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Problems in a LabView program using the internet

Problems in a LabView program using the internet

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Hello!


My group have developed a program using LabView to remotely control an coupled oscillators experiment trought the internet.
Thr program works just fine when we run in the computer (saved program in the pc). But we have put that program in a website and it does not work very well... When we do the running the data which appears in charts don't correspond to the real ones because they are compressed and distorted; the time that is counting passes really slow. When I do "Release Control" it's magic :P It runs like in the computer that is connected to the devices. When I regain the control, the situations becomes like before.

Does anybody know how can I fix this problem?


I'm using LabView 7.2


Thanks a lot,

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