I don't seem to have any either, but looking at the context help for these functions should be enough - You configure the watchdog once with a timeout and a desired action and then you whack it in a loop. If you fail to whack it and the timeout passed, the desired action will take place. That means that if you set the action to a reset and the timeout to 10 seconds and 10 seconds have passed without you whacking the dog, the RT module will be reset.
Using the advanced VIs is more complex, but you can see examples for that inside the regular watchdog VIs.
Thank you, tst, that's the behaviour I'm expecting from a
watchdog! But my problem is that I'd like some NI examples, or help!!!
Because, exept for context help (poor), there's nothing for these
components, and I think the PXI example doesn't fit......
Anyway, should I put the whack VI in a TIMED loop?
In my application I've some concurrent loops, it is sufficient to
create another, or maybe should I just put whack VI in an existing
timed loop???? Any idea about good programming technique?