Cisco Active Network Abstraction Network Service Activation 1.0 Customization Guide, 3.7
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Preface

Table Of Contents

Preface

Organization

Related Documentation

Conventions

Obtaining Documentation and Submitting a Service Request


Preface


This guide describes how you can customize Cisco Active Network Abstraction Network Service Activation 1.0 (Cisco ANA NSA).

Organization

This guide includes the following sections:

Section
Title
Description

1

Cisco ANA Network Service Activation Customization Concepts

Provides an overview to Cisco ANA NSA customization concepts.

2

Customizing Cisco ANA Network Service Activation Wizards

Provides a detailed explanation of the metadata files used to create Cisco ANA NSA wizards.

3

Customizing Cisco ANA Network Service Activation Workflows

Provides information about Cisco ANA NSA workflow organization and the key principles that you must follow when customizing or creating new workflows.

4

Customizing Cisco ANA Network Service Activation Scripts

Provides a information about the design and customization of Cisco ANA NSA activation scripts.

5

Cisco ANA Network Service Activation Workflows

Provides detailed information about the activation workflows included in the Cisco ANA NSA delivered package.

6

Cisco ANA Network Service Activation Customization Examples

Provides step-by-step customization examples that you can complete to get a hands-on understanding of Cisco ANA NSA customization.

A

Cisco ANA Network Service Activation Scripts

Lists the activation scripts included in the Cisco ANA NSA delivered package.

B

Activation Scripts to Configure E-Line Service

Provides a print out of the E-Line Point-to-Point activation scripts as an example of Cisco ANA NSA activation scripts.

C

Pages and Activation Metadata Schema

Provides the metadata schema (XSD) for the Cisco ANA NSA pages and activation metadata files.


Related Documentation

The following documentation is available for Cisco ANA NSA:

Cisco Active Network Abstraction Network Service Activation 1.0 Installation Guide

Cisco Active Network Abstraction Network Service Activation 1.0 User Guide

Cisco Active Network Abstraction Network Service Activation 1.0 Release Notes

The following documentation is available for Cisco Active Network Abstraction Network Service Activation 3.7:

Cisco Active Network Abstraction 3.7 Theory of Operations

Cisco Active Network Abstraction 3.7 User Guide

Cisco Active Network Abstraction 3.7 Administrator Guide

Cisco Active Network Abstraction 3.7 Documentation Guide

Cisco Active Network Abstraction 3.7 Installation Guide

Cisco Active Network Abstraction 3.7 Release Notes

Cisco Active Network Abstraction 3.7 Customization User Guide

Cisco Active Network Abstraction 3.7 Reference Guide

Cisco Active Network Abstraction Integration Developer Guide is available on the Cisco ANA NSA Technology Center. The Cisco ANA NSA Technology Center is an online resource for integration developers who use Cisco ANA NSA APIs. To access the Cisco ANA NSA Technology Center, you must have a Cisco.com account with partner level access or you must be a Cisco ANA NSA licensee. The Cisco ANA NSA Technology Center URL is: http://developer.cisco.com/web/ana/home.


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