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I have a complex vi that dynamically calls another vi in two separate occasions.  I need to be able to turn the whole thing into an executable that I can install on a computer without LabVIEW.  Is it possible to do this???? 

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Sure.  Be sure to use the "Always Include" option in the executable build spec to include those dynamically called VIs.  You will need that LabVIEW Runtime Engine installed on your other computer in order to run this executable.  If you build an installer as well, it will include the RTE.


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Are you waiting for reply?? You should have done that.

With exe only you need run time engine also on this PC which does not has LabVIEW  Development  . better make an installer.

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Note that the application builder is not included in LabVIEW base or full. You need professional or higher or buy the toolkit.


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Currently in the main program I have a static path wired to open vi reference.  I know that will have to be changed but what do I need to change that too?

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Currently in the main program I have a static path wired to open vi reference.  I know that will have to be changed but what do I need to change that too?


Change it so that you get the path relative to the VI that is calling it.  The Current VI Path and the Build Path are quite useful for this situation.


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