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Block Diagram Errors....Tunnel: missing assignment to tunnel

Hitting the cleanup block diagram button would have helped you also.

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@HowardAsh wrote:

Not everyone is perfect.  Sometimes when you remove all broken wires, one finds that an important one was deleted by mistake.  Good software design makes it easy to debug.


Again, if you click Show Error on Error List Window (or double click the error), it will bring you right to where the error is and highlight the structure responsible (in this case, the open tunnel). Not sure how NI could have possibly made it easier than that.

Redhawk
Test Engineer at Moog Inc.

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@FireFist-Redhawk wrote:

@HowardAsh wrote:

Not everyone is perfect.  Sometimes when you remove all broken wires, one finds that an important one was deleted by mistake.  Good software design makes it easy to debug.


Again, if you click Show Error on Error List Window (or double click the error), it will bring you right to where the error is and highlight the structure responsible (in this case, the open tunnel). Not sure how NI could have possibly made it easier than that.


Yes, this is the easiest way to do it.

Bill
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@billko wrote:

Click on the broken run arrow.  It will list all your sins in a dialog box.


Or Ctrl-L

"If you weren't supposed to push it, it wouldn't be a button."
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@HowardAsh wrote:

Not everyone is perfect.  Sometimes when you remove all broken wires, one finds that an important one was deleted by mistake.  Good software design makes it easy to debug.


That's why Ctrl-B scares me.

"If you weren't supposed to push it, it wouldn't be a button."
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@paul_cardinale wrote:

@HowardAsh wrote:

Not everyone is perfect.  Sometimes when you remove all broken wires, one finds that an important one was deleted by mistake.  Good software design makes it easy to debug.


That's why Ctrl-B scares me.


This 100%. Once it burns you for the third or fourth time, you'll barely ever use it again.

Redhawk
Test Engineer at Moog Inc.

Saying "Thanks that fixed it" or "Thanks that answers my question" and not giving a Kudo or Marked Solution, is like telling your waiter they did a great job and not leaving a tip. Please, tip your waiters.

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@paul_cardinale wrote:

@billko wrote:

Click on the broken run arrow.  It will list all your sins in a dialog box.


Or Ctrl-L


I'm mouse-oriented.  😉

Bill
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@FireFist-Redhawk wrote:

@paul_cardinale wrote:

@HowardAsh wrote:

Not everyone is perfect.  Sometimes when you remove all broken wires, one finds that an important one was deleted by mistake.  Good software design makes it easy to debug.


That's why Ctrl-B scares me.


This 100%. Once it burns you for the third or fourth time, you'll barely ever use it again.


I'll second, third and fourth this opinion!

Bill
CLD
(Mid-Level minion.)
My support system ensures that I don't look totally incompetent.
Proud to say that I've progressed beyond knowing just enough to be dangerous. I now know enough to know that I have no clue about anything at all.
Humble author of the CLAD Nugget.
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