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GWC Example

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<gwcConfiguration xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="http://geowebcache.org/schema/1.2.6/geowebcache.xsd"
xmlns="http://geowebcache.org/schema/1.2.6">
<version>1.2.6</version>
<backendTimeout>120</backendTimeout>

<serviceInformation>
<title>GeoWebCache</title>
<description>GeoWebCache is an advanced tile cache for WMS servers.It supports a large variety of protocols and formats, including WMS-C, WMTS, KML, Google Maps and Virtual Earth.</description>
<keywords>
<keyword>WFS</keyword>
<keyword>WMS</keyword>
<keyword>WMTS</keyword>
<keyword>GEOWEBCACHE</keyword>
</keywords>
<serviceProvider>
<providerName></providerName>
<providerSite>TBD</providerSite>
<serviceContact>
<individualName>Somebody</individualName>
<positionName>Some Job</positionName>
<addressType>Work</addressType>
<addressStreet></addressStreet>
<addressCity></addressCity>
<addressAdministrativeArea></addressAdministrativeArea>
<addressPostalCode></addressPostalCode>
<addressCountry></addressCountry>
<phoneNumber></phoneNumber>
<faxNumber></faxNumber>
<addressEmail></addressEmail>
</serviceContact>
</serviceProvider>
<fees>NONE</fees>
<accessConstraints>NONE</accessConstraints>
</serviceInformation>

<gridSets>
<!-- Grid Set Example,
by default EPSG:900913 and EPSG:4326 are defined -->
<gridSet>
<!-- This does not have to be an EPSG code, you can also
have multiple gridSet elements per SRS -->
<name>EPSG:3734</name>
<srs><number>3734</number></srs>
<extent>
<coords>
<double>1320000</double>
<double>160000</double>
<double>2525000</double>
<double>976000</double>
</coords>
</extent>
<resolutions>
<double>918.6351706036746</double>
<double>229.65879265091866</double>
<double>58.20472440944883</double>
<double>45.931758530183735</double>
<double>29.102362204724415</double>
<double>22.047244094488192</double>
<double>14.220472440944883</double>
<double>11.023622047244096</double>
<double>8.818897637795276</double>
<double>8.267716535433072</double>
<double>5.511811023622048</double>
<double>4.409448818897638</double>
<double>2.204724409448819</double>
<double>1.1023622047244095</double>
<double>0.5511811023622047</double>
</resolutions>
<tileHeight>256</tileHeight>
<tileWidth>256</tileWidth>
</gridSet>
</gridSets>

<layers>

<wmsLayer>
<name>layer_bob</name>
<gridSubsets>
<gridSubset>
<gridSetName>EPSG:3734</gridSetName>
</gridSubset>
</gridSubsets>
<wmsUrl><string>http://address/geoserver/wms</string></wmsUrl&gt;
<wmsLayers>layer_bob</wmsLayers>
</wmsLayer>

</layers>

</gwcConfiguration>

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