This file contains important information about the FlexLogger Plugin Development Kit (version 1.0), including system requirements and installation instructions.
The FlexLogger IO Plugin Development Kit consists of the following components:
|Component||Where to Find|
|FlexLogger Plugin Development Kit Manual for information on installation, development, debugging, and importing FlexLogger I/O plugins.||<InstallDir>:\Documents\National Instruments\FlexLogger\Plugins\FlexLogger Plugin Development Kit 1.0 Manual|
|A LabVIEW FlexLogger IO Plugin template for a basic project to either consume or product data from or to FlexLogger.||In LabVIEW, create a project and select FlexLogger IO Plugin from the Create Project window.|
|LabVIEW APIs for your plugin||In LabVIEW on the Functions»FlexLogger palette.|
|Examples of LabVIEW-based FlexLogger IO plugins.||<InstallDir>:\Program Files\National Instruments\LabVIEW 2019\examples\FlexLogger|
The FlexLogger Plugin Development Kit supports the following software:
Complete the following steps to install the FlexLogger IO Plugin Development Kit software:
The online FlexLogger manual contains the most current help for your product version. Refer to the FlexLogger Manual, accessible from Help»Online manual, for more information about using FlexLogger.
Users without online access can choose to use an offline version of the FlexLogger manual if that option is selected at installation. To enable the use of the offline FlexLogger manual, go to Preferences»General and select Use the installed FlexLogger manual.
Refer to the LabVIEW Help, accessible by selecting Help»LabVIEW Help from LabVIEW, for information about LabVIEW.
Navigate to <InstallDir>:\Program Files\National Instruments\LabVIEW 2019\examples\FlexLogger to find LabVIEW examples for the FlexLogger Plugin Development Kit. You can modify an example VI to fit an application, or you can copy and paste from one or more examples into a VI that you create.
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