Application class/Remote Panel.Connections To Clients property

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VI Server Property Information
Property ID 41
Scope Basic Development Environment
Data Name RemotePanel.ConnToClients
Short Name* RemotePanel.ConnToClients
Long Name* Remote Panel:Connections To Clients
* Displayed here in English. Short and Long names appear in the language of the LabVIEW IDE.
Owning Class ID 1
Owning Class Name Application Class
Data Type Common Cluster Array TypeDef data type

Common Cluster Array TypeDef

Property Node Remote Panel:Connections To Clients
Available in Real-Time Operating SystemYes
Available in Run-Time EngineYes (Read Only)
PermissionsRead Only
Remote access allowedNo

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 Description
VI Name 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 resides in a project called MyProject.lvproj under target My Computer, enter the VI name as MyProject.lvproj/My Computer/ If the VI resides in a project library called MyLibrary, also include the project library in the path, as in MyProject.lvproj/My Computer/ If the VI is not in a project or project library, you can enter the VI name without any additional information.
Remote IP address of the client.
UserName LabVIEW user name of the client connected to the server computer.
Port Port number currently being used by the client computer.
Status An enumeration type that specifies the controlling status of the connection.
Create Time A time stamp that specifies in seconds when the connection was created.
Status Time 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.



Version Change(s)
LabVIEW 2018 More info to come.

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