LabVIEW configuration file/Execution System

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This is a list of LabVIEW ini File settings relating to the Execution System.

ESys.StdNParallel

Example: ESys.StdNParallel=5
Description: Defines the number of threads to start in each execution system and priority level.
Datatype: Integer
Permitted Values: -1 to 8 (see notes)
Default Value: 1
LabVIEW Versions: 5.x, 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, Spacer.png Spacer.png
OS's Supported: Logo.Windows.png Logo.Mac.png Logo.Linux.png Logo.Sun.png
Notes:

  • 0 is equivalent to turning off the Preferences menu item "Run with multiple threads"
  • 1 is the default value, equivalent to turning on "Run with multiple threads"
  • 2 to 8 defines a higher number of threads to start (i.e. a 5x5 matrix)
  • -1 tells LabVIEW to start with a custom set of threading parameters as defined by ESys.xxx.yyyy keys

runAsService

Example: runAsService=True
Description: This key tells the LabVIEW Run-Time Engine to ignore the Windows WM_ENDSESSION message that is sent when a user logs off! Use this key when your LabVIEW application is configured to run as a Windows service and has a user interface (service allowed to interact with desktop). The key prevents your LabVIEW application to quit when a user logs off.
Datatype: Boolean
Permitted Values: True or False
Default Value: False
LabVIEW Versions: 5.x, 6.x, 7.x, 8.x, Spacer.png Spacer.png
OS's Supported: Logo.Windows.png Spacer.png Spacer.png Spacer.png
Notes: See also following thread: Creating a Windows NT Service Using LabVIEW: [1]


ESys.xxx.yyyy

Example: Various ...