I have licensed copies of CCS4 and CCS5, and I can use both to debug my 28335 projects (using a signum systems JTAGjet-TMS). I recently bought a MityDSP OMAPL138 dev-board and a signum-systems JTAGjet-CCS for debugging, and when I attempt to debug, I receive the following error from CCS5:
The Code Composer Studio license that you are using only allows the following connection types: -XDS100 class emulators, simulators, EVMs/DSKs/ezDSP, etc.
So I have 2 questions:
1) If my license only allowed the above, why does it work with my JTAGjet-TMS (on the 28335)?
2) What is the cost to upgrade my license to support the JTAGjet-ccs (for the OMAP)?
did you purchase a license? The XDS100 is actually free to use with CCS which is why you never got a complaint with the XDS100.
See this wiki for more information and keep us informed.
We purchased 2 CCS4 licenses some time ago, and we have been using them with the SIgnum-systems JTAG-jet-TMS for a while. They were purchased before I got here, but they believe they were "full-blown" copies. We got CCS5 through the TI free-upgrade a few months ago, and I just got around to trying it. Shouldn't the free CCS5 upgrades be complete licenses also?
are they node locked or floating licenses? If you had an active subscription and did the upgrade, then yes you should have a full v5 license (which by the way also works with v4).
What if you do the following. Go to Help->Code Composer Studio Licensing Information. Go to the manage tab and select "Launch License Setup". Try pointing CCS to your full license.
Please keep us informed.
That was it -- my CCS5 copy was not properly licensed.
glad to hear. All the best with development.
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