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About SRC Configuration Files in XML Format


The XML structure follows the same hierarchy as the CLI. For example, in configuration mode the following statements are available at the [edit system] hierarchy level:

In an XML file, the tags within the <system> tags are the same as the statements in the [edit system] hierarchy. The tags under <system> can appear in any order.

The following example shows parts of a configuration file for statements in the [edit system] hierarchy:

Example: Using Attributes When Editing an XML Configuration File

You can modify a single value by inserting an attribute into one tag. For example, to delete the name server that has the IP address

You can also modify a number of values within a hierarchy by adding an attribute at a higher level in the hierarchy. For example, to replace permissions for the class named class-cfg in the following configuration:

Enter the replace attribute for the class: