Hey Martin,

I don't follow you, the 'column' names are not needed, as they are in the tags?.


y...@r21.labxtx01.us.bb> show ipv6 neighbors
IPv6 Address                 Linklayer Address  State       Exp Rtr
Secure Interface
fe80::290:69ff:fefb:b7f3     00:90:69:fb:b7:f3  reachable   12  yes no
     ae4.0

y...@r21.labxtx01.us.bb> show ipv6 neighbors |display xml
            
<ipv6-nd-neighbor-address>fe80::290:69ff:fefb:b7f3</ipv6-nd-neighbor-address>
            
<ipv6-nd-neighbor-l2-address>00:90:69:fb:b7:f3</ipv6-nd-neighbor-l2-address>
            <ipv6-nd-state>stale</ipv6-nd-state>
            <ipv6-nd-expire>1197</ipv6-nd-expire>
            <ipv6-nd-isrouter>yes</ipv6-nd-isrouter>
            <ipv6-nd-issecure>no</ipv6-nd-issecure>
            <ipv6-nd-interface-name>ae4.0</ipv6-nd-interface-name>

Same information from my POV?


Maybe you'll prefer '|display json', which happens to be only format
JunOS supports which supports 'annotate' reasonably. Hopefully JNPR
will backport the JSON style annotate support to XML presentation.


On 6 March 2018 at 18:54, Martin T <m4rtn...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi!
>
> I have noticed that certain commands executed on CLI provide some
> additional information over corresponding RPCs. For example "show ipv6
> neighbors" or "show system storage" on CLI show column names while XML
> output does not contain this data. Why is that so?
>
>
> thanks,
> Martin
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