11.44 DTSL Configuration Editor dialog box

Use the Debug and Trace Services Layer (DTSL) Configuration Editor to configure additional debug and trace settings. The configuration options available depend on the capabilities of the target. Typically, they enable configuration of the trace collection method and the trace that is generated.

A typical set of configuration options might include:
Trace Capture
Select the collection method that you want to use for this debug configuration. The available trace collection methods depend on the target and trace capture unit but can include Embedded Trace Buffer (ETB)/Micro Trace Buffer (MTB) (trace collected from an on-chip buffer) or DSTREAM (trace collected from the DSTREAM trace buffer). If no trace collection method is selected then no trace can be collected, even if the trace capture for processors and Instruction Trace Macrocell (ITM) are enabled.
Core Trace
Enable or disable trace collection. If enabled then the following options are available:
Enable core n trace
Specify trace capture for specific processors.
Cycle accurate trace
Enable or disable cycle accurate trace.
Trace capture range
Specify an address range to limit the trace capture.
Enable or disable trace collection from the ITM unit.
Named DTSL configuration profiles can be saved for later use.
Figure 11-51 DTSL Configuration Editor (Shown with Trace capture method set to DSTREAM)
DTSL Configuration Editor (Shown with Trace capture method set to DSTREAM)

Related concepts
6.17 About debugging caches
Related reference
11.19 Cache Data view
Related information
DS-5 Debugger cache commands
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