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AUTOSAR (AUTomotive Open System ARchitecture) is a worldwide development partnership of major automotive industry OEMs and suppliers, as well as tool and software companies. The goal of the partnership is to establish and develop a global standard encompassing a common software architecture, application interfaces, and methodologies for developing embedded software for …
A Big Step Forward
A click is all it takes to generate software code for the highest demands using ASCET. That has long been the case. But the new ASCET-DEVELOPER can do even more. It raises model-based development of embedded systems to a new level of safety, security, and productivity.
Authors: Abhik Dey, Product Manager ASCET, ETAS GmbH and
This server upgrade contains the support for the Flexera FlexNet API V18.104.22.168. The following information is of relevance to customers using concurrent or user based license. Machine based licenses are not affected. License server from other tool vendors are not affected by this upgrade. This new ETAS license server provides support of Windows® 2016 server and supports all previous ETAS license manager …
When building a project in ASCET-DEVELOPER there may appear the error message 'Entry class shall be static'. In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS) provides a step by step guide to get rid of this error.
ETAS ASCET-DEVELOPER is a tool for modelbased development of application software for embedded systems. ASCET-DEVELOPER has been specifically designed to produce products in high volumes, at low cost, to industry standards and with zero defects. ASCET-DEVELOPER enables software engineers to build high-performance, lowoverhead, easily maintainable, safe, and secure embedded software. ASCET models can be developed in Embedded Software …
In a module I want to use a class which exists outside of this module package. In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS) provides a step by step guide about how to implement this.
In case you want to transfer you ASCET-DEVELOPER project to another computer: In this articel, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS), guides you step by step through the procedure.
In case you are looking for documentation regarding ETAS ESDL: In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS) points you to the ETAS ESDL User Guide including the Language Reference.
Editing the name directly in the ESDL file will not update the related references. In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS), shows how to rename an element and all the according references.
Did you import an "ASCET 6 Model into ASCET Eclipse Workspace" and receive the error message "[ERR ] (A2EU01) Conversion of component '...' of type '...' is not supported."?
In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS) provides further information regarding this issue.
I heard that people are running (like crazy) after a feature in ASCET-DEVELOPER they call FMU export. In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS), provides instructions regarding how to export an ASCET model to an fmu file and how to import it in ETAS COSYM.