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    Associating the Authorization Plug-In with a Scheduled Service (SRC CLI)

    After you create an authorization plug-in, you need to associate it with a scheduled service. A scheduled service needs to be authenticated before it is activated.

    To authenticate a scheduled service, specify the name of the authentication plug-in in the service definition. The default schedule authorization plug-in is named scheduleAuth.

    Use the following configuration statement to configure an authorization plug-in for a service configured in the global configuration:

    services global service name {authorization-plug-in [authorization-plug-in...]; }

    Use the following configuration statement to configure an authorization plug-in for a service configured in the service scope:

    services scope name service name {authorization-plug-in [authorization-plug-in...]; }

    To define an authorization plug-in for a service:

    1. From configuration mode, access the configuration statement that configures the service configuration in the global configuration or in the service scope.
      user@host# edit services global service name user@host# edit services scope name service name

      For example, to configure the service named Video-Gold in the global configuration:

      user@host# edit services global service Video-Gold
    2. Enter the name of the authorization plug-in that will authorize the schedule for this service.
      user@host# set authorization-plug-in [authorization-plug-in...]

      For example, to specify the default schedule authorization plug-in:

      user@host# set authorization-plug-in scheduleAuth

    Modified: 2013-05-26