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Error on FieldPoint Module (App Defined #1)

Hey everyone,

This error I'm seeing is on an Analog Output module. I can read the channel fine, but when I write to the channel I get an error that the shared variable cannot be found in the library (but the library has been saved and deployed). The shared variable points to a psp url (192.168.0.19\FP\6AO\05) and the distributed system manager shows the error. Funny thing is is that the point adjusts fine, but the error still comes up. Any ideas what the "App Defined #1" is? All other channels are fine...

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 Can you please send a screen shot of the error you are seeing?

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@dmysliwiec13 wrote:

 Can you please send a screen shot of the error you are seeing?


There's one attached to orig post...

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Yes I see your picture. I see that "App Defined #1" is next to the 6A0 in channel 05. But you said that there was an error that the shared variable cannot be found in the library, is there an error message that shows?

 

Is the shared variable binded to the FieldPoint channel?

Can you delete the variable and re add it?

 

Danielle Mysliwiec

National Instruments 

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Hey Tommy,

 

What hardware models are you using? E.g. cFP-2220, cFP-AI-110

What version of NI-Fieldpoint and LabVIEW are you using?

 

Do you have something attached to the AO channel's terminals?

 

Does the actual Write function in your LabVIEW code have anything in the error cluster when you try to write to this channel?

Andrew T.
"His job is to shed light, and not to master" - Robert Hunter
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cFP-AO-210

LabVIEW 2009

FP Driver 6.0.11

 

There was an error in LabVIEW, but I failed to capture the error number. It was associated with not finding the variable in the shared variable library, but there's no way that was right. I could manipulate the variable in the library in the Distributed System Manager just fine.

 

The problem has since gone away, I'll chime back in if it shows up again.

 

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What hardware models are you using? E.g. cFP-2220, cFP-AI-110

What version of NI-Fieldpoint and LabVIEW are you using?

 

Do you have something attached to the AO channel's terminals?

 

Does the actual Write function in your LabVIEW code have anything in the error cluster when you try to write to this channel?


 

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