Command attribute for continuing execution after a command failure

Command Line, SSH, Kerberized SSH, Telnet, Windows Command, and PowerShell adapters can use a continue-on-failure attribute with the <command> element. With this attribute set to true, if a command fails to execute, the subsequent command is executed. In the absence of this attribute, or if this attribute is set to false, if a command fails to execute, the adapter response is an error message and subsequent commands are not executed.

The following figure shows an XML sample of the continue-on-failure attribute.

XML sample of continue-on-failure attribute

  <command continue-on-failure="true">first command</command>
  <command>second command</command>
  <command>third command</command>
... ... 

This version of the documentation is no longer supported. However, the documentation is available for your convenience. You will not be able to leave comments.