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Let's see, nothing too fancy in the top-level VI, no classes or Mathscript. How to find positive things in a code review? What is the make up of your top-level VI? Share this post Link to post Share on other sites jgcode 319 LabVIEW Renegade Moderators 319 2,397 posts Location:Australia Version:LabVIEW 2009 Posted March 10, 2010 But I have been guilty check over here

Sorry for the confusion. First time was solved by replacing a subVI (which was just updating a cluster) by its code and deleting the subVI. Strangest is that it happened twice. Between this error (1502) and error 6 (file I/O=Path too long), building an executable is getting really difficult. http://digital.ni.com/public.nsf/allkb/705C2ECA081F3C7986256C0F00559B02

Regarding the error 6, I have a pretty good handled on it now and I know what to do to get rid of it (basically target build should be short [ie: mikeporter wrote: Sounds like you have some basic things you need to learn about object-oriented approaches Thanks to everyone that is patiently helping. code is working fine in the development environment     The Vi is included in my labview project.

It's just a feeling I had, maybe this issue is totally disconnected from that... Deploy the new settings. National Instruments is aware of this issue and plan to fix this in the next update.Regards,Prashanth DG3005 2006-06-14 13:10:14 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Hi Russell, I've had the same problem. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites rolfk 360 LabVIEW Aficionado Members 360 2,595 posts Location:Netherlands Version:LabVIEW 2011 Since:1992 Posted March 10, 2010 Well... "Development Environment is

Try unchecking the "Disconnect type definitions and remove unused polymorphic VI instances" options also in the Advanced category of the executable properties (see jpeg attached for print screen)4. For now he has to enable the debugging flag to be able to build an exe. Here are a few questions to consider. http://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Build-Error-1003-The-VI-is-not-executable/td-p/383328 It'sstrange that I didn't have this error when I execute the programdirectly from Labview (without building it)...

Select File>>Open to open the VI and then verify that you are able to run it. He had a test VI that was broken in a disabled diagram structure, so the code would run just fine in development, but the VI was still a dependency. Let's see, nothing too fancy in the top-level VI, no classes or Mathscript. Most likely the VI is broken or one of its subVIs cannot be located.

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 United States MY ACCOUNT I tried a few things I found online including the article you posted...this unfortunately did not solve my problem. I can open the target VI and run it without error. Because of that, the steps 3 and 4 are mandatory in that particular case.

Showing results for  Search instead for  Did you mean:  Reply Topic Options Subscribe to RSS Feed Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this Topic to the Top Bookmark http://softacoustik.com/labview-error/labview-error-6.php This situation can cause Application Builder to return Error 1003. Most likely the VI is broken or one of its subVIs cannot be located. Members 537 2,834 posts Location:Austin, TX Version:LabVIEW 2011 Since:2000 Posted February 25, 2010 I have one of those errors...

Please use this one. When building the test-VI, I get the error.Can somebody help me out?Thanks, Dave ApplicationBuilderTest.zip ‏50 KB 0 Kudos Message 1 of 2 (596 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Re: Build Error 1003: Share this post Link to post Share on other sites george seifert 9 Extremely Active Members 9 399 posts Posted February 24, 2010 Hi, I had the same issue a this content In order to track down the root issue, I would say try to get a set of code that reproduces the problem and submit that to NI support for evaluation.

Dot Net calls, the client PC did not have the framework installed, but all I got was a Vague Error Dirty class (once), I have no idea why but it would The second one was putting a path to labview libraries in the .ini file. You Found It!!!

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He spent several days trying to fix this, without success. He use a lot of classes and he keep getting error 1502 (Cannot save a bad VI without its block diagram.) [Note: Everything run fine in the IDE, nothing broken]. Then try it again and c if it worx. kind regardsDG DG3005 2006-06-21 14:10:15 UTC PermalinkRaw Message the previous time it was solved by deleting all disabled structures, which are new in Share this post Link to post Share on other sites CharlesB 2 Very Active Members 2 59 posts Version:LabVIEW 2011 Since:2003 Posted June 7, 2011 Got it here too.

It's easy! You will need to create a source distribution that includes all dependencies and FTP it to the target. I was wrong about there being warnings in the build. have a peek at these guys Any chance that's your bug?

Regarding the error 6. Move shared variables to the top level VIs and pass the data through the SubVI connectorIf you aren't using the 8.0.1 patch, there are a number of other scenarios that can B Member ‎10-05-2011 11:19 AM Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report to a Moderator Hello, I have found the It shows an example of a "missing" VI.

Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up LabView NXT Programming - Error 1003 up vote 1 down vote favorite I'm using the NXT toolkit addon for LabView 2009 and I am soooo sorry if it warps your self esteem to have someone point that out. asked 5 years ago viewed 1182 times active 5 years ago Related 0Why does this program work in LabView when targeted to computer but not to NXT?0LabVIEW: multiple loops using the This is why dynamic dispatch VIs need to be separate directories: Windows doesn't know about LV classes or libraries.

Sorry I wasn't very clear. Mike... Was the user's destination path for his built very long? Solution: The target VI is likely to becalling sub-VIs and DLLs.

Through some trial and error process I found the issue was with my build properties in the advanced section shown below.  I had to check LabVIEW8.x file layout to I was hoping there is some way to programmatically output the error list on a VI, but so far I have found a way. Most likely the VI is broken or one of its subVIs cannot be located. This really need to get fixed.

Certified Professional InstructorCertified LabVIEW ArchitectLabVIEW Champion"... Very strange.