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Download and Install VI Tester from JKI Labs

Note: The full-featured version of the JKI VI Tester is licensed under the JKI Toolkits Evaluation License.

 

To download and install VI Tester, you will need VIPM (VI Package Manager), which is made freely available by JKI. If you don't already have VIPM installed, you can get it from our website, here.

 

Also, make sure to check the System Requirements for VI Tester.

 

Installing VI Tester takes less than a minute. Here are the steps:

  1. Update Your Package List
  2. Install VI Tester
  3. Restart LabVIEW

1) Update Your Package List

From VIPM's toolbar, press the Check the Network for Available Packages button. VIPM will connect to the Internet and obtain an updated list of all the available packages.

 

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After VIPM completes this operation, you may see a dialog stating that there were new packages found and asking you if you want to install them. Press the no/cancel button and proceed to the next step.

 

2) Install VI Tester

Find the jki_labs_tool_vi_tester package in the package list (hint: type "tester" into the quick search text box to find the VI Tester package). Right-click on it and select the Install right-click menu option, as shown below:

 

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VIPM may ask you if you wish to install other dependency packages, in addition to jki_labs_tool_vi_tester. Make sure that all the dependency packages remain selected and press OK, as shown below.

 

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VIPM will download all required packages and begin the installation process.

 

During the installation process, VIPM will present you with a license agreement dialog (shown below) for VI Tester software. If you agree to the terms of the license agreement, press the "Yes" button to proceed with the installation process.

 

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3) Restart LabVIEW

After the installation process completes, restart LabVIEW. You are now ready to start using VI Tester.

 

What Next? Read the VI Tester Getting Started Guide, of course :huh:

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