3.2.2. Creating a DSTREAM, RealView ICE, or VSTREAM Debug Configuration

The difference between creating a Debug Configuration for use with DSTREAM, RealView ICE or VSTREAM is the Debug Interface that you use. The following procedure uses the RealView ICE Debug Interface as an example.

To create a Debug Configuration for target connection through a RealView ICE unit:

  1. Select Target → Connect to Target... from the Code window main menu to open the Connect to Target window.

  2. Select Configuration from the Grouped By drop-down list.

  3. Click Add for the RealView ICE Debug Interface to open the RVConfig utility. The utility includes a list of the debug interface hardware units available on your local network.

  4. Connect to the required debug interface hardware unit, and set up a configuration as required.

    If you are configuring a CoreSight system manually, make sure you set up the Trace Associations. The CoreSight devices and associations must be in the correct order to ensure tracing with RealView Debugger.

    If you have added the devices to the scan chain yourself, or re-ordered the devices, you might be asked to confirm whether you want to have the devices re-ordered automatically, as shown in the following dialog box:

    Figure 3.4. Trace warning dialog box

    Trace warning dialog box

    Select Yes to have the RVConfig utility re-order the devices for you.

    Select No to continue to the RVConfig utility. Your associations have been completed as required, however, because no re-ordering has been made, your associations are not compatible with your debugger. You must fix the ordering and associations before you can use this Debug Configuration in RealView Debugger.

  5. Select Save from the File menu to save the configuration.

  6. Select Exit from the File menu to close the RVConfig utility. The new Debug Configuration is added to the RealView ICE Debug Interface.

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