Unfortunately some configuring is required to use the UDE perspective for debugging under Eclipse. Please note that this will depend on whether you have a TC275 CA or DC step on your ShieldBuddy. Check the Aurix processor fitted to the board. It will be either “SAK TC275TP-64 F200W CA” or “SAK TC275TP-64 F200W DC”.
Instructions on how to get the UDE debug perspective going are in the attached PDF file.
I was following instructions in this pdf file but still I am getting license errors: ====================================================== Checkout license from target serial no.: UDELicenseServer check aborted: no valid serial no. - no valid key ID
Checkout license from additional communication device: check is disabled - skip to next step
Checkout license from external license key (USB/LPT): check is disabled - skip to next step
Checkout license from RLM license file: UDELicenseServer check aborted: no valid serial no. - no valid key ID
Checkout license from external license server: check is disabled - skip to next step
Checkout license from starterkit key: check is disabled - skip to next step
License check was finised! Try to correct settings or check license sources ============================
I just got my Shieldbuddy (ordered from Hitex Germany). Marking on CPU: ----------------- SAK-TC275TP-64 F200W CA 84PA5R89X11
Inside free_tricore_entry_tool_chain.zip there is a folder "ude". Inside this folder there is a file that appears to contain UDE licenses.
I found multiple problems: 1. Documentation does not say anything about this file. Should I have copied it to C:\HIGHTEC\licenses since all environment variables point to it? I have following environment variables: RLM_LICENSE = C:\HighTec\licenses HTC_LICENSES = C:\HighTec\licenses HTC_DEVELOPMENT = c:\Hightec