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  1. See the attached screen shot. This crashes compilation. "some of the compilation steps were not executed. refer to the Xilinx log†The xilinx log is what looks like hundreds of pages. I see many warnings, but nothing that looks like a critical failure. If I replace the sine wave with the square wave function, the code will run fine. I am running a cRIO-9067, with an NI-9269 module. All I am looking for is a simple output sine wave VI. Freq and amp variable going in, and a waveform out of the RIO. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have been using NI's examples (http://www.ni.com/white-paper/3780/en/#Example, fig2) linking to my hardware. I suppose I'm looking for a few answers here: 1. Why does this fail compilation? 2. Does anyone have a VI that will just simply output a sine wave? Thanks again, Chris
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