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VXI Servant

LabVIEW 2013 Help

Edition Date: June 2013

Part Number: 371361K-01

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Inherits from I/O Session class.

Long Name Description
Message Based Settings:File Append Enable Specifies whether VISA Read To File appends or overwrites (truncates) when opening a file. If this property is set to TRUE, VISA Read To File appends when opening a file. If this property is set to FALSE, VISA Read To File overwrites (truncates) when opening a file. The default is FALSE. Details
Message Based Settings:Device Status Byte Specifies the 488-style status byte of the local controller or device associated with this session. If you write this property and set bit 6 (0x40), this device or controller asserts a service request (SRQ) on the interface. Details
VXI/VME Settings:VXI Commander Logical Address Returns the logical address of the commander of the VXI device. Details
General Settings:Allow DMA Transfers Specifies whether I/O accesses should attempt to use DMA (TRUE) or Programmed I/O (FALSE). In some implementations, this property may have global effects even though it is documented as a local property. This behavior affects performance and not functionality. Details
VXI/VME Settings:VXI Logical Address Returns the logical address of the VXI device. Details
Message Based Settings:Termination Character Specifies a character that, when read, causes a read operation to terminate. The termination character also must be enabled. This default is 0x0A (linefeed). Details
Message Based Settings:Termination Character Enable Specifies whether a read operation terminates when it receives the termination character. The default is FALSE. Details
Message Based Settings:Send End Enable Specifies whether to send an END indicator on the last byte of each write operation. This property is relevant only in VISA Write and related operations. The default is TRUE. Details
VXI/VME Settings:VXI/VME System Failure State Returns the current state of the VXI/VME SYSFAIL (SYStem FAILure) backplane line. Details

 

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