Message 1 of 7. Rolf Kalbermatter Averna BV. The input to the command node is a string. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Message 2 of 7. Update of front-panel indicators is lagging when testing functions in vendor-supplied DLL Solved! So you may have solved your problem but may have introduced another less obvious problem instead if the DLL is not written for that.

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This may take a moment 6a In the drop down box choose “Galil Version x.

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I figured it also cause a few milliseconds of delay like galul wait. Message 1 of 5. You can double click the Call Library Function node and a dialog box will open.

I’ve looked all over the examples and forums and youtube tutorials and I’m just really having a hard time and this particular stage is taking too long. Once again, thank you for your time and attention.

Galio helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Yes I am using serial connection to communicate, Thanks so much for the help, it is greatly appreciated. Message 10 of What I do have working in my favor is that I’m using a single non-rentrant VI as an “action engine” interface to the the DLL so that it will enforce serialization of any and all labfiew to the DLL’s various functions.


I am struggling with which structures should be used. Do they need to run in the UI thread?

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Here is what I see when I run the test: The Linux version libGalil. Message 2 of Well if you can guarantee to call any oabview all DLL functions from within this single non-reentrant Action Engine, then you basically are already protecting the calls to the DLL from reentrant executation. Message 3 of 7. In any case, I need to do some testing.

That is how I usually look at DLLs.

You wil be able to see the different functions and methods that are being called into and what the expected input and return values are. You do not want to rely on the vagaries of galik latency if there is any hint of a safety issue.

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You need to do that. This will sometimes get fixed when I use the show highlight button on the Vi.

The only thing you need to verify then is that you have nowhere inside that action engine two or more Call Library Nodes that can execute at the same time and you should be fully protected even if the DLL is not multithreading safe. Another common error is Ahh Galil motion control. Thank you so much, it does show how much you have worked with the Galil MC. I have a Vi that I am using to control a stepper motor.


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I am not too sure how to go about this. I am trying to use a visa read and it gives me back error “” for some commands. There are only two ways to tell somebody thanks: The two indicators in the red rectangle are there to show the current execution state and it is this pair of indicators which do not remain synchronized with the actual program gslil.

I am not too sure how to go about this In lavbiew thanks for the help, it is greatly appreciated. Now the problem I am having is that the second time through the for loop only one command is being sent which in case should respond “: One thing else that did work was connecting a “probe” to labvie data path on the input side of the conditional frame.