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FPGA VI not compiled.

Hello.

I want to activate my FPGA code in LABVIEW and the following 2 comments appear-

1. Open FPGA VI Reference: FPGA VI not compiled.

Details:

The specified FPGA VI must be compiled in order to be used from the FPGA Interface.

 

2. I/O Node: <iotype> item incorrectly configured
Details:
The I/O item is not configured for the current target or is configured for a resource that is unavailable. Right-click the I/O item in the Project Explorer window, choose Select Resource from the menu, and select a resource available on this target.

 

I tried to do what was written in the details, but it didn't work.
  What could be the problem and what could be the solution?

Many thanks in advance

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi yael,

 


@yael1994 wrote:

I want to activate my FPGA code in LABVIEW and the following 2 comments appear-

1. Open FPGA VI Reference: FPGA VI not compiled.

2. I/O Node: <iotype> item incorrectly configured


1. You need to compile the VI for your FPGA target.

2. It would help to see the FPGA VI with the corresponding LabVIEW project file. This lvproj file needed as it contains all the definitions of your (FPGA) target! Did you configure the FPGA target correctly, with all related hardware?

Best regards,
GerdW

using LV2011SP1 + LV2017 (+LV2020 sometimes) on Win10+cRIO
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Hello and big thanks for the answerץ


How do "compile the VI for your FPGA target"?

What do you mean and what steps?

Thanks again

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HI yael,

 

have you done any tutorial on FPGA for LabVIEW? It seems you should…

 


@yael1994 wrote:

How do "compile the VI for your FPGA target"?


To compile the FPGA VI you need to take the same steps as creating an executable from your LabVIEW code for Windows: you create a BuildSpec, then you build it:

Best regards,
GerdW

using LV2011SP1 + LV2017 (+LV2020 sometimes) on Win10+cRIO
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Hey,
I managed to install the FPGA and it looks "like" it works.
But in actuality at the rate the pictures are being taken, the FPGA does not seem to be really communicating.
I work with HOKAWO and streampix6.
Do you have any ideas what could be the problem? Or what should be entered in these programs?

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Hey,
I managed to install the FPGA and it looks "like" it works.
But in actuality at the rate the pictures are being taken, the FPGA does not seem to be really communicating.
I work with HOKAWO and streampix6.
What could be the problem? Is there anything specifically to check?

Many thanks in advance!!

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Hi Yael,

 


@yael1994 wrote:

the FPGA does not seem to be really communicating. Do you have any ideas what could be the problem?


As we don't have your software/code nor your hardware we have no ideas what the problem might be…

 


@yael1994 wrote:

I work with HOKAWO and streampix6. … Or what should be entered in these programs?


When you work with those tools then you need to read their manuals - or ask their support!

 

And PLEASE don't ask the same question in several threads in parallel!

Best regards,
GerdW

using LV2011SP1 + LV2017 (+LV2020 sometimes) on Win10+cRIO
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But the problem seems to be in FPGA!!!!

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Hi Yael,

 


@yael1994 wrote:

But the problem seems to be in FPGA!!!!


I repeat from my previous message:

As we don't have your software/code nor your hardware we have no ideas what the problem might be…

Best regards,
GerdW

using LV2011SP1 + LV2017 (+LV2020 sometimes) on Win10+cRIO
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