When you open labview, you'll want to first create a FPGA Target. When you do this, it will go through a series of windows that recongnizes your RT controller and modules. This will open your project window when completed. In the project window you should see your RT controller with an IP address. Expand this and you'll see for FPGA target under your controller. If you right click on your FPGA Target and select New, VI, this will open a new VI where you can start working using function for FPGA programing. You'll know cause of all the limited functions. Create your FPGA VI, save your work, and I just click the run button. From there, the program will start compiling. Depending on the size of the VI, you can go take a bathroom break or go out for lunch cause it can take some time. When completed, your VI will automatically run.
Now when integrating this with the Real Time controller, your right click on your Real Time controller, go to new, then VI. This will then open your window for programing. There are examples that show you how the RT VI opens the FPGA VI. It's just a simple Open FPGA Target VI.
You should also try the example which already has a project:
C:\Program Files\National Instruments\LabVIEW 8.6\examples\CompactRIO\Module Specific\NI 923x\NI 923x Continuous DMA