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This routine is useful to check on the location of all VI's in your project. I generally use a rather simple structure without dynamically loaded vi's so it works for me. It's written in LV 7.0

The problem it is aimed to solve is to ensure that you are not linking in vi's from other projects, and that all your vi's are in their expected places.

John

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QUOTE (jbrohan @ Jun 13 2008, 01:53 PM)

This routine is useful to check on the location of all VI's in your project. I generally use a rather simple structure without dynamically loaded vi's so it works for me. It's written in LV 7.0

The problem it is aimed to solve is to ensure that you are not linking in vi's from other projects, and that all your vi's are in their expected places.

John

Hi John,

This is indeed usefull in LV 7 and previous, it's cool to share it !

If you switch to LV 8 you'll see that the LV project window has great new feature to see where are the VIs called in a project. :thumbup:

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QUOTE (Antoine @ Jun 13 2008, 07:08 AM)
If you switch to LV 8 you'll see that the LV project window has great new feature to see where are the VIs called in a project. :thumbup:
That's new in LV8.5, not 8.0. :ninja:
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