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New Release of JKI State Machine Editor with "Find Data Accessors"

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Get the JKI State Machine Editor (just check VIPM for package updates)

Version 2013.4.0.186

This new release adds a right-click option called "Find Data Accessors" to Bundle by Name and Unbundle by Name nodes in a JKI State Machine.

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Using this feature will open a dialog showing all the frames of the JKI State Machine that access the data, as shown below:

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One of my colleagues almost fell down; he was so happy when I showed him this new feature.  Excellent idea & implementation.

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45 minutes ago, Jim C said:

One of my colleagues almost fell down; he was so happy when I showed him this new feature.  Excellent idea & implementation.

That makes me smile! :-)

Thanks.

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I found one problem that occurs to me. "Find Data Accessors" is available in any VI (not only JKI State Machine) for the Unbudle by Name function, but its call does not cause the appropriate list to be displayed in the dialog box, although the application is started and consumes processor resources. Calling it several times on a notebook with an i5-4210M processor results in 100% CPU load. I've attached a screenshot for the FMSM example from LabVIEW example projects. As you can see, also Add Dynamic Events and JKI State Machine Editor... are visible - only when pop-up on Bundle/Unbundle by Name.

 

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3 hours ago, wyzromek said:

I found one problem that occurs to me. "Find Data Accessors" is available in any VI (not only JKI State Machine) for the Unbudle by Name function, but its call does not cause the appropriate list to be displayed in the dialog box, although the application is started and consumes processor resources. Calling it several times on a notebook with an i5-4210M processor results in 100% CPU load. I've attached a screenshot for the FMSM example from LabVIEW example projects. As you can see, also Add Dynamic Events and JKI State Machine Editor... are visible - only when pop-up on Bundle/Unbundle by Name.

Good catch @wyzromek! We've fixed this issue (I hope) and released a new version. Also, we added support for In Place Element Structure cluster (un)bundlers, while we were at it.

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