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Import of DTCs in SAE format from Excel fails

Last updated: 2014-11-25
Excel file contains DTC numbers like "B1BFE". Import reports errors in output window like "TroubleCode 728062 has length 20. Allowed maximum bitlength is 16."
Provide DTCs in hex format. E.g. replace leading "P0" by "0x0", ... "P3" by 0x3", "C0" by "0x4", ... "B0" by "0x8", ... "U0" by "0xC", "U3" by "0xF".

Upgrade to CANdelaStudio 7.5 SP2.

Numbers like "B123456" are both valid hex and SAE DTC numbers. CANdelaStudio expects the more general hex format.

Starting from CANdelaStudio 7.5 SP2 (and 7.1 SP3 Patch 3 of Import), DTC strings of length 5 or 7 characters and starting with one of "PCBU" are handled as SAE DTCs.

Examples: in CANdelaStudio 7.5 SP2, "123456" (6 characters), "E123456" (7 characters, starting with "E") and "0xB123456" ("0x" prefix) are still treated as hex format. But "B123456" (7 characters, starting with "B") is treated as SAE format.

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