Using Set Field command

Use the Set Field command to set a value in a particular field in the terminal. This command also enables you to send predefined keys after the value to perform various operations in the terminal.

To set a value for a field in the terminal, do the following:


  1. Expand the Terminal Emulator node in the Commands tab.
  2. Double-click or drag the Set Field operations.
    The Terminal Emulator dialog box appears.
  3. Specify the field for which you want to set a value:
    1. Select the By Index option to specify the field based on its index.
      The index value starts from zero. For example, if you want to set the value for the third field, you must specify 2 in this field.
    2. Select the By Name option to specify the location of the field.
      For example, if you want to set the value for a field in the fifth column of the third row, you must specify R3C5 in the field.
  4. Select the Encrypt Text check box to encrypt the value being set in the field.
  5. Specify the value you want to set in the Text field.
  6. Select the Send a key after sending the above text check box if you want to send a key after setting the value in the field.
    1. Select an option from the list to specify the key you want to send.
  7. Click Save.