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Warning message while communicating DM6437 EVM with PC through Host application
I am barani. I am working with DM6437 EVM. I tried to run the Host-Side demo application batch file. I connected the EVM board to the PC thorugh a router. When i selected the discover button, the EVM board's IP address and MAC are getting displayed.
When i give Connect, the status bar displays as Connected, Playing. But when i see the java script window at the same time it displays a warning message as follows,
Main.js> warning: failed to read target statistics. Reason: JavaException: java.net.Socket Exception: connection rest by peer: socket wire error.
I am not getting any messages under Target messages area as displayed in Getting started guide page no- 3-7.
The DVDSK version i am using is dvdsk_1_01_00_15. The host side appilication version is v0.51.00.
Why the java script showing this message. Kindly help in this case. I am unable to proceed with the application.
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