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Expose all available LabVIEW Project Methods via VI Server/Scripting

Current methods for the LabVIEW Project that exist as Right Click Popup Menus are not exposed via VI Server/Scripting.

However, these methods would be very handy to call programmatically. 

 

I say, if we can Right Click Popup on it, then we should be able to script it!

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I LOVE this idea Smiley Happy


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Yes please. I would love to have the SCC refresh option!

 

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good suggestion. please do the needful.

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Nice idea. If ever implemented, may I also suggest to somehow show the difference between native and installed functionality. Just so we don't get frustrated by not being able to get something after forgetting we installed it ourselves months ago Smiley Happy

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> Nice idea. If ever implemented, may I also suggest to somehow show the difference between

> native and installed functionality. Just so we don't get frustrated by not being able to get

> something after forgetting we installed it ourselves months ago Smiley Happy

 

That deserves to be a separate idea on the exchange. I suggest you post it as a new idea so we can discuss what kind of differentiation might be viable.