TestStand API

Hello

I create a CVI interface that runs a Teststand sequence. I want to set/get the Teststand StationGlobals variable. I use this code to get a string:

If (TSTD_GetStationGlobalsString (ERR_RETURN_PTR, "TS. Username", & result)<>
printf ("fail\n");
on the other
printf("%s\n",result);

and the TSTD_GetStationGlobalsString function is as below:

int TSTD_GetStationGlobalsString (ERR_RETURN_DECLARATION, lookupString char *, char * pString)
{
int error = NO_TB_ERROR;
ERRORINFO errorInfo.
char * pTempString;

ERR_RETURN_INIT_NO_ERROR;

errChk (TS_PropertyGetValString (gStationGlobalsHandle, errorInfo, lookupString, 0, & pTempString));

* pString = malloc (strlen (pTempString) + 1);

strcpy (* pString, pTempString);

Error:

If (pTempString! = NULL)
{
CA_FreeMemory (pTempString);
}
If (error! = 0)
{
strcpy (* pString, "");
Returns - 1;
}
on the other
{
Return NO_TB_ERROR;
}

}

Howerver when I want to access another different variable of TS it doesn't, it works. Can someone help me please.

Thank you.

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Hello

Problem solved, I only had to restart Teststand to save the new organization global ^^'

Thank you

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