Stand-alone application generates error with function 'Ramp Pattern' (bug in application builder?)

Stand-alone application generates error with function 'Ramp Pattern' (bug in application builder?)

Post by mikeporte » Thu, 02 Aug 2007 01:40:08


The error means that the subVI is not executable. There can be many reasons for this and (I believe) one bug related to it. Do a search in the forum for "error 1003" you will find lots of things to verify.
 
Mike...
 
 
 

Stand-alone application generates error with function 'Ramp Pattern' (bug in application builder?)

Post by Sima » Thu, 02 Aug 2007 06:10:06

What version of LV are you using?
Edit:
Nevermind, I see you're using 8.2. Here are a few things to try for error 1003 (from a previous post):
- Uncheck "Disconnect type definitions and remove unused polymorphic VI instances" in the Advanced section of the builder.- Remove front panels from sub VIs that use shared variables- Check "Enable debugging" in Advanced.
Of course, try one at a time and see which one works, if any.
 Message Edited by Sima on 07-31-2007 03:53 PM

 
 
 

Stand-alone application generates error with function 'Ramp Pattern' (bug in application builder?)

Post by Sima » Thu, 02 Aug 2007 23:40:08

Is the llb included as a support file?
Try a forced recompile? mass compile?
Have you tried deleting the build and starting from scratch? :smileysurprised:
Here's some more: <a href=" http://www.yqcomputer.com/ " target="_blank">Error 1003 Occurs When Trying to Create an Executable</a>
 
 
 

Stand-alone application generates error with function 'Ramp Pattern' (bug in application builder?)

Post by Sima » Thu, 09 Aug 2007 01:10:07

Hi chelydra, any news on your problem? Could you please clarify what you meant by "Although I should mention that in my case I do not receive the error message upon building the stand-alone version (which executes normally), and not upon running the applicaton but only when the main.vi actually runs the sub-VI."
I'm running 8.0.1 at this computer so I haven't been able to open your VI.