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Bug? - Copying Controls in Group Removes Binding

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[LabVIEW 2010]

 

When I copy a control binding remains intact however when I copy the controls in a Group binding is removed.

Cheers

-JG

 

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Works just fine for me LV2010SP1. Copied a grouped controls to a new VI and the Group persist.

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@richjoh wrote:

Works just fine for me LV2010SP1. Copied a grouped controls to a new VI and the Group persist.


 

That is not what the thread is about.

Binding is not persistant (as oppossed to Group as you mentioned). 

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Oh you mean Binding, capital B Binding, as in Data Binding a property of the control/indicator. Not ungrouping (unbinding) like I mentioned. Maybe others were also confused, thus overlooking the discussion.

 

Hmmm, who can answer if this is intentional???

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@richjoh wrote:

Oh you mean Binding, capital B Binding, as in Data Binding a property of the control/indicator. Not ungrouping (unbinding) like I mentioned. Maybe others were also confused, thus overlooking the discussion.

 

Hmmm, who can answer if this is intentional???


 

Sorry for the confusion but I have never heard the term binding using with grouping front panel objects in LabVIEW.

Anyways, yes, I am referring to PSP/DataSocket Binding of the object - which I was hoping the video clearly shows?

Unfortunately I cannot edit the thread title or the original post. 😞

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Hello jgcode,

 

I really like the video, it's quite helpful! How does it work for you if the two grouped objects both individually had Data Binding prior to being grouped? The behavior is most likely due to the created control without Binding imparting it's status to the group when copied. It'll be interesting to see if this only happens with PSP or with DataSocket as well.

 

Thank you,

Deborah Y.

Deborah Burke
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Hi Deborah

I noticed this as I was copying groups of controls (with binding and without and decorations in the same group).
I was only using PSP and not DS.
But I think there is a bug here.

Cheers
-JG
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Hi Deborah

 

Were you able to raise a #CAR from further testing?

 

Cheers

-JG

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Hello jgcode,

 

The CAR number filed is #298993. We really appreciate you reporting this, customer feedback helps make future versions of LabVIEW the best yet! I will try to keep this forum thread updated on the status.

 

Thank you,

Deborah Y.

Deborah Burke
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@Deborah Y wrote:

Hello jgcode,

 

The CAR number filed is #298993. We really appreciate you reporting this, customer feedback helps make future versions of LabVIEW the best yet! I will try to keep this forum thread updated on the status.

 

Thank you,

Deborah Y.


 

Hi Deborah

 

Yes! My intention of these posts is to make LabVIEW better.

Thanks for the #CAR.

 

-JG

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