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vrf .vxe problem...

Question asked by papineni_vinod on Sep 22, 2005
Latest reply on Sep 22, 2005 by papineni_vinod
Doug,

Often it would be helpful to clear the instrument and/or bus status
with some or a combination of the following in a Direct I/O object:

Execute > Clear
Write > *CLS (for 488.2 compliant instruments)
Write > *RST (for 488.2 compliant instruments)
Execute > Remote

And other specific initialization or status/buffer clear commands for
your instrument.

-Vinod


--- Douglas Rudrow <dbrudrow@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

> Greetings all,
> I don't normally use runtime and .vxe files. I now find that I need
> to. I've written a fairly simple test program which runs fine the
> first time. But, after the program has been run once and completed,
> or stopped in the middle, when I click the "run" button I get a VEE
> error saying that one of my instruments is missing and to use the
> instrument manager to add it.

> BTW - I'm using VEE 6.0 on Windows XP and I saved the i/o
> configuration with the file.
> Any ideas?
> Thanks,
> Doug Rudrow


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