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Not able to record functions keys in RTE protocol

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Hi Team,

Currently iam working on RTE protocol for one of the project.

When logging manulaly using putty we are using XtremR6 as Function keys and keypads under putty configuration. We are able to brwsw through all the screen.

When Iam trying to record using VUgen using RTE protocol, After logging i need to select F1 to F5 functions keys from keyboard inorder to enter into application, But th F1 to F5 function keys are not working. Any help on this much appreciated.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Thanks for the reply.

Its working for me.

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Re: Not able to record functions keys in RTE protocol

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Hello srinivas_07

Thank you for your post.

The VT100 keyboard only has four functions keys (PF1-PF4) across the top of its keyboard. PowerTerm's VT100 emulation maps PF1-PF4 to the F1-F4 keys.
So if you need to use F1 ~F4 in application, you could try to map PF1~PF4 accordingly and it is verified that in each new screen of the appliation page, it is needed to map again to make it work.

I'm attaching you here a KB that could help you on this: https://softwaresupport.hpe.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/KM182021

 

Regards,

Daniela Gómez Alvarado
Customer Support Engineer

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Its working for me.

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