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  1. VIPM 2020.3 (build 2540) I'm getting a bizarre error. I get a build failure where VIPM claims that the following source library is missing C:\Common\Generator Interface\Message Interfaces\Gen11 Message Interface\Gen11 Message Interface\Gen11 Message Interface.lvlib When the library actually is located here. C:\Common\Generator Interface\Message Interfaces\Gen11 Message Interface\Gen11 Message Interface.lvlib This library is a collection is actor message interface classes if that makes a difference. I'm also been able to do a mass compile of the entire directory without any errors. This might not be related, or a quirk of the builder that I don't know about: The other weird thing is if I open the project while VIPM is in the failed state, the error list contains a bunch of failed VIs that couldn't find a .NET library located within my project. (This project is pretty big and contains some proprietary information so I can't upload it. Sorry, that makes it hard to troubleshoot.)
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  2. Thanks for posting the screenshot. What does the dialog show after you press OK? It should indicate the caller of that missing vi. it’s hard to know for sure if A mass compile of your Source folder would fix the issue. Possibly, yet sometimes the linkages can be crossed up across different projects.
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  3. Does the VIPM error dialog state which calling VI is trying to find that missing VI? The dialogue has two parts: one that shows you the missing VIs, and the second that shows you which project source VIs are calling the missing VIs also, often the culprit is a VI on disc that is not actually being used anymore, but it’s broken. The package builder is including it, even though it’s not being called by anyone
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  4. My apologies. The option "Disable Built-in Subscriptions: LabVIEW Tools Network and VI Package Network" on the Network tab was checked by default. I unchecked that box and then had no problems installing. Such a newbie problem!
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  5. I just emailed you some instructions. I did this privately, since the steps involved are tricky and I don't want anyone trying this at home without a safety net.
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  6. Hi @Horsechilli I saw this happen recently, too, and it was also in LabVIEW 2017. I'll gather my notes on this to try to help you out. Stay tuned... -Jim
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