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Adding Scripts Created for Cross Provisioning Platform


Before you can create a Cross Provisioning Platform service definition, you must add scripts to the system that enable management of the Juniper Networks devices and the devices of another vendor.

To enable cross provisioning platform, you add three types of scripts:

  • GUI Script—Provides the code that renders the Cross Provisioning Platform GUI window required for provisioning a Juniper Networks device.

  • Junos Configuration Script—Provides the code that enables provisioning a particular Juniper Networks device.

  • Nokia or Canoga Configuration Script—Provides the code that enables provisioning the device of another vendor.

To view the scripts that have been loaded into the system:

  1. In the Cross Provisioning Platform task pane, select CPP > Scripts.
  2. In the Scripts window, select the Add Scripts icon on the command bar (+).
  3. In the Add Script(s) window, select a feature type and its corresponding vendor type from a list of features in the Feature Type drop-down list. These features require scripts in the cross provisioning platform.
  4. In the Add Script(s) window, you can browse your local client file system for the scripts you want to be available to the Cross Provisioning Platform application. You can add scripts for Juniper Networks devices and for the devices of other vendors. If you select Alcatel or Canoga in the Vendor type field, the window displays fields for selecting both Configuration script and GUI script. Note

    If you want to do service interface migration, you need to upload both Configuration script and the GUI script.

    If you select a third-party in the Vendor type field, the window displays a field for selecting a Configuration script only.


    If you access the server on which the Junos Space software is installed as a remote client, you must copy the scripts you intend to add to the CPP system to your local client file system. That is, when you click on Browse to select a script, which you want to add, Junos Space opens the local client file system, not the file system of the server on which Junos Space is installed.

  5. Click Create.

The script is added to the CPP application.