Next Steps
The example application presented in this chapter receives and returns simple types that map naturally from the XML Schema date type to SourcePro’s RWDate and from the XML Schema string type to RWCString. Appendix A describes how HydraExpress maps XML Schema types to C++ types, and describes the interface to the classes the generator creates for complex types.
Many of the classes that the server skeleton uses are part of the RWSF Core Library. Documentation for these classes is in the HydraExpress C++ API Reference Guide.
For more information on deploying Web services to the Agent, see Chapter 23, Options for Deploying Services. For information on how to debug a servlet running in the Agent, see the HydraExpress Servlet Development Guide.
For examples using some of HydraExpress’s more advanced features, such as pluggable, customized transports, or handler chaining, see Part IV, Extending your Applications.