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How to Use vFlash Automation in CANoe

Last updated: 2018-11-26
How can I use vFlash in CANoe?

For testing purposes, it is possible to use vFlash in a CANoe configuration (please note that a vFlash license is necessary). A vFlash node layer DLL provides the CAPL functions to access the vFlash Automation Interface.

You can find a CANoe configuration example in both vFlash and CANoe installations:

  1. CANoe: Using the online Help

  2. vFlash: In the installation


Note 1:

A vFlash Automation example can be found in vFlash installation

Note 2:

The vFlash Automation Interface requires a previously created vFlash Pack&Go project file as input. It contains all communication related settings. Therefore the CANoe vFlash example based on CAN can easily be used for DoIP also. You just have to use an appropriate vFlashPack.

For more information, please see vFlash Online help:

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