Jump to content


JKI Team
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


Everything posted by Ashish

  1. Jürgen, Have you found a solution yet? I can see from the screenshot that you are using LabVIEW 2014. Is it a 32 bit or 64 bit? Also what is the OS type and bitness? Anything special about this PC that you would like to share with us to help resolve the issue?
  2. Hi, Thanks for summarizing your experience. You can see how to configure the firewall and add VIPM to the exception list. Let me know how it goes.
  3. Can you try to install with "Run As Administrator" privileges (right mouse click option)?
  4. Did you select the correct OS bit version while building the package? https://di0skkm50b972.cloudfront.net/files/54112a85b1fa09d470000001/1c64e7ec8a8f3a625208342f47fae2b2ac79af06-e40e8e634e82fcec551598ed164aae3b7d75cd0e/vipb.png
  5. Philip, What version of VIPM are you using? Also, see of this article helps: http://support.jki.net/entries/21234937-VIPM-installation-error-on-Mac-OSX-10-7-
  6. The information provided in the article has always worked for the users experiencing the issue with VIPM not connecting to LabVIEW. Not sure whys is it not working for you.
  7. Hi, Have you tried to "Run As Administrator" using right mouse click option?
  8. Peter, Thanks for documenting your observations and the fix. I will pass on the information to the team for consideration.
  9. Jürgen, Have you referred to this article: http://support.jki.net/entries/21447601-Resolving-issues-with-VIPM-connecting-to-LabVIEW
  10. Gavin, Thanks for this piece of information. We had one user having issues after he began using SSD. He was using "Directory Junction". Are you?
  11. Thanks for the updates and recording the details of your observations. It will help us and others experiencing similar behavior.
  12. You can try that. For dedicated support, I will recommend to send email to support@jki.net.
  13. You might want to try to exclude the dependencies from compiling in VI Package Builder. http://screencast.com/t/ea0cGFVZEk
  14. Nelson, You will have to uninstall VIPM using the VIPM uninstall and then delete the following folders manually: C:\ProgramData\JKI\VIPM, C:\Program Files (x86)\JKI\VI Package Manager. Then re-install VIPM. If that does not help, please send the screenshot of the error message. What OS, LabVIEW and VIPM version are you using? Please try using Administrator privileges.
  15. sshiraishi, Can you send a sample XML file and your VI that can reproduce the behavior? You can send it on "support@jki.net".
  16. Priyadarshini, So, essentially you want to "update" the existing VIPC file instead of creating a new one from scratch. As per this article, the "Update VIPC" function is not yet available. http://support.jki.net/entries/21395113-VIPM-API
  17. Brian, Thanks for recording your observations. It will indeed help us and others.
  18. Scott, Thanks for detailed description of the problem. We have recorded the issue as Case 16350 for internal tracking and debugging to identify and fix the problem.
  19. James, Glad to know that you figured it out.
  20. Gavin, Your problem description is really never experienced by us. Especially when you mention that several attempts are needed installing a package. Have you experienced this on same PC? Have you tried using VIPM on other PC?
  21. I was not able to reproduce the error. I tried to create a simple Post Build VI that launches a dialog. I tried with VIPM 2014 Build 1944. Here is link to the latest VIPM Labs build that you can try: http://support.jki.net/entries/24071293-VIPM-Labs
  22. Priyadarshini, I was not able to reproduce the behavior. Are you running latest and greatest VIPM? If not, please try the latest VIPM (jki.net/vipm).
  23. Olivier, Yes. Please send us an email at support@jki.net to debug this.
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.