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How to Use Some_IP IL to Access to a Method that Is Not Defined in ARXML

Last updated: 2018-06-19
Question:
How can I use the Some_IP IL to access to a method that is not defined in my ARXML?
Answer:
The SomeIP_ResponseSimulation_no_ARXML configuration contains a simulation setup that simulates a consumer (ECUnoARXML) requesting in two different manners a method which is not defined within a FIBEX/ARXML.
This example is not based on any FIBEX/ARXML file.
  • The simulated camera provides the response to the method request.
  • The method response is processed by the consumer using the CAPL callback interface <OnSomeIpMethodResponse>.

  

Note:
Find other available examples in the Overview Example Configurations for SOME/IP Simulation.

 
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2018-06-19
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