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Gribo

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  1. Hello, I am trying to automate some code generation using a project template. The template also has build specification. I want to add an auto-populating folder to the build specification, but I can't get it to work. I am using the AB_API_SDIST class. If the folder exists in the template, I get an error 'Can't add the container to build specification'. If the folder does not exist in the template, I get a 1055 error code. How can I make it work?
  2. No, I have manually created a template build specification which includes the folders that I want, then I copy it.
  3. View File LibreOffice Simple LV interface A set of simple VIs that uses the LibreOffice / OpenOffice UNO API. The result is very similar to MS Office ActiveX API. Currently, only Calc is supported. This was tested on Windows 8 with LV2013 64 bit and LibreOffice 64 bit. Submitter Gribo Submitted 10/13/2015 Category *Uncertified* LabVIEW Version License Type  
  4. I have uploaded a new version. The test VI now creates a chart with random data. LibreOffice 6 is way faster than 5, it feels as fast as the Excel .NET API.
  5. After playing a bit with LabVIEW, and remembering to cast a value, and not its class, I managed to get to your level. I will post an update in an hour or so.
  6. I understand the API even less, as I have never programmed in Java. I played with it for a bit, but could not get it to create a chart document. Since this is not a high performance library, what ever gets the results is good. 😀
  7. Instead of a spreadsheet document (unoidl.com.sun.star.sheet.XSpreadsheetDocument) you have to create a chart (unoidl.com.sun.star.chart.XChartDocument). See Libre Office example
  8. It is a matter of finding the right API calls in the LibreOffice API and using them. For charts, I think the easiest method would be to add a chart sheet and playing with its parameters.
  9. I am going to wait till there is one product (2020? 2021?). Right now, I am on 2015sp1, and have no real incentive to upgrade.
  10. Gribo

    creating .json file

    In your diagram, probe #2 is your object. You need to convert it to your specific cluster. The text you are showing is JSON format, what else do you want? .JSON files are text files. The JSON Library I used is Labview JSON
  11. Here is something for the idea exchange - the missing icon indicator should be visually different from the missing VI indicator.
  12. Gribo

    OpenG ini file issues

    I use JSON almost exclusively. A verbosely formatted JSON file is more readable than an INI file. Also, With JDPowell's JSON library, saving and loading any LV type is a breeze.
  13. Gribo

    .net decompression GZip or deflate

    The inputs and outputs are streams. You can convert them to strings.
  14. Mouse icon? Do you mean the cursor? That is, the object that moves around when you move your mouse? If so, there is a cursor VI that can set it.
  15. Gribo

    DHCP server

    Why are you communicating with the DHCP server when you want to communicate with the UUT?
  16. Gribo

    Doing this again,

    I don't have access to Labview at home, sorry.
  17. Gribo

    Doing this again,

    Much better. That asteroid needs a better animation though.
  18. Gribo

    Doing this again,

    Sure, if you can post them. Can you use the higher resolution assets from the Ur-quan masters mods? Mega mod 0.8
  19. Gribo

    help for 3D Picture and markers

    You need to generate texture mapping coordinates. That is not a trivial process.
  20. I don't have access to LV2017. This error usually means that it can't find the Uno DLLs. IIRC, The UNO path should point to C:\Program Files\LibreOffice\program Edit: The UNO_PATH variable is case sensitive. Make sure it has the exact case as above.
  21. I have validated this code with LibreOffice 6.0
  22. Gribo

    Http Kerberos authentication

    LabView doesn't have built in VI's for Kerberos authentication. What platform do you use?
  23. Because there are programmers, there are techs and there are operators. You don't want your operators messing with your data (test limits, etc), but you do want them to be able to tell you on the phone, what data there is there, in case you can't remote into the machine.
  24. I use JSON, and to prevent the end user from editing, I add an MD5 checksum.
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