The MOST Master Transform configures the MOST Transforms available with the MxSuite (MOST Transmit Driver, MOST Receive Driver, and MOST VNode Transform).

 

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1.Select the MOST Master Transform from the MxTransIt Toolbox.

2.Use the Select K2l generated .xml dll files property to specify the XML and DLL files.

3.Set the following properties:

a.MOST Node Address

b.MOST Mode (Master or Slave)

 

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Configuring the Transform – Loading the MOST XML Catalog and the K2L MAG Generated DLL File

Use this procedure to configure the MOST Master Transform:

1.In the MOST Master Transform's Select K2L Generated dll File property, click on the browse button (MM3) to display the MOST Master Configuration form.

 

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Note: By default, one tab with 3 sub tabs are available. The Outer Tab represents the module name. The first sub tab (TxDriver) represents the MOST Transmit Driver transform, the second sub tab (RxDriver) represents the MOST Receive Driver transform and the third sub tab (VNode) represents the MOST VNode Transform. The table below these tabs displays which Fblock and Instance Id is selected by the Transform.

2. For Select MOST Message Xml Path, click the Add button to open the file open dialog.
 
In the file open dialog, browse to the location where MOST catalog XML files (such as GIS361Function.xml) are stored. Select the appropriate XML file and click Open. The catalog path is listed in the Select MOST Catalog Xml Path list.

 

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3 .Similarly you can select Function DLL by clicking add button of "Select Function Dll Path".

 

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4.Click on the Load (MM7) button to load selected files. When it is loaded 'Load' button is disabled.

 

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5.Select a module tab and right-click to show the tool menu for the corresponding module.

 

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Configure Transform

1.Select any module tab and select any Transform sub tab inside. Click the Configuration button to open configuration for each transform.

 

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2.Select FBlocks and click OK.

 

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The selected Fblocks with selected instances are added to the table for the selected Transform.

 

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Rename Module

 

1.Right-click on a module tab and select Rename Module to rename a module.

 

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2.Enter a new name and click OK.

 

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Disable VNode Transform

 

1.Right-click on a module tab and select 'Disable VNode Transform' to disable a VNode transform inside that module.

 

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Enable VNode Transform

 

1.Right-click on a module tab and select 'Enable VNode Transform' to enable a transform.

 

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Disable Module Transform

1.Right-click on a module tab and select  'Disable Module' to disable a module transform.

 

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Add Modules

1.Right-click on a module tab and select ' Add Module' to add a new module tab.

 

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     NOTE: In the figure above, 'Module1' is a newly added instance of a module Transform. You can add multiple module tabs/module Transforms.

 

Remove Module Transform

 

1.Right-click on a module tab and select 'Remove Module ' to remove a Transform.

 

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Viewing Configured Transforms

 

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Double-click on the MOST Master Transform in the MxTransIt Harness window to open a new tab and display configured module Transforms.

 

Module Transforms in the Mx-TransIt Editor

Module Transforms in the Mx-TransIt Editor

 

Double-click on a module Transform in the MxTransIt Harness window to open a new tab and display configured driver Transforms.

 

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Right-click on the driver Transforms to display the context menu and export the ports. The exported ports appear as ports on the module Transforms.

 

A Module Transform with Ports

A Module Transform with Ports

Right-click on module Transforms to display the context menu and export the ports. The exported ports appear as ports on the MOST Master Transform.

 

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Right-click on the master Transform to display the context menu and export the ports that are necessary for testing.

Click the Save button on the MxTransIt toolbar to save the Harness.

Configuring the Network Master

1.In the MOST Master Transform's property box, under 'Network Master Configuration,' set MOST Mode to Master.

2.Set the node address of the MOST Bus Node in the MOST Node Address property.

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In the MOST Master Transform's Select K2L Generated dll File property, click on the browse button (MM3) to display the MOST Master Configuration form.

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Double-click on an IPC module Transform to open a new Harness tab. The first VNode Transform has network master Signals. Export the Signals.

Network Master Ports on a VNode Transform

Network Master Ports on a VNode Transform

When the Module*StartStopNetworkMaster Signal transitions to On (1) it starts the network master. The network master stops when it transitions to Off (0).

The Module*StartStopNetworkMaster Signal in a Test Case

The Module*StartStopNetworkMaster Signal in a Test Case