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Aborts the scan in progress. Use the niSwitch Initiate Scan node to initiate an aborted scan. If the switch module is not scanning, a No Scan In Progress error is returned. If you are using a legacy resource ...

Verifies that a path can be created between two channels. If a path is possible in the switch module, the availability of that path is returned given the existing connections. If the path is possible but ...

Terminates the NI-SWITCH session and all of its attributes and deallocates any memory resources the driver uses. Related Topic Close Not supported Re-initializing NI-SWITCH After calling this node, you ...

Downloads the configured scan list and trigger settings to hardware. Calling this node is optional as it is implicitly called during the niSwitch Initiate Scan node. Use this node to arm triggers in a ...

Configures the scan triggers for the scan list established with the niSwitch Configure Scan List node. This node sets the location where the switch expects to receive an input trigger to advance through ...

Creates connections between multiple channels. Refer to Setting Source and Configuration Channels for information about channel usage types. Connection and Disconnection List Syntax niSwitch Disconnect ...

Breaks connections between channels. If no connections exist between channels, NI-SWITCH returns an error. In the event of an error, the node stops at the point in the list where the error occurred. Connection ...

Breaks the path between two channels created with the niSwitch Connect Channels node or the niSwitch Set Path node. If no connection exists between the channels, NI-SWITCH returns an error. Connection ...

Converts an error code returned by NI-SWITCH into a user-readable string. Generally this information is supplied in error out of any NI-SWITCH node. Use this node for a static lookup of an error code description. ...

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