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XNET Create Session (Frame Output » Stream) (G Dataflow)

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    Last Modified: February 22, 2017

    Creates an XNET session at run time for the Frame Output Stream mode. This instance is supported for CAN and LIN only (not FlexRay).

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    cluster

    The XNET Cluster I/O Name to use for interface configuration. The default value is :memory:, the in-memory database.

    There are five options:

    • Empty in-memory database: clusteris unwired, and the in-memory database is empty (XNET Database Create Object is not used). After you create the session, you must set the XNET Session Interface:Baud Rate property using a Session node. You must set the CAN or LIN baud rate prior to starting the session.
    • Pre-defined CAN FD in-memory database: Pass in special in-memory databases :can_fd: and :can_fd_brs:, as the cluster (XNET Database Create Object is not used). These databases are similar to the empty in-memory database (:memory:), but configure the cluster in either CAN FD or CAN FD+BRS mode, respectively. After you create the session, you must set the XNET Session Interface:64bit Baud Rate and Interface:CAN:64bit FD Baud Rate properties using a Session node. You must set these baud rates prior to starting the session.
    • Pre-defined SAE J1939 Database: Pass in the special in-memory database :can_j1939:. This database is similar to the empty in-memory database (:memory:), but configures the cluster in CAN SAE J1939 application protocol mode. After you create the session, you must set the XNET Session Interface:64 bit Baud Rate property using a Session node. You must set this baud rate prior to starting the session.
    • Cluster within database file: cluster specifies a cluster within a database file. For CANdb files, although the file itself does not specify a CAN baud rate, you provide this when you add an alias to the file within NI-XNET.
    • Nonempty in-memory database: Call XNET Database Create Object to create a cluster within the in-memory database, use the Cluster node to set properties (such as baud rate), then wire from the Cluster node to this cluster.
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    interface

    The XNET Interface to use for this session.

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    error in

    Error conditions that occur before this node runs. The node responds to this input according to standard error behavior.

    Default: No error

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    session out

    The created session.

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    error out

    Error information. The node produces this output according to standard error behavior.

    Where This Node Can Run:

    Desktop OS: Windows

    FPGA: Supported


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