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I'd recommend method A if your list of plug-ins is "static" meaning you know for this release you have 3 plug-ins but you want them to be dynamic so that all LV7.0 can open LV6.1 provided shared sub-VI have not been changed such that they need re-linking) The sub VI should run.

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As far as i found out (from NI homepage) its So yeah I'm agreeing with everyone here so let me try to throw out a couple of new things to help. (Tim some of this will apply to you as well, It seemed like you were ok if you had the LV development environment on your computer, but if not it became a real hassle. this content

Sure enough, I get a "Error 1003 occurred at Open VI Reference - The VI is not executable." - only VIs that I include in the build (even if they aren't Sign In Sign Up Browse Back Browse Forums Downloads Gallery Staff Online Users Activity Back Activity All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started Search Jump to content Application after all, He's not a tame lion..." 0 Kudos Message 18 of 22 (714 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Re: Error 1003 when dynamically calling VI within an executable A1Penguin Member ‎04-27-2016 Here is a thread regarding that issue: http://forums.lavag.org/index.php?showtopic=3136 The error occurs if a vi in my plugin and the main executable both call a vi that was from vi.lib.

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Francois Normandin 134 Son of Scotland Members 134 1,105 posts Location:Oakland, CA Version:LabVIEW 2015 Since:1999 Posted July 9, 2010 Error Attached is the error 2228 reported from the VI. Sign In Sign Up Browse Back Browse Forums Downloads Gallery Staff Online Users Activity Back Activity All Activity My Activity Streams Unread Content Content I Started Search comp.lang.labview Discussion: Error 1003 Sign in here.

Thanks in advance.
Ben Benjam 2005-04-23 21:11:11 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Here some thoughts i had meanwhile. http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/644C66077212FC218625760F004C6733?OpenDocument this is realy good, but creating the. If you enter an invalid password, the VI will return error 1040 and an invalid VI reference. The run-time engine can not search for VIs (including vi.lib VIs) because they are not resident in the FieldPoint controller, and searching/relinking is a Development Environment capability, not a run-time capability.

The vi name "AB_Build_Invoke.vi.ProxyCaller" seems rather peculiar. The reason I was confused was that I did have all of my support libraries available - opening a plug-in VI with subVIs worked fine under LabVIEW, and after a couple It's then application builder that compiles the VIs allowing runtime engine to run them.

Possible strategies for running code by main.exe that is not present when main.exe is created:
6) Provide code to https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Error-1003-occurred-if-I-tried-calling-a-VI-dynamically-from-an/td-p/1207465 A VI that opens fine in LabVIEW will be broken in your application when subVIs are located in these special folders.

When making a top level VI from scratch and just adding tiny subsets of the functionality, I can get it to build sometimes, and not others, but I still haven't discerned I have tried disabling blocks of the diagram to try to find the offending VI or VIs, but no luck there either. which essentially is to subsequently include SubVIs in a given program flow while name or number of those SubVIs need not be initially defined.
What is going to complcate your like is Once opened clicking on the broken-arrow can deliver nice error detail - even in a run-time environment!

These sub VIs are standard LabVIEW VIs. http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/E1B8CA0B546A803486256A33005AF221 The application currently has 24 classes, 3 levels of OO inheritance, one XControl whose data type is one of the classes and uses the friend scope, lots of VI server calls Open the VI in LabVIEW using File>> Open and verify that it is runnable.VI Path: C: \ Shaikov \ Labwiev \ builds \ NSIAES \ Initialsettings \ Initialsettings.viShow you how to Please note that in order to use NI-CAN functions in an application, you must have NI-CAN installed on the application's target machine.

A VI cannot be part of any currently running VI hierarchy if you want to edit it. news Regards, Martin Garcia Applications Engineer National Instruments Corp. 0 Kudos Message 4 of 8 (2,340 Views) Reply 0 Kudos This widget could not be displayed. If so, try making sure all other VIs are closed before you build - this solved an error that I had that looked similar (I cant remember the exact code). I have no idea where to go with this.

Visit the Request Support page at ni.com/ask to learn more about resolving this problem. moderator1983 Active Participant ‎08-05-2010 11:31 PM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report to a Moderator While developing the software (let Mike... http://ascadys.net/labview-error/labview-error-1003-open-vi-reference.html By the way, do you have the inheritances set correctly?

Please Contact NI for all product and support inquiries. FTP the resultant LLB into the FieldPoint controller. Then make a llb for all dynamic called vis, then save the dynamic called vis out of the llb in a folder.

Unfortunately there are still some 200 VI's involved, so I still don't have a clear idea of what is causing the problem.

In this case the error is somewhat misleading as the VI is executable, but not with the selected option. They are special in the sense that the path of subVIs located there are stored as symbolic path ( e.g. \path\to\sub.vi ) so subVIs are found wherever these libs are located Share this post Link to post Share on other sites GeorgeG 2 More Active Members 2 25 posts Location:Washington, DC Version:LabVIEW 2013 Since:1998 Posted July 9, 2010 MIght not be It saves a lot a VIs that may already be in the app.exe but it is harmless.

This means everything must be in a compiled form the appropriate RT OS can handle.

2) FP2000's have limited memory! I have googled and googled, and this seems to be a common enough problem, but none of the solutions I have found have gotten me any closer to an executable. Select File>>Open to open the VI and then verify that you are able to run it. check my blog Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Daklu 333 Bringing the Fu to you Members 333 1,806 posts Location:Seattle Version:LabVIEW 2009 Since:2006 Posted July 9, 2010 Two

The error message is attached when I click on the broken arror in runtime. Sorry for the confusion. Then for each plug in create a source distribution for it, where you remove diagrams and set other settings. When the VI is opened in an application, all subVIs must be at the symbolic/relative path they are expected or the VI is broken.

I know of no way to get LV to build a exe for a specific target without having t Ben 2005-04-24 15:41:01 UTC PermalinkRaw Message part two fo two

Now to your It is important that the whole hierachy of the VI be accessible and that the executable installer has correctly installed the required resources (serial, math lib, etc.) I usually do that How do you know which DLLs your VIs will need? I think those were there when I was trying the LV 8.x file format option out.

This isn't bad unless the 2 VIs are different some how, the first one loaded will "win", etc just like in the development environment. Rolf Kalbermatter Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Mellroth 64 The 500 club Members 64 600 posts Version:LabVIEW 2013 Since:1995 Posted February 8, 2007 As others Maybe it's a dynamically class created by the build engine? 2. Error 1040: VI is password protected.

So by doing a Source Distribution per plugin you'll get the plug-in VI plus all its dependencies linked into a new hierarchy of your choosing (you can have it all in