When certain features don't work - (as they would on a standard system) - it's hard to tell if it's a problem or by FRC design. All rights reserved. Cart|Help KnowledgeBase Request Supportfrom an engineer NIHome > Support > KnowledgeBase EnglishKoreanChinese(China)SpanishChinese(Taiwan) 15 rating: 1.93 out of 5   Error -63040 When Thank you Joe. event case but what happens if they shutdown the application while the dialogue is open? (Answer: your dialogue will continue to run until *its* panel is closed) I normally pass a weblink
All rights reserved. | United States MY ACCOUNT   INNOVATIONS SHOP SUPPORT COMMUNITY Home Community Home : Most Active Software Boards : LabVIEW : Error Code -63040 in LabVIEW FPGA LabVIEW Find all posts by Mark McLeod Find CD-Media Photos by Mark McLeod Find CD-Media Papers by Mark McLeod #7 05-01-2010, 02:58 PM davidc10 Registered User FRC #0423 Use of wires is better. When you connect to your cRIO thru MAX do you get the error too - or is it only me? you could try here
But I will do the user event method, it sound more sophisticated Yep, I think the "bug" is in the MGI. I belive we intend to make it work for next year. But I don't know why it does not find any data since the fpga acquires normally a lot faster.
It was decided that there should be more available to the team code and libraries they might use. Please tell us why. Theoretically this should merely slow the particle down wherever it goes. However, when I do this, the program shortly fails because the acceleration reaches infinity.
This is NEVER UTF-8 (Windows doesn't support UTF-8 as user MBCS) but one of the standard ANSII code pages such as Windows 1253 etc. Labview Fpga Error "-61017" When certain features don't work - (as they would on a standard system) - it's hard to tell if it's a problem or by FRC design. We had this installed and enabled on the controller during beta, but it was removed due to the resources it consumed. https://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Error-Code-63040-in-LabVIEW-FPGA/td-p/2309180 I tried to find the NI-RIO FCF driver, but it doesn´t exist (or couldn't find it).
Contact us about this article JKSH wrote: I simply asked for "Unflatten to JSON" to take a native LabVIEW string (of UTF-8 encoding) and output an array of native LabVIEW strings (of KathieK General Forum 25 01-08-2009 01:16 AM I have questions! I do not understand very well if you want to change your Python program to a LabVIEW program that uses Web Services or if you are looking into hardware that can It's a simple code.
Can you actually attach your code (the .lvproj file and all VIs in a zip archive)? Hmm, me neither sure what is going on But I already used the "This VI" constant, and the error was the same. Labview Fpga Error Codes The problem occurs most often when I use FIFOs in my VI but I cannot confirm that this is the only reason. You might be able to find information on the following links: http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/DF41D5DA8EEB4840862577D90058C208 http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/371361K-01/lvhowto/security_ws/ http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/help/371361H-01/lvhowto/build_web_service/ If you require hardware, my recommendation is to look into www.ni.com/products.
They are not really local variables in the sense that term is used in text-based programming languages. have a peek at these guys If this is by design also, (NI FRC support couldn't tell me at the time), it would be helpful to have documentation about it so as not to waste time trying The VI Reference coming out of the ACBR node depends on the method used to open the VI reference - it can either be a reference to the original VI (as Related Links: KnowledgeBase 429H47J8: Why Does My Networked Device Not Show Up In Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX)?
Xilinx compilation was sucessful, but after executing the VI, the following error code is displayed: Error Code: -63040 NI-RIO:FFFF09C0 NI support suggested that I re-install the newest version of NI-RIO, especially First, make sure that your CompactRIO target can be discovered in NI MAX. The error message indicates that the device may not be accessible over the network, or thatthe NI RIO server may not be running or properly configured. check over here That option is primarily for testing small segments of code which will not be inside a loop.
When I connect to our cRIO using MAX, the NI-RIO connection shows an error (-60040). Quote: Originally Posted by davidc10 Thank you for checking. Anyway, I try again, maybe I cannot remember - I also suspect an issue around closing the VI reference after the ACBR node and having a non-reentrant VI but I
It has happened when I have updated crio driver. However, it is possible to determine if theNI RIOserver is running and properly configured by checking for Error -63040 after executing an Open FPGA VI Reference node. I will post back. (i hope using bold is OK0 0 02/17/15--06:58: Re: opc connection error 'no registry access' -2147483643 Contact us about this article Thanks I cant use my cRio.
Please let me know if I misunderstood your question. Luis C. The connection is refused on the cRIO side. Also, this KnowledgeBase article may be helpful in narrowing down the issue: http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/83DF7B9245541FC8862573A100597696?OpenDocument Daniel K | NI Applications Engineer | Certified LabVIEW Developer 0 Kudos Message 2 of 2 (138 Views) this content Solution: NI RIO Error -63040 is a general communications error that statesa connection could not be established to the specified remote device.
As the first point, I will only close this ref when I quit the MAIN application. Thanks for the suggestions! You could create a byte stream sequence that contains UTF-8 encoded characters but when you convert/cast it into a LabVIEW string LabVIEW will interpret it as a string in the current c-squared_2006 Off-Season Events 2 04-07-2005 03:10 PM Do we have to use 3D studio max? Is this by NI design or am I missing something?