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We believe that sharing our knowledge will help you get the most out of your XJTAG system. This is where our development and support team share their insights and experience. You’ll find posts highlighting particular features of the different software packages that make up the XJTAG development system or aspects of the XJEase language.
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User privileges improved in XJRunner and XJInvestigator
In XJTAG 3.12 we’ve improved the flexibility of user privileges for different user profiles in XJRunner and XJInvestigator. User privileges are defined when adding or editing a user via the User Management dialog. You are now able to enable/disable specific project management and enhanced testing features. […]
XJTAG version 3.12
A new major version of XJTAG – version 3.12 – is now available from our website for users who are in maintenance. […]
Placing an Infineon Aurix™ TriCore™ TC3xx Microcontroller into Boundary Scan Mode
Some devices need more than a standard Test Reset sequence to enter the state when they behave as described in their BSDL file and boundary scan can run. Infineon’s Aurix TriCore TC3xx microcontroller family is one such group. […]
XJTAG statement about log4j vulnerability
There has been a lot of press about the recently discovered vulnerabilities in the Apache log4j software component, and companies are starting to do due diligence about whether they are exposed to related exploits due to its inclusion in software that they own. XJTAG would like therefore to reassure customers that no XJTAG software uses (or has ever used) log4j [...]
Installing XJTAG when Microsoft Defender Controlled Folder Access is enabled
Microsoft Defender has an optional feature called Controlled Folder Access, which is designed to protect sensitive folders from being modified by malicious software. This feature is not switched on by default and is only available if you are using Microsoft Defender Antivirus or Microsoft Defender for Endpoint; if you’re using a third party antivirus solution then the feature is not available. […]
Viewing Diffs When Updating Library Files
A diff is a comparison showing differences between the contents of files. This article is specifically about displaying the difference between the a project’s current version of an XJEase library file, and the latest version of that file available from the library that it belongs to. […]