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Block Diagram Error Messages

LabVIEW 2010 Statechart Module Help

Edition Date: June 2013

Part Number: 372103F-01

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Block Diagram Error Messages

Connector does not have an incoming transition
Connector does not have an outgoing transition
Connector does not have any incoming transitions
Connector does not have any outgoing transitions
Connector has incoming or outgoing transitions that create a cycle during transition evaluation
Connector has no outgoing transitions
Connector not reachable during execution
Failed to create subdiagram
Failed to embed subdiagram
Has an incoming transition that does not terminate within the state
Has invalid transition direction
Has less than or more than two segments
Has unconnected transition segment
Has zero or more than one Initial pseudostate
Incoming transitions originate from substates in a single region
Invalid incoming transition
Invalid outgoing transition
Invalid transition from Junction connector
Invalid transition to Junction connector
Is not reachable from the Initial pseudostate in this region
Name is not unique within the region
Name is not unique within the state
Not connected to outer transition segment
Not connected to transition segment
Outgoing transitions connect to substates in a single region
Placed outside region
Placed outside state
Pseudostate has an outgoing transition
Pseudostate is not connected to a state
Pseudostate must be connected to a state within the same region
Pseudostate must have at least one incoming transition
Statechart does not have debugging information
Statechart is missing debugging information
Subdiagram contains errors
Top-level statechart diagram has zero or more than one Initial pseudostate
Transition exists between an invalid pair of objects, such as two pseudostates
Trigger, guard or action code contains errors


 

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