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I have a quite complex project that requires me to have multiple executable running. My problem is as follow: MAIN.exe need to load in a sub panel any of the OTHER.exe. All the exe has been compiled in LabVIEW. The MAIN.exe come from a different project than the OTHER.exe. In LabVIEW everything is working. I can access successfully the control and indicator value of the OTHER.exe trough vi server. Using the same VI reference, should work in the sub panel. But why it is not working? Thanks Benoit
I’m sure it’s not just me that missed out the change in LV 2013, when it comes to Sub Panel’s Insert VI method. From 2013, you can't insert ctl-file any more. For me that is a show stopper right now. So I can’t upgrade to 2013. Can anybody at NI let us know, why this support was dropped, and what the work around would be for my exe file that currently opens CTL files and shows then in a sub panel?
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 this could be done using shared variables but I am not sure what the drawbacks/challenges I would face are? Would this be a viable way to go about doing this? Is there another cleaner way via events or something I haven't mentioned? I have been try to use VI Server References but I don't know how to transfer that data between sub panels, can this be done? I am using Labview 2010 and have access to if needed 2011. Thanks in advance!