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You can execute a VI before or after a build for a stand-alone application, .NET interop assembly, shared library, or source distribution.
(Real-Time Module) You can execute a VI before or after a build for a stand-alone real-time application.
The following examples demonstrate use cases for executing a pre-build VI, which is a VI that runs before a build:
|Note Changes you make when VIs are open do not save. If you copy VIs from source control, make sure you close the VIs before you make a copy before a build.|
The following examples demonstrate use cases for running a post-build VI, which is a VI that runs after a build:
If the VIs you want to execute before or after a build do not already exist in the project, click the appropriate Generate VI button on the Pre/Post Build Actions page to create these VIs.