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  1. Thanks, Now if I have to add a UI to be able to configure this configuration what is the best way to do it.
  2. I am new to object oriented and I am interested in learning it. I have a problem that I am not sure what is the best way to solve in OOP design. For my test I use a Scope. I create a class called Scope and define the data type of my base class as Address, Set Horizontal settings. I will now create a inherited class from my base class for Model 1. The Model one is having the class datatype as my base class so I create overriding VIs that will let me set the values for Address and Set Horizontal Settings. 3 weeks later, customer wants to change the power supply from Model 1 to model 2. This mode
  3. Yes I am using Teststand, Is there any white paper that explains how this can be accomplished in Teststand?
  4. I have a new requirement where I have 16 UUT to be tested in parallel. All the DUTs have their own separate input /output resources from the PXI. All the tests are same all the UUTs. I need to write a single program and be able to run for all the 16 UUTs in parallel. What is the best way to develop the test program.
  5. I have different customers using different version of labVIEW, I have all my reusable library stored in SCC (Perforce), Now I am having to manage my reusable components for multiple version of LabVIEW. What do you think is the best way to manage the code, I can do a branch of the code but it duplicates the code and every Issue I find, I will have to go and fix all the supported versions of LabVIEW. I am sure many developers would have gone through this, Can anybody suggest the best ways to do it. It will be also useful for many new engineers like me. Is there already a thread where we have di
  6. Can we use this Animation GIF for one of my project? Is this also part of the licence
  7. I am not able to see the special method....Link is broken
  8. How much time do you spend time in arranging the controls in the cluster ? We develop lot of Express VI and we use these kind on clusters in those express VIs. We spend much time on arranging the controls in the cluster in the front panel as shown below. Initially I had written a VI to arrange controls in cluster but I had to place it in project for it to be easily accessible under tools menu. Now I had created a RCF plugin to do this Thanks to JKI team . You can consider this as fifth menu option in Auto sizing Cluster. The image below will show two Clusters Cluster in the Left show the in
  9. Typically while debugging, we will be looking to someones code. We will not be really familiar with their naming convention of the State and also the way they organize the states. It will be time consuming and painful to find the states in their state machine. I always felt if there were search in the case selection it would be really useful for quickly navigating the cases. I had to debug very large state machine which had more than >30 cases.
  10. New Feature Request: It will be nice if we can have a search state Control on the top. It could be a combo box where user will type a search string and the combo box will populate all the relevant States which contain that search string. It could be such a way that as when the user types the closest match case could be automatically shown to the user... this will be really useful when there are many states Rajkumar
  11. Convert you program into two parts. Application and Scripting engine. Let the application be as exe and this exe will dynamically load scripting engine VI in LabVIEW application Instance using its Port and run the Scripting Engine with Required inputs. This the only way to do if you want to build a scripting based software product. Rajkumar
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