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    Measurement Studio
    Measurement Studio是Microsoft Visual Studio的扩展软件,提供了用于创建测试和测量应用程序的.NET工具。
    Measurement Studio是一套专为构建工程应用程序而设计的.NET工具。您可以使用与硬件采集数据类型兼容的工程UI控件,以清晰明了地展示数据。Measurement Studio通过高级、直观的面向对象硬件类库简化了硬件通信。您可以使用业界最快、最灵活且最适合将测量数据存盘的文件格式TDMS,将自定义信息添加到采集的数据。您还可以对采集的信号进行实时在线分析,而无需编写自定义解析算法。

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    Measurement Studio 2010 for Visual Studio 2005 Readme
    Measurement Studio 2010 includes separate, parallel sets of class libraries, integration features, and support documentation for developing with Visual Studio 2010, Visual Studio 2008, and Visual Studio 2005. This readme documents only Measurement Studio support for Visual Studio 2005. Measurement Studio support for other versions of Visual Studio includes separate readme files; refer to these respective readme files or the Measurement Studio Release Notes for more information about Measurement Studio support for other versions of Visual Studio. Select Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;<Measurement Studio>&#187;Release Notes to view the Measurement Studio Release Notes.
    For information on new features and functionality that have been introduced in Measurement Studio since version 2009, refer to the What's New in Measurement Studio 2010 topic in the NI Measurement Studio Help or the Measurement Studio Release Notes.


    Legacy Languages and Frameworks
    NI Measurement Studio 2010 provides new feature support for Visual C# and Visual Basic .NET for Visual Studio 2010, Visual Studio 2008, and Visual Studio 2005.
    NI Measurement Studio 2009 was the last version of Measurement Studio to provide support for Visual Studio 6.0, Visual Studio 2003, and Visual C++ MFC. If you want to continue building or developing applications using these legacy environments/languages, you can use the NI Measurement Studio for Legacy Environments/Languages product, which includes the NI Measurement Studio 2009 DVD, the NI Measurement Studio 8.1.2 for Visual Studio 6.0 CD, and the November 2009 NI Device Driver DVD. NI Measurement Studio for Legacy Environments/Languages is available upon request for qualifying Measurement Studio customers.
    Requesting NI Measurement Studio for Legacy Environments/Languages
    Refer to ni.com/info and enter infocode MFCsupport if you require Visual C++ MFC support for Visual Studio 2010. For additional information or to request NI Measurement Studio for Legacy Environments/Languages, please contact a Technical Sales Representative at ni.com/contact.
    Configuring Your System to Use Measurement Studio 2010 .NET Support with Prior Versions of Measurement Studio Visual C++ MFC Support
    You cannot install Measurement Studio 2009 or earlier Visual C++ MFC support for Visual Studio 2005 after installing Measurement Studio 2010 .NET support for Visual Studio 2005.
    Uninstallation Considerations
    The following sections list the system requirements for Measurement Studio 2010 and instructions on how to install Measurement Studio 2010.
    Note    Refer to the Measurement Studio 2010 Known Issues Web page for a complete, up-to-date list of known issues in Measurement Studio 2010 before you install the software.
    Installation Requirements
    To use .NET class libraries that interface to National Instruments device drivers, NI-DAQmx, NI-VISA, NI-488.2, NI-SCOPE, NI-IMAQ, NI-IMAQdx, and the MAX (Measurement & Automation Explorer) configuration utility, you must install the underlying device drivers in addition to the .NET class libraries. You can run the underlying device driver installers from the NI Device Drivers DVD included with Measurement Studio. Alternatively, refer to NI Drivers and Updates on ni.com and enter Device Drivers into the search field to download the latest version of the NI Device Drivers.
    Driver Support Notes
    Complete the following steps to install Measurement Studio. These steps describe a typical installation. Please carefully review all additional licensing and warning dialog boxes.
    Complete the following steps to install Measurement Studio:
    • Log on as Administrator or as a user with administrator privileges.
    • Launch Autorun.exe, either from the installation media or from the location to which you extracted the downloaded disc image. Select Install Measurement Studio.
    • Select Measurement Studio 2010 support for the version or versions of Visual Studio you want to install support for.
    • Follow the instructions that appear on the screen.
    Tip    You can use a spec file to programmatically control the Measurement Studio installer for a single distribution or for the entire suite. An example spec file for a single distribution is located on your installation media at <drive>:Distribution\Measurement Studio for VS20xx\Bin\template_spec.txt . For more information, refer to KnowLEDgeBase Article 4CJDP38M: Automating the Installation of a Single Installer on ni.com. Alternately, you can generate a spec file for the entire Measurement Studio suite. Refer to KnowledgeBase Article 4GGGDQH0: Automating the Installation of a Suited Installer on ni.com for instructions on how to generate a spec file for your suite.
    Note    For additional information related to installing support for legacy languages, refer to Configuring Your System to Use Measurement Studio 2010 .NET Support with Prior Versions of Measurement Studio Visual C++ MFC Support for more information.
    Activating Measurement Studio Licenses
    National Instruments offers a variety of Measurement Studio licenses, with certain licensed features available for each license type: Standard Edition, Professional Edition, and Enterprise Edition. Refer to the Measurement Studio Editions topic in the NI Measurement Studio Help for more information on Measurement Studio editions, and the Licensing Measurement Studio topic in the NI Measurement Studio Help for more information about licensing Measurement Studio.
    Note    To move to a different Measurement Studio edition, you can activate the new edition by using NI License Manager. Select Start&#187;All Programs&#187;NationalInstruments&#187;NI License Manager to access NI License Manager.
    You can have only one version of Measurement Studio installed on a system for each version of Visual Studio or the .NET Framework installed on the system. For example, you can have Measurement Studio 2010 for Visual Studio 2010 installed on the same system as Measurement Studio 8.6.1 for Visual Studio 2008, but you cannot have Measurement Studio 2010 for Visual Studio 2008 installed on the same system as Measurement Studio 8.6.1 for Visual Studio 2008.
    To deploy an application built with Measurement Studio .NET class libraries, the target computer must have a Windows 7/Vista/XP/Server 2003 and 2008 (R2 editions) operating system operating system and .NET Framework 2.0.


    Getting Started with Measurement Studio 2010
    Within Visual Studio, you can launch the NI Measurement Studio Help by selecting Measurement Studio&#187;NI Measurement Studio Help .
    For step-by-step guides to learning how to develop applications with Measurement Studio, refer to the Measurement Studio Walkthroughs section of the NI Measurement Studio Help.


    Bug Fixes in Measurement Studio 2010
    You can access the known issues for Measurement Studio 2010 online. Refer to the Measurement Studio 2010 Known Issues Web page for a complete, up-to-date listing of known issues in Measurement Studio 2010.
    Measurement Studio 2010 Incompatibilities with Previous Versions of Measurement Studio
    Measurement Studio uses third-party components. For licensing information on these third-party components, refer to the Measurement Studio 2010 FOSS notices.pdf in the [dvddrive]:\Licenses folder of your NI Measurement Studio installation media.
    Copyright
    Under the copyright laws, this publication may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, storing in an information retrieval system, or translating, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of National Instruments Corporation.
    Trademarks
    For patents covering the National Instruments products, refer to the appropriate location: Help&#187;Patents in your software, the patents.txt file on your DVD, or ni.com/patents.



    Measurement Studio is an integrated suite of tools and class libraries that are designed for developers using Microsoft .NET technologies to develop measurement and automation Windows and Web applications.
    This file contains the following sections:
    • What's New in Measurement Studio 2010
    • Legacy Languages and Frameworks
    • Installing Measurement Studio 2010
    • Getting Started with Measurement Studio 2010
    • Bug Fixes in Measurement Studio 2010
    • Known Issues in Measurement Studio 2010
    • Legal Information



    What's New in Measurement Studio 2010
    NI Measurement Studio 2009 was the last version of Measurement Studio to support Visual Studio 6.0, Visual Studio 2003, and Visual C++ MFC. NI Measurement Studio 2010 does not offer new feature support for Visual Studio 6.0, Visual Studio 2003, or Visual C++ MFC.
    Measurement Studio new feature support is not provided for:
    • Visual Studio 2008 (Visual C++ MFC)
    • Visual Studio 2005 (Visual C++ MFC)
    • Visual Studio 2003 (Visual C++ MFC, Visual C#, Visual Basic .NET)
    • Visual Studio 6.0 (Visual Basic 6.0, Visual C++ 6.0)
    Note    For information on NI device driver support for Visual C++ MFC, refer to Driver Support.
    Measurement Studio for Legacy Environments/Languages
    To qualify to receive NI Measurement Studio for Legacy Environments/Languages, you must meet either of the following criteria:
    • You must maintain an active Measurement Studio Standard Service Program (SSP) contract; or
    • You must have purchased the most recent version of Measurement Studio.
    Measurement Studio 2010 for Visual Studio 2008 does not include Visual C++ MFC support. However, if you install Measurement Studio 2010 for Visual Studio 2008 on a machine that has a prior version of Measurement Studio Visual C++ MFC support already installed, the installer does not remove the Visual C++ MFC support from the prior version. Visual C++ MFC support remains on the system and available for use.
    Installation Considerations
    If you have Measurement Studio 2010 and Measurement Studio 2009 or an earlier version installed for the same Visual Studio version and you elect to uninstall one version of Measurement Studio, review the following uninstall notes to ensure that the version remaining on your machine continues to function properly. These uninstallation considerations only apply if you have two versions of Measurement Studio installed for the same version of Visual Studio.
    • After installing Measurement Studio 2009 and then Measurement Studio 2010, if you need to uninstall Measurement Studio 2009, your Measurement Studio 2010 installation will be broken. You can repair your Measurement Studio 2010 installation by opening the Windows Control Panel and selecting Add or Remove Programs&#187;National Instruments Software&#187;Change/Remove . In the resulting National Instruments Software dialog box, select Repair.
    • After installing Measurement Studio 2009 and then Measurement Studio 2010, if you uninstall Measurement Studio 2010, your Measurement Studio 2009 installation will be broken. To fix this issue, you must uninstall and reinstall Measurement Studio 2009.
    Note    There are no special considerations for installing and uninstalling Visual Studio 6.0 support.


    Installing Measurement Studio 2010
    To use Measurement Studio support for Visual Studio 2008, your computer must have the following:
    • Microsoft operating system:
      • Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit), including Starter Edition (32-bit)
      • Windows Vista (32-bit or 64-bit)
      • Windows XP (32-bit)
      • Windows Server 2003 R2 (32-bit)
      • Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)
    • Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5
    • Visual Studio 2008:
      • Team System Edition
      • Professional Edition
      • Standard Edition
      • Visual C# Express Edition
      • Visual Basic .NET Express Edition
      • Visual Web Developer Express Edition
      Note    You must have Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1 or later installed on your machine for Measurement Studio to function properly.
    • Video display—1024 x 768, 256 colors (16-bit color recommended for user interface controls)
    • Minimum of 800 MB of free hard disk space
    • Microsoft-compatible mouse
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
    Installation Notes
    • Measurement Studio does not support Windows Vista Starter Edition.
    • Measurement Studio 2010 does not support non-R2 editions of Windows Server.
    • This version of Measurement Studio supports, and was tested with, the latest operating system service packs that were available at the time this version of Measurement Studio was released. National Instruments strongly recommends using Measurement Studio with the latest operating system service pack.
    • If you want to upgrade your operating system from one major version to another, National Instruments recommends first uninstalling all National Instruments software, including application software and drivers. This is typically not necessary when installing an operating system service pack.
    • Microsoft Visual Studio Express Editions do not support Measurement Studio integrated tools.
    • In order for links from Measurement Studio help topics to .NET Framework help topics to work, you must install the product documentation for Visual Studio, which installs the MSDN Library. This requires a secondary installation during the Visual Studio installation process.
    • Some National Instruments components require Microsoft Silverlight 4.0. If you use a component that requires Silverlight, a dialog box prompts you to install Silverlight from the Internet. Microsoft Silverlight 4.0 is available from the Microsoft Web site at http://www.microsoft.com/silverlight. Measurement Studio does not contain Silverlight controls.
    Driver Support
    Refer to the following list for information about .NET support for NI device drivers.
    • The DAQ Assistant and the Instrument I/O Assistant are installed from the NI Device Drivers DVD. You must install the NI Device Drivers DVD to use the assistants.
    • 64-bit support for NI device drivers is available in the .NET class libraries for the following drivers: NI-DAQmx 8.9.5 and later, NI-VISA 4.5.1 and later, NI-488.2 2.7.1 and later, and MAX 4.6 and later.
    • Visual C++ MFC 2008 support:
      • The following drivers are the last version that includes full feature support for Visual C++ MFC 2008: NI-DAQmx 9.2, NI-VISA 5.0.2, and NI-488.2 2.8.
      • The following drivers do not provide support for Visual C++ MFC 2008: NI-IMAQ, NI-IMAQdx, MAX (Measurement Automation Explorer), and NI-SCOPE.
    • To download NI-SCOPE .NET class libraries, refer to NI-SCOPE .NET Driver Support.
    Installation InstructionsInstallation Instructions
    National Instruments recommends that you exit all programs before running the Measurement Studio installer. Applications that run in the background, such as virus scanning utilities, might cause the installer to take longer than necessary to complete.
    Installing Measurement Studio
    After you install Measurement Studio, you must use the NI Activation Wizard to activate the software. To activate Measurement Studio, you need the serial number printed on the Certificate of Ownership included in your software kit. Refer to the Licensing, Evaluation, and Activation topic in the NI Measurement Studio Help for more information about how to activate Measurement Studio. Measurement Studio 2010 is the first version of Measurement Studio to use activation.
    For general license activation information, refer to ni.com/activate. Refer to ni.com/mstudio to purchase a Measurement Studio license. Contact a local National Instruments representative at www.ni.com/contact for more information or for questions about specific licensing needs.
    Installing the Current Version of Measurement Studio over Previous Versions of Measurement Studio
    If you install a newer version of Measurement Studio on a machine that has a prior version of Measurement Studio installed, the newer version installer replaces the prior version functionality, including class libraries. However, the prior version assemblies remain in the global assembly cache (GAC); therefore, applications that reference the prior version continue to use the prior version .NET assemblies.
    Note    NationalInstruments.Common.dll uses a publisher policy file to redirect applications to always use the newest version of NationalInstruments.Common.dll installed on the system, for each version of the .NET Framework. However, prior versions of NationalInstruments.Common.dll remain in the GAC after you install a newer version of Measurement Studio. National Instruments exerts extra effort to ensure that NationalInstruments.Common.dll is backward-compatible so that applications built against prior versions of Measurement Studio continue to work as expected.
    Note    For additional information related to installing support for legacy languages, refer to Configuring Your System to Use Measurement Studio 2010 .NET Support with Prior Versions of Measurement Studio Visual C++ MFC Support for more information.


    Deployment Requirements
    For assistance in getting started with Measurement Studio 2010, refer to the Measurement Studio Overview and the Getting Started with the Measurement Studio Class Libraries topics in the NI Measurement Studio Help or refer to Getting Started with Measurement Studio or the Measurement Studio Release Notes.
    To view the Getting Started with Measurement Studio guide or the Measurement Studio Release Notes, select Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;<Measurement Studio>&#187;Getting Started with Measurement Studio or Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;<Measurement Studio>&#187;Measurement Studio Release Notes . To view these documents, you need the free Adobe Reader. Refer to the Adobe Systems Incorporated Web site at www.adobe.com to download Adobe Reader.
    The following items are bugs fixed in Measurement Studio 2010.
    ID
    Fixed Issue
    154564
    Measurement Studio ASP.NET Web Forms controls may throw an InvalidOperationException in Internet Information Services (IIS). If you access the page from more than one place, or if you refresh the page very frequently, you may see this InvalidOperationException.
    180681
    A memory leak exists in WebForms.NetworkVariableDataSource when Dispose is not called before the host page is unloaded.
    190486
    If you call Graph.ToImage(Size), the DrawGridLines method draws the graph axes incorrectly. If the destination size is not set to the same value as the graph image size, the axes do not scale correctly.
    193763
    Visual Studio Setup Projects for DataSocket applications do not automatically add the logos.msm merge module.
    193809
    If you deploy a network variable application to a machine that acts as the variable server, the machine may crash after you install the application. If you install your application after the NINETVARSERV redist installer, your application installer will stop the Shared Variable Engine service. If this service is not running, applications that use network variable may crash.
    194621
    If a graph includes multiple axes, ZoomXY may not zoom accurately. If a graph has multiple X or Y axes, the overload ZoomXY(referencePlot, xData, yData, width, height) zooms accurately for the axes associated with the plot that are referenced in the first parameter. However, the axes not associated with the given plot do not zoom accurately.
    194685
    TdmsFile.ConvertFileFormat may intermittently throw a TdmsException.
    195429
    If you have the "Automatically Update ASP.NET Project" option set to false in Visual Studio 2008, the project is updated. Select Tools&#187;Options&#187;Measurement Studio to view this option.
    196747
    Using a single network variable writer from multiple threads may cause your application to hang.
    197154
    Some applications on a target computer may report errors or terminate unexpectedly after installing a distribution that was created on a computer with Measurement Studio 2009 installed.
    Refer to KnowledgeBase Article 53F9JDXU for more information and a patch installer.
    197171
    Using SingleToneInformation.GetDetectedSignal may return results that are 180 degrees out of phase.
    203199
    The Axis.EndLabelsAlwaysVisible property is not cloned when you call the Clone method on an X or Y axis.
    215669
    Measurement Studio adds National Instruments references to the web.config file of non-Measurement Studio projects.
    223012
    A .NET graph that throws an exception when calling PlotComplexWaveformsAppend, PlotComplexWaveformsAppendMultiple, PlotWaveformsAppend, or PlotWaveformsAppendMultiple becomes unresponsive and does not redraw.
    224471
    TDMS file groups with the WaveformLayout.PairedTimeAndSampleChannels property may become corrupted.
    227696
    Appending data and adding properties to a TDMS file in a specific sequence can corrupt the TDMS file data.
    235353
    Zooming a .NET graph multiple times with minor gridlines or ticks visible can result in a hang.
    240792
    Setting the DefaultReadValue of a NetworkVariableBinding to a null reference (Nothing in Visual Basic) results in a NullReferenceException.
    243788
    Writing data to a TDMS file using AppendAnalogWaveform can result in different number of X and Y values.
    247826
    The TDMS .NET API leaks memory when creating or reading channels or channel groups.
    249777
    Some ranges can result in incorrect ticking on graph axes with a logarithmic scale.
    249802
    The waveform, scatter, and complex graph cursor positions cannot be set before the cursor is added to a cursor collection if SnapMode is set to ToPlot.
    252409
    Cursors with a SnapMode of ToPlot or NearestPoint slow plotting dramatically when they are not visible.
    Note    Refer to the What's New section in the NI Measurement Studio Help for information about bug fixes in previous versions of Measurement Studio.


    Known Issues in Measurement Studio
    For a complete list of incompatibilities in Measurement Studio with previous versions of Measurement Studio and otherwise supported features, including a list of obsoleted members and members that have been changed to sealed override or non-virtual, refer to the Measurement Studio Incompatibilities topic in the NI Measurement Studio Help .
    • Measurement Studio no longer offers support for Visual C++ MFC. For more information, refer to the Legacy Languages and Frameworks section of the Measurement Studio Release Notes.
    • Measurement Studio no longer offers support for Visual Studio .NET 2003. For more information, refer to the Legacy Languages and Frameworks section of the Measurement Studio Release Notes.
    • Measurement Studio no longer ships support for Visual Studio 6.0. For more information, refer to the Legacy Languages and Frameworks section of the Measurement Studio Release Notes.
    • Measurement Studio is no longer compatible with Microsoft Windows 2000. The Measurement Studio installer enforces this requirement and does not allow you to complete your installation if you are installing Measurement Studio on a machine running the Windows 2000 operating system.
    • You cannot use the Web Forms Designer to modify a Web application developed with Measurement Studio 2010 on the Web server that is hosting the application unless Measurement Studio 2010 is installed and activated on the Web server. In Measurement Studio 2009, you could use a run-time license on the Web server to modify a Web site using the Web Forms Designer. Modifying a Measurement Studio Web application created with any version of Measurement Studio on a Web server that does not have Measurement Studio installed and activated is disallowed by the NI License Agreement.
    • If you plot an analog waveform or complex waveform on the waveform graph, change DefaultWaveformPlotOptions or DefaultComplexWaveformPlotOptions, and then append an analog or complex waveform, the DefaultWaveformPlotOptions or DefaultComplexWaveformPlotOptions changes you made no longer have any affect on the appended data. Instead the AnalogWaveformPlotOptions or ComplexWaveformPlotOptions used to plot the original waveforms also apply to the appended waveforms.
      Additionally, if you plot an analog or complex waveform on the waveform graph and you use a plot method with an options parameter, the DefaultWaveformPlotOptions or DefaultComplexWaveformPlotOptions properties no longer update to the values you specified in options.
    • If you have Measurement Studio 2009 or an earlier version and Measurement Studio 2010 installed for the same Visual Studio version and you elect to uninstall one version of Measurement Studio, review the following uninstall notes to ensure that the version remaining on your machine continues to function properly. These uninstallation considerations only apply if you have two versions of MStudio installed for the same version of Visual Studio.
      • After installing Measurement Studio 2009 and then Measurement Studio 2010, if you need to uninstall Measurement Studio 2009, your Measurement Studio 2010 installation will be broken. You can repair your Measurement Studio 2010 installation by using the Windows Control Panel and selecting Add or Remove Programs&#187;National Instruments Software&#187;Change/Remove . In the resulting National Instruments Software dialog box, select Repair.
      • After installing Measurement Studio 2009 and then Measurement Studio 2010, if you uninstall Measurement Studio 2010, your Measurement Studio 2009 installation will be broken. To fix this issue, you must uninstall and reinstall Measurement Studio 2009.
    • When deploying a Web application that uses licensed Measurement Studio components, you can no longer license those components by copying their .lic files to the deployed system. Instead, you must either build and deploy an App_Licenses.dll file, or you must install and activate a valid version of Measurement Studio on the deployed system. Refer to the Licensing Your Web Application section of the Deploying Measurement Studio Web Applications topic for information on building an App_Licenses.dll file.


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    Measurement Studio 2010 for Visual Studio 2010 Readme
    Measurement Studio 2010 includes separate, parallel sets of class libraries, integration features, and support documentation for developing with Visual Studio 2010, Visual Studio 2008, and Visual Studio 2005. This readme documents only Measurement Studio support for Visual Studio 2010. Measurement Studio support for other versions of Visual Studio includes separate readme files; refer to these respective readme files or the Measurement Studio Release Notes for more information about Measurement Studio support for other versions of Visual Studio. Select Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;<Measurement Studio>&#187;Release Notes to view the Measurement Studio Release Notes.
    For information on new features and functionality that have been introduced in Measurement Studio since version 2009, refer to the What's New in Measurement Studio 2010 topic in the NI Measurement Studio Help or the Measurement Studio Release Notes.


    Legacy Languages and Frameworks
    NI Measurement Studio 2010 provides new feature support for Visual C# and Visual Basic .NET for Visual Studio 2010, Visual Studio 2008, and Visual Studio 2005.
    Measurement Studio for Legacy Environments/Languages
    To qualify to receive NI Measurement Studio for Legacy Environments/Languages, you must meet either of the following criteria:
    • You must maintain an active Measurement Studio Standard Service Program (SSP) contract; or
    • You must have purchased the most recent version of Measurement Studio.
    The following sections list the system requirements for Measurement Studio 2010 and instructions on how to install Measurement Studio 2010.
    Note    Refer to the Measurement Studio 2010 Known Issues Web page for a complete, up-to-date list of known issues in Measurement Studio 2010 before you install the software.
    Installation Requirements
    In addition to new class libraries, Measurement Studio 2010 also includes documentation integrated into the new Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 documentation viewer.
    Help Configuration Utility
    Review the following tips for working with the integrated help:
    • To view NI Measurement Studio 2010 help, you must install the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) documentation for Visual Studio 2010 before you install the Measurement Studio help. To work around this issue, you can install MSDN help and then either run the Measurement Studio installer in Repair Mode or use the Help Configuration Utility to reinstall the Measurement Studio help. The following instructions explain both workarounds:Running the Measurement Studio Installer in Repair Mode
      • Select Start&#187;Control Panel .
      • Select Add or Remove Programs.
      • Select National Instruments Software and click Change/Remove.
      • In the National Instruments Software dialog box, select NI Measurement Studio for VS2010.
      • Click Repair.
      Using the Help Configuration Utility
      • Navigate to the following directory: [installdir]\Help\HelpConfigurationUtility.
      • Double-click HelpConfigurationUtility.exe to launch the utility.
      • Select the checkbox for the available Measurement Studio help components you want to install. National Instruments recommends you always install all Measurement Studio help components. Installing Measurement Studio help components separately could cause unexpected results when viewing the help.
      • Select the Microsoft Help Library Locale where you want to install the Measurement Studio documentation.
      • Click Install to install the documentation.
    • Integrated Measurement Studio help for Visual Studio 2010 support installs with an English (en-us) locale. If you are using the Visual Studio 2010 documentation with a different locale, the default installation of Measurement Studio documentation will not fully integrate with the Visual Studio 2010 documentation. Use the Help Configuration Utility to install Measurement Studio documentation for Visual Studio 2010 to other Microsoft documentation locales.
    • If you choose to view the Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 help online, the help viewer launches the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) Web site, which does not include the NI Measurement Studio Help. To view the Measurement Studio help, select Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;Measurement Studio 2010 for Visual Studio 2010&#187;Measurement Studio Documentation .
    Driver Support
    Refer to the following list for information about .NET support for NI device drivers.
    • Important: If you create an NI VISA Windows Application or NI VISA Class Library project or you add an NI Visa Task to an existing project, Visual Studio 2010 might crash. To work around this issue, follow these steps:
      • Verify Visual Studio is closed.
      • Open MAX by selecting Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;Measurement & Automation.
      • Close MAX.
      • Rerun the Measurement Studio VISA Windows Application or Class Library project or re-add the NI Visa Task to your existing project.
    • The DAQ Assistant and the Instrument I/O Assistant are installed from the NI Device Drivers DVD. You must install the NI Device Drivers DVD to use the assistants.
    • Visual Studio 2010 support:
      • The following drivers provide 32-bit and 64-bit support for Visual Studio 2010: NI-DAQmx 9.2.3 and later, NI-VISA 5.0.3 and later, and NI-488.2 2.8.1 and later.
      • The following drivers do not provide support for Visual Studio 2010: NI-IMAQ, NI-IMAQdx, MAX (Measurement Automation Explorer), and NI-SCOPE. Refer to the Measurement Studio 2010 Known Issues Web page for more information.

    Installation InstructionsInstallation Instructions
    National Instruments recommends that you exit all programs before running the Measurement Studio installer. Applications that run in the background, such as virus scanning utilities, might cause the installer to take longer than necessary to complete.
    Installing Measurement Studio
    After you install Measurement Studio, you must use the NI Activation Wizard to activate the software. To activate Measurement Studio, you need the serial number printed on the Certificate of Ownership included in your software kit. Refer to the Licensing, Evaluation, and Activation topic in the NI Measurement Studio Help for more information about how to activate Measurement Studio. Measurement Studio 2010 is the first version of Measurement Studio to use activation.
    For general license activation information, refer to ni.com/activate. Refer to ni.com/mstudio to purchase a Measurement Studio license. Contact a local National Instruments representative at www.ni.com/contact for more information or for questions about specific licensing needs.
    Installing the Current Version of Measurement Studio over Previous Versions of Measurement Studio
    If you install a newer version of Measurement Studio on a machine that has a prior version of Measurement Studio installed, the newer version installer replaces the prior version functionality, including class libraries. However, the prior version assemblies remain in the global assembly cache (GAC); therefore, applications that reference the prior version continue to use the prior version .NET assemblies.
    Note    NationalInstruments.Common.dll uses a publisher policy file to redirect applications to always use the newest version of NationalInstruments.Common.dll installed on the system, for each version of the .NET Framework. However, prior versions of NationalInstruments.Common.dll remain in the GAC after you install a newer version of Measurement Studio. National Instruments exerts extra effort to ensure that NationalInstruments.Common.dll is backward-compatible so that applications built against prior versions of Measurement Studio continue to work as expected.


    Deployment Requirements
    For assistance in getting started with Measurement Studio 2010, refer to the Measurement Studio Overview and the Getting Started with the Measurement Studio Class Libraries topics in the NI Measurement Studio Help or refer to Getting Started with Measurement Studio or the Measurement Studio Release Notes.
    To view the Getting Started with Measurement Studio guide or the Measurement Studio Release Notes, select Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;<Measurement Studio>&#187;Getting Started with Measurement Studio or Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;<Measurement Studio>&#187;Measurement Studio Release Notes . To view these documents, you need the free Adobe Reader. Refer to the Adobe Systems Incorporated Web site at www.adobe.com to download Adobe Reader.
    The following items are bugs fixed in Measurement Studio 2010.
    ID
    Fixed Issue
    154564
    Measurement Studio ASP.NET Web Forms controls may throw an InvalidOperationException in Internet Information Services (IIS). If you access the page from more than one place, or if you refresh the page very frequently, you may see this InvalidOperationException.
    180681
    A memory leak exists in WebForms.NetworkVariableDataSource when Dispose is not called before the host page is unloaded.
    190486
    If you call Graph.ToImage(Size), the DrawGridLines method draws the graph axes incorrectly. If the destination size is not set to the same value as the graph image size, the axes do not scale correctly.
    193763
    Visual Studio Setup Projects for DataSocket applications do not automatically add the logos.msm merge module.
    193809
    If you deploy a network variable application to a machine that acts as the variable server, the machine may crash after you install the application. If you install your application after the NINETVARSERV redist installer, your application installer will stop the Shared Variable Engine service. If this service is not running, applications that use network variable may crash.
    194621
    If a graph includes multiple axes, ZoomXY may not zoom accurately. If a graph has multiple X or Y axes, the overload ZoomXY(referencePlot, xData, yData, width, height) zooms accurately for the axes associated with the plot that are referenced in the first parameter. However, the axes not associated with the given plot do not zoom accurately.
    194685
    TdmsFile.ConvertFileFormat may intermittently throw a TdmsException.
    196747
    Using a single network variable writer from multiple threads may cause your application to hang.
    197154
    Some applications on a target computer may report errors or terminate unexpectedly after installing a distribution that was created on a computer with Measurement Studio 2009 installed.
    Refer to KnowledgeBase Article 53F9JDXU for more information and a patch installer.
    197171
    Using SingleToneInformation.GetDetectedSignal may return results that are 180 degrees out of phase.
    203199
    The Axis.EndLabelsAlwaysVisible property is not cloned when you call the Clone method on an X or Y axis.
    215669
    Measurement Studio adds National Instruments references to the web.config file of non-Measurement Studio projects.
    223012
    A .NET graph that throws an exception when calling PlotComplexWaveformsAppend, PlotComplexWaveformsAppendMultiple, PlotWaveformsAppend, or PlotWaveformsAppendMultiple becomes unresponsive and does not redraw.
    224471
    TDMS file groups with the WaveformLayout.PairedTimeAndSampleChannels property may become corrupted.
    227696
    Appending data and adding properties to a TDMS file in a specific sequence can corrupt the TDMS file data.
    235353
    Zooming a .NET graph multiple times with minor gridlines or ticks visible can result in a hang.
    240792
    Setting the DefaultReadValue of a NetworkVariableBinding to a null reference (Nothing in Visual Basic) results in a NullReferenceException.
    243788
    Writing data to a TDMS file using AppendAnalogWaveform can result in different number of X and Y values.
    247826
    The TDMS .NET API leaks memory when creating or reading channels or channel groups.
    249777
    Some ranges can result in incorrect ticking on graph axes with a logarithmic scale.
    249802
    The waveform, scatter, and complex graph cursor positions cannot be set before the cursor is added to a cursor collection if SnapMode is set to ToPlot.
    252409
    Cursors with a SnapMode of ToPlot or NearestPoint slow plotting dramatically when they are not visible.
    Note    Refer to the What's New section in the NI Measurement Studio Help for information about bug fixes in previous versions of Measurement Studio.


    Known Issues in Measurement Studio
    For a complete list of incompatibilities in Measurement Studio with previous versions of Measurement Studio and otherwise supported features, including a list of obsoleted members and members that have been changed to sealed override or non-virtual, refer to the Measurement Studio Incompatibilities topic in the NI Measurement Studio Help .
    • Measurement Studio no longer offers support for Visual C++ MFC. For more information, refer to the Legacy Languages and Frameworks section of the Measurement Studio Release Notes.
    • Measurement Studio no longer offers support for Visual Studio .NET 2003. For more information, refer to the Legacy Languages and Frameworks section of the Measurement Studio Release Notes.
    • Measurement Studio no longer ships support for Visual Studio 6.0. For more information, refer to the Legacy Languages and Frameworks section of the Measurement Studio Release Notes.
    • The following drivers provide support for Visual Studio 2010: NI-DAQmx 9.2.3 and later, NI-VISA 5.0.3 and later, and NI-488.2 2.8.1 and later. The following drivers do not provide support for Visual Studio 2010: NI-IMAQ, NI-IMAQdx, MAX (Measurement & Automation Explorer), and NI-SCOPE. Refer to Measurement Studio 2010 Known Issues on ni.com/devzone for more information.
    • You cannot use the Web Forms Designer to modify a Web application developed with Measurement Studio 2010 on the Web server that is hosting the application unless Measurement Studio 2010 is installed and activated on the Web server. In Measurement Studio 2009, you could use a run-time license on the Web server to modify a Web site using the Web Forms Designer. Modifying a Measurement Studio Web application created with any version of Measurement Studio on a Web server that does not have Measurement Studio installed and activated is disallowed by the NI License Agreement.
    • If you plot an analog waveform or complex waveform on the waveform graph, change DefaultWaveformPlotOptions or DefaultComplexWaveformPlotOptions, and then append an analog or complex waveform, the DefaultWaveformPlotOptions or DefaultComplexWaveformPlotOptions changes you made no longer have any affect on the appended data. Instead the AnalogWaveformPlotOptions or ComplexWaveformPlotOptions used to plot the original waveforms also apply to the appended waveforms.
      Additionally, if you plot an analog or complex waveform on the waveform graph and you use a plot method with an options parameter, the DefaultWaveformPlotOptions or DefaultComplexWaveformPlotOptions properties no longer update to the values you specified in options.
    • When deploying a Web application that uses licensed Measurement Studio components, you can no longer license those components by copying their .lic files to the deployed system. Instead, you must either build and deploy an App_Licenses.dll file, or you must install and activate a valid version of Measurement Studio on the deployed system. Refer to the Licensing Your Web Application section of the Deploying Measurement Studio Web Applications topic for information on building an App_Licenses.dll file.
    • Measurement Studio support for Visual Studio 2010 does not include the following obsolete types: NationalInstruments.AnalogWaveform, NationalInstruments.AnalogWaveformSample, and NationalInstruments.AnalogWaveformSampleCollection. These members have been obsolete since Measurement Studio 8.1; however, Measurement Studio support for Visual Studio 2005 and Visual Studio 2008 will continue to include them.


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