We are doing some application using MFC, in which i have to scan the JTAG and check how many devices are connected to it. So is there any way to do so. Please help.
Since you mentioned "Parallel Debug Manager", I assume you are using CCSv3.3 or earlier (next time please state what exact version you are using).
If you want to scan the JTAG, you don't need code to the PDM. You can run some command line diagnostics tool that scans the JTAG scan path and parse the output. There are various diagnostics tools and you'll have to use the right one depending on the emulator being used. Please state what emulator you are using, including the vendor (for future reference, please provide as much details about your environment when posting a question. It helps speed up getting an answer for you).
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Thanks for your replay.
To your information we are using the eZdsp 2808 board from digital spectrum to flash the data. We are using the inbuilt JTAG as connecting device. It will be great if you let us know is there any command line utility is available for the same board to scan the number of devices connected to the JTAG and program them according to that.
Thanks and Regards,
Spectrum Digital provides a utility call SDConfig:
I've only used it via the GUI. There may be a way to run it all command line. I would contact Spectrum Digital to see if this is an option.
Thanks for replay!
But i don't think they have it through the command line utility. And in this case some congiguration file SD will load into the board and we are not able to fine that configuration file. Still if you get any extra information on the same it will be helpfull to us.
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