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About IpsoFacto

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    LabVIEW 2015
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    2008

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  1. We're going to have a LabVIEW position opening up on our test team here in Raleigh, NC. Open to relocation, so if you've dreamed of moving here, now's a good chance. This is entry to mid-level engineering position. Good company with strong management team that actually supports test and is enabling us to do some of the cool parts of the jobs and not just churn out cookie-cutter testers from templates. Shoot me a PM and I can send you an email to send your resume to. https://careers-cree.icims.com/jobs/7479/test-engineer/job?mode=view
  2. Yeah, so I figured it out. It was me being clever. Get's me every time. I already had this framework working on PC applications really well with no issues so I stripped out the non-cRIO stuff and plopped it in RT and let 'er rip. To make things really easy on myself, I created a setter/getter template for the internal data of the classes that relied on the front panel indicator for the name of the property and it's type. Front panel indicators don't exist in RT unless you're running it in the IDE or in debug mode. I spent five hours on my stupidity yesterday. Brian Kernighan wrote
  3. I've got some weird stuff going on with a cRIO project I'm working on wanted to get some opinions on it. The basic architecture is a set of classes that do some process. That process registers with a server. The internal data of the process is held in a DVR and the server get's access to that DVR. Clients use TCP to ask the server to do something, the server makes a call against the classes DVR and returns a response to the client. To simplify the issues I'm seeing I created a class that internally just increments an integer every 500ms. The client asks the server what's the current count
  4. Hooovahh, Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately my settings object has in it's class data other objects. I tried collapsing the objects to XML however one of these objects can grow rather large and I get the 1803 error when expanding it from XML.
  5. Is it possible (using Scripting, I assume) to modify the default value of an object programmatically? I have an object whose default value is loaded at runtime to represent some system settings and I've created a UI to modify those settings. Currently I manually take the settings and copy them into the object and right-click -> Set as Default Value, than save it. Was wondering if there was a way to do this programmatically?
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