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Save values from different case structures

Hi people

I have a system that monitering the connection in a cable and if it is good or bad.

The information ends up in a case structure with 3 different cases. 1 case for NC, 1 case for crosstalk and 1 case for ok connection.
I need to save the data and number of cycles my system has ran in a txt file or similar if it goes in NC or crosstalk.
How is this possible?

My counter system which I have placed in my OK case is running aslong as the connection is good.
How do i draw that number to my other cases?

 

I'll hope you have something for me and thanks in advance. 

Here is a snippet from where you can see my OK case and NC case. 

CompleteSystem_OK_Case.png

 

NC_Case.png

Crosstalk_Case.png

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Frankly there are so many broken wires that it's hard to tell what it is that you are trying to do. Most of the broken wires seem to be because things are not connected.

 

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@08anja wrote:

My counter system which I have placed in my OK case is running aslong as the connection is good.
How do i draw that number to my other cases?


Put the value in a shift register on your loop.  Then you always have the value.


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Mike@ 
I thought that it was visible if you compared the first picture, the main program, to the case strucutres below. But yea, I can see what you mean, but the are all connected and working. 

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Okey, and then I just have to keep track of which "arrow-block" from the shift register that belongs to which case, and drag them out to for example a Write To Measurement File.? 

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@08anja wrote:

Okey, and then I just have to keep track of which "arrow-block" from the shift register that belongs to which case, and drag them out to for example a Write To Measurement File.?


That sounds about right.


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And where are you thinking that i could place my shift rigister? I can't place it on my case structure, so should i wired out to my big while loop? 

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