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Address Update of Arrays with More than 16 Values

Last updated: 2018-08-01
How to read an array with more than 16 values?
You first need to start the CANape database editor (choose Editor from the Database menu, or press [F6])

In the database editor, choose Settings database/Map files from the Tools menu.

Click on Map File(s) and then on Edit.

Go to Options and set the value in Maximal array size field to at least the size of the array you wish to view.

Click [OK], then close the database editor.

Save the changes made in the A2L file.

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