You configure the SIS by installing and activating components, which:
define macros, triggers, or service compositions
are described by XML files
are managed like SLEE components (such as SBBs and services) — uniquely identified by a component identifier (consisting of
Versionstrings); and controlled using JMX MBean interfaces, a command-line tool, and Ant tasks that perform operations on the MBeans.
can include expressions, which compare the properties of network messages to predefined or computed values.
The following topics describe the SIS components, expressions, and provision for user extensions supported by the SIS: