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Scripts and Functions
2019-01-21 How to Access CAN Signals with a Script?
Question: How to access CAN signals with a script? Answer: It is not possible to get the value of a CAN signal directly because unlike CCP/XCP the CAN protocol does not support this. There are two options: The first possibility: Using the keyword "mbuffer[x]" in the script. "mbuffer[x]"...
2019-01-21 rating Views: 11051
2018-10-04 How to Run Scripts in CANape?
Question: How to run scripts in CANape? Answer: There are different ways how scripts can be executed in CANape: in CANape task manager [Tools |Task Manager…] with a link in a panel object within functions and scripts with CallScript("Demo.scr"); from CANape 16.0 onwards there is also...
2018-10-04 rating Views: 6208
2018-10-10 Accessing CAN Signal that Exists Several Times
Question: How to access CAN signals when the signal name exists more than one time? Answer: In the DBC file a CAN signal exists more than one time with different CAN message IDs. To access this signal via a script/function you have to use the message and the signal name. Syntax for working...
2018-10-10 rating Views: 2678
2018-10-16 Dynamical Access to Signal Names
Question: My signal names only differs in an index, like channel1, channel2, etc. Is it possible to access the different signal names dynamically in a script instead of accessing each signal with a separate command? Answer: Yes, it is possible to access dynamically to the signals with the...
2018-10-16 rating Views: 820
2018-11-07 Missing Library Functions
Question: I cannot use the library functions in CANape, e. g. for calculating a virtual measurement signal. The functions are missing. Answer: If the library functions are missing, the global function library of CANape is not installed correctly. Therefore it has to be installed...
2018-11-07 rating Views: 434
2019-11-08 Monitoring Signal Availability in CANape
Support Note: The following Support Note describes an example of one practical way of monitoring signals from different devices with the help of a function inside CANape. The function comes in handy when monitoring the correct functionality of a device while measuring (logging) for longer...
2019-11-08 rating Views: 210