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${CRLF} does not work in config change template

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Created by Malik Haider, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Updated June 13, 2016

Overview

You are trying to run the config change template in NCM such as below and noticed that the ${CRLF}  function does not work.

script ReleaseMemoryCiscoCata (NCM.Nodes @ContextNode, string @Firmware)
{
string @Enter='${CRLF}'
CLI {
wr
delete flash:@Firmware
Y
@Enter
dir
}
}

Environment

NCM 7.4 and earlier

Cause 

This is known issue.

Resolution

Upgrade NCM to latest version (at least NCM 7.5) as this issue has been fixed in this release. 

 

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