For those of you who don't see the update in their VIPM yet, please bear with us. NI tells us that replication of repository servers might take a few days. As soon as NI supplies the direct download link with us we'll share it here for you as an alternative route to DQMH 6.0.
We do hope that you'll enjoy the new features just as much as we do!
Been chasing this download. or any DQMH download for days 😞
All I get from The NI site is a page not found or it just sits there displaying this and that's it!
Experience to date with NI products and support would have me looking for another product to develop our DAU system. Unfortunately, for me, the Boss wont move because of the $$ already invested.
Sorry to hear that you're having a hard time getting your hands on DQMH (and with NI in general).
I just tried this:
After a few seconds, my browser presents a dialog asking if I want VI Package Manager to open the download.
Seeing as the URL (vipm://delacor_lib_dqmh_toolkit) is targeting the VIPM application specifically, I'm not sure what happens if you don't have VIPM installed on the machine you're downloading the package. That link doesn't allow to download the .vip file directly (Enrique already posted the right link for that).
If you go to the NI tools network page i get this:
and clicking it gets this 🙂
Round and round I went. I followed your link and after creating yet another account I managed to get it installed. Thanks
Neither the software or the website is very intuitive. I find that a lot with software sites.
As soon as I clicked your link it re-directed me to the UK site and onto the jolly old merry-g-round I was on previously. I have VIPM installed but needef to create another account to get it to do what I needed. Somewhere on my machine are multiple downloads of this package 🙂
Hopefully I have it installed and can open the project that was sent t me without errorrs.
"Just go to ni.com" they said...
"VIPM makes it easy to install LabVIEW add-ons" they said...
Again, I'm sorry that you're struggling. For what it's worth, both the company and the website are still in the middle of a big restructuring project - and some people say they're seeing light at the end of the tunnel. So let's stay positive and hope for the best...
When they started this project (before I got here) using NXG which had already been flagged for burial and we were persuaded NOT to change to LabVIEW my faith was somewhat diminished.
Then the whole thing fell apart and we're away down the original LabVIEW path now so I have to try and learn that.
Not easy when
a) spent years using text based coding
b) swore to give up programming years ago and this job was not supposed to be any of that 🙂
So ..... very well prepared for the worst