Update Error with LabVIEW 2009

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1 Oct 2009
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Dear all,
I am using LabView 2009 along with Vista and I have downloaded the cleverscope library for LabView8.5. The cleverscope FW version is v6439 HW v3.6 SW 4,639.
The sample programs (like simple scope etc.) and also my first program work just fine. However, after loading the vis from Cscope control driver.llb LabVIEW obviously updates them from version 8.5 to 9.0 (eg. 2009). And when I try to save the changed vis back to the library I get the error message:

LabVIEW: File already open.

Cannot save LLB ""Cscope control driver.llb"".
LabVIW Save error code 44: Could not move temporary filte to destination.

I tried to make a copy of the llb and save the temporary files there, but after I close and reopen the project the same problem appears with this copy. And instead of discarding the changes, Labview creates a temporary llb to store the updated vis thus incorporating an enormous number of reference conflicts.
I don't think that it is a Vista issue, though, because I have full access and can save all sorts of other vis and llbs in the same directory without problems or even ""security hints"".

I could not find anything about this issue neither in this forum nor at ni.com. But I was wondering: is this a known issue everytime there is a LabVIEW update? Do I have to wait until cleverscope releases a 2009 version of its llb?

regards

Matthias

2 Oct 2009
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Hello Matthias,
The issue is that we have a dynamic DLL - Cscope Control Driver Runtime.vi. What you need to do is make a copy of the llb, and then open both Cscope Control Driver.vi and Cscope Control Driver Runtime.vi (which will force load all the dependent vi's). Next do a 'Save All', and this will update the entire llb to Labview 2009.

Good luck!

2 Oct 2009
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Hello Bart,

thanks for the quick reply. Problem solved!

cheers
Matthias

2 Oct 2009
Posts: 399

Excellent. Well done.
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