Raima Database API – LabVIEW™
The Raima Database API for LabVIEW provides a database management solution for CompactRIO and Single-Board RIO devices.It is the first database API to deliver relational data management locally on real time CompactRIO devices.
The Raima Database APIfor LabVIEW allows LabVIEW programmers to quickly and easily design data management functionality into their LabVIEW programs.Raima’s VIs interface to RDM (Raima Database Manager, Raima’s mature, high-performance, multi-platform relational DBMS) on Windows, NI Linux Real-Time and real-time VxWorks. The VIPM package has been certified as Compatible with LabVIEW, and containsVIs, Example Finder, real-time modules, DLLs, help files and sample programs created specifically for LabVIEW programmers to reduce their learning curve and speed time to deployment.
One or more cRIO or sbRIO devices may store local data without requiring connectivity to external database servers.
Standalone operations is possible because the databases reside in the “LabVIEW Data” directory. Database(s) stored on one device may be shared, then used by other devices through TCP/IP. Events may be logged and queried, streams may
be captured, and configurations may be shared through Raima functions. Extended functionality is available by downloading the full RDM SDK for Windows (see Downloads page), making it possible to share data between Windows and cRIO devices.
RDM implements useful features like circular tables that can be queried by SQL to specifically meet embedded application needs.
Supported LabVIEW™ Versions:
LabView 2011, LabView 2012, LabView 2013
Pricing & Where to Buy
The Raima Database API for LabVIEW can be downloaded and purchased from the LabVIEW™ Tools Network site at www.ni.com/labviewtools/raima or directly from your Raima or NI Sales Representative.
VI Shots Interview
During NIWeek 2013, the Raima Database API for LabVIEW was awarded the LabVIEW Tools Network Embedded Systems Product of the Year Award. Michael Aivaliotis sat down with Scott Meder, the Director of Sales at Raima, to find out what this toolkit is and how LabVIEW application developers can take advantage of these capabilities in embedded systems. Listen to the audio below or go to the source at the VIShots Website:
Free Quick Start Assistance
Have you downloaded or installed the Raima Database API
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Windows, Compact RIO-9068 or CompactRIO-9024
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NOTE: Due to a known issue with VIPM on Windows 7 or 8,
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- Program data management functionality into applications deployed on cRIO or sbRIO devices
- Set of intuitive & easy-to-use database APIs callable from LabVIEW™’s familiar interface
- Local data management for logging, history and analysis
- Peer-to-Peer operation and data sharing with global query’s across all nodes in a system
- Supported LabVIEW™ versions
- Supported Operating Systems:
— Development Host: Windows
— Real-Time Targets: NI Linux Real-Time, RT VxWorks
Behind the Raima Database API for LabVIEW is Raima’s RDM database solution. RDM is a high-performance database management system that is optimized for operating systems commonly used within the embedded market. The database engine has been developed to utilize multi-core processors, run with minimal memory, and support both in-memory and on-disk storage. It provides a subset of the ANSI/ISO standard SQL (called Embedded SQL) that is suitable for running on a wide variety of computers and embedded operating systems which may have limited resources.
Multi-Core Scalability- Efficiently use threads with transaction processing to take advantage of multicore systems for optimal speed.
Multi-Versioning Concurrency Control (MVCC) – Implement readonly transactions to see a virtual snapshot of your embedded database while it is being concurrently updated.Avoids read locks to improve multiuser performance
Store Databases on RT Device, In-Memory or On-Disk – Configure your database to run completely on-disk, completely in-memory, or a hybrid of both. Local storage allows disconnected and/or synchronized data operation.
Windows/cRIO Interoperation – Create a database on Windows, use from both Windows and cRIO concurrently.
Share/Use Databases – A cRIO database may be shared, other cRIOs on same network can use it.
True Global Queries – Multiple shared databases may be opened together and queried as though they are one unified database.
LabVIEW Native Interface for Windows, NI Linux Real-Time or RT VxWorks – Program and test your LabVIEW program on Windows, then move it to Linux or VxWorks for operation. Native interface is based on ODBC API.
Security – Select AES 128, 192 0r 256 bit encryption.
- Maximum Databases Open Simultaneously: No Limit
- Maximum Records Per Database: No Limit
- Maximum Size of Database File: Limited only by file system
- Maximum Tables Per Database: No Limit
- Maximum Records Per Table: No Limit
- Maximum Keys Per Database: No Limit
- Maximum Record Size: 32K (excluding BLOB or VARCHAR)
- Maximum Tables Per Database: No Limit
- Maximum Fields Per Table: No Limit
- Maximum Size of Keys: 242 Bytes
- RAM Requirements: Minimum 50K, User configurable
- Development Host: Windows
- Real-Time Targets: VxWorks (, NI Linux Real-Time)
Modes of Operation
- Multi Process
- Multi Computers
- Clear (default)
- AES 128-bit
- AES 192-bit
- AES 256-bit
Quick Start Assistance:
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- By phone: +1 (206) 748-5210
National Instruments does not provide technical support for third-party add-ons. For technical support, contact Raima, Inc. at:
Web site: Support
Benefits of support include:
- Support provided through Raima Monday through Friday 8am PT to 4pm PT
- One Named Caller
- Unlimited Number of Incidents
- Response – Next Business Day
- Online Product Documentation
- Online Technical Forum
- Online Incident Tracking & Updates
- Customer Determined Incident Severity Level
- Incident Escalation Process
- Critical Patch Notification
- Patch Distribution
- Updates (i.e. 1.1 to 1.2 – change to right of decimal point)
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16.3. Survival. The terms of this Agreement that by their nature should survive termination of this Agreement shall survive termination of this Agreement including, without limitation, the provisions concerning protection of Confidential Information, disclaimers, indemnification, and limitations of liability.
16.4. Counterparts; Facsimile. This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts, all of which taken together will constitute a single instrument. This Agreement may be executed and delivered electronically or by facsimile transmission.
16.5. Notice in General. All notices, requests, and other communications under this Agreement will be in writing and, or to such other addresses as provided in writing by a Party. Unless otherwise provided, notice will be effective on the date it is officially recorded as delivered by return receipt or its equivalent.
16.6. Notice Regarding Insolvency or Bankruptcy. In the event that a Party becomes insolvent, files a petition in bankruptcy, has such a petition filed against it, determines to file a petition in bankruptcy, or receives notice of a third party’s intention to file an involuntary petition in bankruptcy, such Party will immediately notify the other Party in writing.
16.7. Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between Raima and Licensee with respect to this subject matter and supersedes any prior agreements or communications concerning this subject matter. This Agreement may only be changed, or any rights under it waived, by an amendment, in writing, signed by both Parties.
16.8. Reservation of Rights. In addition to any specific right or remedy under this Agreement, Raima reserves all other rights and remedies available at law or equity.
16.9. Force Majeure. Neither Party to this Agreement, other than for payments due, will be liable to the other for any failure or delay in performance under this Agreement due to circumstances beyond its reasonable control including, without limitation, natural disasters, war, terrorist threat, or government action; provided that if either Party is unable to perform its obligations under this Agreement for one of these reasons, it shall give prompt written notice thereof to the other Party and the time for performance, if any, shall be deemed to be extended for a period equal to the duration of the conditions preventing performance.
MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT
Provided that Licensee elects to pay an annual fee for Maintenance and Support, the services outlined below will be available for Licensee during the Support period (12 months):
1. Support Covered by This Agreement. The following services are maintenance and support services are available:
a) Support provided through Raima Monday through Friday 8am PT to 4pm PT
b) One Named Caller
c) Unlimited Number of Incidents
d) Response Time – Next Business Day
e) Online Product Documentation
f) Online Technical Forum
g) Online Incident Tracking & Updates
h) Customer Determined Incident Severity Level
i) Incident Escalation Process
j) Critical Patch Notification
k) Patch Distribution
l) Updates (i.e. 1.1 to 1.2 – change to right of decimal point)
2. Support Not Covered by This Agreement. Raima has no obligation under this Agreement to support the following:
a) Altered or modified Products or a combination of Products with software, hardware or other applications not covered by this Agreement.
b) Errors or problems created by Licensee’s, misuse of the Products or problems resulting from hardware malfunction or by a malfunction in other software not provided by Raima.
c) Questions concerning the adaptation or modification of Licensee’s Products, questions concerning third-party products, and questions concerning development usage.
d) Third-Party Software or OSS provided to Licensee by Raima with a Product or Documentation.
e) Licensee’s use of a Product that is not licensed under the Agreement.
3. Licensee’s Responsibilities. Licensee acknowledges and agrees to comply with all support and maintenance procedures, policies and manuals (“Raima Support Policies”) provided by Raima to Licensee with any Product or corresponding Documentation under the Agreement. Licensee will designate one or more Employees, who will be trained and knowledgeable concerning the Product(s) and the Raima Support Policies to be responsible for contacting Raima for telephone support. Licensee agrees to furnish written descriptions of any malfunctions in the form requested by a Raima Customer Support Engineer. Licensee agrees to assist Raima’s efforts to duplicate any errors or problems in Licensee’s Applications.