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Copy Paste config commands in CiscoWorks NetConfig

I have created a small scripts that computes configurations for my routers. I wanted to just copy past the output of the script into a Job created in the NetConfig application. But when I copy the commands from a text file and try to paste it into the commands section of the Job, it does not work. So, is there wa way to copy from a Windows application and paste that data into a CiscoWorks applications or are there other ways to get the config file created by the script into a CiscoWorks netConfig Job ?

Thanks,

Guy

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Re: Copy Paste config commands in CiscoWorks NetConfig

Not that I've seen. It appears to be a Java thing. I hope that someone out there corrects me, as it has been a source of frustration for me, too.

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Re: Copy Paste config commands in CiscoWorks NetConfig

Guy,

When you create a new template in NetConfig, there is a feature to import the commands from a text file. Thus if you write the results of your script to a text file on the CW server, you should be able to quickly create a template with those commands. Hopefully this will help you out a little.

-Dave

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