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vrf IO Address

Question asked by VRFuser on Jun 24, 2008
"Meachen, Jacob" <Jacob.Meachen@adckrone.com> wrote:
> Hi VRF
>
> Does anyone know how to programmatically change the global
> configuration of the direct io boxes to deal with instruments which
> may have a different address? i.e. We have developed a program to
> function with a set of analysers which use the same address, however
> we have sent the program to another lab within the company and they
> use a different address for their instruments.

What I recommend for portability reasons is that you keep the IO file and VEE programs separate. IO is defined on a a per machine basis since it is dependent upon how that particular computer is set up. Hence IO file is inherently non-portable.

To make you VEE programs portable be sure to NOT save IO with the program.

Downside ( there's always a downside! ) is that you need to make sure that the instrument aliases are the same in all your IO files. This is no big deal- just requires a little care.
This is, after all, what the instrument aliases are for in the first place.

Once you have this set up, then your programs will run on any on your machines with no mods.

regards

Stan


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