Command attribute for disabling line-termination character

Command Line, SSH, Kerberized SSH, Telnet, and Windows Command adapters can use a
disable-line-termination attribute with the <command> element. You can use this attribute for menu commands that need to be sent as a single character without any line termination. With this attribute set to true, the command is sent without any termination character. In the absence of this attribute, or with this attribute set to false, the specified or default ( \n ) line termination character is sent with the command.

The following figure shows an XML sample of the disable-line-termination attribute.

XML sample of disable-line-termination attribute

 ...
<commands>
    command disable-line-termination="true">CTRL-D</command>
</commands>
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