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Hello,

I have a program running in the LABVIEW programming mode. How can it be that
it runs without any problem, and when I want to build the same application
it with the Application builder he can't solve or find all needed vi's.

Is this magic or a bug or a joke or am I in real trouble?

Wouter.
Have program a realtime simulator for powerplants written in C++.I translates the RT sim to NI components and software (Labview).


My rt pxi turbine simulator for simulating grid incidents was succesfully used in a nuclear plant in 2006.

Look at http://sine.ni.com/cs/app/doc/p/id/cs-755
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> I have a program running in the LABVIEW programming mode. How can it be that
> it runs without any problem, and when I want to build the same application
> it with the Application builder he can't solve or find all needed vi's.
>
> Is this magic or a bug or a joke or am I in real trouble?
>

It probably can be solved by magic, but the spell is usually in the documentation.


If you are using a version earlier than 5.1, be sure to use File>>Save
with Options as the first step of building the application. This will
copy all of the static VIs to
one LLB, and the next step where you build the application attaches the
support code to the LLB. This is all that needs to be done for many
simple applications, but if you use dynamic VIs, it gets a little
complicated. That
is why LV.1 has a new multi-tab dialog, to handle
some of these more challenging cases.

If you have version 5.1 of LV, you probably need to upgrade for free to
5.11 and be sure to follow the steps in the Application Builder dialog.
Don't use save with options, follow the new instructions.

Greg McKaskle
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