That error indicates you are trying to open a file and the path you have is not correct. Related Links: LabVIEW 2012 Help: File I/O VIs and Functions Example Program: Create and open a file using a file path that doesn't exist Attachments: Report Date: 04/07/2006 Last Updated: 01/30/2014 Thanks, Brad If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: cpol2014 - 2014-07-17 Hi, I'm having your same problem. Mike Sat, 26 Jun 2004 05:59:01 GMT Page 1 of 1 [ 4 post ] Relevant Pages 1. weblink
It seems like there's some setting that prevents access to certain file extensions or unknown file extensions? *.config files are Application Configuration Files which are treated as system files afaik. If your application has no predictable default behavior, it could be a pain to setup an installer for a system with UAC enabled. I had two USB-GPIB plugged in to a single machine and I think that might have cuased the conflict. If a file is open, Open File.vi will not open it again, If a file is open for reading, Open File.vi will not open it for writing, etc.
Be sure to probe the filename that you are writing to. Delays in network communications could certainly cause such an error to be raised. Please help for "File open problem" 12. Just use index array.In another image, index array is used.
Glad you got it working but having 2 USB-GPIB interfaces is perfectly legitimate. Sign in to follow this Followers 1 Windows 7 keeps causing file permission errors for LabVIEW; any way around it besides shutting down UAC entirely? i even tried by running a simple vi that i instantly wrote but the problem still persists. Then in your program, you can do some special error handling for that particular error.
Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 1 Go To Topic Listing LabVIEW General All Activity Home Software & Hardware Discussions LabVIEW General Windows 7 keeps causing file permission If it's the latter, then the issue is a linking problem, in that the VI had the locations of those VIs saved in a location different from the standard locations. Having searched through the archives here the error usually occurs when LabView cannot find the file. http://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Error-7-File-not-found/td-p/1484510 The problems persisted. The original file extension was ".config." I renamed it to ".txt" just to see what would happen and the file permission errors disappeared.
This usually means you did not download and extract the full contents of the "original" source code (go to the Developer Zone to get it, NOT on ChiefDelphi) into the directory, Running the vi should now bring up a browse window. Cheers, Martijn If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Bradley Dunkin - 2014-07-14 Hello Martijn, thanks for the I figure the latter one to be more like a 'workaround' solution, but you gain access to any file location without setting up all required directories manually.
I dont know for sure but I am saying this on the assumption that once i disconnected one USB-GPIB and restarted the computer it started working fine. https://www.chiefdelphi.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-42810.html Is there still a DLL called h5labview32.dll in vi.lib\addons\h5labview2\lib? Labview Error Code 7 All of the correct data is read fromthe file andis all present. Labview Error Codes When you run test_all it reports the location it expects the DLL to be in - does this match?
Terms Privacy Opt Out Choices Advertise Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News. have a peek at these guys UAC will of course prevent you from editing system files, unless you have full read/write permission. Sign in here. Apparently the generic errors handlers can't tell the difference between a file and a board: LabView "opens" them both as if they were files.
If it doesn't work subsequent times, the file is still open for writing and you are trying to open it again. Is there an error code reference somewhere? United States MY ACCOUNT   INNOVATIONS SHOP SUPPORT COMMUNITY Home Community Home : Most Active Software Boards : LabVIEW : Error 7 occurred at Open File+.vi:Open File LabVIEW Register for the check over here I find an old post which showed similar problem, the poster solved the problem finally, he said"the data file I was reading from a dialogue box was no ported with the
How are you creating the path? dan_u was correct earlier.Message Edited by Darin.K on 03-12-2010 04:04 PM 0 Kudos Message 6 of 11 (4,735 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Re: Error 7 occurred at Open File+.vi:Open File hftuo.xjtu thanks Claudia If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Martijn Jasperse - 2014-07-18 Hi all, Please try v188.8.131.52
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Mike Le 19 Very Active Members 19 166 posts Location:California Version:LabVIEW 2012 Since:2006 Posted October 15, 2013 Where is this Neil ======================================== Please remove the "nt" for legitimate email. Upon further examination though I do not even know how it is getting to the read portion of the steps because the error is occuring the the open step, and once and It's good in a way to create a subfolder ...
There's only one account setup on the virtual machine and it's the admin account. Great. And in the folder permissions, authenticated user are allowed to do everything except 'full access' and 'special rights' <-- these might be spelled differently, as I translate from my German system. http://softacoustik.com/labview-error/labview-error-6.php Why can't I run an executable created in LabVIEW 2009 and later, and how do I fix it?