Command attribute for ignoring a command response
SSH, Kerberized SSH, Telnet, and PowerShell adapters can use an
ignore-response attribute with the
<command> element. Use this attribute to skip the processing of a response to a command. With this attribute set to true, any command response is ignored and the next command (if any) is executed. The ignored response appears in the response for the subsequent command. Typically, you would use this attribute when you issue an
exit command is issued to log out of a shell. In the absence of this attribute, or with a value of false, any command response is processed normally.
The following figure shows an XML sample of the
XML sample of ignore-response attribute
... <commands> <command ignore-response="true">exit</command> </commands> ...