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Topic Title: AutoMate Commands in BASIC Script
Topic Summary: How to make AutoMate Commands I the BASIC Script
Created On: 05/07/2013 07:11 AM
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 05/07/2013 07:11 AM
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FabioCrivelaro
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I want to know if is it possible to make the AutoMate commands in the "BASIC Script" command.

I need to simulate the command "Connect Terminal" into "BASIC script" and then use the terminal session created.
 05/16/2013 11:27 AM
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Liz Casale
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Hi Fabio,

We are still looking into this. We apologize for the delay.

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Liz Casale
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(213) 738-6966
Network Automation, Inc.

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 06/05/2013 09:05 AM
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Liz Casale
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Hi Fabio,

Thank you for your patience. This is not possible. We do not currently support scripting.

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Liz Casale
Technical Support Representative
(213) 738-6966
Network Automation, Inc.

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AM5 5.5.5.1; AM6 6.2.8.0; AM7 7.1.3.0; AM8 8.0.9.0; AM9 9.0.3.4
BPA7 7.1.3.0; BPA8 8.0.9.0; BPA9 9.0.3.4
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