Disabling Drives in Run Mode.
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Anthony B.
Baltimore, MD

Jan 4, 2013
6 Posts

Disabling drives in run mode.

I am writing code at my desk. how can i disable the driver code so that i can run the software without getting errors such as
"unable to interface with Driver "DMM"

DrATEasy (Ron Y.)
Mission Viejo, CA

Jan 5, 2013
288 Posts

Re: Disabling drives in run mode.

There is no simulation mode. You can overcome some of the errors generated (but not unable to open interface error) for drivers that are using the standard ATEasy interfaces such as Gpib by using the Driver/System.OnError event. You can add a flag / global variable and perform the following:

   if bSimulate

If you are using a function panel or IVI driver based ATEasy driver, you can use the resource manager to configure the driver simulation to use simulation driver (i.e. NI-MAX).

DrATEasy (Ron Y.)
Mission Viejo, CA

Aug 22, 2013
288 Posts

Re: Disabling drives in run mode.

Please mote that ATEasy 9 will have full support for simulation. Including Simulation for drivers, instruments and UUTs. Check the new version when it released in a few weeks.

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