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Creating Custom Condition Symbols for a Top-Level FPGA VI

Last Modified: May 24, 2016

You can create custom condition symbols targeted to a top-level FPGA VI and use these symbols in any Disable Structure within your FPGA application.

Before you begin, you must designate a top-level FPGA VI in your application. Refer to Designating a Top-Level FPGA VI for more information.

  1. In SystemDesigner, select the top-level FPGA VI in your application.
  2. On the Item tab, in the Compile Symbols section, click the plus button to create a new symbol.
  3. Enter a name and value for the symbol. Choose a name that indicates what the condition symbol is evaluating.
You can now select the symbol you created in a Disable Structure in any document in your application.

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