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  1. JKi asked my to publish the system package, which solved the issue. For the life of me, I couldnt find the System Packages, but you need to check the "Show sub-packages" on the Options > General tab.
  2. I am using the newest version (2020.1) of VIPM, but I had this same issue with the release of 2020. For two of the packages that I have created for internal repos, VIPM has decided that I need a System Package. The posts I have seem from JKI indicate that this is a sub-package that is used internally to the main package, and should be automatically included. However, after I am seeing issues on any PC other than the PC where the package was built. Is there a setting I am missing? Showing the (System) package as a dependency: Package Configuration
  3. I am having an issue where the parser is error-ing out on building my JSON string, and I cannot figure out why. I am trying to build a JSON structure used as part of our data logging process. The parser is giving me the following error: JSONtext.lvlib:Find Object Item Locations by Names.vi<ERR> State: Parser Error Near: '{ "ProductTypeId":11, "ItemNum":"12345-111", "Sn":"132465", "SerialType":M' in '{ "ProductTypeId":11, "ItemNum":"12345-111", "Sn":"132465", "SerialType":MFG, "Guid":null, "Quantity":null }'' Make
  4. NI has created a CAR on this topic, as it appears it is a bug in the Build API. FYI - CAR 724207
  5. I was able to get it working. Basically, I need to "auto increment" myself and manually set the destination path. It appears that the API does not handle the [VersionNumber] tag properly, but no error is thrown. I have been in discussion with NI application engineering, so hopefully this will be fixed.
  6. I am trying to get a build script going, and I use the destination folder format with the tag [VersionNumber] in the Primary Destination Path (http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/617928B8E8DE3B6C86257CC400429194) What is happening is that when I do my programmatic build, the lvproject only "remembers" the last build I manually did through the project itself, instead of the programmatic build. for example, say I right click on my executable build specification, select "build". My build will run, complete, and then all the files will be stored in the folder builds\EXE 1.0.0.0. The
  7. Hrmm.....I have been getting access violation issues as well with my LV18f2 system, I will have to upgrade and see if the issues are resolved. NI R and D has been trying to figure out my issue and has not had success yet.
  8. I am looking at the NI Systemlink for remote deployment of the test programs. Part of the writeup on the justification for SystemLink (or alternate), is that I need to find some alternates. But finding the alternates is a struggle (which may assist in my justification, but I want to be sure I am not missing something). Our company uses a mixture of LV and Visual Studio (C/.Net) test programs, so the solution cant be LV only. I think this would rule out Studio Bods BLT, since it appears to be restricted to LV. I am aware that the SystemLink is built on SALT, and that it is open so
  9. I am guessing this has been discussed on here before, but my search skills are failing me. As we expand our company, we are now starting to use multiple suppliers for building (and testing) the same product. Updating each test fixture by remotely logging in, copying over the new sequence files is going to become cumbersome. We are discussing having the test sequence on a SQL server, in this instance since we already use SQL servers, and then the testers will then query the server based on part # and maybe some other information to get the proper sequence. This way we just need to p
  10. Update: It may be solved. I will continue testing more next week (7:15 PM where I am at) I had to uninstall all NI software, and only reinstall LV 2014 items. Then I ran a Registry cleaner. I also updated the Agilent IO Suite from 16.7 to Keysight (new Aglient name) IO Suite 17.1. I also made the changes suggested above (Synchronous mode and 1 ms wait in the loop). Thank you for your help.
  11. This is an actual serial port. I have already changed all the Power settings for the USB devices to always be on, as that did cause issues. Thanks for the suggestion. The manual says that you are supposed to send 0x00 for 1 sec, followed by the sync byte 0x95. The UUT will then acknowledge it saw the "wakeup" string with a 0x4B + 4 other bytes. There are no termination characters with this protocol. I added timing vi's to measure how long it too to send the 0x00's, and reached the conclusion that 960 for the FOR loop count worked out to ~1 sec (see the block diagram of attached vi).
  12. I attached the files to the first post. COM1 is where the IR comms happen.
  13. I am getting very frustrated trying to figure out what is causing me issues communicating with a device over a serial to IR device and using LabVIEW. I am working with NI directly on this issue, but I thought that maybe someone on here might have had a similar issue and were able to resolve it. We are using a serial port (DB9) to IR head to communicate with devices in the test nest. We have a system that was done originally in LV 2009, and it works just fine. When we decided add additional test racks, I wanted to re-use as much code as possible, but of course there were some new feature
  14. I am struggling with how I handle the situation in the title. We have a number of devices that use different IR protocols. I have a Parent Class (IR), and multiple child classes (DeviceA, DeviceB, etc). I have a Test Sequence Editor that we use on our test program, and an option I want to add is IR Command selection. I would also add a IR Parameter section to allow for specific inputs based on the command selected. So the Test Step would have: IRCommand: 'DeviceA,60' (for Protocol 'DeviceA' and to send command 60) and maybe IRParameter is a string 'ABCDEF'. Each command can h
  15. Thank you for making this toolkit free for us all to look at. I was looking into making a similar (but much less sophisticated) toolkit. A possible update: The Add Language popup will only let you select from Languages already populated by the developer, ie you cannot "add" a language by typing the language while using the toolkit. It looks like I would need to edit the Language Selector.ctl to add more languages, then reopen the toolkit in LabVIEW to add the language to my project.
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