This post covers XJPack files – the XJTAG mechanism for deploying your tests to production. XJDeveloper is used to write your tests and can run your tests whilst you are creating them. In a future version it will also integrate the debugging functionality of the command line tool XJDebug to allow you to debug your tests from within XJDeveloper. […]
This post explores the wealth of information available on the XJTAG Support Webpage. Knowledge Base Answers to common questions we receive about XJTAG. Before contacting support it is a good idea to check here first to see if your question is answered. There will be future posts exploring some of these questions in more detail. […]
This post details the Netlist Explorer in XJDeveloper, a very useful tool in XJDeveloper for finding out how things are connected in the netlist. It also shows relevant properties for each item. Launching the explorer Currently the Netlist Explorer is a modal dialog which means you have to close it before you can use the rest of XJDeveloper. We hope to remove this restriction in a future release. You can launch the Netlist Explorer from most screens in Developer. All relevant toolbars have an “Explore” button, and right-clicking on items in controls will display a drop-down menu with an “Explore” button as well. […]
There is a new application note available on the XJTAG support website entitled, "Working with configured Xilinx and Altera devices".
This post highlights the “Functional Tests” screen in XJDeveloper. The “Functional Tests” screen is in the “Design For Test” section in XJDeveloper. It is used to indicate to XJTAG that part of a board has been tested in some way outside of XJTAG. Doing this will make the DFT test coverage figures more accurate, and means you can use XJTAG as the focal point for all your DFT analysis across all your test systems. […]