By Aniket Gadekar
I have created this feature to create named variables of any data type in memory and access its value from any part of data code which is under same scope using its name.
This variables stores instantaneous value. Best use case of this toolkit is acquire data set variable values & read from any loop. Do not use for Read-Modify-Write
Once variables are created in memory, you can be grouped them and access its values using names.
You can create variable for any data datatype & access its value using its Name. I have tested this toolkit for memory & performance, which is much faster than CVT & Tag Bus Library
Please check and let me know your suggestions. use LabVIEW 15 sp1
By Gan Uesli Starling
We have a gage supplied by a company that shipped it with a *.exe application targeted for LVRTE 2009. I need to retarget it for 2017, but don't have the source code. The supplier had said they'd gladly supply me with a copy of the *.LV source, but they have looked and cannot find their own copy in-house.
History of Need: Our global corporate mother ship's IT department, in their infinite wisdom, is mandating an upgrade from Win7 to Win10. That with yet even further constraints. They enforce a list of "approved versions" of "approved applications". And for LVRTE, they are insisting upon 2017, with 2009 being a red light.
So, then, my query. Is converting an app without the source for a higher LVRTE doable at all? File is attached.
If it is doable, instructions on how?
I'm trying to execute LPR.exe command to print some labels on a printer. However as its normal, problems occur. I could not find answer on any topic conneced with "sytem exec". I already tried all described methods (I think so). That's why I'm asking very kindly for any help.
When trying to execute or call the LPR.exe from System exec VI, I'm receiving error:
"'C:\Windows\System32\lpr.exe' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file."
Generally I would like to call function: "lpr -S 192.168.1.5 -P lp C:\test\do_druku.txt" which works from command window without any problem.
Hello Labview Users,
I happen to have thousands of csv data file that I work with. The only way I recognize them is putting their characteristics in the file name. Which brings the problem of making the names too long and Microsoft doesn't like to accept long name. So I wanted to build a database for all my files. I am in the preliminary stage of building it ( I have attached the file and some of you may have seen it before).
What I want to do is, have all my files in the database with random names and list them based on their characteristics. I want to do that in my application in the place of 'file' box. So that I can click on the file and run it (double-click on the file in application to make them work in active file). based on the parameters listed on the database I want to filter them to find any specific file. How the interface of database should look like is shown blow (Image) .
It doesn't have to be a real database, just a directory application. I am trying to make it without the database toolkit. If anyone can help me out and guide me out or guide me in the right direction then that would be great. Thanks.
Multicolumn list box v1.5.vi
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