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Build Error Cluster (G Dataflow)

Last Modified: February 23, 2017

Creates an error cluster that contains an error or warning with a description and location information. Use this node to return an error or warning that you define or to handle return values you receive from a shared library call.

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make warning

A Boolean that specifies whether the error cluster built contains an error or a warning.

True Creates an error cluster that contains a warning.
False Creates an error cluster that contains an error.

Effect on Execution When You Change an Error to a Warning

Some nodes that halt execution when an error occurs will execute normally if you change an error to a warning.

Default: False

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include call chain

A Boolean that specifies whether to include the call chain from the location at which the error or warning occurred to the top-level VI in the source string of the error cluster.

True Includes the call chain in the source string of the error cluster.
False Only includes the calling VI in the source string of the error cluster.

Default: True

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error in

An error cluster that you use to check for errors or warnings that occur before this node executes. If error in contains an error or warning, this node ignores all other values and error out is error in unchanged.

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code

The error or warning code you want to write.

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description

The description for the code that appears in the error cluster. If description is unwired, this node uses the standard error description based on existing error codes.

Programming Patterns

Use Display Error or Generate Error Report to see the description that an error cluster contains.

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error out

The error cluster created by this node. If error in contains an error, error out is error in unchanged. Otherwise, error out is the error cluster created by this node.

Where This Node Can Run:

Desktop OS: Windows

FPGA: Not supported


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