Error 1430 when running the Vi Analyzer

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I am getting an error 1430 when running the VI Analyzer.

The VI Analyzer worked fine until early this morning. I turned off the LabView since it was running overnight, then I launched the VI Analyzer and I get an error 1430. The LabView version I am using is version 10. I am not very familiar with what the error message means. Does anybody know what the error stands for and how can I fix this problem. I would appreciate any help I can get from you guys.

Expand the tree elements to find out which Vis could not be loaded and which tests could not be run


Expand the tree elements to find out which Vis could not be loaded and which tests could not be run.More details about the errors are given in the box below.

Error 1430.The patch is empty or relative. You must use an absolute path.

Test Path: C:Program Files National Instruments LabView 2010project_VIAnalyzer_testsComplexity MetricsModularity Indez.llbVI Path: C:UsersthegemanDesktopFinal Inspection Project 2010Source CodeWireless ModemCOTS

Answered By 0 points N/A #144686

Error 1430 when running the Vi Analyzer


Hi John,

The error 1430 is a data source error. Or a missing path or file in your dll file or not registered on your computer. You can download repair tools. Running repair tools will just delete the invalid shortcuts, repair 1430 error, duplicate files and repair deal. So, it's easy. But if you want to format the path that's your choice. You have to understand the error is caused by using a constant path file of C: and then use build Path VI as a string constant to the path. If you cast a string path and will use the root path /c/ instead of the string path of VI the error will occur.

The Preferred Method is C: / as the root and add Build Path VI to add your string of /c/ . Likely, errors will happen if you use a protocol like TCP that uses string-only path , Use C:/ as a base only, designate a subfolder that uses forward slashes not backward slashes in windows path. And be sure to build a whole string before casting a path.

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