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  1. I was able to resolve the problem by disabling Disconnect Type Definitions. I no longer have the clear the object cache each time ... hope this helps someone else.
  2. Hello, I spent a day remove code modules from my broken application and adding functionality to a working build. No luck (after removing file/display/math VIs). I mass compiled vi.lib and my application. No luck. BUT I finally found out how to successfully build the application ... consistently. What I do is before every build I clear the compiled object cache. The first build after this clear always works. If I don't (clear the cache) the resulting executable is broken ... again with no builder errors. Clearing Any ideas? I have a workaround, but this may come back to haunt me ... are there any utilities that can give me visibility into the final application build? Thanks
  3. Hello, I'm using a full version of jki_lib_easyxml version 2.0-2. The project is including all of the .vis and project is very large (52M), is there something specific that would help? If I provide the built application with debugging enabled, would that be helpful (although it crashes for me). I can also provide the (most recent) mass compile logs. Rich
  4. For the last two days, I've been working through a problem wherein my project build .exe had somehow broken (the build had been working, but I made a number of changes around files/internet access/xml). I didn't see any problems running in the debugger, but when I built the application, I received a series of "The VI is not executable errors and a broken start button. I've been in discussions with National Instruments concerning possible sources and was successively localizing the offending vis (this is a pretty big application) (including their own known bug workarounds ... no luck). Bottom Line: If I build with your EasyXML (Generate and Parse), the final executable is broken. I can't perform a debug of the .exe (it crashes) and really have no visibility into the issues. If I conditionally disable the calls, then the application builds and runs. Again, no problems in the debugger. I am using LabVIEW Professional 2011 SP1 on Windows 7. Any ideas?
  5. Actually the problem was that I was sending an ARRAY of clusters, not the actual cluster. I wrapped the array in another cluster and the problem was solved. The naming vi made this clear. Thanks for the help.
  6. Hello, I reviewed the postings and didn't see one that addresses my specific problem. What happens is that when I write out my cluster, it is parented by an unnamed_cluster designation: <?xml version="1.0" standalone="no"?> <unnamed_cluster> <Project> <Project_Name>I40Greensborobridge</Project_Name> <Project_Number_DOT>406314-3-52-01</Project_Number_DOT> <State>NC</State> <Project_Description>Bridge Widening</Project_Description> <Locations> <Structure>93811</Structure> <Description/> <Location>0.0,0.0,</Location> <Sub-Structure> <Type>Bent</Type> <Identifier>B2</Identifier> </Sub-Structure> </Locations> </Project> <Project> <Project_Name>I75OverCowPenSloughNB</Project_Name> <Project_Number_DOT>406314-3-52-01</Project_Number_DOT> <State>FL</State> <Project_Description>Bridge Widening</Project_Description> <Locations> <Structure>3285733</Structure> <Description/> <Location>0.0,0.0</Location> <Sub-Structure> <Type>Bent</Type> <Identifier>5</Identifier> </Sub-Structure> </Locations> </Project> </unnamed_cluster> How do I configure this to eliminate? I've attached the XML file I'm using that generates this problem LV 2011. Thanks.
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