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J-Link Program Startup

TomU
23-Emerald IV

J-Link Program Startup

All,

Is it possible to tie a specific J-Link program to a specific part so
that anytime that part is used the related J-Link program runs
automatically, or do the programs have to be generally tied to Proe all
the time regardless of what parts are in use? Do I need to play games
where one program is running all the time (started at Proe startup) and
then this program checks to see if there is a part specific program that
needs to be run for each part that's opened? If unique J-Link programs
can be tied to specific parts, how does one configure the protk.dat file
for this, and what happens if the part changes names (or is duplicated)?
Thanks!

Tom Uminn

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bfrandsen
6-Contributor
(To:TomU)

Tom,
This is possible. Take a look at the section: "Setting Up a Model Program"
in the J-Link User Guide.
/Bjarne



Tom Uminn <tuminn@continentaltooling.com>
09-03-2011 21:29
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All,
Is it possible to tie a specific J-Link program to a specific part so that
anytime that part is used the related J-Link program runs automatically,
or do the programs have to be generally tied to Proe all the time
regardless of what parts are in use? Do I need to play games where one
program is running all the time (started at Proe startup) and then this
program checks to see if there is a part specific program that needs to be
run for each part that's opened? If unique J-Link programs can be tied to
specific parts, how does one configure the protk.dat file for this, and
what happens if the part changes names (or is duplicated)? Thanks!
Tom Uminn

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