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Missing dependencies / can't locate "MB Modbus Command.ctl"

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I'm trying to access an old project from LabView 2013 in LabView 2020. I transferred the project's files from a computer to another, however I have missing dependencies when I open the project with the newer version of LabView. I get a message asking to locate "MB Modbus Command.ctl" but the file doesn't exist. 

 

According to this thread (https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Missing-dependencies-in-Modbus-vi/td-p/1912289?profile.language=fr), I tried using this library (vipm://ni_lib_modbus_library/?repo_url=http://ftp.ni.com/evaluation/labview/lvtn/vipm), but I still can't locate the file. 

 

I also tried to find "MB Modbus Command.ctl" in the old version files but again it doesn't exist. Any ideas what my problem is ?

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I downloaded the LLB from http://www.ni.com/example/29756/en/ and the control was in the LLB.

Matt J | National Instruments | CLA

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I'm a bit confused because the library you advised I use was the one I was using from the start. Is the file litteraly named "MB Modbus Command" ? Also, are you using VIPM to install your libraries or is there a way to do it manually ?

 

I'm sorry if it sounds stupid but i'm new to LabVIEW.

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Nevermind I answered my own question. I was looking for a file that was litteraly named "MB Modbus Command.ctl" when in fact I was supposed to use "NI Modbus" which I guess contains the command.

 

Thanks for your help.

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