In all but the most basic cases, both automated test and embedded control applications involve semi-static application data, such as network settings, channel names, and scales. As a developer, you can either hard code such parameters into your program or you can incorporate some sort of configuration data management system. In this session, we’ll examine the best practices for creating and editing a configuration file. Having the right tools to edit your system configuration can be the difference between creating a dynamic system and one that requires several hours for making configuration changes.
Kudos to Benjamin Celis and the NI Systems Engineering team behind this content and the Configuration Editor Framework.