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Hi Joel,

 

Thanks for your message.

 

With the last code that I posted (flat sequence structure), the program runs well for the first time!

 

But when I stop it and hit run again, I get error: 200022. Please see screenshot attached.

 

Maybe it needs a reset on exit? I dont know how to do that.

 

Cheers,

 

Saif

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@Vhha1972 wrote:

Hi Joel,

 

Thanks for your message.

 

With the last code that I posted (flat sequence structure), the program runs well for the first time!

 

But when I stop it and hit run again, I get error: 200022. Please see screenshot attached.

 

Maybe it needs a reset on exit? I dont know how to do that.

 

Cheers,

 

Saif


Never use the stop sign to abort a VI!  This results in no housekeeping being done.  Your task is most likely still open when you run it again.  Hence the error.

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Hi Bill,

 

Your advice has been most useful!

 

When I use the proper stop button, I dont get that error - thanks 🙂

 

Now, I will try the more complicated code. But I am hopeful that it will work since this one works.

 

Will keep you all posted.

 

Thanks again to all!

 

Saif 

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Hi Again,

 

The problem is actually not fully resolved.

 

I tried it a couple of times by using the preferred stop button as opposed to the abort button.

 

Again, it fails on the second start. Earlier, it worked a few times. But now it fails again.

 

Any more suggestions?

 

Cheers,

 

Saif

 

 

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same error: 200022

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@Vhha1972 wrote:

same error: 200022


I think if you aborted ONCE you will get that error until you shut LabVIEW all the way down then restart it.

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Hi Bill,

 

I shut down everything, restarted my laptop, restarted Labview, then just used the preferred stop button. But it only works the first time. 

 

Cheers,

 

Saif

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@Vhha1972 wrote:

Hi Bill,

 

I shut down everything, restarted my laptop, restarted Labview, then just used the preferred stop button. But it only works the first time. 

 

Cheers,

 

Saif


Drat.  I can't actually see your VI (I'm only at LV 7.1) so they were educated guesses.  I guess I will have to turn this over to someone who can actually see what you are doing.  Sorry 😞

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I am attaching my VI again. Its in V8.6.

 

Hope someone could help!

 

Saif

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save with options --> save for previous --> 7.1 and I'll still be able to help.  😉

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