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  1. Hello, I want to distribute a LV 7.0 Express application for a customer. It uses a PCI-6036E card for Data Acquisition together with MAX 3.0.2.3005 on some computers and MAX 3.2 on others. All target computers uses Windows 2000. I need to install the customer application, together with LabVIEW Runtime, NI-DAQ (supporting Traditional DAQ), the PCI-6036E drivers and import Traditional DAQ virtual Channels in MAX. The customer want the installation to be automatic, so he would like a single installer wrapping all those functions. I looked at many tutorial and stuff on www.ni.com and t
  2. Hello, I'm trying to write one sample to one virtual channel programmatically with LabVIEW 8.2 in a task configured in MAX (DAQmx simulated device PXI-6225). This task contains 30 different outputs. I don't want necessarily to write all 30 outputs all the time. Is there a way to do that? I tried with the Task Property Node, with Channels property wired to the Task/virtual channel input of Start/Write/Stop DAQmx VIs, but I get invalid task/virtual channel error (see image 1). With DAQmx Read Property node, there is a property called Channels to read, which permits to read only certain channe
  3. QUOTE(yen @ Feb 21 2007, 12:45 PM) Yes the DB is originally on another computer, but i copied the DBF file on the local computer. It<s not corrupted, I can open it with Microsoft Access. The connection is defined correctly as well! QUOTE(fungiscience @ Feb 21 2007, 01:30 PM) Yes the DB is originally on another computer, but i copied the DBF file on the local computer. It<s not corrupted, I can open it with Microsoft Access. The connection is defined correctly as well! Actually, it just seems to me that LabVIEW Database Connectivity Toolkit doesn't provide access to dBase DBF fi
  4. Hello, I try to connect to a DBF File (a dBase file which is supposed to be supported by the LabVIEW Database Connectivity Toolkit) using the LabVIEW Database Connectivity Toolkit. I always get an error when I supply the Open Connection VI with the DSN, or the file path or when I configure manually the dialog with Microsoft JET 4.0 OLE DB Provider and the file path to the dbf file (The test connection doesn't work either). Here is the error from the dialog Test connection button : Test connection failed because of an error in initializing provider. Unrecognised database format Here is the
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