2.3.50. DTBOARD

Displays information about the current or a specified connection.

Syntax

DTBOARD [="resource",...] [{;windowid | ;fileid }]

where:

resource

Identifies the connection that is to have its details displayed. You must specify each name in double quotation marks, for example:

dtboard ="ARM7TDMI","ARM940T_0"
windowid | fileid

Identifies the window or file where the command is to send the output.

Description

The DTBOARD command displays information about the current or a specified connection. If you do not specify a connection, the command displays information about the current connection. If you do not supply a ;windowid parameter, the output is displayed on the screen. If you are using the GUI, then the output is displayed in the Output view.

Example

The following examples show how to use DTBOARD:

> dtboard
Connected Board 'ARM7TDMI' Port 0: Server supporting Single Tasking.
  Port string: localhost
  Entry of router/broker RVISS

> dtboard "ARM940T_0"
Connected Board 'ARM940T_0' Port 0: Server supporting Single Tasking.
  Port string: USB:109340084  Entry of router/broker RVI

Alias

DBOARD is an alias of DTBOARD.

See also

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