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  1. @X___ you had any progress on that more detailed error message? I recently had a similar message with a different VI of mine. But I have no clue why this VI could cause this, meaning it looks pretty innocuous to me as well.
  2. Just small recommendation to change the library. Concerning timestamp to string conversion: The current format string "%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S%3uZ" in "Variant to Json Text.vi" is dependent on localization. On my german windows this leads a to timestamp according to Iso 8601 of "2019-07-26T14:17:20,053Z". Notice the comma for the fractional seconds. According to the Iso both, comma and point, is valid (Apparently, the Iso even recommends the comma https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601#cite_note-25). However, it seems that the point is used more regularly in practice, for example in .net (see Json.net package). So I would suggest to change the format like this: "%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S%.;%3uZ". This ensures using the point instead of comma., hence the format is independent of your local setting.
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