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DtLvLink_64.h is missing



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I want to call functions defined in DtLvLink_64.dll from labwindows/cvi , however, DtLvLink_64.h is needed. So, what to do?

For example,  I want to call a function LviCreateTask(), however, the declaration of its prototype should be in the head file. Without the header, I think I am not able to call the functions.

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Data Translation's LV-Link was developed for NI LabVIEW, not LabWindows™/CVI™.  LV-Link uses the DT-Open Layers Data Acq SDK for its vi's.  Perhaps the Data Acq SDK header files may be of use for your application, since a "DtLvLink_64.h" file does not exist.  The SDK header files are found in the "C:\Program Files (x86)\Data Translation\Win32\SDK\Include" folder.



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