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How send key works in Send text action

  • Aggiornato: 2021/06/04
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How send key works in Send text action

Learn how keys work in the Send Text action in the Terminal Emulator.

Nota: Behavior of the keys that are marked with the asterisk (*) sign in the following tables is defined by the terminal host. The behavior might vary on different terminals.
The following table shows the behavior of the keys in the terminal types TN3270 and TN5250:
Keys Behavior
KEY_BACKSPACE Same behavior as the Backspace key on the keyboard.
KEY_BACKTAB If the cursor is on the first position of a field, it moves to the previous field. Otherwise, it moves to the start of the current field.
KEY_CLEAR Clears the entire text on the terminal screen.
KEY_ERASEINPUT Deletes all the text in the field.
KEY_NEXTFIELD Moves the cursor to the next field on the terminal screen.
KEY_ENTER Sends Enter key to the terminal host.
KEY_HOME Moves the cursor to the first editable field on the screen.
KEY_RESET The reset key only clears the Keyboard lock, such as releasing the terminal if the terminal screen is not working. The screen text and input field values remain the same.
KEY_LEFT Moves the cursor to the left by one position.
KEY_RIGHT Moves the cursor to the right by one position.
KEY_UP Moves the cursor up by one position.
KEY_DOWN Moves the cursor down by one position.
KEY_PGLEFT Nothing happens.
KEY_PGRIGHT Nothing happens.
KEY_PGUP Page Up key
KEY_PGDOWN Page Down key
KEY_TABFORWARD Performs a tab key action on the terminal screen to move the cursor to the next field.
KEY_PF1 * Same behavior as F1 key on the keyboard.
KEY_PF2 * Same behavior as F2 key on the keyboard.
KEY_PF3 * Same behavior as F3 key on the keyboard.
KEY_PF4 * Same behavior as F4 key on the keyboard.