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Execution Control (G Dataflow)

Last Modified: February 28, 2020

Programmatically configure and control multiple VIs on the local computer. This node collection includes the VI Server Execution nodes.

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Stops the execution of a VI.
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Calls the VI to which a strictly typed VI reference refers.
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Represents a component reference on the diagram.
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Reads elements of a component reference to a library component.
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Closes a reference associated with an open VI, component, open application instance, or .NET, ActiveX, or JavaScript object.
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Retrieves the value of a named control or indicator as variant data.
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Returns a reference to a component, such as a library or GLL, you specify with a name string.
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Returns a reference to a VI you specify with a name string. For a VI exported from a specific library, wire the component reference input.
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Starts the VI execution, similar to the Run button. This node is different than calling a VI, because it uses the current values of all front panel controls for execution rather than using data passed through parameters.
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Specifies the value of a named control or indicator. You can wire a value of any data type to this method.
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Begins an asynchronous call to the VI you specify with a reference.
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Maintains a static reference to a VI.
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Returns a static VI reference to the current VI. You can use this reference to access the properties of the VI.
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Represents a VI reference on the diagram.
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Reads properties of a VI reference.
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Passes a VI reference you opened as a parameter to another VI.
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Causes the diagram to wait for an asynchronous call to a target VI to finish executing and then returns the outputs of the target VI.

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