My organization has multiple PXI systems and do collaborative development through visual studio's Team Foundation Server. Their system's reference the NationalInstruments.Analysis.Enterprise library version 18.104.22.168153 whereas my system only has 22.214.171.124153. This causes a compilation error when it can't find the 126.96.36.199153 version. Where can I install the newer version? I tried reinstalling measurement studio but it had no impact on the current version of NationalInstruments.Analysis.Enterprise. Any direction is greatly appreciated.
Solved! Go to Solution.
In the solutions explorer:
Right Click "References" > Add Reference > "Extensions" > Look for the version of the library that you want. Does this resolve the errors that you are seeing?
If not, could tell us what the errors are exactly? A screenshot or description would be helpful
I installed the Measurement Studio 2015 Suite and the correct assemblies became available. While I was still working without the new 188.8.131.52153 assembly, I noticed that I could also get the solution to compile by commenting out the reference to NationalInstruments.Analysis.Enterprise 184.108.40.206153 in the licenses.licx and leave only the 220.127.116.11153 version. For some reason the inclusion of that license in the licx file was causing a "The located assembly’s manifest definition does not match the assembly reference" compile error despite the reference version under References being correctly pointed to 18.104.22.168153.