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write tablefile via flag

dandol Feb 11, 2020 05:37 AM


i have used the command tablefile in a cr310 and a cr3000 program to create the tables.
tablefile writes a day file every 24h.
From time to time a logger program has to be installed or a firmware update has to be done.

Is there a way to initialize the writing of the table manually? There is a remote access to the loggers.

- either by using the flag button (Loggernet connect screen -> ports&flags)
- or is there a way to select the card out button on the NL116 module by flag?

The idea behind this is to not always have to drive to the logger for such things, but to do it remotely and not lose half a day of data.

best regards


Chasper B. Feb 12, 2020 02:35 AM

Hi Daniel

I don't know a real solution for your issue. But you could turn the whole thing and compile the new program conditionally, after the data are written in the file.

Otherwise, you can try the CardFlush-function. I never used it and am not sure if I understand the CRBasic help correctly, but maybe it could solve your problem.

best regards, Chasper

JDavis Feb 12, 2020 12:29 PM

Yes, CardFlush will probably do what you want.


Public ManualFlush as Boolean

If ManualFlush Then
  ManualFlush = False


dandol Feb 13, 2020 12:19 AM

yes cardflush works fine! Thanks

dandol Feb 21, 2020 12:28 AM

Is there a similar command for the cr310 to write a tablefile manually? There is no cardflush command

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