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  1. Hi all, I am trying to launch a vi dynamically inside RT. But I am unable to do it. It either throws up error 100 (VI not in compatible state for this operation) or just I get disconnected from the RT. I am not sure about the problem and I need help in this. How do I launch a VI dynamically inside RT. All its dependencies are downloaded to RT. The VIs I am trying to launch is a member of a class. VIs property is set to be modal. (I want it to be front most when it gets launcheed. We are using LabVIEW Embedded UI for monitoring purposes). I am able to get the reference of the
  2. Hey guys, I've stumbled across a problem when trying to use the "Application path" constant along with the name of a sub-VI to obtain a reference for dynamic launching (using the asynchronous call and forget VI). Putting the Sub-VI in the application folder, or alternatively a special "Sub-VI" folder, then using "Application Path" constant plus the name of the Sub-VI to obtain a reference works fine on a windows PC. When deployed to real-time you get "Error 7", sub-VI not found. So I'm wondering, where exactly does a dynamically launched sub-VI go when it's deployed to real-time, and how do
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