I have a project developped with labview 2011. It contains a PC app and an SbRIO RT-FPGA app.
I made a simple modification in a RT VI. then I tryied to build the new application for my SbRIO.
the problem is when I click "Build", a dialog error appears saying there is a VI with broken arrow. but all my VI are OK.
Can you help me please !
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Thank you for your response.
I tried with the procedure you have descriped, but, unfortunately, it doesn't resolve the problem. I still have the same dialog error .
Can you run the application interactively without error (you will need to upgrade the software/drivers on your sbRIO through MAX)?
I upgraded the SbRIO software to 2014 version using MAX.
My RT application runs but it it can't open FPGA reference. I think the problem is in FPGA vi, should I recompile it ? or install the bitfile through MAX.
Yes, you have to rebuild the FPGA. When upgrading the LabVIEW version for RT you also upgrade the FPGA version. The FPGA VI got the "modified" tick once you loaded it in 2014 which means it requires a re-build even though the bitfile would probably work.
This is possibly the reason for the build error ... but not necessarily. Try re-building your bitfile and see if you can run the application interactively. If that works, try a build of the RT application.
thank you Mathis !
OK, I am recompiling the FPGA vi. I'm using the service cloud for compilation. I think it will not take so much time.
FPGA vi compilation : DONE
RT vi can now work in interactive mode, but still can't build the RT app. The same error dialog appears when I click "build".
I found this article Error 1003 Occurs When Trying to Compile LabVIEW 2011 Project talking about a problem that has relationship with PPLs. I think this is the problem but I dont know where to find "the original un-packed library".
Please still need your help !
The next step says to rebuild using LabVIEW 2012 or later so if you're still using 2011 there isn't a solution (listed on that page). Do you have a later version of LabVIEW that you could build it in?
Actually I am using Labview 2014 PS1.
I dindn't check if this is a known issue in Labview 2011.