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Hi,

Doesn anybody knows if it's possible to write an interface in labview

and to call a visualc++ application by clicking a button ?

Thanks very much in advance for any help!

Cheers,

Alexum

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Doesn anybody knows if it's possible to write an interface in labview

and to call a visualc++ application by clicking a button ?

If the application is compiled, just use the 'System Exec' to launch it. But that seems too easy, so it's sure I'm missing something in your question ;-).

Saludos,

Aitor

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If the application is compiled, just use the 'System Exec' to launch it. But that seems too easy, so it's sure I'm missing something in your question ;-).

Saludos,

Aitor

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Hi,

Thanks for you answer. you didn't miss something because i didn't know this facility.

I tried to use it but without success.

what i have done is simply put as a constant for the command line test.exe (the name of my executable)

and put as constant for the directory path D:\ (where test.exe is).

But when i execute it, i have the message:

error 2 : the exec command was test.exe

Labview: the memory is full

NI 488: any auditor detected during the write

Have you got an idea what i could do for solving the problem ?

Thanks!

Alexis

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Don't use the "working directory" input, put all the path in the command line. I have attached a simple image of what I'm saying, let's hope I have done it right :blink:

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Don't use the "working directory" input, put all the path in the command line. I have attached a simple image of what I'm saying, let's hope I have done it right  :blink:

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Hi,

effectively, it worked!

Thanks very much!

Alexis

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