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How to create one checksum for 264 vis

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Hi,

 

How to create "one Checksum" for 264 Vis.These 264 Vis are Interlinked if i change code for any .vi the checksum Should be update.This checksum is shown on the main window.

 

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Ravindranath

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You can refer to "MD5Checksum File.vi"

 

MD5Checksum File.png

 

It essentially calculates the MD5 of a file by reading the complete file (in a chunk of 512 KB data at a time)...!!

You can keep it in loop and and run for all your files...!!

 

Remember files should not go for renaming or else instead of passing file paths you may want it to sort with size of data of last modification...!!


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Thanks.I am already using this MD5checksum.vi file concept,my problem is we can create only one checksum for a single VI by using MD5checksum.vi.I need One checksum for 264 VIs.If I Keep MD5checksum.vi in a Loop I can get one Checksum for single VI.I want,If i update "any one of the 264 VIS" My main checksum should change.Please help me. 

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Check this..!!
Basically this is modification of existing VI function (MD5checksum.vi)...!!

 

You might want to modify it further...!!


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hi sir,

 

Can u please save and send me "Multiple File MD5 Checksum (Version 2009).vi" for previous version Labview 8.6.Beacause we are using Labview8.6.please send me.

 

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Ravindranath

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Here you go..!!


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Here's a slightly simplified version (saved in 8.6).  There's no need for the Get/Set File Position.  The file position is already being incremented with the read.


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Everyone's examples gives me the same results and I've tried on multiple folder paths.

MD5 message-digest: "0123456789abcdeffedcba9876543210"

Any ideas why? (Using LV16 if that has anything to do with it.)

 

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