Next Steps
The example application presented in this chapter receives and returns simple types that map naturally from the XML Schema string type to standard string. Appendix A describes how the HydraExpress’s XML binding capabilities map XML Schema types to C++ types. Appendix A also describes the interface to a class that represents a complex type.
Many of the classes that the client proxy uses are part of the RWSF Core Library located in the directory <installdir>\include\rwsf\core and documented in the HydraExpress C++ API Reference Guide.
For an example on creating a service and its various options, seeChapter 8, Developing Services.
For examples using some of HydraExpress’s Web service’s more advanced features, such as pluggable, customized transports, or handler chaining, see Part IV, Extending your Applications.