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    Using Libraries

    Libraries are where you store and access topology file sets. You can view the libraries you have access to in a sandbox. There are three types of libraries:

    • Sandbox—Holds topology file sets accessible only to users in this sandbox. Any user in a sandbox can upload a topology into that sandbox.
    • Bank—Holds topology file sets uploaded by the bank administrator for use by all sandbox users in the bank.
    • Public—Holds topology file sets that Juniper Networks makes available to everyone using this Junosphere product (Classroom and Lab).

    Note: Only a bank administrator can upload a topology to a bank library or delete it.

    To create a new sandbox library:

    1. Select Administration > Manage Banks/Sandboxes/Libraries.
    2. In the Libraries section, click the Sandbox tab to display the sandbox libraries.
    3. Click the green plus sign (+). The Create Sandbox Library dialog box appears (Figure 1).

      Figure 1: Create Sandbox Library Dialog Box

      Create Sandbox Library Dialog Box

      This gives you a new area to store topologies. For example, you can have three libraries:

      • MPLS topologies
      • VPN topologies
      • FW topologies
    4. Select the Bank and Sandbox from the drop-down menus.
    5. Enter a name for the library.
    6. Enter a description for the library (optional).
    7. Click Create.

    Only users with library permission can create, update, and delete sandbox libraries.

    To delete a sandbox library:

    1. Select Administration > Manage Banks/Sandboxes/Libraries.
    2. In the Libraries section, click the Sandbox tab to display the sandbox libraries.
    3. Select the sandbox library that you want to delete.
    4. Click the red + sign at the top left of the Libraries section.
    5. Confirm the deletion.

    Note: Deleting a library deletes all the topologies contained within the library. In addition, multiple libraries can be selected and deleted in one step.

    Published: 2013-08-15