I also have done what you are wanting to do, ie run UNIX scripts from WR. I
usually use the PC standard telnet window. If you do this then you do not
need any terminal emulator commands, just use the standard WR window
This method has two advantages :
1) you do not need the WR terminal emulator add-in (thus saving your company
2) If you are also using the Web functionality there is no compatability
problems between the TE add-in and the web add-in.
The first trick is to ensure that your UNIX prompt is the last line in the
telnet window. In order to do this you may need to get WR to simply press
the last line.
Entering your UNIX commands is easy, just use win_type(). There are two
problems (at least that I have cone across so far) involved with this :
1) if you want to enter commands like "ps -ef" you will need to escape the
'-' character as it is considered a special character in WR. To escape a
character simply place a '\' character in front of it.
2) if you want to use the '|' (pipe) character you will have to change your
keyboard settings. To do this edit your WR keyboard file so that the line
that starts 0x56 reads :