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error message:" labview 7.1 development system has encountunered an error"

sir,
 
I had written program which had compiled earlier successfully, now i had improved the program for having some external diaplay by including sub vi 's consisting of DIO lines, the program when compiled now is shutting down abruptly giving a message " Labview 7.1 development system had encountered a problem and windows  is shutting it down" . I have checked the program again by removing that sub vi's of DIO lines and again its getting compiled. I will be very thankful if u could help me to solve this problem.
 
 
vamsi
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Are you having problems during the compile or with the .exe that you successfully compliled??

What is the error that labview gives, if anything (a number would help)?

If is with a complied program, and you added DIO liones, make sure that you install the Daqmx or DAQmx Base with the program for it to work properly.

Did you change any of the options in the Application builder from last time??

Kenny
Kenny

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sir,

 

I have not changed anything from the past application setup, Labview is not showing any error number, it is just shutting down the application and the problem is while starting the compilation itself and not with the exe files.

 

vamsi

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How are you "compiling" the VIs?  Do you mean the Mass Compile?
 
-Khalid
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Hi everyone,
 
Have currently downloaded and tried to use a vi and encountered the following message below:
 
"Error 3005 occurred at Automation Open: Object specified is not creatable in open close usb new.vi->Phone control.vi
This error code is undefined. No one has provided a description for this code, or you might have wired a number that is not an error code to the error code input."
 
Has anyone encountered this sort of problems? Any suggestions?
 
What sort of description do I have to give? I did not write this vi.
 
Thanx and regards,
kk
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Hello vamsi,

 

Thank you for posting to the NI Discussion Forums.  LabVIEW will crash like this only if Windows shuts it down.  This is usually a result of some sort of corrupt external code call.  You mention including DIO DAQ, what device are you using, and are you making DAQ driver calls in your program?  If the daq calls are removed and you still get errors, check to see if you have any Call Library Node VIs in your program that call external code (DLLs).  Use highlight execution generously to see exactly where the program crashes, and use that as a clue to help with the debugging.  Also, consider posting a screenshot of your code that is crashing with any additional information on the problem you think may be relevant.  I hope we can help once we get a little more information-

Travis M
LabVIEW R&D
National Instruments
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sir, that error of abrupt closing of labview is still persisting , i have attached my vi to this mail if there is any errot in the code please suggest changes, i am using CRIO 7831 for comkpilation.

vamsi

 

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Please include all your subvis as well. 

Kenny

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I would also recommend that in addition to including your sub-VIs in your reply, you also begin to “whittle down” your code until you have the absolute _smallest_ portion of code that reproduces the problem.  If you do this, people will be much more likely to take a look at your code, when they do look at the code it will be easier to understand what is going on, and when you do this it will probably become much more apparent what the problem is as well.  I hope that this very general advice helps us narrow down the problem to an easy to identify level.

 

Thanks again for posting to the NI Discussion Forums, and I look forward to hearing back from you!

Travis M
LabVIEW R&D
National Instruments
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