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After you add an NI-XNET database, you can edit the database directly from NI VeriStand using the NI-XNET Database Editor. The NI-XNET Database Editor is a small standalone tool for creating and maintaining embedded network databases. You can use the editor to:
|Note The NI-XNET Database Editor cannot open LIN description files (.ldf) or FIBEX databases with LIN content.|
The editor also includes its own help file which you can access from the tool by selecting Help»Search Online Help.
Complete the following steps to edit an NI-XNET database from NI VeriStand.
|Note If you refresh a database from which you previously added signals, NI VeriStand prompts you to delete the following signals from the system definition file: any signals removed from the database and multiplexed signals that changed in the database. You must reimport the changed multiplexed signals to ensure NI VeriStand reads them correctly.|
You also can access the NI-XNET Database Editor from a frame section (Incoming, Single-Point, and so on) or frame under any NI-XNET port you add to NI VeriStand. Select the section or frame to display the Launch XNET Database Editor button and access the database associated with the port.