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  1. I'm building an application (which I am intending to share at a local user group soon), but am having issues with XML file data versioning. My intent is to have a data type which has a version string, and a variant for the data which will be read according to the version number in the version string. The issue is that if you flatten the data type to an XML string with any data in the variant, then try to unflatten the data, you get an error (1106: "LabVIEW: The XML tag describing the type of data does not match the wired type.") How have you done versioning for data files which you are pretty sure will change over time? And can anyone tell me why this attempt doesn't work? Thanks, -Chris Collier P.S. The attached files are in LV 2014 Test XML.zip
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