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I have a local text file in windows, it contains multiple shell commands to run on a remote Unix box using putty. The whole process is controlled in groovy script of soap.

Groovy Script, trying to run it ..

def command = "C:/Program Files (x86)/PuTTY/putty.exe -ssh ******@****** -pw ***** -m C:/Users/script/aa.txt" 
def Process p = Runtime.getRuntime().exec(command);

As you see puuty is open with user , pass properly

Contents of aa.txt

sudo su - dev1b
/work/id852100/auto.sh

Then it is calling sudo , but not coming out of the command ..so next command also not running.

If I use -t as interactive and just finishing sudo properly , not running next. I want both commands run automatically. Can you suggest how to keep commands in the local file and any mistake in groovy script

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    Could you edit your question and improve your description of aa.txt ? sudo is usually interactive and requires a password to be entered. I'm not sure if I've edited your question correctly and lost your intention. Maybe step back and add an explanation as to what you are trying to do ? What happens if you just run your command from a windows shell, forgetting Groovy. – X Tian Aug 24 '17 at 10:32
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