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Supporting Spaces In Property Names

I have a project where we have a fixed TDMS "schema" (layout and properties) which are used by a data server to import the files.

I have found that opening and saving the files in DIAdem causes any spaces to be replaced with underscores. From the perspective of my data server the file is now corrupt.

 

I would like DIAdem to support these spaces as they are clearly supported by the TDMS specification.

James Mc
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This is a limitation of DIAdem as far as I am aware.  There have been several discussions about it.  I'd rather DIAdem, and the DataFinder Toolkit not modify my file either, but it seems this is a known issue that NI doesn't appear to be interested in changing.

 

http://forums.ni.com/t5/DIAdem/Spaces-In-Property-Names/td-p/2831180


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