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Running different sequences in the parallel model

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Is it possible to run different sequences using the parallel model. Meaning for Socket 0 Seq A is running, Socket 1 Seq B, etc. Ideally what I want to do is use the parallel model to for a 6 socket unit, however I need the ability to change the sequence for each socket as some will run different products. Everything I've seen so far either runs everything from one sequence. 

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Check this: https://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/370052AA-01/tsexamples/infotopics/dynamic_client/

 

Alternatively (and easier) create one common sequence with calls to all you specific sequences and set proper precondition for them. I did not tested that but it should work 😉 Something like this:

 

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Remember to deal with proper resource sharing!

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Thank you, I'll give that a try. The only challenge would be allowing someone to add new sequences in the future. I wouldn't want too many people altering the parallel model.

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You don't need to alter process model. Create a seq file with calls to all the specific seq calls and run that MAIN seq file with parallel process model. 

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