Customizing the Service Configuration Files
Among the generated files are a series of XML-based configuration files. Using the configuration files allows you to build a high degree of flexibility into your application. HydraExpress generates these configuration files automatically based on default values in the WSDL, so you don’t have to deal with them unless you wish to customize your application.
The ability to use configuration files to link a transport with a service, or a service with a binding, effectively decouples these objects in your application. This allows you to change how your service works without changing your binding, or to use a new service with the same binding, or to change any number of other elements in your application without having to regenerate code or recompile.
The primary configuration files on the server side are
*the transports configuration file: transports.xml
*the servlet configuration file: servicecontextname_web.xml
*the service chains configuration file: servicecontextname_handlers.xml
*the named objects configuration file: servicecontextname_objects.xml