by chrisge » Thu, 13 Sep 2007 17:40:07 hi there ok, this is not really a LabVIEW question: i'm about to create a .NET assembly which will be accessed But, when I selected the AccessMode Object under GMap.NET, error 1172 no longer occurs. Why do I get an error 1000 when using vi server with invoke nodes? 7. [MSH] COM Object with indexed property collection - get errors setting property value? 8. Answered Your Question? 1 2 3 4 5 Document needs work? this content
Generated Wed, 30 Nov 2016 23:36:26 GMT by s_wx1195 (squid/3.5.20) For more trouble-shooting steps for using an assembly from a network drive, please see KnowledgeBase 3C8J8HPC. In LabVIEW 8.2.1, that error is not thrown but after you run your application, restart LabVIEW, a internal error occurs. The static method is supposed to give me an instance of the object. http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/B15CE9F2715434C386256D3500601878
The error can be eliminated by delete visible property node of UserContol1 in dotnetSubPanel.vi. Updating Front Panel - Property Node vs. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites jaehov 0 Active Members 0 12 posts Posted February 2, 2007 Jeff Problem Solved! .....No more Error 1172 !!! For more information, please seeLabVIEW 2013 Help: Requirements for Using .NET Assemblies in LabVIEW InLabVIEW 7.x, only information displayed was that a .NET Exception occurred.
JonathanN seems to be the .net expert here and maybe he can provide more detail.Here are just a couple work arounds I could come up with.- Put out a callback event Labview needs to be run as administrator. 0 Kudos Message 4 of 12 (2,187 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Re: .net error 1172 søren_hallberg… Member 11-15-2013 04:08 PM Options Mark as New If you are still having issues after reading through that post and thinking about my questions, please post a small example of the issue. Yes, the error is occurring in the constructor.
Also, I am not sure what you mean by framework. Norbert Norbert----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------CEO: What exactly is stopping us from doing this?Expert: GeometryMarketing Manager: Just ignore it. 0 Kudos Message 2 of 12 (2,266 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Re: .net error 1172 Jump to content Calling External Code Existing user? https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/net-error-1172/td-p/2475016 Your cache administrator is webmaster.
Here is a good description of it : http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/B15CE9F2715434C386256D3500601878and here is an example of what may cause the 1172 error: http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/0C5833C1B73EE385862572CB0025EAC9 But, below is an example of the error by Stradi » Thu, 13 Sep 2007 22:10:05 I read a posting the other day (they muddle together eventually) about the information that labview captures when there is an error in can i create a property node of a property node? 11. I'm only looking at it because no one I have spoken to in manufacturing knows anything about invoking a COM object in a VI.
My question is: 1) Is there a better way of referencing the dll in my VI other than using a Constructor (...then getting the properties?) or am I doing this correctly https://lavag.org/topic/4696-error-1172-when-running-net-dll-in-lv8/ I could see all the properties, but when I ran the VI, I got Error 1172(see the attachment)My 2nd idea was to use a Constructor (for the object I wanted), then I will set up a project which following your suggestion to check the concept works. That includes exceptions you throw.
I tried out your scenario of dynamically calling the VI that contained the .NET control and my VI's ran fine. news Now this seems to work with no error. I have the same issue you explained with the latest "GMap.NET" library (V1.7.0) 0 Kudos Message 7 of 12 (1,709 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Re: .net error 1172 (Use GMap.net to Now this seems to work with no error.My question is:1) Is there a better way of referencing the dll in my VI other than using a Constructor (...then getting the properties?)
See if the constructor fixes your problem. Parameter name: key) in RPSTestLibrary.vi" Can you show us any of the code that you're using? (at least a screenshot?) One thing that I forgot to include in my post yesterday at this point for me the best way is a 'get error method' like stradis suggested. http://ascadys.net/labview-error/labview-error-1172.html However, as I said, it's been some time since the last time I tested this and I only did the LabVIEW side of the code.
Solution: Any exception thrown when calling a .NET object property or method is converted into LabVIEW error 1172. Not the answer you're looking for? That might obviate the need for a DLL altogether.
Please try the request again. Showing results for Search instead for Did you mean: Reply Topic Options Start Document Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the I am not trying to use an embedded browser or create a static http link to google maps, this has been done before and usefull VIs for this purpose already exist, LabVIEW Application Builder should automatically save assemblies that are not registered in the GAC to the data subdirectory.
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The methods is just a Hello World method that returns a string. But just out of curiosity, what did you mean by access "static" methods or properties? Top How to pass .NET/COM errors to the error out - terminal of a property/invoke node? Scott palitra constructor error.png 85 KB 0 Kudos Message 3 of 12 (2,230 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Solution Accepted by topic author psuedo 08-27-2015 06:09 PM Re: .net error 1172 psuedo
I could see all the properties, but when I ran the VI, I got Error 1172 (see the attachment) My 2nd idea was to use a Constructor (for the object I Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 0 Go To Topic Listing Calling External Code All Activity Home Software & Hardware Discussions LabVIEW (By Category) Calling External Code Error I have searched all knowledge base that mentioned copying control DLL to the same directory where all VI resident. If building an application, make sure to include the assembly in the build.
Does the assembly read/write from/to the registry? What version of .NET are you using? If so, where are they located relative to the VI?If you were previously using LabVIEW 7 and are trying to following the same assembly location rules, you might want to check