Requires: Internet Toolkit. This topic might not match its corresponding palette in LabVIEW depending on your operating system, licensed product(s), and target.
The LabVIEW Internet Toolkit provides you with the ability to incorporate Internet capabilities into VIs. You can use LabVIEW to build CGI programs and URLs, send and receive data using the Telnet protocol, store and retrieve files from FTP servers, publish VIs to the Web, and remotely control VIs from a Web browser.
|Note The Internet Toolkit includes the G Web Server for backward compatibility. National Instruments recommends you use the LabVIEW Web Server to run VIs on the Web.|
Use the Internet Toolkit VIs to view and control VIs from a Web browser, incorporate access control and security in servers, create CGI applications, send files or raw data to an FTP server, and convert VIs into Internet-ready applications.
|G Web Server Control VI||Programmatically tests the state of the G Web Server. The VI also can load and start, or stop and unload server VIs.|
|CGI VIs||Use the CGI VIs to build and execute CGI applications, to publish front panel images to the Web, and to maintain client-state information with HTTP cookies.|
|FTP VIs||Use the FTP VIs to send and retrieve raw data and files to and from an FTP server.|
|Telnet VIs||Use the Telnet VIs to send and receive data through Telnet connections.|
|URL Client VIs||Use the URL Client VIs to write and edit URLs and to retrieve document URLs.|
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