You can use the SIS REM module to view, remove, configure, or create service references.

What are SIS service references?

A service reference identifies a service that can be invoked from a composition. Services may be either:

  • local — JAIN SLEE services deployed in the same Rhino instance; identified to the SIS by their SLEE service-component identifiers

  • external — services running on other network nodes; represented in the SIS by an external platform definition.

For details, see Managing Service References in the SIS Administration Guide.

To manage service references:


From the SIS instance page, select Service Refs.

A list of Service Refs installed for the selected instance displays.



To…​ Do this:

View a service reference

  • Click it.
    That service reference’s details display.

  • To display a dependant or dependency, click it.

Remove the selected service reference

  • Click Remove.
    SIS REM module prompts you to confirm removing.

  • Click OK.
    SIS REM module removes the service reference from the selected SIS instance.

Warning You can’t remove a service reference that has dependants.

Configure a service reference

  • Click Edit.
    An Edit Service Ref dialog box displays.

  • Change the Default Timeout or Static Charging Priority, and click Save.
    The SIS REM module saves your changes.

Create a new service reference

  • Click Create.
    Service reference creation entry fields display.

  • Specify whether it’s local or external.

  • Enter a name for it.

  • Select an existing service or external platform.

  • Click Add.
    The SIS REM module adds the service reference. If that SIS instance already has a service reference with the same identity, the SIS REM module asks whether you want to replace it.

Note Changes to SIS service references do not take effect immediately. The SIS must explicitly reload its components to apply any changes.
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