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2019-03-04 Merging two Databases with CANdb++
Merging DBC databases is not possible with CANdb++ Editor. You need for that: a CANdb++ ADMIN.J1939 license that is also adapted for non J1939 Network or the Vector Network Designer Following the description how to merge two DBC databases into one with CANdb++ ADMIN.J1939: Open the...
2019-03-04 rating Views: 10800
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2019-05-10 Multiplexor or Multiplexed Singal(s) in CANdb++
Question: How to create multiplexor or multiplexed signal(s) in CANdb++? Answer: Create a signal and a message Add the signal to the message Right click on the signal within the message and select Edit Mapped Signal in the context menu. Go to Definition tab and select a...
2019-05-10 rating Views: 6316
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2019-05-13 Export of a Network into a XML File
Question: How to export a network into a XML File? Answer: To export a network into a XML file, select the network in the Explorer Tree, i. e. motbus in the example below and open the context menu with a right mouse click. Select Export | Into XML File
2019-05-13 rating Views: 3337
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2019-02-27 Converter Availability from ARXML to DBC
Question: Is there a converter from ARXML to DBC available? Answer: Vector tools support both formats natively. A conversion is not needed. Therefore no converter is available from Vector. Note: Especially newer AUTOSAR ARXML versions (>= 4.2.x) contain new sending methods/concepts...
2019-02-27 rating Views: 2941