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  1. Hi all! I'm new to the forum and I have a strange issue with reading TDMS custom properties with Labview. Creating user properties is working fine using TDMS Set Properties.vi, but I can't read them with TDMS Get Properties.vi. I can read the "standard" properties, and also I do see the properties in DiAdem (dataportal and using script) and also in Excel when I use TDM(s) importer. The property names are not listed when calling TDMS Set Properties.vi without the property name and data type terminals connected. There is no simultaneous file reading or writing. I solved
  2. Hi All, This is my first post on LAVA, so here it goes: I am creating an application that involves reading data on two RS-422 serial ports. Everything was going just dandy until it was time to build my application into an executable. I've spent time debugging my issue and have been able to narror down where the source of the error is coming from, but I can't figure out why it's happening or how to fixt it. I created a simple VI that clearly demonstrates the error. The VI first configures two serial ports using VISA. It then gets the number of bytes at the port and reads from VISA
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