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Operation NOT canceled by user

Thanks tst,

You're right... I do not check the feedback forum enough. 

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Hello,
 
Yes, but it's still a problem of course because the user definitely didn't cancel 😉
 
It's a CAR and needs to be addressed!
 
Best Regards,
 
JLS
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JLS
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Message 12 of 20
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JLS wrote;

"

Yes, but it's still a problem of course because the user definitely didn't cancel
 
It's a CAR and needs to be addressed!
 
"
 
Anything that makes my sweetheart (aka LabVIEW) better is OK with me!
 
Thank you,
 
Ben
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Message 13 of 20
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HI,
Ive been following this post very closely, because im facing a similar problem.

I am working on Suse Linux platform (i dont have admin rights, only user rights) and i wish to convert a LV 6.1 application to LV 8.0. I am getting the same error no 43 saying operation cancelled by user althoug i did not cancel any operation.

I just wanted to know that if i am using convert build script option will labview 8 save all the VI library files (ie, error.llb, Utilites, etc). These files are definintely write protected because they are a part of the root directory, to which i dont have access. Do I need to get root access in order to convert this .bld file?

Regards,
Pavitra
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Hello,
 
Are you able to try it as root, to see if there is a difference?  I don't know off the top of my head, and it could be specific to the permissions on your machine, but knowing if it works or gives the same error as root would be telling.
 
If you can try that and post again that would be great!
 
Thank you,
 
JLS
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JLS
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Well,

Getting admin rights is tricky business for me.

However, i tried a roundabout way. I made two applications in LV 6.1. One, a file read application with a simple error handler, the other application was made without any vi.llb vi's. Next, I made build scripts for both. Thereafter i tried to convert the build script by the convert build script option in LV8.  Result - the build script which had no VI's from vi.llb was converted easily and i could run the application, but the build script which had the simple error handler i.e. a vi from the vi.llb gave the error 43, operation cancelled by the user.

I hope its safe to assume that for convert build script option we need admin rights.

Regards,
Pavitra
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Hello,
 
It sounds like it requires the user to have permissions to the corresponding directory, yes.  Perhaps you won't need to get root access, but can your network admin give you permissions to the LabVIEW directory?
 
Just a thought, and I hope we can resolve this without much logistical trouble on your end!
 
Best Regards,
 
JLS
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JLS
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This was reported to R&D (# 3Q9EHGF2) and was fixed in LabVIEW 8.2. It now returns error code 8 to indicate there is a file permission error.  Here is a link to the current evaluation software download for LabVIEW.

Thanks!
Travis H.
LabVIEW R&D
National Instruments
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HI,

I know its been quite a long time. I got admin permission to use the Labview directory. but the same error message is cropping up. I guess it was unsafe to assume that admin rights are required for convert build script.


Regards,
Pavitra
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HI,

I know its been quite a long time. I got admin permission to use the Labview directory. but the same error message is cropping up. I guess it was unsafe to assume that admin rights are required for convert build script.


Regards,
Pavitra
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