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The NI Scan Engine can return the following error codes. Refer to the KnowledgeBase for more information about correcting errors in LabVIEW.

Separate deterministic tasks from non-deterministic tasks and place them in different loops in an RT target VI to ensure the deterministic tasks receive enough processor resources. A Timed Loop executes ...

While many RT targets run headless, it is often useful to display information from the RT target or send commands to the real-time application. To accomplish these tasks, you can create a user interface ...

You can interact with the front panels of RT target VIs using the host computer, using the embedded UI on the RT target, or using remote front panels to access RT target VIs.

Use the RT target Properties dialog box to configure the project properties for an RT target. You can configure general, VI Server, Web Server, access, and miscellaneous RT target settings using the RT ...

You can use high-level software protocols to communicate between VIs running on the RT target and VIs running on other targets, such as the host computer. Each protocol has its advantages and disadvantages. ...

Use the LabVIEW Application Builder to build a stand-alone real-time application that you can deploy to an RT target from the Project Explorer window or from outside of the LabVIEW development environment. ...

Most LabVIEW applications run on a general-purpose operating system (OS) like Windows, Linux, or Mac OS X. Some applications require real-time performance that general-purpose operating systems cannot ...

Use the Project Explorer window to create and edit LabVIEW projects. Select File»New Project to display the Project Explorer window. You also can select Project»New Project or select Empty Project in the ...

NI designed the LabVIEW Real-Time Module to execute VIs on three different real-time operating systems: Phar Lap ETS, Wind River VxWorks, and NI Linux Real-Time.

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