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Creation of a J1939 Parameter Group (PG)

Last updated: 2018-10-25
Why is it not possible to create a J1939 parameter group (PG) but only to create messages with Extended IDs?
In the CAN database file (DBC) the attribute “ProtocolType” of the network has to be set to the value “J1939” in order to have the Vector tools like CANoe/CANalyzer recognize this database and handle the J1939 messages and signals with their appropriate meaning and interpretation. This applies to CANoe/CANalyzer version 5.2 or higher.

The creation of PGs also requires the program option J1939.

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