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  1. DLL functions or shared variables? Or something else? I have a Labview 2014-64 executable (or I can build a DLL) that runs one piece of equipment, the X-ray. The other engineer has a large CVI Labwindows 2015 + MS Visual Studio 2012 (C++) executable that runs everything else. I want the Labview code to be a slave of the CVI code, accepting commands to turn X-ray On or Off, reporting failures, and the like. Translating the X-ray code into C++ would be possible in principle, but not fun. Shared variables look easy, but I'm kinda scared of them. I would define all the shared variab
  2. Thought I'd pass this along and see if anyone can reproduce with different versions of LabVIEW. Appreciate it if anyone has seen this and has a fix. I'm using shared variables to communicate between applications (1:N). I'd been seeing some memory creep that was inconsistent and somewhat bizarre. Eventually managed to track it down to that I'm programmatically opening a connection to a shared variable in one loop, then reading the value in a different loop (the different loops have to do with reconnecting on connection loss and startup). There is a functional global used to pass the variab
  3. More out of curiosity than of hope: has anybody any idea why SVs are almost unsupported on linux? By almost I mean that controls and indicators cannot be bound to shared variables, and that shared variables cannot be programmatically created and looked up. I know that SVs hosted on windows can be accessed in linux LV using datasocket nodes, but that is all it gets. And it has been said that datasocket is despicable. What are the missing pieces that make SV windows-only? I didn't find much in the canonical places, so I posted a dumb zero-kudos attracting idea.
  4. I would like to use programmatic access to manipulate shared variables on a computer and an NI cRIO 9033, but cannot get programmatic access to shared variables on the cRIO. I have boiled the situation down to a simple example to try to explain what I am seeing. The shared variables are hosted on the cRIO. I am using the same VI to perform the accesses on the computer and the cRIO. On the computer, access to the shared variable via a shared variable node and programmatic access both work. On the cRIO, access to the shared variable via a shared variable node is functional, but programmatic acce
  5. Hi All, Is there a way to log a programmatically created shared variable of cluster or array datatype into citadel DB? I have attempted to programmatically create a shared variable of type 'double' and was able to successfully log the same into Citadel DB. In the attachment, Please refer to the attached project SV_TC.lvproj and specifically to SV_W.vi for the code that i have used (W.png file shows the dB in MAX and shared variable in NI Distributed System Manager) However when i tried the same approach to create a shared variable 'array of double', i noticed that traces are not getting
  6. We found this bug when updating from 2010 to 2012 last week. Certain types of clusters will not update over datasocket or network-published shared variable. You will only get their default data. Here are the conditions that will cause the problem: The cluster contains an array of clusters The array of clusters is not the last item in the cluster The array of clusters is empty All three conditions must be fulfilled in order for the bug to appear. An AE was able to reproduce it and it has CAR #385089.
  7. Hi everyone I have a question about how I should approach the design of an application. Here it goes. I am making a DAC which will be reading data from multiple sources and controlling servos/steppers based on some control inputs and then logging things like position strain gauge readings and rpm. All that is fine and I have made successful DACs which perform those tasks. Now I want to make each portion of a separate vi and integrate them together in one main gui using subpanels. I have seen this done using the AMC message queues, which worked but seemed overly complicated and messy. I know
  8. Hello everyone, Basically i have 2 VIs, one running on a PXI, lets call it PXI.vi and one on the pc, GUI.vi I started testing my application some days ago and after 3 hours of running i got the error in the picture. Error -1073807339 occured at VISA Write in PXI.vi Reason: Timeout expired before operation completed. Then immediately also this error: Unable to locate variable in the shared variable engine. Deployment of the variable may have failed. I restarted the PXI and started the test and it happened again after 2 hours. The third time even sooner. It is always 2 variables that ca
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