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AW: vrf Instrument manager configuration issues.

Question asked by detlef.baranski on Mar 29, 2005
Latest reply on Mar 29, 2005 by detlef.baranski
Hello there,
one old thing is to use an editor and to change these things via search and
replace in the vee files. YOu know that the .vee files are just text
files....
Other thing is to delete  or rename the file where the "iopref" ? is saved.
When you restart your vee, it asked for the instruments to be named and
orded.
Or delete the instruments in your io-manager  and put it in again.

Sorry, can not give you any guarantee, as i do remember this from my brain
;-)

Hopefully someone else may give you 100 % proven answer...


detlef


-----Ursprngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Chris Rodgers [mailto:chris.rodgers@senecac.on.ca]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 29. Mrz 2005 22:25
An: VRF
Betreff: Re: [vrf] Instrument manager configuration issues.


Dave,

I have run into the same problem. I assumed it was because when cut &
pasting Direct I/O, the I/O configuration doesn't follow, and in fact forces
the pasted direct I/O box into it's current configuration.

So what I did was form a basic I/O base program with all possible direct I/O
box configurations, and then copied & pasted other programs into this,
making he necessary conections after. This is very inefficient and annoying,
but I couldn' t find another way to do this. Furthermore, when I copied and
pasted the program into my I/O base, the panel view of the pasted program
didn't tag along, so I have to recreate my panel view.

If anybody knows a trick here, it would save me an enormous amount of time,
because I need to outfit dozens of programs to operate in several labs, all
with their own I/O configuration.

Chris


----- Original Message -----
From: Andersen Dave-P26278 <Dave.Andersen@gdc4s.com>
Date: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 1:49 pm
Subject: RE: [vrf] Instrument manager configuration issues.

>
> Dale
>
> I had run into a situation where the instrument manager would
> switch from embedded to default when doing something similar to
> what you are describing.  This was determined to be a bug and was
> turned into the defect list.  I am not sure if this was fixed in
> any fixes to Vee 6 or not.
>
> As for # 2, I don't know an easy way.
>
> Dave Andersen 
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dale Hauck [dhauck@Anadigics.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 10:59 AM
> To: VRF
> Subject: [vrf] Instrument manager configuration issues.
>
>
> G'day all.
> Using Vee 6.0, I have two Programs/Instrument manager
> configurations for the
> same instruments. Please forgive me.
> When cut/paste'ing direct IO transactions from one program to the
> other, the
> instrument manager seems to also be overwritten...occasionally,
> HAH!
> 1. Explanation?
> 2. Is there a way to select all instrument calls in a program and
> renamethem, thus correcting my 'fox paw'?
>
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