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Currently, saving a date/timestamp to a config file saves it like this: Time Stamp = "00000000ÍAm#ß~p0000000000" I'd much prefer they be formatted like: Time Stamp = "2013-02-13T16:17:39.873Z" I realize this may run into some localization issues, but I'm fine with defaulting to the ISO 8601 format (or, you could change the "float number format" terminal to a generic "format string" input, and have float/time format strings line-delimited). The code to do so already exists in "Format Variant Into String", it checks if a waveform is a datestamp type before writing. This just needs to be ported over to the "Write key (variant)" VI (and correspondingly, to the read VI as well).
Hello, I recently used TDMS files in a customer application and for that purpose I made VIs to write/read clusters containing parameters to/from TDMS file. These VIs are basically *copies* of the Read Variant Key.vi and Write Variant Key.vi from the OpenG Variant Configuration File palette so I thought it would be a good idea to add it to OpenG. Hopefully it could help someone. PS: haven't tested these VIs extensively (with all possible data types in LabVIEW) but they do work fine with big clusters containing 1D and 2D arrays. Read Property Key from TDMS File.vi Write Property Key to TDMS File.vi