1. The application hangs when it is trying to exit.
2. I'm not adding the DataSocket to a form. I'm creating them at runtime through my code.
3. The string fields are 16777216 characters long.
Hope this helps!
Thank you for your quick response! I have one more question. What version of Measurement Studio are you using?
The latest version of Measurement Studio, 8.0, is the only version that can read from LabVIEW Shared Variables. The behavior you are experiencing might be due to the version you are using.
I'm using Measurement Studio 8.0, Enterprise Edition (Included in Developer Suite Professional Control Edition)
As your code stands right now, are you just creating the three Datasocket instances and reading from the shared variables? If so, could you post your code so I could test it and see how you are disposing of the datasockets?
I have not upgraded to Labview 8, but was wandering what share variables are as I am confused by the statement that this is new for Labview 8 bur data sockets are not new.
I have a Labview FPGA program where the host vi is compiled as a DLL so that I can use it with Visiual Studio.
Now I am wandering if I could do it with these shared vaiables. I must admit that I did not think of data sockets but speed is important.
I will look into it.
Message Edited by Colin hughes on 01-26-2006 04:05 AM