Within the Service Editor you set properties of the geoprocessing service which you are creating.
The General page of the Service Editor provides basic information about the connection to your ArcGIS Server.Learn more about General settings
The Capabilities page of the Service Editor is where you can enable WPS (Web Processing Service) functionality on your service. Geoprocessing capability is always enabled.Learn more about Capabilities
The Parameters page of the Service Editor provides the options to set the cluster, execution mode, properties, and directories of a service.
The settings you modify on the Parameters page affect all tasks within the service. If each task requires different settings you will have to publish individual services for those tasks.
Parameter settings can be changed on a published service; you do not need to republish the service in order to change these settings.
Pooling and Processing
The Pooling and Processing page of the Service Editor provides options to change the number of instances for the service. The number of instances should be set to appropriate values after considering the amount of hardware resources available versus how many requests the service may have to serve. You can also set time-out values, such as how long a user can make use of a service or when recycling happens.
Pooling and Processing settings can be changed on a published service; you do not need to republish the service in order to change these settings.
The Item Description page of the Service Editor provides a form to enter information about the service you are creating. The information you provide here will provide users with valuable information and make your service easy to find through searches.Learn more about Item Description
The Sharing page of the Service Editor allows you to publish a link to your geoprocessing service at the time you publish the service.Learn more about Sharing