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  1. On 19/09/2017 at 3:11 PM, StefanLemmens said:

    It's a great tool.

    I noticed that I can run it from the command-line. By using the following command:

    "MGI Solution Explorer.exe" <path_to_lvsln> -B

    it will open the tool and start the build process.

    Unfortunately the first thing that happens is a warning dialog asking me to make sure all changes are saved before proceeding.

    Is there any workaround to avoid this dialog so we can use the tool in our continuous integration and let it generate (nightly) builds without any user interaction?

    It's a great tool that my team already used with benefit in the past.

    However, I'm trying to do the same thing as StefanLemmens in the post above : using MGI SX in a continuous integration process.

    I have 2 problems :

    - the same one as StefanLemmens : the popup displayed when MGI launched via command line. Is it possible to bypass it ? StefanLemmens, did you find a solution ?

    - the second one is : when used with LV2017-64Bits, MGI SX do not find LV and show this error message :

    11:40:20  - Initializing LabVIEW Connections
    11:40:20  - Connecting to LV 2017
    11:40:20  -  -  generated the following error:
    
    Error Code: 5011
    Error Details:
    Unable to find requested version of LabVIEW.
    
    Requested Version: 2017
    11:40:20  - Build Failed.

    Of course, LV is installed as MGI SX can load the project when I configure the .lvsln. I never had this problem when I usee it with LV2014-64bits

    Do you have any ideas ?

    Thanks for your support!

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