Labview Error 1003
Once opened clicking on the broken-arrow can deliver nice error detail - even in a run-time environment! see KnowledgeBase 18RDJ60O : Why Does My Executable Not Work When Using the Current VI's Path Constant? ) Related Links: KnowledgeBase 2O79IHUV: Error 1003 Occurs When Trying to Create an ExecutableKnowledgeBase Shouldn't that take care of including anything it would need? I guess the question is; could that main application EXE link to the module code in the plug in EXEs? Check This Out
I guess in the subVIs. This option is not selected by default. (When using relative pathswith theCurrent VI's Path Constant and after re-building thestand-alone executable with the LabVIEW 8.x file layout property checked, you might need Surely there is a better way... I built an executable in another project that uses similar DAQ calls. http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/705C2ECA081F3C7986256C0F00559B02
Labview Error 1003 Open Vi Reference
Anyone from NI care to chime in on this one? (pleeeeeeeeease?) Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Irene_he 5 Extremely Active Members 5 434 posts Location:Ontario, 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 LabVIEW This can be done on by creating new destinations on the Destination Page and checking whether or not the destination is a .llb. I guess (I am not NI, so guessing) you got error message because your dynamic called vis are broken because couldn't find some subvis.
My Profile | RSS | Privacy | Legal | Contact NI © 2014 National Instruments Corporation. I wonder if that means that there's some sort of flag in the VI that determines if it's been "built" or not... Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? Can you post one of the dynamically called VIs that is broken when called in the exe?
Tim 0 Kudos Message 1 of 22 (1,562 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Re: Error 1003 when dynamically calling VI within an executable crossrulz Knight of NI 09-08-2014 04:38 PM Options Mark Finally, when the subVI is not found, the search paths specified in the search path list (in the options) are searched (the seaurch path can be stored in the app ini Now since I loaded Service Pack 1 I'm getting an error when I build an executable that says this: The VI is broken. http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/BF00F6AA70B88C8D86256F27005257F5 Searching on 'dynamic executable' and finding your post got me past a roadblock.
Since the process might duplicate subVIs (both in application and plugin llb) now when the application opens the plugin VI where the subVIs be loaded from? There are a few others that don't. Register a new account Sign in Already have an account? This does not happen outside of the build process, thus no broken VI arrow appears in the development environment.To remove this error try either:1) Rebuild the PPL and under the Advanced
Runtime Error 1004
First the memory is looked for a VI with the same name. http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/9AF0C2DB614B75F686257F6500694837 could I develop a main EXE in LV 8.2 and write a plugin LLB in LV 7, 7.1, or 8.0.1? Labview Error 1003 Open Vi Reference Again, reporting this information also helps with tracking down the problem. So part of the problem may actually be the amount of error information that is already there and that makes identifying areas that can be improved a bit hard.
They said the issue was that during the build process it looks at all the VIs that are dependencies and determines if the code is broken. his comment is here In the past, for me, these issues have been caused by e.g. Method B would be if you wanted a dynamic set of plug-ins and plan on adding them without updating the exe. Primary Software: LabVIEW Development Systems>>LabVIEW Full Development System Primary Software Version: 7.1.1 Primary Software Fixed Version: N/A Secondary Software: N/A Problem: My LabVIEW application uses VI Server to call and run
Thanks! Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Aristos Queue 538 LV R&D: I write C++/# so you don't have to. Poor|Excellent Yes No Document Quality? this contact form When I expand the error it references Error 1003 occurred at C:\...\AB_TargetFile.lvclass:Open_TopLevel_VIs.vi Figure 1: Error code Why am I seeing this error?
Poor|Excellent Yes No Document Quality? So I was asking this to see if it could be the cause, but apparently not. This particular error aside, a nice tool for debugging dynamic-call errors is to open the front panel of the [broken] callee (using Open VI reference and FP.Open).
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I am having similar problems building an exe from a project that uses many GOOP4 classes. too bad that CLA courses do not teach how to solve problem. That was LV 7.1 and probably the first XP released. I'm not doing anything funny with VIs like dynamic launching or subpanels.
It's easy! I remember going down this path as well. Also what is %s type information in labview because that might help me find the error? navigate here The dynamically called sub compiles just fine in the dev environment.
You can reverse the change right away and then save your system definition. Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Twitter Sign in with LinkedIn Sign Up All Content All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced The good thing about doing this through App Builder is your VIs will get relinked for you even though they aren't all in the .exe file. 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
My Profile | RSS | Privacy | Legal | Contact NI © 2014 National Instruments Corporation. All rights reserved. | United States MY ACCOUNT   INNOVATIONS SHOP SUPPORT COMMUNITY Home Community Home : Discussion Forums : Most Active Software Boards : LabVIEW : error 1003 when building Does anyone has any other/better ways? Was the user's destination path for his built very long?
However, that, in many cases, is the whole point of using classes. If they were absolute, you wouldn't be able to move a project directory without breaking all links to subVIs. Error 1003 can occur if any subVI is not executable. Sign in here.
Why would it work there and not in an executable? Poor|Excellent Yes No Document Quality? But I have been guilty myself sometimes to not create to meaningful error messages when developing a new component, but instead use a catch everything single message, of course with the If you can give more details on how you proceed maybe we might find the source of the problem...
Chris Share this post Link to post Share on other sites crelf 274 I'm a LAVA, not a fighter. However, everything within the project is already under "always included" section within the build. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites rolfk 369 LabVIEW Aficionado Members 369 2,613 posts Location:Netherlands Version:LabVIEW 2011 Since:1992 Posted March 10, 2010 Well... "Development Environment is This is a known issue with LabVIEW 2011.
Between this error (1502) and error 6 (file I/O=Path too long), building an executable is getting really difficult.
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