When working with clonable modules it is possible (although not desired) to address a Module ID instance that doesn't exist (e.g. has already been closed, never existed in the first place). All clones would ignore said request and in the best case you'd see a timeout error. This may bring about unexpected bugs, especially when working with Requests (without reply).
I think the request should check if Module ID exists and throw an error if it doesn't. This could work by modifying the Request and Request with Reply template to the following:
I propose to add such functionality to the DQMH Clonable Template and check for this in module validation.
---------- Although I've been 10+ years long fan of LabVIEW, I started to discourage engineers to start new projects in a SaaS language. NI must first regain trust within its community.