I have an error stating a VI belongs to a library that is not properly licensed on the laptop I'm using. Can anyone tell me how do I get it licensed? (version LabVIEW 8.5.1)
That would depend on the addon it belongs to. If NI authored the library a quick call to your rep will get the ball rolling. If its a third party supplier the Tools network is a good place to start
From information gathered here:http://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/unlicensed-library-error/m-p/2352306/highlight/false#M734399
You need to install/register the advanced math addon. I can't remember the exact name of the toolkit. It is included if you have the developer suite.
The library that is not licensed seems to be NI_AALPro.lvlib.
Its library path is:
C:\Program Files\National Instruments\Labview 8.5\vi.lib\Analysis\NI_AALPro.lvlib and it looks like it has a lock on it.
I will try to inquire about a possible addon it may belong to.
Your response sounds correct. I've been dumped this and no one really can tell me what was used in the development cycle.
But the advanced math addon makes a lot sense for using a Linear Fit Coefficients VI.
you appear to have LabVIEW Base. you need to upgrade to LabVIEW Full to get that library. your local rep will help you out