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Martini service manager

The Martini service manager is a tool that allows you to manage services which are currently running on a Martini instance. It provides an overview of active services, and you can choose to terminate them if necessary. This is useful in case you want to stop long-running or stuck services.

Martini service manager view

Manage services across different instances

In Martini Desktop, a drop-down for Martini instances will be visible. This dropdown will allow you to shift between the list of currently running services of one instance to another.

Martini service manager view

Accessing the view

To access the Martini service manager, click the double-cog icon on Martini Desktop's top toolbar.

Martini service manager icon

To access the Martini service manager, click the Service Manager tab at the bottom panel. If the bottom panel is hidden, locate the arrow at the bottom and click it to make it visible again.

Martini service manager tab

This will launch the Martini service manager view. Services currently running, if any, will be displayed.

Refreshing displayed services

You can check the Auto Refresh checkbox to automatically update the view when services are updated. Alternatively, you can click the Refresh button to update the list of services manually.

Refreshing the Martini service manager

Refreshing the Martini service manager

Terminating services

To terminate a running service, right click on it and click Terminate. You can also terminate all running services with the same name by right clicking the service name instead.

Terminating a service via the Martini service manager

Terminating a service via the Martini service manager

Open services from the Martini service manager interface

You can open a service in an editor by right-clicking the service name > Open Declaration. You can also press to do the same.

Opening a service in the editor

Opening a service in the editor