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 access of events or functions from Virtual Interface  

Last post Sat, Feb 9 2008 1:33 AM by archive. 1 replies.
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    RE: access of events or functions from Virtual Interface Reply

    Posted By GauravGajjar on 2/09/2008 1:33 AM

    Hi all,

    I want to access the events and functions from the passed virtual function into the class.

    Let me clerify in detail........

    I have two vip's one of them is in 'e'  and converted to  "uVC" and one in 'SV' and I had implemented top environment in SV.
    I want to do scoreboarding into SV , so I want the access of start and end of events occured and also some functions which will give me the information of packet from the e to SV according to that events.

    But when I tried that stuff it was giving error as below ....

    ncelab: *E,CUVHNF (./INCA_libs/irun.lnx86.06.20.nc/svpplib/home/gaurav - - - - - - - - - - - - - -62|41): Hierarchical name component lookup failed at 'xtest'.
    irun: *E,ELBERR: Error during elaboration (status 1), exiting.

    And when I typed the command for help as below :
    nchelp ncelab CUVHNF

    It showing ..............

    ncelab/CUVHNF =
            The indicated hierarchical name could not be resolved. The name
            was resolvable up to, but not including, the last component of
            the name prefix printed in the error message.


    So , is there any solution for that ....... ?  or any work around ........!!!!!!
    Let me informe If some on has any idea...

    Thanks & Regards :
    Gaurav Gajjar



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