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ANV Database by ANV - Toolkit for LabVIEW Download

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ReleasedDec 29, 2020
Publisher ANV
LabVIEW VersionLabVIEW x86>=15.0
Operating System Windows
Project links Homepage   Documentation  


ANV Database Toolkit (ANV DBT) is a toolkit, which helps developers design LabVIEW API for querying various databases. It allows to create VIs which can be used as API with the help of graphical user interface. When using these VIs, toolkit handles connection with the database, thus relieving developers of this burden in their applications.

You need to run VIPM as administrator in order to properly install the toolkit.

Release Notes (Dec 29, 2020)

- Tools menu: when project is not saved and "Configure Storage" or "API Manager" items are selected, warning message appears;
- Toolkit's home page link is updated for the package;
- Added name of the license to the toolki's information;
- Removed Ez Message functions from API Core Template;
- Fixed issue #244 "Renaming API to capital version throws an error". Now comparison of API VI name is not case-sensitive;
- added "Sample Project" menu item, which opens Windows explorer folder with Sample Project path;
- updated icons for palette VIs;
- included default SQLite database with the Sample Project;
- Configuration Storage updated in a way that when opened, the first active database is displayed (in case of Sample Project it should point to default SQLite database immediately on the first launch);
- Fixed issues #239, #240. Now, when target library is missing in the project but is present on the disk, then it is added to project first;
- Fixed issue #238. When new name for API VI is entered, it is checked also against all VIs in the target folder, even if the VI is not part of the API library.

Install with VIPM Download Package

Note, you must have the VIPM Desktop app to install this package into LabVIEW.


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