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Short Name: Attribute Committal Strategy
Property of niHSDIO
Specifies whether setting a property takes effect immediately (if the session has been committed at least once) or is deferred until the next commit.
|Note This attribute is supported for NI 6555/6556 devices only.|
The behavior of the following properties is affected by setting this property to Immediately upon set (Voltage): Data High, Data Low, Data Voltage Range, Data Termination, Sourcing Current, Sinking Current, and Commutating Voltage Level.
|Note If you change the value of this property, the change does not take effect until the next commit.|
|Deferred until commit (0)||
Changes to voltage properties take effect upon the next commit. This value is the default.
|Immediately upon set (Voltage) (1)||
Changes to voltage properties take effect immediately if the session has been committed at least once.
The following table lists the characteristics of this property.