|VI Server Property Information
||Basic Development Environment
||Remote Panel:Connections To Clients
|* Displayed here in English. Short and Long names appear in the language of the LabVIEW IDE.
|Owning Class ID
|Owning Class Name
||Common Cluster Array TypeDef data type
|Available in Real-Time Operating System||Yes|
|Available in Run-Time Engine||Yes (Read Only)|
|Remote access allowed||No|
Returns an array of clusters containing connection information about the clients currently connected to the computer.
LabVIEW opens a connection on the server computer when another application instance or a related application, such as a Web browser, requests to view the front panel of a VI in memory on the server computer.
This property is similar to the Total Network Traffic option on the Remote Panel Connection Manager dialog box.
||Name of the VI on the server to which you want to connect. To specify a VI that is part of a LabVIEW project, you must include the project name, the project library, and the target in the path of the VI, when applicable. For example, if |
MyVI.vi resides in a project called
MyProject.lvproj under target
My Computer, enter the VI name as
MyProject.lvproj/My Computer/MyVI.vi. If the VI resides in a project library called
MyLibrary, also include the project library in the path, as in
MyProject.lvproj/My Computer/MyLibrary.lvlib:MyVI.vi. If the VI is not in a project or project library, you can enter the VI name without any additional information.
||IP address of the client.
||LabVIEW user name of the client connected to the server computer.
||Port number currently being used by the client computer.
||An enumeration type that specifies the controlling status of the connection.
||A time stamp that specifies in seconds when the connection was created.
||A time stamp that specifies in seconds when the client changed to its current connection status.
|Control End Time
||A time stamp that indicates when the server will regain control of the VI or transfer control to another client. A value of |
MM/DD/YY indicates that you did not set a time limit for the VI in the Web Server page of the Options dialog box.
||More info to come.