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John Lum wrote in message <38E224FC.EB528638@alum.mit.edu>...
>Tonia Papadogiorgaki wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> i do Application Reference & Open Application with the following inputs:
>>
>> - localhost
>> - port number = 3333
>>
>> i get error 63
>
>The error is occurring because there is no active listener at that port
to
>respond to the connection request. Two possible reasons:
>
>- LabVIEW's VI Server is not currently configured to use the TCP/IP
>protocol; check Edit >> Preferences, VI Server Configuration to make sure
>that the TCP/IP protocol box is checked
>- The TCP/IP protocol is enabled, but VI Server is listening at a different
>port--3363 is actually the standard port, unless you've changed that
>setting. Agai
n, check the VI Server Configuration panel under LabVIEW
>Preferences to make sure.
>
>Regards,
>John Lum
>National Instruments


TCP/IP protocol box was not checked....

I have checked it and now i get error 1032 (VI server access denied)

I have the following structure: i work with RT 7030/6030E & LabVIEW RT 5.1,
and want to download a VI to the processor of RT. I want to do it from the
PC (= Host PC)
(LabVIEW RT has the possibility of working absolutely on the Board and not
on the PC, but i want to work in the opposite way -> not to work on the board
at all, but to download, run and control every Vi (on the board) from the
PC)

To do this i make an EXE of the VI that i want to download, then execute
the EXE (with Exec) and finally do Appl. Reference & Open Appl. Reference
with Vi path=the path of the VI that is also in EXE form (the reference is
opened for the VI and not for the EXE)

Propably there is something that i do not do or do wrong while Building Application....
Any ideas o
f what it might be?

Tonia
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First make sure if VI can open a reference to something else (other local
VI) locally.
Also try just telnetting to that port or ping it. Also make sure that in
both Labview environments you have permissions set right. Also see if it
works without compiling by simply trying to communicate to VI instead of
EXE.

"Tonia Papadogiorgaki" wrote in message
news:38e3131f@newsgroups.ni.com...
>
>
> John Lum wrote in message <38E224FC.EB528638@alum.mit.edu>...
> >Tonia Papadogiorgaki wrote:
> >
> >> Hi all,
> >>
> >> i do Application Reference & Open Application with the following
inputs:
> >>
> >> - localhost
> >> - port number = 3333
> >>
> >> i get error 63
> >
> >The error is occurring because there is no active listener at that port
> to
> >respond to the connection request. Two possible reasons:
> >
> >- LabVIEW's VI Server is not currently configured to use the TCP/IP
> >protocol; check Edit >> Preferences, VI Server Configuration to make sure
> >that the TCP/IP protocol box is checked
> >- The TCP/IP protocol is enabled, but VI Server is listening at a
different
> >port--3363 is actually the standard port, unless you've changed that
> >setting. Again, check the VI Server Configuration panel under LabVIEW
> >Preferences to make sure.
> >
> >Regards,
> >John Lum
> >National Instruments
>
>
> TCP/IP protocol box was not checked....
>
> I have checked it and now i get error 1032 (VI server access denied)
>
> I have the following structure: i work with RT 7030/6030E & LabVIEW RT
5.1,
> and want to download a VI to the processor of RT. I want to do it from the
> PC (= Host PC)
> (LabVIEW RT has the possibility of working absolutely on the Board and not
> on the PC, but i want to work in the opposite way -> not to work on the
board
> at all, but to download, run and control every Vi (on the board) from the
> PC)
>
> To do this i make an EXE of the VI that i want to download, then execute
> the EXE (with Exec) and finally do Appl. Reference & Open Appl. Reference
> with Vi path=the path of the VI that is also in EXE form (the reference is
> opened for the VI and not for the EXE)
>
> Propably there is something that i do not do or do wrong while Building
Application....
> Any ideas of what it might be?
>
> Tonia
>
>
>
>
>




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