NI-DAQmx 18.0 and Later Bug Fixes

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The following items are the IDs and titles of a subset of issues fixed in NI-DAQmx 18.0 and later. This is not an exhaustive list of issues fixed. If you have a CAR ID, you can search this list to validate that the issue has been fixed.
CAR ID Description Fixed NI-DAQmx Version
646229 Process remains after exiting C++ application without stopping or aborting on Linux RT cDAQ 18.1
675713 RTSI line resource reserved error occurs while synchronizing tasks on a TSN cDAQ 18.1
697690 Ethernet cDAQ appears to crash on DAQmx watchdog expiration when DSA task is running 18.1
689440 Time trigger uses default time in multi-device tasks when explicitly committed 18.1
688114 When running DAQmx frequency tasks in NI MAX on a NI 9401, the task hangs indefinitely when no signal is connected 18.1
680182 Channel Calibration Wizard forgets Acquisition Attributes when importing NI MAX database 18.1
680179 PXIe-4300 with TB-4300C ignores custom scale after applying channel calibration 18.1
673712 DAQmx Start:Terminal property does not return segment number on cDAQ-9179 when user specifies timing engine 18.1
659756 Explicit commit on a finite task causes continuous acquisition with USB-6001 18.1
677161 Sync lock loss error occurs on TSN enabled devices 18.0
682682 Network CDAQ fails self-test, reset, and reserve with Error -52003 18.0

 

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