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Once opened clicking on the broken-arrow can deliver nice error detail - even in a run-time environment! Share this post Link to post Share on other sites DRivel 0 LAVA groupie Members 0 3 posts Posted May 5, 2006 Hi Folks, First time posting here - hope Is there a work around? Other subVIs paths are stored in the caller as relative paths so any changes in relative paths to subVIs will also break the VI.
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This plug in technique especially has been intensively used in IVision callback vis and our standalone end application (only LabVIEW runtime engine needed) that uses IVison and data acquisition dynamic called Why does this compile in the development environment, but not build in the application builder? will it?
I already addressed your #10. This should open the front panel of the dynamically launched VI, and it should show you a broken run arrow, and clicking on the broken arrow may give more hints as
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6.1) *.dll, since LabVIEW is able call dlls (and build dlls out of VIs) and it is actually the operating system Windows to process them ... https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Error-1003-occurred-if-I-tried-calling-a-VI-dynamically-from-an/td-p/1207465 If that is occurring because that VI can't find a certain dependant, I have no way to tell which dependant that is.
Surely there is a better way... I guess the question is; could that main application EXE link to the module code in the plug in EXEs? Use the following information as a reference: Error 1003 occurred at AB_Application.lvclass:Open_Top_Level_VIs.vi -> AB_Build.lvclass:Build.vi -> AB_Application.lvclass:Build.vi -> AB_EXE.lvclass:Build.vi -> AB_Engine_Build.vi -> AB_Build_Invoke.vi -> AB_Build_Invoke.vi.ProxyCaller Possible reason(s): LabVIEW: The VI is not Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Irene_he 5 Extremely Active Members 5 434 posts Location:Ontario, Canada Version:LabVIEW 7.1 Since:1995 Posted May 4, 2006 Very droll Irene
If you don't have the application builder, then you will need to search your VIs for Call Library Nodes. The new Project Explorer has certainly helped me here as it offers a layer of abstraction for the developer - I've created the overall system, and I want my developers to Can I somehow on another call Dynamic VI from the main Main.vi? 0 Kudos Message 3 of 8 (2,343 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Re: Error 1003 occurred at Invoke It seemed like you were ok if you had the LV development environment on your computer, but if not it became a real hassle.
Sign In Sign Up Browse Back Browse Forums Downloads Gallery Staff Online Users Activity Back Activity All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started Search comp.lang.labview Discussion: Error 1003 http://robertwindows.com/labview-error/labview-error-6.html So what's the problem you ask? And I do indeed have such a strict VI refnum in the private data of a class. Also it isn't just OK, it's required that the override VIs for a method have the same file name as the parent method.
Administrators 274 5,737 posts Version:LabVIEW 2015 Since:1994 Posted May 5, 2006 As long as your plugin VIs and all of their subVIs are in the same flat location (irrespective of whether Hmmm - that's just crazy enough to work! right?
6.2) *.exe, since LabVIEW is able to launch executables via some kind of operating system call ... have a peek here I have better things to do with my time than to deal with people like you.
Very droll Irene (or, at least, I think you're being droll - you forgot to add a smiley to the end of that sentance ) I guess (I am not NI, Anyone from NI care to chime in on this one? (pleeeeeeeeease?) Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Irene_he 5 Extremely Active Members 5 434 posts Location:Ontario, I would still like to hear why this is a problem, and, more importantly, why it is not stated more clearly by the compiler or the application builder.
It saves a lot a VIs that may already be in the app.exe but it is harmless. Of course you could also take it as guidance to get the education you need -- something that would be very helpful and very useful. I've gone for a combination of options that have resulted in a source distribution of all of the dynamic components. right?
I can not help you much with the dll stuff.
6.2) *.exe, since LabVIEW is able to launch executables via some kind of operating system call ...
In the development mode, LabVIEW has no trouble finding them. VI class references do not reserve the VI for running. My VIs do have subVIs, and I thought that the implicit internal location that is saved within the VIs that I call would be enough to load in the subVIs too... Check This Out How did you come to the conclusion they were absolute?
The exact message in the error code was: "The following Error has occured Status:TRUE Code:1003 Source:Invoke Node in PPCS_Config_Utils_SubVI_SubPanelEngine.vi->PPCS_Config_User Interface_MainUI.vi
But it occurred on just one customer computer and no other computer so that I could duplicate what was going on. I think those were there when I was trying the LV 8.x file format option out. All strictly-typed references reserve the VI for running. too bad that CLA courses do not teach how to solve problem.
And I found that besides updating the type-specifier after a typedef changes, you also must prevent yourself from checking on 'disconnect typedefs' in the executable build options. Then on the Source File Settings page you can specify which destination files or folders are going. Not sure if that's the root of the issue, but I suspect it could have something to do with the issue since many of our recent changes are around moving towards Thanks!
So what's the problem you ask? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Daklu 333 Bringing the Fu to you Members 333 1,806 posts Location:Seattle Version:LabVIEW 2009 Since:2006 Posted July 9, 2010 Two Any ideas? Showing results for Search instead for Did you mean: Reply Topic Options Start Document Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the
These sub VIs are standard LabVIEW VIs. This technique is useful for plugin's which is probably how you are using it. Thanks for the idea though! Wait a minute, we may have a more fundamental problem here.
Rolf Kalbermatter Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Mellroth 64 The 500 club Members 64 600 posts Version:LabVIEW 2013 Since:1995 Posted February 8, 2007 As others Make sure the hierarchy you're trying to save on disk is not longer than 255 characters. This caused the referenced VI to search for the missing VIs.The search window that appears seems to find a lot of missing files, however I still have a broken arrow on