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Nala

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About Nala

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    Germany

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    LabVIEW 2014
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    2016
  1. Yeah that's great, thanks for your fast reply. We already use those system VI's but they don't completely discover the hardware.... I've found an internal library, called "Project Wizard" in the LabVIEW Directory ("National Instruments\LabVIEW 2014\resource\plugins\NewDialogFiles\ProjectWizards"). What do you think about the VI's inside? Do you know a way to open those block diagrams as they are secured.
  2. Hello everyone, I’m not sure which forum is the right one which is why I created two new topics with the same content (one in Embedded and one in VI Scripting) – so sorry for the spamming. I have two questions: How can I generate a cRIO project programmatically? How can I start the “Discovering Devices” tool of the Project Wizard automatically? At first I will describe a bit more what I really want to do: I’m about to write an auto coder which should create a complete new FPGA project on my cRIO system without any user input. In the
  3. Hello everyone, I’m not sure which forum is the right one which is why I created two new topics with the same content (one in Embedded and one in VI Scripting) – so sorry for the spamming. I have two questions: How can I generate a cRIO project programmatically? How can I start the “Discovering Devices” tool of the Project Wizard automatically? At first I will describe a bit more what I really want to do: I’m about to write an auto coder which should create a complete new FPGA project on my cRIO system without any user input. In the
  4. Hello everybody, I'm about to write an application that can create a complete new FPGA-Project for the cRIO-system automatically without any user Input. Before I ask my question directly, I will give you a few Information about the system and how it works at the moment. I'm working with a cRIO-system that can have different modules in different slots (max 8). That system should be universally usable which means I can replace one module with another one at the start up and create a complete new project with a different name. Most of the project works (I can find out in which slots wh
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