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topology get device pins Comp1$, Pins$(*), Nodes$(*), Val1

Question asked by mjotist on Jul 18, 2018
Latest reply on Jul 19, 2018 by mjotist

I use the 'topology get device pins' command in my testplan as a way of finding device pin node information.

The exact statement I am using is as follows:

topology get device pins Comp1$, Pins$(*), Nodes$(*), Val1

 

I use the Val1 variable for error checking.  I verify that it is '0'.  i.e. no error.

 

This statement works just fine on my test system for ~30 testplans.

 

I provided this code to a co-worker at another site and he is having issues with it.

The error code (Val1) that he get is '66'

Not sure what this value means since I can't find it in any manuals.

 

We also use the following topology command successfully on both testers:

topology get node connections Node3$, Devices$(*), Pins$(*), Val1

 

This leads me to believe that it is NOT an issue with permissions on the board.o or wirelist.o file

 

Does anyone have any insight?

 

Thanks for your time!

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