I found a link that provides a step by step example of creating a wrapper for a GPIB function, this is the same process I used with VISA, and you could follow it to make your own wrapper for the functions you need. Also note that Java may not recognize Windows-specific issues missing drivers, insufficient user privileges, wrong DLL version and will report about general error. Another nice part is that Python is very similar to Matlab in handling vectors, matrices and plotting. Sign up using Facebook. Thanks for your response, but I’m still having problems. Message 4 of 9.
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JPIB: a Java API for GPIB Devices
Message 3 of 9. The subject is very interesting.
Any other ideas as to what I can try next to get this working? Is there any library etc.
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Instrument Control (GPIB, Serial, VISA, IVI)
All other files I removed. At one point I created enough of a wrapper using the Java Native Interface just to see if I could do it. Also working directory can be specified in the same tab, avoiding absolute path, but for the first time absolute path is simple and less error-prone.
Could anyone jvaa any experience or info about Jni and Visa? Message 8 of 9.
Message 1 of 9. Is there a better way of importing this API into my project? Is there something else that I need to do to be able to use the API? Sign up using Facebook. This should work e. Then specify in VM arguments field: Does it matter where the DLL is saved on my computer?
I then clicked on add external libraries and added the JPIB. When I try to load the library, I get the error java. Instead of using Java look into using Python. I wish I had a better answer for you.