TRACE-CHECK Release 2022.3

Top features at a glance

Improved automatic signal assignment in stimulation packages

Analysis packages make it easy to portably reuse trace analyses across different projects. The signals required for analysis are automatically registered with the stimulation package providing the recording and sorted into the appropriate signal groups.

This assignment mechanism has been extended in Release 2022.3.

By (optionally) specifying a system identifier (e.g., CAN, FlexRay), pseudo signals such as FrameId and other trace file mappings can now also be automatically assigned to the signal group of the same name in the stimulation package.

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In addition, the analysis modeling has been further simplified for addressing the signals using their names (trace file mapping): If only one signal group is present in the stimulation package, non-assignable trace file mappings are automatically assigned to this group.

Analyzing SOME/IP communication from MDF4

Until now, service-based communication was analyzed according to SOME/IP only if the associated Ethernet trace was available in PCAPNG format, as is also the case with recordings made with ECU-TEST.

With the new release, the corresponding MDF4 traces can also be analyzed if the recording is limited to an Ethernet interface.

It is possible to remove this limitation using a feature that is being developed. Please contact our support in this regard.