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Requires: Statechart Module
Access this dialog box by double-clicking a transition node. You also can access this dialog box by right-clicking a transition node and selecting Configure Transition from the shortcut menu.
When you configure a transition, a wrench icon appears on the transition () in the Statechart Editor window.
|Note You can open multiple Configure State and Configure Transition dialog boxes simultaneously. If you do so, you may not otherwise edit the statechart diagram until you close all configuration dialog boxes.|
This dialog box includes the following pages and components:
|Note LabVIEW disables the Triggers/Groups and Guard pages when you configure a transition node that leaves an Initial pseudostate.|
|Note Consider using the NULL trigger for transitions and static reactions in synchronous statecharts.|
|Note The Inputs cluster contains a special element, Inputs»StatechartState»All Elements, which you use with the IsIn function.|
|Note The Outputs cluster contains a special element, Outputs»InternalQueue»All Elements, which you use with the Send Internal Trigger function.|
This page has an additional cluster element on the right side of the block diagram. You use this cluster element to modify statechart output and/or state data.