dynamic VI in exe

Hello

I try to call a dynamic VI in an exe file.  I put the dynamic VI in the "still included" in the source in the application builder files.  When I build my exe my application can't find the dynamic vi.

What is the path to a dynamic vi which is integrated into an exe?

Thank you

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Try to do this way:

Some benefits are:

  • You do not explicitly call in the path - LabVIEW gets it for you.
  • You need not do anything special in the Build.  The static VI reference pulls the dynamic VI construction for you.
  • When you drop to the bottom of the reference of static VI (white), right click and find a way to find the good VI.
  • If you create your dynamic VI with an icon, the icon is displayed instead of the LabVIEW icon 'generic', 'document' code.

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