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About pgstein104

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  1. Thanks. For anyone interested, I have moved the thread to the NI board here: http://forums.ni.com...ce/td-p/1610968
  2. Also, (and sorry for all of my questions), has anyone expierienced this error before? I can connect to the web server, but it cannot retrieve the description.
  3. I did finally get it to work correctly. It had something to do with how I was addressing the web server. Now I am trying to make an application that runs on a web server that I can 'poll' for information, but keeps running. An example would be connecting from a web browser to monitor a plant of some sort. The only thing I could figuere out was to use global variables to pass out the information. Is that my only option? I tried using queues, but the data would not pass through. Thanks, Paul
  4. Hi All, I am fairly new to any kind of Web based development and am trying to teach myself how to create a webservice and thin-client using LabVIEW 2009 and the Web UI Builder appliciation. I have followed the tutorial on how to create a thin-client app that connects to an existing web service provided by NI. I also completed the tutorial on how to create a webservice in LabVIEW 2009 and access it from a web browser (the one where you add two numbers and it returns the result in html). My question is; is there anyway I can create a webservice in LV2009 and import it into my Web UI Builde
  5. Hi All, I am attemping to buld an executable from source code (LV2009) that calls two seperate custom .lvlibs. The problem is when I build it, it creates the exe along with two folders containing all of the vi's in those libraries. Is there a way to roll them into the exectuable? I figuered this would be really easy but i have had no luck. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks, Paul
  6. Unchecking 'Use LabVIEW 8.x file layout' worked for me. Thanks alot!
  7. Hi All, I am building an executable that includes two custom llbs that were built. The problem I am having is that when it is built, I get two folders with the llb name filled with all of the vis. Is there anyway to just wrap them into my executable? I would think it is easy, but I can't find a way to do it. Thanks, Paul
  8. I just ended up writing my own. Thanks again for your help. Paul
  9. Thanks for the input. What I am planning on doing is what you suggested, but I was going to upload the new executable to a folder based on the time/date. You don't happen to have a VI that will create a directory? I know the FTP command is MKD and I can write it myself, but if it is already done there is no point in re-inventing the wheel. Thanks, Paul
  10. HI, I am currently updating a real-time application from LabVIEW 8.5 to 2009. In LabVIEW 8.5, I would reboot the controller, delete the exe, ftp the new exe, and then programaticaly start it using vi server. The problem I am running into is the following error: LabVIEW Real-Time: VIs built into executables cannot be accessed through VI Server calls. Use Source Distributions to dynamically call VIs on Real-Time targets."Apparently, you can no longer call a VI from an executable using VI Server in LabVIEW 2009. Using a source distribution is not an option, it must be an exe. Does anyone know
  11. Hi All, I am trying to get a Velocity curve from an accelerometer in LabVIEW. The accelerameter is in G's, and I convert it to m/s2 and then take the integral of it to get velocity curve. The problem I am running into is that my entire curve is always sloped one way or another. is it something I am doing wrong with my LabVIEW functions? I am attaching the VI i have written to derive it (Written in LabVIEW 8.5). You see a sharp aceleration at the beginnning, a sudden decleration with a rebound and finally a stop. The acceleration data all adds up, and so does the velocity data except it
  12. That did it! Thanks alot. My back-up plan was to replace all spaces with '?'s and convert them back in my macro. Thanks!
  13. Hi guys, I am trying to call an OpenOffice Macro from the SystemExec.vi but I suppose this could be a general question as well. The problem I am having is the macro also has a parameter that is a path with spaces. I cannot get the path to work no matter what I try. if the command line is: cmd /c "C:\Program Files\OpenOffice.org 3\program\scalc.exe" macro:///IES13148.Module1.PrintDocument(C:\test13.csv) it works wonderfully. But if the argument to my macro has spaces it will not work. examples: cmd /c "C:\Program Files\OpenOffice.org 3\program\scalc.exe" macro:///IES13148.Module1.PrintDoc
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