First, "borrowal" is not a word.
Second, doesn't Bowen's message give you a clue what to to?
Whenever the current time is greater than the due date, then the boolean is true.
Well think about it. You are trying to concatenate a Boolean data type to a string. What do you want to be placed in that string when the Boolean is True? What do you want to be placed in there when the Boolean is False?
i didnt want to key in manually if the latter return it or not on time..
i wanted it to be autogenerate automatically.
when the boolean is true: the date is exceeded and there ( is a notif (Misplaced) or led light up) representing that it is exceeding the limit of returning the equipment.
when it is false, it shall written Ok as the status
yeah concatenate this information so that i can store it in my database which i did with excel
Then you will need to wire the boolean to a Select function that will return "Missing" (or whatever) if True and "OK" if false.
Your manipulation of the date/time record cluster is not what BowenM showed you in is example. Why did you change that?
Yes sir, what Mr BowenM show me is that the date is constant, but me i wanted to get the data autogenerate also. like i did
in my VI, i add 7 days.
But when i am trying to implement say thing for the time. I am unable
correct me if i am wrong
Figuring out why wires are broken is a basic LabVIEW skill. Hover over the wire with Context Help turned on will tell you why that wire is broken.
Bowen showed you when current time - checkout time is greater than 7 days, you are overdue.
You proceeded to program when Current time + 7 days - Current time is >= 7 days, you are overdue, but complicated it further by converted time to the date/time cluster than back again.