04-14-2010 02:44 PM
04-15-2010 10:28 AM - edited 04-15-2010 10:29 AM
I hope school is going well! In regard to the problem, I would double check the following:
- "Remote front panels" is checked in the web server configuration
- Nothing else is running on the same port... although you said you tried changing the port. When you did this, did you make sure to specify it in the URL, as in http://localhost:85/panel.html
- Have you tried another browser?
- Check the log file in labview\resource\webserver\logs and see if there's anything useful...
04-30-2010 04:17 AM
I am fine thanks - hope you are too.SOrry for the delay.
I am still having issues.
The server with LabVIEW 2009 is all installed, published and settings are correct - I can open IE 7 and see the image update every X seconds.
The client machine has LabVIEW 2009 run time engine. I have checked the the IE pluggin is within the IE folder. (Windows XP). IE shows Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage.
I have tried different ports - with the same result.
I have tried different types of publishing.
I took a look in the log file - and saw norequests from my client machine as expected? - as its not working.
The access file did have the connections from the local web browser - with no port errors.
Clearly, some sort of network issue. Both machines can ping one another. What other settings would prevent this?
Your prompt response would be great!
04-30-2010 04:25 AM
05-01-2010 09:25 AM
Thanks for your reply. As far as I know the firewall is off on both PCs - something to check. What type of setting would block this traffic?
When you say message what do you mean? When I ran the VI is just runs - no errors are display...
05-03-2010 10:52 AM
Just wanted to clarify a few items to see if I might be able to assist.
I'm assuming the following:
1) You are running the VI on a machine with LV 8.6 (student edition)
2) This is running as a LabVIEW VI, not a built application (exe)
3) You want to access this VI using Web Server from a PC with LV 2009 RTE
4) When you configure the Web Publishing Tool you are saving the file to:
C:\Program Files\National Instruments\LabVIEW 8.6\www\your.html
From the client machine you enter the address into IE8 as
http://(Server PC IP)/your.html
The LV 2009 RTE on the client will expect to find this file at:
C:\Program Files\National Instruments\LabVIEW 2009\www\your.html
Maybe try creating this directory and placing a copy of your.html file there.
I hope my understanding of your problem was not completely wrong.