LabVIEW 2013 Desktop Execution Trace Toolkit Help
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The Data tab consists of the following sections:
Table Configuration—Contains the following options:
Maximum Events—Specifies the number of events you want to keep in order to limit the amount of memory the toolkit uses. If the number is too large, the toolkit may run out of memory. If the number is too small, the toolkit may not display all the events that you configure to capture from LabVIEW.
When Exceed Limit—Specifies whether the toolkit stops executing a trace or removes the oldest events from memory when the number of events that the toolkit captured reaches the value that you specified in Maximum Events. This pull-down menu contains the following options:
- Discard Oldest—(Default) Allows the toolkit to overwrite the oldest trace data in the trace so that the table pane always contains the latest trace data. Use this option to trace an application instance indefinitely.
- Stop Tracing—Allows the toolkit to stop executing a trace so that you do not lose any trace data.
Logging—Contains the following options:
Enable Logging—Select this option to log the trace data to a .txt file while executing a trace session. If you enable logging and select Discard Oldest from When Exceed Limit, you can execute a trace session indefinitely and view all the trace data in the log file.
Log File Path—Specifies the path to the log file on your local computer.