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  1. Hello Karthik, You can use the VI from the Report Generation, they can generate HTML files pretty easily ! You can find them in the Functions Palette, under Report Generation... Good luck, Laurent
  2. QUOTE (Minh Pham @ Oct 14 2008, 05:12 AM) And ???????? What is taking the picture ? Do you have a Camera ? Are your picture already files ? Are they JPEG, GIF, BMP ? What do you want to analyse ? A pixel ? All the colors of the picture ? As Chris said, give us a lot more details to let us help you !
  3. You can find all the available Runtime Engine on the NI FTP site at the address: http://ftp.ni.com/support/softlib/labview/labview_runtime/ BUT the older one is the 5.1.1 there is no trace of the 5.0 that you are looking for ! Perhaps someone has what you are looking for in an old backup ? Good luck, Laurent
  4. QUOTE (Rio C. @ Jun 5 2008, 12:09 AM) That's right, you need to get the SVT (Sound and Vibration Toolkit). See here: http://www.ni.com/toolkits/sv_toolkit.htm Then you get the VI you are looking for in the palette: http://lavag.org/old_files/monthly_06_2008/post-6600-1212678478.png' target="_blank">
  5. Could you tell us more about the values of your controls ? There is not default values...
  6. Perhaps if you add a substraction in your formula node like: y = a-40, then you watch the result of "y" outside the formula node with the solution of jgcode ! You can get what you want easily...
  7. QUOTE (T_Schott @ May 27 2008, 10:43 AM) Here is the part of the code reproducing the problem: Download File:post-6600-1211880490.zip If you don't have the Report Generation Toolkit, you probably just need to "Relink" some of the VIs (because I'm finally using the basic Report Generation fonctions. QUOTE (T_Schott @ May 27 2008, 10:43 AM) did you use the debug enviroment to debug the exe? Not really, I have used LOG Files to trace the error occuring inside the executable !
  8. Dear all, I have develop a software listing VIs in a folder and generating a Word report (using the Report Generation Toolkit 1.1.2) including the VI icon, the block diagram, the front panel and other VI descriptions. I'm using the VIs which are under the palette: Report Generation -> VI Documentation. Everything goes well under the developpement engine, but images (icon and block digram) are not working under the executable. I found the problem source: "Error Code: 1043 - Source: Property node (arg 1) in Create_VI_Documentation_Component_Image.vi". The reason is: This function does not work under the LabVIEW Runtime Engine 8.5: My question is: How can I do to make it work ? Does anybody is able to generate an executable generating a report with the block diagram of a VI ! Thanks a lot for your help. Laurent
  9. QUOTE(EFFE-GI @ Feb 28 2008, 10:25 AM) Perhaps you should think about using a Graph XY ! It's a bit less easy to use, but you control it much better. And if you want to stay with a Chart for the "chart history" facility, you can use it to store the values, and then use a Graph XY to show the values in you front panel ! Laurent
  10. G'Day as well Chris ! I will have a look at the architecture example and see if it reach my goals ! But from what you said, I can have "almost" as many threads as I want, which permits me to keep the CAN functions I have, and ameliorate them only ! I will probably have soon other questions about CAN, but let see that later ! Thanks a lot for your answer, tthanks as well Mike for your's, Cheers mate, Laurent
  11. QUOTE(bmoyer @ Feb 26 2008, 05:01 PM) Ok, looks quite clear to me, now ! Even if..... Thanks a lot, Bruce ! Cheers, Laurent Note: Anyone who would like to add something to this "strange" behavior is more than welcome !!!! I'm still hungry of information and explanation !
  12. QUOTE(bmoyer @ Feb 26 2008, 04:14 PM) Your conversion is probably more like the one in MAX, which would explain what I get... But I don't understand why do we need to change the conversion range to get something approching the MAX image ! The display mapping in Full Dynamic should be enough !!! Don't you think ?
  13. QUOTE(bmoyer @ Feb 26 2008, 02:26 PM) I've tried the different conversion method, without any correct results ! The correct one should be "Given range" from 0 to 255, but that's worst than the original... I've tried as well to add "IMAQ Image Bit Depth", but no better results...
  14. Hello LAVA users ! Here is an architect question: I need to control / read 4 devices with a CAN bus. Each devices have 4 frames to watch (1 to command the device, and 3 to read) Actually, I have already some code, which open a "reference" for each frames, and use Occurence to wait for a new frame to read. If I'm using this code, I will have 4x4 = 16 "threads" (parallel loops in LabVIEW). Do you think guys, is it a good idea to have so much "threads", knowing that I will have 2 or 3 for the GUI + 1 or 2 for ANA + 1 or 2 for DIO... Which makes something like 22 threads !!!! I know (by theory, I've never done that, yet) that CAN is like RS232, I can have a write thread, a read thread, and an analyser thread (the read send to the analyser by Fifo !). Which solution looks better ??? The first one: almost no new coding, but too many threads perhaps ? The second one: All the coding to do, but less threads and then less CPU, less memory, ... What do you think ? Laurent
  15. Hi all, I have a camera (digital linear) connected to a NI-PCI-1422 acquisition card. When I watch the image under MAX, I get this: a black image... (which is normal !) When I watch with a very simple Low Level Snap VI, I get this: a not very black image !!!! Does anyone know why ??? What is wrong with this NI example code, I'm using ? Thanks for your help ! Laurent
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