I am trying to create an application (exe) file with LabVIEW 2010 Professional Development System SP1 (32 bit). The operating system is Windows 7 Professional (64-bit). Unfortunately I am getting this error, when I click on 'Build Specifications/New/Application (EXE):
Here is the complete error message
LabVIEW: Library has errors. Fix the errors before attempting this operation.
Complete call chain:
Get LV Class Default Value.vi
LabVIEW attempted to load the class at this path:
C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\LabVIEW 2010\vi.lib\AppBuilder\AB_Classes\Build\UI\AB_UI_Frmwk_Build.lvclass
The file is definitely available.
Well, here is also the code 🙂
Do you know what is going on? I guess it cannot be so complicated to build an executable. Am I doing something wrong?
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Is the given error specific to this particular VI or does it occur for all VI's ?
The VI doesn’t matter. I was working on a VI for serial port communication. I needed an executable version of it and tried to compile it. The Application Builder shows then exactly the same error. Then I decided to try something very simple, just to make sure it works. Unfortunately this doesn’t work also.
Im sorry you have encountered this error. Error 1498 and the behavior you are experiencing may require a repair of LabVIEW. This appears sometimes in 2010 and was on the scheduled fixes for 2010SP1. You can upgrade here:
🙂 I hope that gets you going
Thanks for the link. I can find Service Pack 1 on this location, but I have already SP1 installed on my PC. Actually, the LabVIEW installation DVD came already with SP1. Is the download revision newer?
Here is the screen shot of my LabVIEW:
Depending on when you installed LabVIEW 2010SP1 the one on the website may be a newer build 🙂
Unfortunatelly the SP1 download didn't help. I started the installation, but it finished pretty fast and I am getting exactly the same error.
Any other suggestions?
Hmmm you could try doing a repair of LabVIEW. Go to start > control panel > add and remove programs > National Instruments > modify (repair) LabVIEW. This will go through and make sure it has the correct paths to the application builder. Let me know if that works 🙂
hahah wll played!
Good Im glad your up and running! 🙂