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Instrument Library Missing Dependency Files

There are some issues that I am running into on an offline machine in which some of the dependency files for the Agilent ENA Series are missing. I can not install any additional NI Package manager due to security reasons but was wondering if these files can just be directly downloaded somewhere:

 


<instrlib>:Agilent ENA Series\Public\Configure\Power Calibration\Configure Power Correction State.vi

<instrlib>:Agilent ENA Series\Public\Configure\Measurement Condition\Select Channel And Trace.vi

<instrlib>:Agilent ENA Series\Public\Configure\Calibration Configuration\Configure Correction State.vi

<instrlib>:Agilent ENA Series\Public\Configure\Calibration Configuration\Configure Receiver Correction State.vi

 


I am currently using a LabView 2018 32-bit. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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Hi

You can download them from the instrument driver network

http://sine.ni.com/apps/utf8/niid_web_display.download_page?p_id_guid=74D1F1D4EB5268E8E04400144FB7D2...

 

Download it and you get a zip file that you should unzip in the instr.lib folder on your machine.

greetings from the Netherlands
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Albert,

 

Could these be custom built VI files? All of the drivers that I tried to download from the site does not include the files I mentioned in the specified path.

 

Thanks for the response!

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Sure

that is always possible.

Then you need to search your folders e.g. with ultrasearch if you can find them.

And maybe carefully look where LabVIEW tries to find them.

It is always displayed in the search box.

greetings from the Netherlands
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If none of these works and still you believe that those VIs are supplied part of the LV driver from Agilent, then it would be best to reach out to Agilent to understand if those are actually part of the original driver.

-Santhosh
Semiconductor Validation & Production Test
Soliton Technologies
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@Johnston123 wrote:

Albert,

 

Could these be custom built VI files? All of the drivers that I tried to download from the site does not include the files I mentioned in the specified path.

 

Thanks for the response!


The vis you mention are NOT part of the driver for 2018.  Most likely.   Your code was built from an older version of the driver.....and something about those names and the 5.4 VISA requirement tells me the the original source may be old enough to vote. 

 

You might want to read the ReadMe.html document.  That driver has gone through a major shift from an old llb to a project style.  I would hope that this also enclude updates to name conventions.  


"Should be" isn't "Is" -Jay
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