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    I installed VIPM (2014 because that's the latest build for Mac) on MacOS. It's showing plenty of packages such as ones from NI, MGI, etc... But oddly, no JKI packages. So I can't find VI tester in the list. Any idea what could be causing that?
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    On my MacOS machine, VIPM can't find JKI VI Tester and all of the weblinks are vipm:// links and don't seem to work on MacOS. Is there a plan old download link for vi tester .vip file?
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    I understand cleaning up references is generally a good thing, but is there a reason the JKI State Machine attempts to close the This VI reference of a VI that is in memory? This in my mind is basically a no-op and can be removed because the close can't remove the VI from memory since that is the VI that is running. Which brings me to question why we even get a copy of the This VI reference and put it in the shift register. If you have a property or invoke node set to the VI Server class "VI" then you can leave the reference unwired and it assumes "This VI", which is actually seen in the "Initialize Core Data" case. Is there a good reason to keep a copy of This VI in the cluster? And if so is there a good reason to have a Close Reference in cleanup?
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    I have a colleague that is interested in learning LabVIEW and I want to get him started on the JKI SM (and SMOs) right out of the gate. Are there any ready-made presentations that demonstrate the common pitfalls facing a new developer, and how the JKI SM handles them? Thank you, Jim
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    Hello, I've been trying to implement an application using the state machine template. Using Javier Ruiz's excellent webinar as a guide, I configured the template using a 9022 RT with a 9116 chassis. The FPGA code runs well but I get this message when executing the RT: Error 53 occurred at Property Node (arg 1) in RT Main.vi Possible reason(s): LabVIEW: Manager call not supported. I am using LV 2014sp1. I've tried this using the 9024 RT and a sbRIO9641 - both issue the same error. Any ideas as to my (obvious) incompetence? Thanks!
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    Hello Javier, Ah yes, that solved my problem. You are a giant among LabVIEW developers! Thank you so much. Regards, Kurt
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