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Every time when you create a new element in the block diagram editor in ASCET then there is the properties dialog for this element showing up automatically. While this behavior is the default behavior there might be situation when you do not want to let this dialog show up all the time.
In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS), describes how you can turn this behaviour on and off.
Creating several components with similar names or the same prefix works like a charm with naming rules in ISOLAR-A.
In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS) provides the single steps one has to take to define her own naming rule in ISOLAR-A.
Learn how to change the font properties of text in block diagrams in ASCET for better overview and usability.
More videos are available on our ETAS YouTube Channel.
ISOLAR-A V9.4 comes with a bran new feature called Report Generation. It let's you generate Excel reports regarding different AUTOSAR use cases with just a few mouse clicks.
In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS), shows you these few mouse clicks.
ASCET-SCM V6.1.4 Hotfix 3
This hotfix contains the most current bug fixes for ASCET-SCM V6.1.4. The functionality of the bug fixes has been thoroughly tested and guaranteed. However, this hotfix has not been subject to the complete release tests of ASCET. Therefore, it is not possible to guarantee the usual high quality standards for this hotfix.
ETAS GmbH accepts no further obligation in relation to this …
Messages form the input and output variables of processes and are used for inter-process communication. Unlike global variables, messages are protected variables in preemptive scheduling. If two concurrent processes both access the same message, data consistency is guaranteed, because each process works on its own copy. In this article, Steffen Roser (Support Engineer at ETAS), describes how to use arrays, matrices or records as message.