labview >> ??? ??? cRIO write to measurement file

by carsale » Thu, 01 May 2008 19:40:09 GMT

Thanks very much. I knew how to save a file in cRIO. what I want is to save a data file to my computer rathan than in cRIO because the file is huge. anyway thanks once again.

labview >> ??? ??? cRIO write to measurement file

by Van_L » Sat, 03 May 2008 03:10:05 GMT


One approach is to use the FTP palette to get the file from the cRIO.If the file is too large, you can try to save in multiple files and ftp them over to your host PCFTP palette can be found on the function's palette>>connectivity>>Internet>>FTPAnd this can all be done programmatically, as compared to the suggestion I made before, which is manually FTPing files over to your PCMessage Edited by Van_L on 05-02-2008 01:41 PM

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I looked at your program and it seems that you just need to set up your path correctly. It looks as though you are trying to save the file to a host PC (not the RT) unit. This cannot be done by simply addressing C:\..\.. You must think of the RT unit as a computer in and of itself. Therefore, to save a file on a host machine would require a network address. Something like <a href="file://\\ComputerName\SharedFolder" target="_blank">\\ComputerName\SharedFolder</a>. If you simply put C:\testdata.lvm it will save locally to the RT unit which you could access by FTP to the module.  
 
Trying formulating the path in such a way that it addresses the destination like a network path. 
 
Sincerely, 
Rick Kuhlman
National Instruments Applications Engineer

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