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Hi

I have a VI that is very complex that i did not write. Needless to say life is difficult right now

I need to do the following. 

The VI outputs a certain enumeration if there is no error.

AKA a complete bit 

However, the complete is happening to fast. I would like to delay the output of this enumeration just by a second

Is there any simple way to do this?

Thanks

 

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I have gone to the example folders and found the folder but its not in there

I have 3 basic examples but not a VI with that in it

I am running 2017 pro

Is there anyway you could post it for me.

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32 minutes ago, rscott9399 said:

I have a VI that is very complex that i did not write. Needless to say life is difficult right now

...

AKA a complete bit 

Thank you very much, this just made my day 🤣

11 minutes ago, rscott9399 said:

I have gone to the example folders and found the folder but its not in there

You'll find the function on your palette under Timing.

Alternatively press Ctrl+Space and write "Stall Data Flow", it should appear in the list.

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Basics lesson 1 has that VI in the lower right quadrant. You can also search for the VI by name using quick drop

Also, on the help page it tells you the owning palette (Timing VIs and Functions) so you can find that VI.

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I have discoverd what the problem is

This is a CRIO real time application

The Stall Data can not be used on the RT side apparently. 

When i go to my host i can search for the VI and it will come up.

So back to the 20 million dollar question, how do i delay this data flow for a split second on the RT side

 

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It should still work in RT even if it doesn't show up on the pallets. Try it. Or, check out the underlying code and copy that.

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I did try to copy the VIM from the example and import it into the RT part of the project

It gave me a conflict that appears to be caused by the fact that LABVIEW knows the file is there but i am telling it to use a different path which is just a copy of it saved to my desktop

 

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I took care of the error and got it to deploy

Lets see if it works, stand by

Thanks for your help! 

Will post results in a minute

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The stall appears to have worked. You all are Steeley Eyed Missile Men

10 points if you can name that movie

 

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On 4/30/2019 at 1:46 PM, rscott9399 said:

The stall appears to have worked. You all are Steeley Eyed Missile Men

10 points if you can name that movie

 

Apollo 13? (It's a NASA saying)

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1 hour ago, ShaunR said:

Apollo 13? (It's a NASA saying)

Correct!

One of my favorites

 

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4 hours ago, rscott9399 said:

Correct!

One of my favorites

 

Well. I didn't even get one like, let alone 10 points :rolleyes:

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6 hours ago, ShaunR said:

Well. I didn't even get one like, let alone 10 point:rolleyes:

It's like real life - overpromised and underdelivered. Now others have to fix it 😋

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