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LabVIEW projects are files that reference VIs, files necessary for those VIs to run properly, and supplemental files such as documentation or related links. You can use folders and libraries to group items in a hierarchy.
LabVIEW projects provide a system-level view of the files an application requires. The LabVIEW Project Explorer helps developers easily find and organize files from within the development environment and provides functionality that addresses the challenges of managing and developing large LabVIEW applications.
Use LabVIEW projects to group together LabVIEW files and other files and to integrate with source code control providers. You can also use LabVIEW projects to prevent cross-linking by qualifying common VI names using project libraries for name spacing and to help you with large application development.
Refer to the LabVIEW Help for more information about LabVIEW projects.
Configure TestStand steps to execute code modules specified in a LabVIEW project if the test system meets any of the following conditions:
Chapter 11, Calling LabVIEW VIs, of the Getting Started with TestStand manual