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Stian

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  1. Thanks Jim - that was as smooth as tail winds through Oslofjord . (Bugs me that I didn't think of it myself after 6 months turbulent partnership with Vista. It's kinda symptomatic when you enter new software grounds (LabVIEW in my case) - you leave all the thinking to others !) - Stian
  2. Hi, I followed the instruction to simply execute/doubleclick the ogp package file to install the current commercial license. This launched VIPM, which subsequently failed to install the upgrade. The error message indicates that there is a problem uninstalling the free version I already have installed. A manual attempt at uninstalling the free version returns the same error. Same thing if I try "Upgrade..." or "Install Other > jki_lib_easyxml-1.0-2" from the popup menu in VIPM. How can I manually get rid of the free version (if that will indeed solve the problem and allow direct installation of the upgrade...)? Thanks, - Stian
  3. Thanks Jim, I have just purchased a license and would greatly appreciate access to a fix to the problem as you mentioned - whenever ready . PS. I like the approach you have taken with EasyXML, and hope future versions will - in case of parsing problems - provide a better indication of where/at which cluster element a problem occurs . - Stian
  4. Hi, Thanks for accepting me as a new member of the forum! I have very limited experience with LabVIEW and have only played with an eval copy of EasyXML for a couple of days so apologies if I am missing out on something essential: The easiest way to verify my problem with timestamps in cluster arrays is to modify the "Write and Read XML File.vi" example by inserting a standard timestamp control into the Song cluster which defines the element type of the Song array in the "Playlist to write" cluster - and modifying the "Playlist read" cluster accordingly with a matching timestamp indicator. The writing to file operation completes successfully with the timestamp correctly written to the file, but the subsequent read fails with an "Error 1" message ("Unexpected Datatype <Waveform>..."). If the timestamp control/indicator pair is moved out of the cluster array element and placed alongside (as a sibling to) the #attributes cluster and the Name string, both write and read operations complete successfully. Thanks, - Stian
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