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Each step type defines a set of custom result properties. All steps that use the step type have the same set of custom properties.
All built-in step types contain the following custom properties:
|Note TestStand supports only 32-bit signed integer values for the run-time error code property. Although you can assign a larger or fractional value to the property, TestStand will truncate the value to 32-bit when handling and propagating a run-time error.|
|Note The preceding list does not include the result properties that are unique for each built-in step type or for Synchronization, Database, Interchangeable Virtual Instrument (IVI), or LabVIEW Utility step types.|
The Common property uses the CommonResults custom data type and is a subproperty of the Result property for every step type. Consequently, you can add a subproperty to the result of every step type by adding a subproperty to the definition of the CommonResults custom data type. When you modify the CommonResults data type, you must ensure that the new type definition does not conflict with earlier versions of the type in other files. National Instruments recommends modifying the CommonResults data type only when you want to perform an architectural change to all step types that you use.
|Note Share the modified CommonResults data type and the step types that use the CommonResults data type only with systems on which you are certain you will not deploy any conflicting changes to CommonResults.|