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LLB file is damaged

Hi

My LLB file is damaged and I cannot open it. What should I do?

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Pull out a copy from your SCC...

Regards, Jens
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Thank you for your reply. what is "SCC". Would you mind explaining me more about how to do it?

Regards.

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Hi hadibashiri,

 

SCC means source code control. It's software to keep a history of your source code and should be used for any software development!

 

As you don't even know about SCC tools you should pick a backup of your source code and get a copy of your LLB.

You made regular backups, did you?

 

Btw. LLBs aren't recommended anymore by NI for exactly the reason you discovered now: by a small error in the LLB file you lost all VIs in the LLB…

Best regards,
GerdW
CLAD, using 2009SP1 + LV2011SP1 + LV2017 on Win7+cRIO
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Source Code Control

You do have a way to make backups? Pull out a copy from one of your backups.

 

Regards, Jens

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hadibashiri wrote:

Thank you for your reply. what is "SCC".


A tool for source code control like e.g. subversion. Such a tool provides an implicit backup of your code. So for your case: use your backup files. If you don't have a backup, well... you have learned a lesson.

 

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ʍolɟɐʇɐp ʞuıɥʇ
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This llb is the only thing i have. Inside it "screw sorting2" is the last vi. All next backup files are inside the corrupted llb.

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well... you have learned a lesson

 

And for the future I recommend to stop using LLBs. This file format is old-fashoned and not necessary anymore. It was nice in former times when Windows did not allow file names with more than 8 characters. But nowadays it just increases the risk that you loose all your code instead perhaps one vi if there's any corruption within the file.

 

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This llb is the only thing i have. Inside it "screw sorting2" is the last vi. All next backup files are inside the corrupted llb.

 

Then you'll probably have to redo your work, starting from that point... Smiley Sad

Regards, Jens

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It's a great failure for me, But thank all for replying. Failure is an experience.

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