02-25-2013 04:28 AM
I'm trying to read the signal logical text table in a LDF file. The infomation should be marked under the section "Signal_encoding_types". It indicates what the value means for the signal. For instance, a siganl "W_FAILURE" (8 bit) has the following table: "0-No Failure", "1-Hardware failure".
Is it possible to get this out using XNET or any other LIN methods? The LDF file is attached.
03-05-2013 03:13 AM
The XNET API in LabVIEW can open LDF files. They are referred to as Databses.
You will find the functions in the Functions pallette under Measurement I/O > XNET> Database
You will find some examples in the NI Example Finder under
Hardware Input and Output > LIN > NI-XNET > Databases
03-05-2013 04:26 AM
Thanks for the reply!
It was the question because of the LIN Message encoding, which is explicit defined in the LDF file. I need to used this part to decode the messages on the LIN bus. I've known how to read the LDF file (databse). But I didn't find the option to read out the encoding table in XNET.
02-17-2014 12:03 PM
Does anybody have an answer to this question? I have the same problem: LDF read is OK, but I don't find the right property node for the signal's logical values.