Displaying Package Detail for SDK Application Configurations

To determine if a configuration has settings contributed by an SDK application package, use the following configuration mode command:

user@host# show <statement-path> | display detail

This command displays the configuration schema as piped through to the display detail command. The show command displays the entire user-defined configuration unless it is limited by the optional statement-path variable to that branch of the configuration schema.

The display detail command displays the characteristics, descriptions, and constraints of each configuration statement in the JUNOS configuration schema using comment lines. Generally, the information displayed is help strings and the permission bits required to add or modify the configuration statement.

For configuration statements that are defined by an SDK application package, the information displayed also include the name of the package. Also, if a JUNOS statement is redefined by an SDK application package, the package name is listed. But if a configuration statement is defined by the native JUNOS software only, no package name is displayed.

Example: show jnx-example | display detail Command
This example compares the output from the show jnx-example and show jnx-example | display detail commands.

Note:
The statement jnx-example in this example is a configuration object added to the configuration schema by the provider of the SDK application package and is not part of the native JUNOS configuration schema. (It happens that the package name is also named jnx-example.)
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user@router# show jnx-example
jnx-example {
    jnx-example-data hello {
        description hello;
    }
}
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user@router# show jnx-example | display detail
##
## jnx-example: Example service configuration
## require: jnx-example 
## package: jnx-example 
##
jnx-example {
    ##
    ## Example data identifier
    ## range: 1 .. 127
    ## package: jnx-example 
    ##
    jnx-example-data hello {
        ##
        ## description: General description of data
        ## range: 1 .. 127
        ## package: jnx-example 
        ##
        description hello;
    }
}

See Other Configuration Mode Command Examples
See also:
Guidelines for Configuring SDK Applications

Statement Summary

Configuration Command Summary

Operational Command Reference

SDK CLI Configuration


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