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A customer is attempting to use our Fusion Digital Power Manufacturing Tool (FUSION_MFR_GUI). In the “Where to Start” document of the install, three sections are mentioned:
In the case of the latest software release (Ver 1.2.95), second latest release (Ver 1.2.89), and even the first release (Ver 1.2.58), the Task Developer User Guide (File: Manuf GUI – Task Developer.doc) is not made available.
In the Digital Power Manufacturing Tool GUI, if the user navigates to menu bar’s Help -> Developer, a dialog box appears, reading “User guide is currently in development”. The user has attempted to load the DLLs located in “C:\Program Files (x86)\Texas Instruments Fusion Digital Power Manufacturing Tool\Factory\Tasks”, but this threw a run-time error. Does a preliminary user guide or any manual for the Task Developer process exist, as well as an example of its use? Anything to help the customer get started would be of value. Eventually, the customer is looking to automate the procedures manually executed by designers in a MATLAB environment, which is why the .NET functionality is required.
1. If you launch MFR GUI, the Task library located in the "C:\Program Files (x86)\Texas Instruments Fusion Digital Power Manufacturing Tool\Factory\Tasks" folder is currently loaded to the program. You don't need to load those libraries. That is why you get the error message "Cannot install the same library that is currently in use...". The install library menu is used when you load a new different libraries than the current ones
2, The "Developer" is for TI users only. If you need to do automation, you can use Fusion API (http://software-dl.ti.com/analog/analog_public_sw/fusion/TI-Fusion-API-1.8.272.exe), that comes with document and examples
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