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Creation of CANoe Configuration with Multiple Buses Based on the Same Database

Last updated: 2019-12-11

How can I generate multiple buses based on the same database?


Add a suffix to the bus and the DB alias name in the simulation. It is required to assign each database only once to each network. Hence, copies of the database have to be created on the file system.


  1. Make copies of the database on the file system
  2. These can then be used in the networks
  3. The DB alias naming can be realized by using suffixes ("Powertrain_1", "Powertrain_2").
  4. Proceed analogously with the network names ("Network_1", "Network_2")

By this you can achieve a distinctive signal and message qualification inside CANoe.

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