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  1. I just got the same error, and I don't have a firewall or other blocking software running.

     

    Main Package Name: jki_tool_right_click_framework v1.0.2.208-1

    Package Name with Error: jki_tool_right_click_framework v1.0.2.208-1

    Error Message: VIPM could not install the package jki_tool_right_click_framework-1.0.2.208-1 .

    Error Code: 8

    Error Source: Open/Create/Replace File in ZLIB Read Compressed File__ogtk.vi->ZLIB Get File__ogtk.vi->ZLIB Extract File__ogtk.vi->EED56FA0C4F55E77EEBE36176CE1C33B->7773F18C47B7FC71CA4BAECE7A2EA962->OGPM Class.lvlib:BF046E12330E3D901A9FA815497F26CC->OGPM Class.lvlib:968239FABAFA58D305528EF3DD4CE1AD->1ECB61166404ABCF592B9976749FE772->VIPM Main Window.vi

    C:\ProgramData\JKI\VIPM\cache\jki_tool_right_click_framework-1.0.2.208-1.spec

    ===============


  2. I am my IT department. This is one PC on behind a router.

     

    Other PCs work fine.

     

    The LEAP package was downloaded separately and opened from VIPM, not downloaded through it.

     

    I can get to all the Sourceforge sites and download directly via my browser.

     

    This happens with *every package*, not just OpenG or MGI or JKI. All of them.

     

    I just tried to install your RCF. It downloaded and then did nothing. So I clicked on the package and it gave me the Incompatible message.

     

    So then I restarted and tried again. Since it did not have to download, it opened and began the installation. I was presented with the License agreement. I clicked OK and this returned an error:

     

    Main Package Name: jki_tool_right_click_framework v1.0.2.208-1

    Package Name with Error: jki_tool_right_click_framework v1.0.2.208-1

    Error Message: VIPM could not install the package jki_tool_right_click_framework-1.0.2.208-1 .

    Error Code: 8

    Error Source: Open/Create/Replace File in ZLIB Read Compressed File__ogtk.vi->ZLIB Get File__ogtk.vi->ZLIB Extract File__ogtk.vi->CECD298A8C01713454E8229D444EA5B9->AD5C8264C085DE21572840347977323F->OGPM Class.lvlib:DA634C8935AD308A336B32981281203B->OGPM Class.lvlib:ECA9B1EEBFC60204894E445D02301EEE->AAD7C4B4FB57FDE8AE33932F9B4A3584->VIPM Main Window.vi

    C:\ProgramData\JKI\VIPM\cache\jki_tool_right_click_framework-1.0.2.208-1.spec

    ===============


  3. My network is not blocked, windows Firewall is disabled and I have no problem getting to JKI.net otherwise. The files download, as far as I can tell.

     

    Attached screenshot of the package in the cache + error message

     

    Maybe something else?

     

    2014-02-21_0052.png

     

    Jed,

     

    We have experienced this issue when the source location of the package is blocked on your network. Please check if you can identify the source of the package and get it unblocked by the network admin.


  4. I am receiving this error in the Package Information Dialog after I try and install any packages (VIPM 2013.0.1, build 1905; LV 2013 x32 on Windows 8.1):

     

    "This package is not compatible with your OS or any LV Version installed on your computer"

     

    Some more info:

     

    * I already have several packages installed and working.

    * After restarting VIPM, I can double click a non-installed package, and this error is not present.

    * I then attempt to install ANY package, and the dependencies are loaded and presented.

    * This error pops up after that point.

    * It's then persistent in any Package Information window (even already installed packages) until I restart VIPM

     

    I cannot install any packages.

    2014-02-10_1536.png


  5. Error log attached. That reminded me that I am running eval versions of 8.6 and 2009 on this new machine, until my client's upgrade comes through. So I thought that maybe this had something to do with the Eval screen that pops up, but I had already disabled it.

     

    So after I looked at the logs, I started VIPM (it automatically started as an Admin) and it worked perfectly. So I am not sure what's up.

     

    =========== START of VIPM Error Message ===========

    An internal VIPM Error has occured on: Wednesday February 17, 2010 at 10:38:15 PM

     

    = Automated Message Start =

    Error -600 occurred at Query Registry Key Info.vi

    Possible reason(s):

    LabVIEW: Undetermined Windows registry error.

    = Automated Message End =

     

    = Error Handler Call Chain Start =

    VIPM Main Window.vi->

    6AC4D79455EAE877816D26FA9E5CDFD0.lvlib:VIPM Options Window.vi

    = Error Handler Call Chain End =

    =========== END of VIPM Error Message ===========

     

    =========== START of VIPM Error Message ===========

    An internal VIPM Error has occured on: Wednesday February 17, 2010 at 10:41:40 PM

     

    = Automated Message Start =

    Error 42 occurred at 9157622C13DB5BB79970A5285269953E

    Possible reason(s):

    Could not connect to the LabVIEW Version specified, due to another LabVIEW Version at the specified

    port or path.

     

    Complete call chain:

    9157622C13DB5BB79970A5285269953E

    A319F3C7B737363CC14EDAFAB3308F2B

    VIPM Main Window.vi

    = Automated Message End =

     

    = User Defined Message Start =

    Could not connect to LV.

    = User Defined Message End =

     

    = Error Handler Call Chain Start =

    VIPM Main Window.vi->

    A319F3C7B737363CC14EDAFAB3308F2B

    = Error Handler Call Chain End =

    =========== END of VIPM Error Message ===========


  6. I have installed VIPM on several W7 platforms (both x32 and x64) and not seen this.

     

    The installation appears to go smoothly. When I start it for the first time, a list of packages appears (although I am not sure if it got to the point of downloading the list). If I don't click on a package, things are ok. But as soon as I click on a package, the program becomes unresponsive. Actually, the install/uninstall package buttons at the top appear to be racing through enabled/grayed out, as if the program is racing. I need to kill it via task manager.

     

    I uninstalled, deleted the Program Files folder and the ProgramData folders, and got the same results.

     

    I looked briefly through the forums, but did not see anything. Any ideas?


  7. I just installed VIPM, on Vista.

     

    I got this error...

     

    2009-01-16_1006.png

     

    So I went to that folder and directly ran the installer.exe.

    This brings up the UAC prompt for security, which did not come up when directly running from the VIPM download.

     

    Note: I am using a replacement UAC interface from Norton that is a little better than the MS one- so I don't know if it would have worked without the upgrade.

     

    If I remember correctly during the beta, I needed to run as Admin all the time. That's fine, but you might want to make a note of that directly on the installer window, or check for windows version and pop it up.


  8. Please, try looking in user.lib to see if you see an LLB file (named _YOURPACKAGENAME.llb). Is it there? Does it have any VIs in it? Can you try restarting LabVIEW?

     

    PS - Please... please... don't make me have to start using (and understanding) Vista, Jed :)

     

    Yes, the .llb is there, along with 2 .mnu files.

     

    Attaching the .vip as well as a zip with the installed MNU + llb files.

    zojo_software_lib__zojolib_0.0.0_1.vip

    MNU_files.zip


  9. (This is on Vista, so just tell me to Walk Away if that might be the issue)

     

    After building a simple package and installing, then restarting LV- I can see the new pallet menus under USER.lib, but they are empty. I double checked and the functions are in the pallet editors in the VIPM package builder.

     

    So just to be clear, in the editor I can see my three test functions in two folders ("file" and "Windows"), just as I would expect.

    After installation and application to LV8.5 the pallets are available, but the functions are missing ("file" and "windows" are there, but are empty).


  10. How is it that I TRY and do my homework by searching NI's site for articles about how to deal with Vista, and find just about nothing. So then I post here and Jim responds with a couple links that would have been friggin' helpful when I made my first post?

     

    OK. Glad you are on it. Unfortunately, I need to make this project work within Vista, so maybe VIPM isn't quite appropriate right now...


  11. Hi guys, sorry to join the party so late...

     

    I haven't taken a lot of time to scroll through the other forum postings on VIPM2.0, but I am using it on a new Vista installation. I am paying close attention to the new Vista folder virtualization, in which a program running as not-administrator is not actually allowed to write to the Program Files (and other) directories. In order to maintain backward compatibility, Vista essentially creates parallel folder within the User's AppData directory...

    C:\Users\jed\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\JKI\VI Package Manager

    (Contains)

    databases (folder)

    VI Package Manager.ini

     

    When attempting to write to a file in the actual PF store, Vista will create a parallel version with appropriate permissions within the user's store. When a file is read from the PF location, Vista first looks within the User's virtual folder for their own version. If it does not exists, Vista will read the one in PF. If they both exist, the User's file supercedes (I think).

     

    This can cause trouble if the file is meant to be accessed in Program Files by multiple users.

     

    I *believe* the new and correct way to handle this is to neevr attempt to write to anything within Program Files, but to use either the User's AppData folder (%APPDATA%) or the Common AppData (%ProgramData%=C:\ProgramData on vista, but under the All Users folder in XP. I think. Don't quote me.) folder.

     

    I also think I read that MS will not include this on the next version of windows (good luck!), forcing all apps to be written "correctly".

     

    Not sure if this needs to be in VIPM 2.0, but thought I would throw it out there.


  12. I am again working with a google API structure, which they provide using single quotes:

     

    Easy XML handles this...

     

    This just parses out three blanks, with no error...

     

    Now, it may be true that when running the API the text is provided with double quotes (I haven't had a chance to check) but Google is providing the example in their documentation with single quotes.

    Ex: http://code.google.com/apis/contacts/devel...html#Retrieving

     

    Anyone know the spec?

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