I'm trying to include the new NationalInstruments.NI4882.dll in my project to handle the gpib communication, in Visual Studio 2010 on my Windows 7 machine,
becuz the old gpib-32.dll would run in 64-bit environments.
I've seen the examples("SimpleReadWrite"&"SimpleAsynchronousReadWrite"&"Notify") for DOTNET 4, and I found a short exampe that does the Findlistener function, which the example codes didn't
cover. but I just want to confirm that this is the right path: I'm including the NI4882.dll as a reference, and I rewrite the parts in my code where i call those functions in Niglobal.vb and Vbib-32.vb, and replace
them with the corresponding new ones I found on the "Mapping the NI-488.2 .NET API to the NI-488.2 C API" page I found in ".NET Framework 4.0 Help" . I've just tried to replace Findlistener and it does find the PrimaryAddress of the scope thru gpib.
Can anyone tell me whether this is the right track to switch to using NI4882.dll ? (as appose to the old gpib-32.dll, which comprise of Niglobal.vb and Vbib-32.vb )