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 ui_timingcon_file  

Last post Wed, May 1 2013 12:33 PM by BobD. 3 replies.
Started by ErezBS 27 Apr 2013 01:04 PM. Topic has 3 replies and 783 views
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  • Sat, Apr 27 2013 1:04 PM

    • ErezBS
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    ui_timingcon_file Reply

    Hi,

    What is te difference between rda_Input(ui_timingcon_file) and rda_Input(ui_timingcon_file,full) in encounter config file?

    thanks! 

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  • Sun, Apr 28 2013 6:16 AM

    • BobD
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    Re: ui_timingcon_file Reply

    This has tripped me up in the past as well. When you set these variables in the GUI it's more clear which is which.

    The ",full" option is for ILMs. The rda_Input(ui_timingcon_file) is what you'd use if you're not using ILMs.

    These notions are present when we go to using MMMC to configure the timing information as well. 

    Hope this helps,
    Bob 

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  • Sun, Apr 28 2013 7:43 AM

    • ErezBS
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    Re: ui_timingcon_file Reply

    Hi thanks a lot!

    yes - it helped.

    one more thing - i should define the ",full" with pointers to top level sdc file  and ILM's sdc files?

     

    Thanks,

    Erez. 

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  • Wed, May 1 2013 12:33 PM

    • BobD
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    Re: ui_timingcon_file Reply

    If you want to include SDCs that target entities within the ILMs, but written from a top-level context, include them in the ,full.

    If you want to write them in the context of the block-level, include them as part of the ILM definition itself.

    Hope this makes sense.

    -Bob 

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Started by ErezBS at 27 Apr 2013 01:04 PM. Topic has 3 replies.