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  1. @Rolf You are correct about header. I added a header I can find on NI forum as below and it works. Thank you for your input
  2. Hi everyone, I am start working on a project require to communicate with a web service (written by another team). I have to use POST HTTP function to request access token with provide username, password and tenant name in JSON format. I use Flatten to JSON to convert a cluster to JSON string for buffer. I have connect URL as it suppose to be. I event use string constant to pass in the JSON directly, but when I ran, it returned header: HTTP/1.1 401 UNAUTHORIZED Date: Tue, 15 Dec 2020 04:05:22 GMT Content-Type: application/json Content-Length: 44 Connection: keep-alive Access-Control-Al
  3. @JKHS. Thank again. Our lab does not use LIMS. My task is find out how to integrate our instrument test data to customer LIMS. As you describe, I will need to look for technical manual of our customer LIMS software.
  4. @JKSH: Sorry for late reply. My software controls an instrument in the lab to run cell analyst. One experiment session is start with pressurize the cell through a channel and using machine vision to analyze image captured of the channel. The experiment data is captured in database include of hardware data like pressure, voltage. In some lab they use LIMS to manage the workflow. I still not sure how should I integrate my test data into LIMS. Thanks for your information.
  5. Hi, I was asked by my supervisor about LIMS compatibility of our software. I did some research including search on LAVA still cannot get much information about technical side of LIMS. somehow I only know that it uses the OPC protocol but beside that I don't have any more information. Could you please share with me some information about LIMS and how do we communicate with LIMS from LabVIEW side. I worked with OPC server before. Thank you in advance.
  6. @Neil: Yes, this is what I need. Thank you very much.
  7. I want 1.2ex10 not 12.0ex9 as you can see in my example. I will check format into string.
  8. I need to display the engineer string in a tree so I used number to engineer string. The issue is it is very limited to format the engineer string with this function. Look at below example I want only one digit number before the decimal point but I don't know how to set that. Please let me know how to do it. Thank you in advance.
  9. Hi all, I would like to know if there is a way to access to the reference of the runtime shortcut menu of a control? I would like to enable/disable one of those menu item programmatically. I only know how to access the runtime menu of the VI. Thanks in advance.
  10. James, Thanks for your response. I tried to modified one of your example to create two tables. One thing I noticed is BEGIN.vi returns error 5 when it waits for a while but there is no timeout input. Should I just clear the error and run the Execute SQL vi again? SQLite Example 1 -- Create Two Table.vi
  11. Hi, I would like to know if I can write stream data into two different tables with SQLite at the same time or not? Currently my system has one camera. I store the capture images and particle measurement in one table. I have just add one more camera to the system and would like to do the same thing and write to a second table in a parallel process. I wonder if this is possible or not. I use SQLite library. Thanks in advance.
  12. There is nothing perfectly fit for everything. Pick the one closet to what you want and go with it instead just wondering about it. Use your brain to learn how to program LabVIEW first.
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