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Using XJTAG 3.1 with LabVIEW

The latest version of XJTAG, version 3.1, is built using the .NET 4.0 framework. To use the latest version of the XJRunner Integration assembly within LabVIEW, LabVIEW must first be configured to accept .NET 4.0 assemblies. […]

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XJTAG Version 3.1

A new major version of XJTAG – version 3.1 – is now available from our website for users who are in maintenance. […]

COM based XJRunner Integration deprecated

In XJTAG 2.6 we released a new .NET based XJRunner Integration API, replacing the old COM based API that was previously available. Version 2.6 and 2.7 continue to support the COM API, but do not install it by default. We recommend that any new development be done against the new .NET API. […]

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XJRunner Integration .NET API

Version 2.6 introduced a new XJRunner integration API using the .NET framework along with reworked examples and LabVIEW VIs […]

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Schematic Viewer

From version 2.7 onwards XJTAG includes an integrated Schematic Viewer in XJDeveloper and XJRunner. If you have your boards’ schematics in PDF format you can take advantage of this new feature. […]

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How can Checkchain pass but Connection test report “broken chain”?

This is a common question during the development of a test system. The problem generally occurs when a board is first run, and stems from a slight misunderstanding of what Checkchain is designed to do. This article therefore attempts to explain the difference between the Checkchain function and all other tests, in order to explain how this situation can happen. […]

Create your own links to Layout Viewer from XJEase

From version 2.6.2 onwards XJEase supports the printing of device, pin and net links which launch and get highlighted in Layout Viewer from XJRunner and XJDeveloper (provided there is an ODB++ netlist available for the board). […]

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Layout Viewer

If your project uses an ODB++ netlist, then you can take advantage of the Layout Viewer in both XJDeveloper and XJRunner. Layout Viewer uses the layout information in the netlist to allow you to visualise the physical location of components, pins and nets on a board. This is especially useful for visualising errors from the connection test to guide you towards the most likely location of a fault on a board. […]

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XJRunner Log File Viewer

In XJRunner, the Log File Viewer is a enhanced dialogue which allows you to view XJRunner’s logged output without having to open an external text file viewer. […]

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Test Modes in XJRunner – part 2

This post highlights the new Independent mode of testing introduced in XJRunner from version 2.3. Group mode was covered in an earlier entry. […]

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