Labview Error 1003
However if 2 plug-ins use the same subVI unless you plan for that in your building, you'll have 2 copies of the VI on disk. 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 And as mentioned VI links are stored as relative links (the only time they might be absolute is if the linkage spans between drive letters, I think but I haven't tried Why would it work there and not in an executable? Check This Out
You will see that lvanlys.*, which is the DLL, is the library being called. Then you wouldn't have to worry if all of its subVIs are present, they would simply be part of the exe. Attached also is the code that launches the other problematic VIs. First the memory is looked for a VI with the same name. a fantastic read
see KnowledgeBase 18RDJ60O : Why Does My Executable Not Work When Using the Current VI's Path Constant? ) Related Links: KnowledgeBase 2O79IHUV: Error 1003 Occurs When Trying to Create an ExecutableKnowledgeBase Are they same? -> I did verify even added DAQmx just in case There is lots of material available on this forum for error 1003 and dynamic vi calling. I have compiled it with and without the "Use LV 8 calling hiaracy" My conclusion as this stage is that either the installation of LVRT 2011SP1 misses something the earlier
You will need to create a source distribution that includes all dependencies and FTP it to the target. Version:LabVIEW 2015 Since:1991 Posted March 26, 2008 QUOTE (asd @ May 5 2006, 03:37 AM) I've found the nastiest gotcha with dynamic calls is when using the call-by-reference-node and I forget A common reason the VI cannot run is because LabVIEW cannot locate it or one of its subVIs. Primary Software: LabVIEW Development Systems>>LabVIEW Full Development System Primary Software Version: 7.1.1 Primary Software Fixed Version: N/A Secondary Software: N/A Problem: My LabVIEW application uses VI Server to call and run
The RTE can not run a VI compiled in another version (At least that's how it used to be and I doubt it was changed). The developer distribution works great, just create a build for the desired target (include vi.lib, instr.lib if needed). I am not sure I understood 'I also include a copy of in the main.vi'. So any VIs with the same name will conflict with each other.
Related Links: KnowledgeBase 2O79IHUV: Error 1003 Occurs When Trying to Create an Executable KnowledgeBase 5SIEL81O: Error 1003 Occurs When Trying to Compile LabVIEW 2011 Project Attachments: Report Date: 10/08/2004 Last Updated: I agree it's likely looking for something it can't find. This screws everything up if you create an installer and bundle your plugins and their subVIs with it (thus moving the VIs from their original locations) - even if you preserve Enable VI Server on your target (right-click on it » Properties).
Hmmm - that's just crazy enough to work! However, that, in many cases, is the whole point of using classes. I'll try a few more experiments tomorrow to confirm that having a VI in the same folder/llb as its' subVIs works - like a flat structure - stay tuned Well I 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...
Where is my mistake? Thanks for any help, Ralf Share this post Link to post Share on other sites smithd 62 Very Active Members 62 220 posts Version:LabVIEW http://jvmwriter.org/labview-error/labview-error.html Searching on 'dynamic executable' and finding your post got me past a roadblock. I have the following diagramm (see attached image). The error message is attached when I click on the broken arror in runtime.
There are only two ways to tell somebody thanks: Kudos and Marked Solutions Unofficial Forum Rules and GuidelinesThe discussions from the Advanced User Track is not over. You will run into the name conflicts when using the 8.X file format for your executables. Right? this contact form Please please please - does anyone know how to force the links between a VI and its' subVI to be relative (am I going to need to hack the VI's binary
Administrators 274 5,736 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 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 Edit: Did you verify the software versions of LV RT, VISA etc on all the PCs?
These VIs within the development environment compile just fine.
Click on Additional Exclusions and uncheckExclude files from vi.lib, Exclude files from instr.lib and Exclude files from user.lib. So what's the problem you ask? Related Links: LabVIEW Help: Building a Source DistributionKnowledgeBase 28IAHMDM: Common VI Server Errors Attachments: Report Date: 06/20/2007 Last Updated: 12/13/2013 Document ID: 4AJCJ3K2 Your Feedback! That was LV 7.1 and probably the first XP released.
Please Contact NI for all product and support inquiries. Administrators 274 5,736 posts Version:LabVIEW 2015 Since:1994 Posted May 4, 2006 Ok, Thankyou it looks like the VIs loose their link to their subVIs, resulting in the error message. Why am I receiving this error? http://jvmwriter.org/labview-error/labview-error-ni-488.html This particular error aside, a nice tool for debugging dynamic-call errors is to open the front panel of the [broken] callee (using Open VI reference and FP.Open).
If the VI you're calling or any of its subVIs depend on this file structure, which is common in code written in 8.6 and prior, this may preserve functionality of the My Profile | RSS | Privacy | Legal | Contact NI © 2014 National Instruments Corporation.