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"This VI claims to be part of a library, but that library does not claim to own this VI"

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I get said error message when I try to run one of my sub-VI:s. I recently tried to pack it into a library and something must have gone wrong. How do I get it out of it's delusion?
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Open the library (.lvlib file) and add the VI that claims to be part of it. Then save the library.

 

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That is not what I want to do, I want the VI to forget about the library and work as normal sub-VI.

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Use File -> Disconnect from Library:

 

 

Andrey.

Message Edited by Andrey Dmitriev on 04-14-2009 12:16 PM
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When I clicked on "Disconnect from library", this popped up.  Capture.PNG 

Please help !! 

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If it's a National Instruments VI, then they've probably password protected it for a reason (e.g. because it's their IP). You probably shouldn't be trying to modify/remove these VIs from their libraries.

If it's a VI you've created, then you should know the password!

You could try to 'save as' on the VI, maybe it will save without being part of the library and the VI itself isn't password protected.

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