I have a application that runs on a cFP-2120.
Recently I have started to get a "problem": every first time I run the program, either from the pc (on the RT target) or try to compile it to deploy, LV starts looking for a set of objects called "SIM something". When I select "ignore item" for all these objects, the program starts, apparantly normally.
I am interested in knowing the following:
- How do I find out which vi it is that causes this behaviour? In this case I found the suspect vi by systematically removing vi's, but are there any better solutions?
- If these vi's are necessary, why can I run my program at all? I've excersised the code with my new solver vi's - shouldn't it crash if it doesn't find all vi's?. I'm assuming that this search for components put me at risk for unexpected crashes.
- I've only used vi's from LV's palette - is it common that you get only partial packages installed?
- Finally, most importantly: How can I find out what more I need to install?
Thanks in advance.Message Edited by Rodnebb on 02-14-2008 10:29 AM
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