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  Conflicting values netlist error 

Last post Mon, Feb 10 2014 9:27 AM by steve. 4 replies.
Started by KARPCB 07 Feb 2014 01:44 AM. Topic has 4 replies and 2493 views
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  • Fri, Feb 7 2014 1:44 AM

    • KARPCB
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    Conflicting values netlist error Reply

    Hi all,

    I got below netlist error after swap pins enable for part(Heterogeneous).. please help me..

     #105 ERROR(ORCAP-36004): Conflicting values of part name found on different se
    ctions of "UDDR1".
    Conflicting values: MT47H32M16HR-25E-G_BGA84N80P6X15_1250X800X120_(S1+S2+S3)_MT47H32M16HR-25E-G & MT47H32M16HR-25E-G_1_BGA84N80P6X15_1250X800X120_(S1+S2+S3)_MT47H32M16HR-25E-G
    Property values of "Device","PCB FootPrint", "Class" and "Value" should be identical
     on all sections of the part.
    #106 ERROR(ORCAP-36018): Aborting Netlisting... Please correct the above errors and retry.


    Thanks,

    Karthik.

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  • Fri, Feb 7 2014 8:01 AM

    • steve
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    Re: Conflicting values netlist error Reply

     Its telling you exactly what's wrong - you have different property values set for "Device","PCB FootPrint", "Class" and "Value" between the different sections of the part. Best to CTRL+Left click the parts then use RMB - Edit Properties so you can see them all in one window (try the Pivot button to make the view easier) and compare these properties to make sure they are identical.....

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  • Fri, Feb 7 2014 12:10 PM

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    Re: Conflicting values netlist error Reply

    Here are the values:

    MT47H32M16HR-25E-G_BGA84N80P6X15_1250X800X120_(S1+S2+S3)_MT47H32M16HR-25E-G
    MT47H32M16HR-25E-G_1_BGA84N80P6X15_1250X800X120_(S1+S2+S3)_MT47H32M16HR-25E-G

    MT47H32M16HR-25E-G_1 has likely been locally edited in the schematic so the library part has been changed, this differs from the original, which is still in the circuit, hence the inconsistent properties gor the generated device property for the netlist. Update / Replace the Design Cache so that all of those part have the same source package and the confilct will be removed.

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  • Sun, Feb 9 2014 9:37 PM

    • KARPCB
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    Re: Conflicting values netlist error Reply

    Thanks for your Response...

    steve, i have folowed  (Best to CTRL+Left click the parts then use RMB - Edit Properties so you can see them all in one window) your instruction but the selected part properties only appear. i have cross verified pcb  footprint,values,class and device all of them are same only.  

    oldmouldy , as per your instrucion once i have to update and replace the symbol swap pins are disabled. again i enable the swap pins after that i will generate the netlist same error occur.

    Thanks,

    Karthik.

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  • Mon, Feb 10 2014 9:27 AM

    • steve
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    Re: Conflicting values netlist error Reply

     It's the swap pins that are casuing the issue. They need to be set the same for all sections of the part. As I mentioned edit properties on all sections and compare properties for the sections making sure they match. Then try again...

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