I have a CVI project that has several FP files and three C files, along with a few header files. One of the C files is tscvirun_supp.c and I have it configured to be built as an object file prior to running.
My problem is this:
If I have TestStand configured to use the CVI adapter and use an external instance of CVI, my sequence runs fine. I can point to either C files or OBJ files and everything runs.
If I try to configure the CVI adapter to run In-Process I get an error from TestStand that it can't get a CVI step module address on the first function I call. It can't find the function being pointed to by the sequence step.
I have configured AutoLoadLibs with the default CVI libraries along with any files required by my sequence . I also put my OBJ files in AutoLoadLibs and my DLLs are in the system path.
What does CVI do for me that I am missing when CVI isn't running?
I've tried everything I can think of and converting to DLLs instead of object files isn't a good option. Is there something specific I need to do when I create my object file(s)?
-Steve -- ________________________________________________________________________ Steve Heitke Tellabs Operations, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org Advanced Test Methods http://www.tellabs.com Bolingbrook, IL 60440 ________________________________________________________________________
TestStand uses tscvirun_supp.c as an 'execution server'. If you have put together a CVI project yourself this file should not have been included in it. The tscvirun_supp.c file is required by TestStand when it has to debug a .c files.
In order to use an object file from TestStand you would create the CVI project just like you would create a project that creates a DLL. However, Instead of generating a DLL, you would only generate an object file for each .c file.
I have put together a small project to illustrate this. I have placed the zip file on our ftp site (ftp://ftp.ni.com/incoming) under the name using_object_file_in_teststand.zip.
Adeel Malik Applications Engineer National Instruments