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JUNOS Automation Cookbook by Adam Chappell

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When we call jcs:progress(), an event message is emitted to the SLAX processor which records the supplied message and logs it, independently of any main output which is usually directed towards the XML processing input of mgd. This event message stream is ordinarily not visible to casual users of op scripts unless they invoke the detail option.

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