Controller application

  • 04-Sep-2009 02:26 EDT
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Version 7.2 of Vector’s XML CANoe.J1939 automatically generates an executable test feature set configuration for CANoe.J1939 based on basic inputs such as the controller application address and a list of transmitting and receiving parameter groups. The result is improved network stability and fewer iterative cycles in integration. CANoe.J1939 simplifies compliance tests for application developers and system integrators. Adding application-specific tests to the created test feature set configuration also is simplified. A revised and updated onboard diagnostics (OBD) II compliance test configuration is available with version 7.2 and checks the vehicle for OBD II compatibility. An OBD inspection and maintenance monitor supports various diagnostic messages and triggers system tests if necessary, enabling developers to implement and check system tests with a single tool.

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