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The service oriented computing paradigm is a new model for distributed computing and due to its simplicity and powerful features, it is being popular and has a wide variety of implementation in different scenarios. The already built system is studies in detail, which was totally implemented using the Grid Technology. The idea of the current work is how we can implement the same functionality in the non-real time environment. The basic idea is to merge the web services and grid services to formulate the unique concept of context dependent quality of service (QoS) for both real time and non-real time solutions. When we merge these different types of services, the main focusing point is to define the service level agreement (SLA) when these different qualified services want to interact with each other. This document discusses and formulates the theoretical aspects, which in future work, can be consider for the practical implementation.