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Order2Go API access from LabView
I am trying to access the table values etc functions from the LabView program.
LabView provides a "call library function" function which is meant for accessing finctions in a DLL. I have set up the call library function in LabView to link to the fxcore.dll file. This allows me to see the following functions:
I have tried setting the call conventions to C or WINAPI but no diference.
I was expecting functions like:
I think I also need information of the function prototype, where do I get this information?
Is there some basic example using this API written in C rather than VB?
How do I access these functions in the API and what are their function prototypes?
As I wrote in the other forum:
So, the way you are trying to go is completely wrong. Please, spent a few time to study the development platform you use carefully.
Order2Go is a COM library so all interactions are made via interfaces described in the type library. The programming environment you use must support the Ole Automation to allow using of Order2Go in applications. In other words you interacts with Order2Go the same way as you can interact with Microsoft Excel or the similar application.
Please refer to http://zone.ni.com/reference/en-XX/h..._with_labview/
The Order2Go.Core object is logically equal to the Excel.Application object.
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