelliJ : How to configure grizzly-http server

Nimu Chox
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Hello Everyone,

...I have been trying to create a webservice using Jersey, embedded Grizzly Httpserver and intellij. Could someone please start me off or tell me what I am doing wrong. Your help is really appreciated. I tried few examples but they dont work.
For example the one provided below:








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William Brogden
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but they dont work.


That is not sufficient information.

What are you doing to test the service?

What actually happens?

Are errors reported?

Bill


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Nimu Chox
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..I think the best question is how to use the grizzly-http server and jersey in intelli j (I am using 11). Please list some steps for me. Thanks.
 
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