I just installed LabVIEW 2009 and now Switch Executive 3.0 doesn't work.
NISE open session vi returns 0 instead of valid session ID. It now does this with LabVIEW 8.6.1 too.
Everything seems to be OK in MAX.
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I was not able to reproduce the problem. What solved the issue?
Switch Product Support Engineer
NI - USA
I am experiencing similar problem! After I've installed labview 2009 my old switch executive virtual device routes stop working in such a way if I try to set a route from switch executive test panel the attached error message pops up.
I am using
Labview 9.0.1 TestStand 4.2.1Switch Executive 4.6.2 Many Thanks in advance Mehran
Have you installed support for LabVIEW 2009 in Switch executive? Here is a KnowledgeBase article addressing how to do this. It specifically addresses NISE 3.0, but you can double-check the steps for NISE 4.6.2.
I hope this helps out. Best of luck with your application!
Make sure all is OK in your session. Validate setup and check that the switches work in test panel. If you are using 3rd party switches IVI setup is critical. This is very tricky as the documentation is incomplete.
Reboot system. Always restart LabVIEW after any activity in MAX.
That's all I can think of now but I know from experience with NISE that you must be tenacious and try every possible permutation of options. Tech support was not very helpful in my case because I am using 3rd party switches.