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Viewing Tagged Objects

The View Tagged Objects page in the Administration workspace displays the list of objects that are associated with a tag.

  • Users who are logged in to the Global domain can view public tags and private tags that they created, and tagged objects. However, only users with administration privileges can create or share public tags and view private tags of other users.

  • Subdomains do not support tag administration tasks.

To view objects that are associated with a tag:

  1. On the Junos Space Network Management Platform user interface, select Administration > Tags.

    The Tags page appears displaying the existing tags.

  2. Select the tag for which you want to view the associated objects, and from the Actions menu, select View Tagged Objects. (Alternatively, right-click a tag and select View Tagged Objects or click the hyperlink corresponding to the Tagged Object Count column.)

    The View Tagged Objects page, which is divided into two panes, appears. The left pane displays the category (sorted alphabetically) and the right pane displays information, as shown in Table 1, about the tagged objects. By default, the first category is selected.

    Table 1: Tagged Objects



    Supported Action


    Name of the tagged object

    Sorting and filtering


    Domain to which the tagged object belongs

    Sorting and filtering


    Description of the tagged object


    • Click the button next to a field to access the menu for sorting, displaying columns, and filtering.

    • The total object count for the selected category is displayed at the top of the page. When the object count is high, use the GUI controls at the bottom of the page to manage the number of objects that are displayed or to navigate to a specific page.

    • Only the list of objects supported for tagging, as shown in Table 2, are displayed on the right pane. When you click a category that has tagged unsupported objects, an error message is displayed.

  3. (Optional) Select a category on the left pane of the View Tagged Objects page to view the objects that are associated with the selected category.
  4. To return to the Tags page, click Back on the upper left of the View Tagged Objects page.
Table 2: List of Supported Objects

Category or Workspace

Object Type

Object Details

Device Management


  • Name—Hostname of the device

  • IP Address—IP address of the device

Device Management

Deployment instances

  • Name—Name of the deployment instance

  • Description—Description of the deployment instance

Device Templates

Template definitions

  • Name—Name of the template definition

  • Description—Description of the template definition

Device Templates


  • Name—Name of the template

  • Description—Description of the template

CLI Configlets


  • Name—Name of the configlet

  • Description—Description of the configlet

CLI Configlets

Configuration View

  • Name—Name of the configuration view

  • Description—Description of the configuration view

CLI Configlets

Configuration Filter

  • Name—Name of the configuration filter

  • Description—Device family with which the configuration filter is associated

CLI Configlets

XPath and Regex

  • Name—Name of the XPath or regular expression

  • Description—Property type of the XPath or regular expression

Images and Scripts


  • Name—Name of the script

  • Description—Description of the script

Images and Scripts


  • Name—Name of the image

  • Description—Description of the image

Images and Scripts


  • Name—Name of the operation

  • Description—Description of the operation

Images and Scripts

Script Bundle

  • Name—Name of the script bundle

  • Description—Description of the script bundle

Report Management

Report Definition

  • Name—Name of the report definition

  • Description—Description of the report definition

Report Management

Generated Reports

  • Name—Name of the generated report

  • Description—Description of the generated report

Configuration Files

Config Files Management

  • Name—Name of the configuration file

  • Description—Name of the device associated with the configuration file

Job Management

Job Instance

  • Jobs—Name of the job

  • Description—Owner and state of the job

Role Based Access Control

User Accounts

  • Username—Name of the user

  • Description—First name and last name of the user

Role Based Access Control


  • Name—Name of the role

  • Description—Description of the role



  • Name—Name of the node

  • Description—IP address and status of the node



  • Name—Name of the application

  • Description—Application version


DMI Schemas

  • Name—Name of the device family

  • Description—Device series and OS version