Adding a Sequential Compound Operation

A sequential compound operation is a combination of simple or compound actions that you want to execute on one or more devices in a specific order or sequence. From the Saved Operations dialog box, you can combine simple or compound operations to create compound operations that run sequentially in real time, or at a scheduled interval using the Add button and the Edit link. (See Figure 5.)

Figure 5: Sequential Compound Operation

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To add a sequential compound operation, follow these steps:

  1. From the Junos Scope main window, click Settings > Saved Operations. The Saved Operations dialog box appears.
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  2. Click Add. The Add Compound Operation dialog box appears.
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  3. Type a name for the sequential compound operation in the Name text box.
  4. Type an optional comment describing the sequential compound operation in the Comment text box.
  5. Click the Sequential option button. The Move Up and Move Down action buttons are enabled.
  6. Select the operations that you want to be in the sequential operation from the Available Operations list box, and click Add. The selected operations appear in the Selected Operations list box.
  7. Use the Move Up and Move Down action buttons to change the order in which the operation will occur. These buttons are only available when you select the Sequential option. The operations will be executed in the order in which they appear in the list from top to bottom.
  8. Click OK.

    The compound operation appears alphabetically in the Saved Operations list box. You can edit compound operations from the Saved Operations dialog box by clicking the Edit link. The Edit link is specific only to compound operations.