I have problem with the
@sign. It cant write when u are logged in through SSH. in command prompt.
Example: ssh root@IP (It can write this
But when need to give it a command including the
@sign after login, it wan’t write the @sign.
Take a look.
I managed to fix my issue. It seems that the way UiPath reads the current keyboard settings is wrong. Even though I had selected a language with Danish keyboard (as shown when I manually typed the command) UiPath somehow picked up the US keyboard. After removing an entry and setting to ENG-DA UiPath now gets the correct setting.
I’m pretty sure that keyboard settings is not the issue. It seems that after i have logget in the @ sign isn’t typed at all. Like UIPath skips it.
Example from my command prompt:
C: User >ssh root@ IP (@ works here)
root@IP’s password: password
[root@host]# command@ (@ should be typed here, but uipath skips it)
It’s really weird because there is no problem in writing the @ sign in the login process.
Could it be a targeting issue of some sort?
He is right. I have 2 languages Eng and Portuguese.I remove the Eng language from the keyboard settings. After that i tried it. it is working. It is always taking the language which you are using the Keyboard .
Below the sample.
Open the command prompt window and run the xml.
cmd.zip (2.2 KB)
Hi, I managed to fix it.
I set the language to US and the keyboard to US international.
I don’t know why it wouldn’t work before as i had the language set to US. I guess that i have to define the correct keyboard on my computer manually.
Thank you for the quick replies.