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Some FPGA targets allow you to generate interrupts from the FPGA VI to notify the host VI of events, such as data being ready, an error occurring, or a task finishing. To determine whether a target supports interrupts, access the FPGA Target Properties dialog box and locate the Target Information section of the General page.
|Note You cannot use the Interrupt VI in a Timed Loop in an FPGA VI. You instead can use a Set Occurrence function in the Timed Loop and a Wait on Occurrence function in a separate While Loop. You then can use the Interrupt VI in the While Loop to generate an interrupt whenever an occurrence takes place.|
Complete the following steps to generate interrupts in an FPGA VI.
Refer to Synchronizing FPGA VIs and Host VIs Using Interrupts for information about using interrupts in the FPGA Interface.