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Has anyone used LapDog to pass messages across a network? In my case I'm thinking of an RT system controlled from a Windows computer. The only similar feature I've seen is in the Asynchronous Message Communication Reference Library - has anyone already added something like that to LapDog? I just didn't want to spend too much time developing something that's already available. I haven't used either AMC or LapDog extensively before, but my impression is that LapDog gives a little more control and flexibility. (And the Actor framework perhaps a little too much, as a poor reason for not going that route!).
Hello everybody, I hope Daklu can add some input to this question but it may apply to LVOOP in general so here goes. Background: I am using LapDog messaging to send Objects as messages. I have classes which are children of Message.lvclass. The DeQueue message element is, I believe, an object of Message.lvclass Problem: It is not possible to direclty wire the message output from "DeQueue Message" to the input of a Message child class object's vi. Here is how I wired it with failure: This was a success: Is there a more correct way of doing this? Ultimately, I would like to have dynamic dispatch vi's that DO based on the class of message from the DeQueue vi. Thus avoiding much of the need for the case structure. Actor Framework-ish without the strict overhead.