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    Creating the COA Script Service (SRC CLI)

    To create the script service:

    1. From configuration mode, enter the service configuration. In this sample procedure, the service is configured in the global service scope, and COAservice is the name of the service.
      user@host# edit services global service COAservice
    2. Configure the type of service.
      [edit services global service COAservice]user@host# set type script
    3. (Optional) Specify whether the service is visible only to administrators who have permission to see secret information.
      [edit services global service COAservice]user@host# set secret
    4. Configure URL as the type of script that the sample COA script service uses.
      [edit services global service COAservice]user@host# set script script-type url
    5. Configure net.juniper.smgt.sae.coa.CoaService as the name of the class that implements the script service.
      [edit services global service COAservice]user@host# set script class-name net.juniper.smgt.sae.coa.CoaService
    6. Configure the URL of the script service or the path and filename of the service. Copy the /lib/coa.jar file used by the script service to a location that is accessible by a URL (such as an FTP or HTTP server). In this sample procedure, the coa.jar file was copied to the /opt/UMC/sae/var/run directory.
      [edit services global service COAservice]user@host# set file file:///opt/UMC/sae/var/run/coa.jar
    7. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
      [edit services global service COAservice]
      user@host# show 
      type script;
      status active;
      available;
      script { 
        script-type url;
        class-name net.juniper.smgt.sae.coa.CoaService;
        file file:///opt/UMC/sae/var/run/coa.jar;
      }

    After you create the script service, you need to configure parameters for the script service. For more information about configuring script services and parameters, see SRC Script Services Overview.

    Modified: 2016-12-29