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The "Control.Terminal" property is exposed in:

..\National Instruments\MAX\Assistants\LVCGen\LV70\mxwScript_ClusterConnector.vi

Use this to get the terminal reference and then wire it to the property node.

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The "Control.Terminal" property is exposed in:

..\National Instruments\MAX\Assistants\LVCGen\LV70\mxwScript_ClusterConnector.vi

Use this to get the terminal reference and then wire it to the property node.

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How were you able to extract the "Control.Terminal" property from the VI you listed?

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How were you able to extract the "Control.Terminal" property from the VI you listed?

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NI "patched" all these exposed properties in labview 7.1 installation. So you can re install labview 7.0... or download the attached file (original LV 7.0 NI MAX\Assistants\LVCGen\ folder). :)

Download File:post-121-1095545070.zip

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Thanks for the code examples guys, it will help me in other areas, however what I really wanted was to create a (strict) property node to an existing control. This should not be wired to a reference but implicit. I'm afraid this is not possible with what we know, right?

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Michael:

Did you ever figure this out? I would really like to be able to get a strict property node to a control in a VI from within a subVI *without* creating and passing in the control references from the top-level VI...

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