It may be that you have not selected a top-level VI for your application. The LabVIEW 6i Application Builder can include all of your (non-dynamically loaded) subVIs for you automatically, just based on telling it what your top-level VI is. I thought the Application Builder would check for that automatically, but apparently it doesn't.
For help with the Application Builder, I recommend the LabVIEW Application Builder Troubleshooting Wizard in the National Instruments Support site. You can get there by going to http://www.ni.com/support and then choosing "LabVIEW" from the list of products. That will take you to the main LabVIEW Support page (http://www.ni.com/support/lvsupp.htm). From there, choose the link to the "Application Builder Troubleshooting Wizard". That p age has version-specific Application Builder help for LabVIEW 5.0, 5.1, and 6.0.
I think I partly understand your problem. You're intending to create an application, therefore you use the AB to do the job. Could you make things clearer? What is the application you are working with? Maybe this would give us more information so that we can help you.
FZ tin wrote in message news:eUDi6.4434$Uj1.firstname.lastname@example.org... > I' creating a application.exe with Application Builder. > I'open application, automatically running the Labview run time and appare > the message 'is not a vi'. > Really is a application.exe and not a vi. > > Why does it happen ? > > I hope my English is good enough so you can understand what I wrote > thank in advance to any one that will answer this add! > Pradipaldo > >