Need a search option for searching for TPS like DLLs and providing the Function names of each call. Also providing a count of each time a function / method is or is not called within a set of sequence files.
In thw Sequence editor, in Tools -> Update VI calls - > Type of calls To Update -> Process Standard VI Calls another two entries could be added in the combo box. Apart from existing:
* Report Problems Only (No Changes Will Be Made) * Reload Prototype if Modified * Force Prototype to Reload
These two options below shall be consider to be added.
* Resave (recompile?) Code Module (VI) * Resave (recompile?) Code Module (VI) with all dependencies
I think this feature could be used in case like happened to me:
I had to update one of my global TypeDefinition (*.ctl) which is called by a lot of VIs from my project. When I did it, a lot of VIs were suddenly unable to load under RTE. So, manually I had to open every VI called by TS and do Open and Save (accepting recompiling) actions. I don't have to tellyou that was very boring and long task...
In the bottom right corner of the Sequence editor window (or in other place if you find more suitable) please display information about type of the adapter server.
For example for LV Adapter it would be information about whether Adapter is set to wok with LV Development System, LV Runtime Engine or other executables. For HTBasis Server it would be HTB Runtime Server or HTB Development Server.
During the development I have to often switch between LV Dev environment and RTE. To do that you have to click three times to go trough modal window to get this information. If you do this often it's getting painful.
If you add an array as a parameter to a sequence, you have the option of setting the array bounds. If you set the array bound to [1..3] for example and call this sequence and try to access the array element  there is an array out of bounds error. It looks like arrays as parameters with the size N are always seen as an array with the bounds [0..N-1]. Maybe it makes sense to change this to the expected behavior!
The current keyboard shortcut for Undo in TestStand and LabVIEW is "Ctrl+z", which is pretty standard in most programs.
In TestStand the ReDo shortcut is "Ctrl+y", but in LabVIEW the ReDo shortcut is "Shift+Ctrl+z". Both of these are relatively common among various programs, but it would be nice if the two programs used the same shortcut for such a simple and common task.
In LabVIEW, "Ctrl+y" already does something else (VI History), but in TestStand, "Shift+Ctrl+z" does not seem to have any functionality. This means that "Shift+Ctrl+z" could also be used in TestStand without breaking any backward compatibility ("Ctrl+y" could also cause a Redo action to avoid breaking that functionality for those who are accustomed to it).
Other NI software may benefit from this standardization as well, but I am referring to LabVIEW and TestStand in this post.
I know it's a simple thing, but as much as one switches back and forth between the two integrated programs it would be nice if this was common functionality!