I have created a host VI for the PXI 7831 FPGA card in LV 7.1. If I run it under LabVIEW development environment, it is working, so the code is running in the FPGA, and I can write data to and read data from it.
I plan to compile this all to a dll. I have 4 functions: Init (send code to FPGA), read, write, Close (stop code on FPGA). If I call the init function via call library function, labview closes without any error message. I have tried to compile the dll with and without adding the host VI to the dll as a dynamic VI, but it doesn´t matter. I can´t use it. Can a compiled dll send the VI to the FPGA?
You are trying to run this DLL on the RT right, using it to interface with the FPGA? Not dropping a dll to the FPGA diagram? You might want to post a copy of the DLL and calling VI, as the call library node sometimes does strange things when not called correctly.
Also, why are you going to the trouble of making a dll? Why not just use the Open FPGA reference, choose your bitfile, create a typedef of the reference to pass from VI to VI and set it to run when opened?
I just do what you have written, see attached screeshot.
This function seems to work, but the rest not. The rest works, if I´m in development mode, but not in dll.
To communicate with the FPGA I use the FPGA property node, see Snap1.gif.
It would help a lot to enable someone help you, if you could post your project file and all the VIs in it. From the few image snippets and the description, I at least haven't understood what you try to do, and I'm sure I'm not the only one. FPGA is already a system where only a few people have real experience with, limiting them to understand your problem makes it only less likely that you will get a really helpful answer.
The code looks fine from what I can tell. Again, why are you making a dll? It sounds to me like you need to build an executable. Unless there is some reason for making a dll (like you are trying to call LabVIEW code from another language, which I'm guessing you are not), why not just build an exe? It will be far easier.