3.16.1. What is the current connection?

The term current connection is used to denote the selection mechanism that RealView Debugger uses to decide what to display and to provide the scope of CLI commands. The current connection is usually the last connection that you make.

Connections are queued in the order in which they are made. As a new connection is added to the list of available connections, it becomes the current connection. If you disconnect the current connection, the next available connection in the list automatically becomes current.

You can change the current connection yourself so that the Code window displays details for a different target.

A single RealView Debugger Code window always displays information relating to the current connection unless you attach a specific connection to that window.

See also

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