Is there any sort of way to disable "calculation overflow" from making a log in the system log in an IQAN 3, MD4 application?
I know that I should probably make my program not have calculation overflows in math and J1939 output channels in the first place, but when these errors pop up, despite the best programming intentions, and are logged, it worries the customer, who usually thinks something is wrong with the machine.
I have a block of code that worked well under v3.19 that is missbehaving under v4.00.
A MC31 master is receving J1939 frames from another non Parker device. In debug mode the frames are "green", meaning no timeout situation. The associated J1939 parameter is "red" and I am getting the replacment value. I first tough it must be a J1939 error check, so put the J1939 error check to "no". Same situation, no change, parameter is "red".
If I remove the scaling and offset ot that J1939 parameter, it works, and becomes "green"! I then need to do the scalling/offsetting in a math channel. This is not normal! Please advise.
Thanks for your help.
I have learned to use Qcode and its great tool to make your program more simple.
However, I noticed that when you add many functions inside same channel (like MAC),
the Component Count value in Project statics increases a lot even it should be less than before? Example before I had 5 different MAC channel what I add in same MAC channel using Qcode, still Component Count value increased even it should be less than before?
When you want to optimize your program running power what method gives best result;
-Add many functions in same channel or keeps functions separate in own channels?
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The jpins are configured for error checking, 0 error value.
The jfin is red with an unassigned error.
I think maybe this is caused by how I made a new function group and a new j1939 module, but I perhaps have not linked them correctly, or does this sound like another issue?
I checked through some of the forums to see a similar issue, and I saw a person had disabled the error checking as a workaround. I am hoping not to do that.
in some situations when a connection with a PC or modem is not an option, customer need to give the driver/enduser access through the display to certain adjust, measure or log items.
To have a kind of restriction or limitation, it would be nice if this access could be limited in time.
If the Pin code channel would accept integer values, the Pin could be a function of the actual date or other values. So if someone calls in with a problem, the service engineer at the OEM can do some mental arithmetics. In case of a date based Pin-Code it will be void on the next day.
Is there a way to change the icon color for conditional messages? I'm getting Red for 'Warning' and yellow for 'Alarm'. Since Alarm is higher than warning, I'd rather the Alarm be red and the warning be yellow....
The biggest reason why it is difficult to re-organize a code after the fact are all the external references of the objects. If we decide to move them into a new or existing function group to help clean-up the code all those connections are lost and we need hours to re-create them. That is if we where smart enough to first identify them. More specifically I am referring to:
It would be so much nicer if those connections could be kept.
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