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Where are the result of the seq steps?

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HI,

 

I'm calling a subsequence which has many steps. 

Now, I wish to find (in the RunState......variables)  the result of some steps in that same sequence (not the MainSequence).

 

There is a dedicated line for the Previous Step (which is very comfertable), I'd like to use a similar one for other steps.

 

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Rafi

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Hi Rafi,

 

other suggestion. Try parsing Locals.ResultList to find the step's result.

 

greetings

 

juergen

 

 

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I think U can use RunState.Sequence.Main["Step Name"].Result to get the results of all steps.

 

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Hi lordsathi,

 

Why are writing "think" ? You can canel it. Your hint is it working great!

 

To Rafi: scurp my suggestion to litter basket a believe lordsathi...

 

Greetings

 

Juergen 

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Thanks....perfect solution

 

Rafi

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Hi,

 

 

I would like to convert my test stand sequence file to an like run time executable ( Ex: file.exe ). Upon search, I found Test Stand Sequence File converter. I tried GUI version. By setting password to prevent viewing as well as editing. I was successful in hiding the sequence from viewing or editing. This option worked for me for few sequences ( Sequences with standard test stand steps). For some sequences (Sequences with custom and standard steps), if I keep a break point or trace enable and start running the sequence. It stops at the break point and every thing is viewable. I REALLY DON'T UNDERSTAND THIS.

 

Are there any options that I can make this not viewable irrespective of the custom or standard steps. What is NI recommended way of protecting the files? I tried all the search options in Google or NI web site? Please advice.

 

Note  TestStand supports password-protecting sequence files to deter editing and viewing within the sequence editor and user interfaces that use the TestStand User Interface (UI) Controls. The TestStand API limits access to a file protected from viewing but cannot prevent access to the file content during execution. National Instruments does not recommend using passwords as the only way of protecting intellectual property.

 

 

Thanks,

KK

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