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Hello,

I am trying to build an executable with a fieldpoint applicaiton.

http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/22C...62571D9006A62B5

As long as I have the .iak file of interest loaded into MAX on my target machine, and I call the fieldpoint i/o with respect to the project I should be fine. Am I reading that right? Has anyone else come accross this issue and what did you do to solve it?

Thanks

Dan

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QUOTE(ASTDan @ Jan 22 2008, 01:48 PM)

.... the .iak file of interest loaded into MAX on my target machine, and I call the fieldpoint i/o with respect to the project.....

Also, through MAX, you need to synchronize the software/drivers between PC and cFP controller.

Also, create a "startup" executable to make sure it runs on power up!

-- Ashish

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I have tried following the steps in the link but I still can't get my executable to work. I am not embedding the code on my filedpoint module so I don't think I need the startup file?

How do I synchronize the drivers? Do I need to do that since I am not embedding code on my fieldpoint module?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

Dan

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FYI

My problem was that the version of the fieldpoint driver on the host MUST match the version of the fieldpoint driver on the target. The fieldpoint driver is NOT backwards compatible.

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