2.2.3. CADISimulation

The CADISimulation class represents the connection to a simulated platform and provides information about platform targets that expose a CADI interface. Querying this object returns a list with an element for each target. The descriptions include:

The caller uses the returned information to select a target. To retrieve a pointer to the corresponding target, call the GetTarget() method of the CADISimulation. The returned pointer is to CAInterface in the base class of the CADI interface.

As with other classes in the target connection mechanism, CADISimulation contains a Release() method to disconnect the caller from a simulation. After Release() is called, an attached debugger must not address the simulation or a target previously obtained from the simulation. Calling a released simulation might raise an access violation because the connected target or simulation, and the associated CADI object, might already be destroyed. The CADI simulation object owns all target interfaces associated with the simulation and is therefore responsible for their creation and destruction.

A major difference between the Release() call of CADISimulation and those of the other classes is the shutdown parameter:

Typically, a CADISimulationCallback object and a CADIErrorCallback object are registered to a CADISimulation through the corresponding methods that established the connection. Dedicated methods are provided to add additional callback objects to the simulation.

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