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HP-UX 11i Version 3: February 2007

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tsm.command — send commands to the Terminal Session Manager, TSM


/usr/tsm/bin/tsm.command command


tsm.command is used to send a command string programmaticly to the Terminal Session Manager (TSM), as if the string were typed on the TSM command line. tsm.command fails unless it is run from inside a TSM session. Actions caused by tsm.command affect only the instance of TSM that tsm.command is run under. command can have any value that is a valid key sequence for the TSM command line. The sequence should not include the "hotkey" character that normally initiates the command line mode of TSM. The sequence should end at the point where TSM exits command mode. If it ends prematurely, TSM behaves as though escape was pressed, which exits command mode, usually canceling the command. \r should be used to indicate a return key. If no arguments are given on the command line, the program prompts for input from the user. If a ^C terminates the sequence, the remainder of the sequence is accepted from the user.


tsm.command was developed by Structured Software Solutions, Inc.



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