Class Definition Reference
Describes the structure of an XData block.
An XData block is a named unit of data that you include in a class definition, typically for use by a method in the class. Most frequently, it is a well-formed XML document, but it could consist of other forms of data, such as JSON or YAML.
An XData block has the following structure:
XData name [ keyword_list ]
(optional) is intended for display in the Class Reference. The description is blank by default. See Creating Class Documentation
in Defining and Using Classes
(required) is the name of the XData block. This must be a valid class member name
, and must not conflict with any other class member names.
data (optional) contains the payload of the XData block. If XML, it must be a well-formed document (with a single root element), without the XML declaration at its start.
keyword_list (optional) is a comma-separated list of keywords that further define the XData block.
If this list is omitted, also omit the square brackets.
Class Demo.CoffeeMakerRESTServer Extends %CSP.REST
Parameter HandleCorsRequest = 1
XData UrlMap [ XMLNamespace = "http://www.intersystems.com/urlmap" ]
<Route Url="/test" Method="GET" Call="test"/>
<Route Url="/coffeemakers" Method="GET" Call="GetAll" />
<Route Url="/coffeemaker/:id" Method="GET" Call="GetCoffeeMakerInfo" />
<Route Url="/newcoffeemaker" Method="POST" Call="NewMaker" />
<Route Url="/coffeemaker/:id" Method="PUT" Call="EditMaker" />
<Route Url="/coffeemaker/:id" Method="DELETE" Call="RemoveCoffeemaker"/>
Content Date/Time: 2019-08-16 05:50:13