Though all microservices available in eStudio carry a basic configuration to run an Event Process by just connecting the IN_PORT and OUT_PORT, this configuration requires amending depending on various scenarios it is used for. 

There are two sections where all the settings related to a microservice are present where the run-time behavior of the microservice can be changed.

From Custom Property Sheet (CPS)

All the services contain configuration information that can be provided in the Custom Property Sheet (CPS) dialog box. To configure/edit the CPS properties associated with a microservice, double-click the microservice present in the Fiorano Orchestrator editor.

A Database microservice CPS is shown below containing editable connection properties and advanced settings.

Figure 1: DB Custom Property Sheet (CPS)

During configuration, clicking the Test button provided in the CPS helps to test the configuration while editing itself. Microservice configurations are saved in the EventProcess.xml file which is in XML format.

Service instances contain configuration information that is used for execution at runtime. The data flows from service instances through connected routes.

  • Detailed information on properties involved in each microservice CPS is available in the Pre-built Microservices section.
  • Refer the Configuration Property Sheet (CPS) section in the Common Configurations page for the properties that are in common across Pre-built microservices.

From Microservice Properties

Apart from the microservice-specific properties that can be configured using the CPS, there is a set of properties associated with every microservice. These properties are shown in the Properties view when a microservice is selected.

To view/edit properties, use one of the two options below from the Orchestrator:

  • Right-click the microservice present in the Fiorano Orchestrator and click Properties.
  • Open Window > Show View > Other > General > Properties

The properties are categorized into various sections such as General, Deployment, Execution, Log Manager, Log Module Instances and Runtime Arguments.

Figure 2: Microservice properties


Refer to the Common Configurations section for a detailed explanation of each property present under the Properties tab.


Contains the general information of the service such as the Name, GUID, Version, Short Description, and Long Description. The General tab also has an option to launch the Custom Property Sheet (CPS) of the microservice in a separate JVM. Use this option when the eStudio takes up too much memory and when loading the default eStudio CPS is complex.


Contains the deployment information of the microservice. The Peer Server node on which the microservice is to be launched can be configured here. Clicking the ellipsis button against the Nodes property opens the Select Nodes dialog box where the Peer Server can be selected.

Figure 3: Nodes connected to the selected microservice

Based on the selected Peer server, the microservice color changes to give a visual implication on the Peer server on which the microservice is configured to launch. As shown in the below figure, the Feeder microservice is configured to launch on the Peer server fps and Display is configured to launch on the Peer server fps1.

Figure 4: Microservices configured to launch on different Peer servers

By default, when a Peer Server is added to an Enterprise Server, a unique color is chosen. The user can customize this color using colors from Peer properties by selecting the Peer Server in the Peer Repository.

Cache microservice property under Deployment specifies whether microservice resources have to be re-fetched each time Connectivity and Resource Check (CRC) is done. When the Cache Microservice is enabled, the resources are fetched for the first time once the CRC is complete. This property is set to No only when the microservice resources have been updated. This property is also available at the Event Process level.


The Execution section contains information about the launch type, connection factory properties, and so on.

Microservices can be launched in the modes listed below:

  • Separate Process: with a separate JVM for each service instance.
  • In Memory: launches in Peer Server JVM)
  • Manual: manual launch mode where the user has to launch the service instance manually)
  • None: no launch mode.

Log Manager

Contains logging information such as the type of Logger Handler, log directory, and so on.

Log Module Instances

Log levels for various loggers available for the service can be configured in this panel.

By default the log level is set to SEVERE. This can be changed to the desired level. For example, the log level can be set to CONFIG when working in the Development environment.

Figure 5: Microservice log module instances

Runtime Arguments

Contains the information about runtime arguments for the service. JVM_PARAMS section contains the JVM parameters that are used while launching the microservice. Any system properties can be set using this property.

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