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can't find hdl interface node

I have labview 8.6.1 and installed the core CD and FPGA module. I can't find HDL interface node anywhere. What am I doing wrong?
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On the FPGA block diagram, did you check in the Programming -> Advanced palette?
Adnan Zafar
Certified LabVIEW Architect
Coleman Technologies
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Yeah. there is no Advanced Palette for me..

When I try to locate this function using Help, it gives me an error that says

Object not found: the possible reasons include

the object might exist in a different palette view

the object might not be supported on a target in the project explorer window

the object might belong to an installed package that now has an expired license..

and I got the license from my college, so it should be good throughout the year....

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What are you targeting?
Adnan Zafar
Certified LabVIEW Architect
Coleman Technologies
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Hi dahhhh,

 

I agree with Adnan, I would make sure you are targeting your FPGA, otherwise the Advanced palette will not be available.  To do this:

 

1.  Right-click the project name in the Project Explorer and select New»Targets and Devices.

2.  Expand Real-Time CompactRIO and then select your cRIO on the network.

3.  Once the target system has been added to your project, right-click FPGA target and select New»VI.

 

You should be able to see the Advanced palette when you right-click on the block diagram. 

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Yeah I think that's the problem..

Thanks!

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 Hi,

I have the same problem, and I followed all the steps. Still the advanced tab is not visible. 

I am targetting cRIO-9063 with LabVIEW 2018.

 

Regards

tahi

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Please start a new thread.

 

The "I have the same problem" is rather obscure when the original discussion has been dormant for a decade.


"Should be" isn't "Is" -Jay
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The problem was solved. 

I just checked, FPGA module and Xilinx Vivado was not installed.

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