The process is running on Excel spreadsheet data and Hypertrends are stopped. Just before the report creation point Hypertrend time base are kicked to process start time and started to plot. After the HTML report is created graphs are stopped.
Problem persist on random basis which is unacceptable for the customer and I cannot see what is wrong as it happens randomly but very often.
I connect hypertrend.graphic to report.display. When the report is created, there will be an html file and a bmp file. The bmp file is the hypertrend. So, in the html report, there are no more hypertrend objects, but only some pics. If the pic shrinks to a small one in report, you can check the bmp file if it is still of the right size.
And also you can check if the bmp is black. If it is, the hypertrend in report should be black.
Message Edited by Ryan.S on 09-21-200609:45 PM
Ryan Shi Applications Engineer National Instruments
I'll try to put together some example during this week, I have to include the sequence which creates report, creates folder, copies files, etc to recreate the part of this process.
The other unsolved problem what I have is the SQL server which is used by lookout, slows down the AMD sempron 3000+ based laptop to the point of uselesness, even if no process file has been loaded yet.
I tried to archive/delete databases and nothing, but only what helps is to stop sql server service while lookout is running, at that point the C++ Runtime error warning window appears.
There is no such a problem with that on Intel centrino based laptop,... strange?