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Internet Applications in Labview

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9780130141446

ISBN10:
0130141445
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Pub. Date:
5/1/2000
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall
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Summary

LabVIEW Internet Applications explains in detail how to connect instrumentation systems to the Internet or an intranet using LabVIEW and current Internet technologies. Requiring some prior basic knowledge of LabVIEW, but little knowledge of Internet technologies, it guides students step-by-step through the essentials of all the relevant technologiesincluding HTML, CGI, Java, ActiveX, DataSocket, Internet security, and more. Students quickly and easily learn how to set up virtually any LabVIEW program to be monitored or controlled from a Web browser.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
Part I Introduction to Internetworking LabView
Remote Virtual Instrumentation
3(16)
Introduction
3(2)
Virtual Instrumentation, LabVIEW, and the Internet
5(1)
Why Networked Instrumentation
5(7)
Overview of LabVIEW Features for Internet Applications
12(7)
Internet Technology: A Primer
19(36)
Overview
19(1)
Networks and the Internet
20(8)
The TCP/IP Protocol
28(24)
FAQs
52(3)
Client-Server Applications with LabVIEW
55(36)
Overview
55(1)
Client-Server Models for LabVIEW
56(3)
TCP Client-Servers in Practice for LabVIEW
59(19)
UDP Client-Server in LabVIEW
78(6)
The Remote DAQ Server
84(4)
FAQs
88(3)
The VI Server
91(32)
What Is the VI Server?
91(23)
Using the VI Server for Client-Server and Distributed Computing Applications
114(2)
FAQs
116(7)
DataSocket
123(38)
Overview of DataSocket
123(9)
Using DataSocket VIs in LabVIEW
132(22)
FAQs
154(7)
Part II LabVIEW and the Web
How the World Wide Web Works
161(34)
Overview
161(1)
The Technologies of the Web
162(29)
Putting It All Together: Web Technologies at Work
191(2)
FAQs
193(2)
Publishing Web Documents with LabVIEW
195(36)
Overview
195(1)
Creating Web Documents from LabVIEW
196(22)
Accessing Web Documents from LabVIEW
218(8)
A Summary of the LabVIEW-Web Capabilities
226(1)
FAQs
227(4)
Advanced Web Technologies: An Overview
231(34)
CGI and Forms
232(3)
Java Applets
235(5)
ActiveX Controls
240(4)
JavaScript
244(4)
ActiveServer Pages (ASP)
248(2)
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
250(1)
Document Object Model (DOM)
251(1)
Dynamic HTML (DHTML)
252(1)
XML (eXtensible Markup Language)
253(3)
Multimedia and Plug-Ins on the Web
256(3)
E-commerce
259(6)
Using CGI with LabVIEW
265(50)
Overview of CGI
265(4)
Some More Background on CGI
269(20)
LabVIEW and CGI Applications
289(23)
FAQs
312(3)
Using ActiveX with LabVIEW
315(34)
ActiveX Overview
315(2)
LabVIEW and ActiveX
317(11)
Controlling LabVIEW Over the Web with DataSocket and ActiveX Controls
328(19)
FAQs
347(2)
Using Java with LabVIEW
349(46)
Overview
349(1)
Java Programming
350(15)
Using the DataSocket JavaBean
365(26)
Other Techniques for Using Java and LabVIEW
391(3)
FAQs
394(1)
Network Security Issues and Solutions
395(38)
Overview of Net Security
395(8)
Security Considerations of LabVIEW Network Technologies
403(8)
Security Considerations of LabVIEW Web Technologies
411(18)
FAQs
429(4)
Part III LabVIEW and Other Internet Protocols
Using LabVIEW with Other Internet Protocols
433(48)
Overview
433(1)
E-Mail
434(24)
FTP
458(10)
Other Internet Protocols
468(9)
FAQs
477(4)
Part IV Practical Applications
Practical Considerations for LabVIEW Internet Applications
481(22)
Designing Internet-Enabled Virtual Instrumentation
481(9)
Databases and Other Related Stuff We Didn't Talk About
490(8)
Looking Ahead: The Future of Net-Enabled Instrumentation
498(5)
Real-World LabVIEW-Internet Applications
503(70)
LabVIEW as World Wide Web Server and Internet Interface to Operating Equipment
504(12)
Remote Test Monitoring with LabVIEW and DataSocket
516(6)
Programming Tools Give Internet-Based Instrumentation Extra Interactivity
522(21)
Remote Manipulation with LabVIEW for Educational Purposes
543(7)
Using Java Applets to Control DC Servo Dynanometer System Remotely
550(9)
Information Passing Over a LAN Using LabVIEW
559(7)
Process Control Over an Intranet with BridgeVIEW
566(7)
Appendix A CD-ROM Contents 573(4)
Appendix B Resources 577(4)
Appendix C References 581(4)
Glossary 585(10)
Index 595(6)
About the Author 601


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