Home > Labview Error > Labview Error 1000 Run Vi

Labview Error 1000 Run Vi

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites jpdrolet 2 Extremely Active Members 2 367 posts Version:LabVIEW 2009 Since:2009 Posted March 4, 2006 I know that I I After all, B object can propagate on A-type wire. Showing results for  Search instead for  Did you mean:  Reply Topic Options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark Members 537 2,834 posts Location:Austin, TX Version:LabVIEW 2011 Since:2000 Posted October 17, 2008 Create a non-dynamic subVI that has a call to the dynamic dispatch method on its block diagram. http://jvmwriter.org/labview-error/labview-error-ni-488.html

Go to Solution. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign in with LinkedIn Sign Up All Content All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced is this just a way of checking whether your remote hardware is on the network. This starts the VI running as if it were a separate top-level VI. (Don't use Call By Ref -- that's the same as a subVI node as far as being part http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/DE45BD35AFE818E2862565FB00592B31

In this case we will have BIG problem... Thus it needs to be structured such that it is continually looking for such requests. Getting the exact VI refnum might be problematic though, so AQ's solution gets around that. However the 6.1 (or greater) RTE can instantiate VITs. -Jim > -----Original Message----- > From: [email protected] > [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Ed Dickens > Sent: Wednesday, June 18, 2003 5:56 AM

Thank You all Regards KahrCertified LabVIEW ArchitectCIM A/S 0 Kudos Message 4 of 4 (1,845 Views) Reply 0 Kudos All Forum Topics Previous Topic Next Topic Privacy | Terms of I have couple of spare H/W so i can take a risk.... I know that I I don't need to use a specifier to just run a VI dynamically, but I'm using it this way so the error cluster allows me to determine How do you invoke a dynamically dispatched VI asynchronously?

Make sure to set Auto Dispose Refnum to TRUE, so that the lifetime of the wrapper is decoupled from the VI that spawns it. Showing results for  Search instead for  Did you mean:  Reply Topic Options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark My Profile | RSS | Privacy | Legal | Contact NI © 2014 National Instruments Corporation. http://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Error-1000/td-p/3075066 Error 66: The network connection was closed by the peer The network connection might have been closed by someone, or LabVIEW is not configured to allow you to be a client.

Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign in with LinkedIn Sign Up All Content All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced When the target VI finishes executing, LabVIEW automatically disposes the reference, along with the parallel data space. After this, we check the state of the vi, and abort it if it didn't stop properly after a timeout. Can someone analise the same and let me know whats happening in this vi.PS: The reason why i am killing it because the "System Exec" hangs or enters to "dead lock"

Looks silly but i dont know whats happening here....I have an application which pings to a linux based hardware and it is supposed to get some response when its pinged. THANKS ! Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create You need a type specifier only for calling the VI with the invoke node.

Members 187 1,036 posts Location:Milford MA USA Version:LabVIEW 2013 Since:1999 Posted October 18, 2008 Wrapping the method should work, thanks for the advice all. his comment is here Go to Solution Error 1000 kabooom Member ‎01-14-2015 05:18 AM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report to a Moderator Hi What I usually do, is pass the reference to the spawned process (via Set Control Value) and let the process (explicitly) close its own reference. Answered Your Question? 1 2 3 4 5 Document needs work?

Now i ma able to "Abort" a vi by calling it on a seperate thread as toplevel (or something similar) see the attachement I have 2 quesstions to ask 1) Which However, the application runs correctly in the development environment. To make this happen, you would need to start the subVI through VI Server, using an Invoke node with the Run method. http://jvmwriter.org/labview-error/labview-error-7.html All strictly-typed references reserve the VI for running.

That way you get to catch a timeout error and can close connections and cleanup etc. One of those is a preemptive "Shutdown" message which will shutdown cleanly. As AQ has already stated, a single VI with a dynamic dispatch call will do the trick.

If we don't know yet which VI will be called (parent or child), how do you unwrap from the queue when the code is dynamically called?

Then I start it up from within LabVIEW and the Error 1000 does not appear. My Profile | RSS | Privacy | Legal | Contact NI © 2014 National Instruments Corporation. Asynchronous Message Communication (AMC) Reference... Finite Measurement Sample Project Documentation - ...

You really want to be doing this by coding the operation (a 'ping' I think you said) directly in LabVIEW with suitable timeouts for the network functions. All rights reserved. Shane. http://jvmwriter.org/labview-error/labview-error.html Well I was under the impression that you don't NEED to know the internal class representation.

The VI is called via Open VI reference with a reference to the VI template. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites mje 187 Science! Related Links: KnowledgeBase 2QEGGE8O: Why Do I Get Error 1000 When Attempting to Abort a VI Through VI Server?KnowledgeBase 28IAHMDM: What are the Most Common VI Server Errors?KnowledgeBase 2XDI92LD: Error 1042 All rights reserved. | Cart|Help KnowledgeBase Request Supportfrom an engineer NIHome > Support > KnowledgeBase EnglishChinese(China) 13 ratings: 3.69 out of 5   Why Do