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diginext
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does borland C++ 6.0 will be supported by DAQmx ?

Hi,
I have developped a full library in order to handle E series, CNA, and TTL cards using Borland C++ Builder (4.0 & 6.0) and NI DAQ 6.9.x.
I'm interrested in using new card only supported by DAQmx.
French support told me that the equivalent of "nidaq32b.lib" file for DAQmx might be available soon.
When and how does this functionality will be available ?
Does the only solution is to make a dll with visual C++ and to export it to builder ?

Thanks in advance

Julien MONTROZIER
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Re: does borland C++ 6.0 will be supported by DAQmx ?

Hi,

did you find a solution for your problem? I'm trying to use NI-DAQmx with borland C++ 5.0 but I'm having a lot of problems. I created NIDAQmxb.lib from NIDAQmx.lib and the project compiles and links perfectly, but I keep getting weird runtime errors...
Please let me know if you found the NIDAQmxb.lib!

Thanks,

Marcelo
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diginext
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Re: does borland C++ 6.0 will be supported by DAQmx ?

Hi,

After 5 month working on an other project, I was hopping that some one find the way to use DAQmx with Builder ...
Unfortunatelly not.

If you have any solution ... I would be interrested in !!!

Thanks

Julien
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Re: does borland C++ 6.0 will be supported by DAQmx ?

This forum addresses the 'Measure' product. Please post your question on the Multifunction DAQ forum instead.
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Re: does borland C++ 6.0 will be supported by DAQmx ?

Hi Marcello,

 

Can you please show how did you create the libary nidaqb.lib ? I have a lot of troubles with nidaqmx when using Borland C++ 5.0 or later.

 

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Re: does borland C++ 6.0 will be supported by DAQmx ?

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