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I'm playing around with 6.1.5 and I tried the following experiment with a plot window.
I would expect that it would return a 't', as all I'm doing is setting the current wave name to the current wave name.
But, I get back the following:
ERROR (WIA-1002): The specified waveform window ID is not valid. Specify a valid waveform window ID.nil
I can do it more explicitly:
g_window = awvGetCurrentWindow()window:18 l_list = awvGetWaveNameList(g_window)((1 3) ("/iref" "/I0/iref"))awvSetWaveNameList(l_list)ERROR (WIA-1002): The specified waveform window ID is not valid. Specify a valid waveform window ID.nil
g_window = awvGetCurrentWindow()window:18
l_list = awvGetWaveNameList(g_window)((1 3) ("/iref" "/I0/iref"))
awvSetWaveNameList(l_list)ERROR (WIA-1002): The specified waveform window ID is not valid. Specify a valid waveform window ID.nil
Anyone else seeing this?
Hi MarkThank you very much for the detail description. There is indeed something wrong with the function. I am also seeing the problem in IC615-500-1.The windows argument is supposed to be optional but the function now insists that user provides a window ID. This issue has already been reported and will be fixed. As a workaround, please use the following for now:awvSetWaveNameList(awvGetWaveNameList(awvGetCurrentWindow()) awvGetCurrentWindow())Best regardsQuek