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Platform Designer Instance Parameters script update a library component parameter

Steve-Mowbray-ENL
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Hi 

Attempting to make use of instance parameters to synchronise all dependencies in a subsystem -- basically component editor generated custom component parameters works great but I am finding it tricky to set desirable library component parameters eg Clock Bridge :: Explicit clock rate:

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Does not work -- generate HDL fails with:

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Regards

Steve

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sstrell
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I think you have to look in the Details or Documentation button to get the actual name of the parameter, not the human readable name that appears in the parameter editor like what you are using here.  The tooltip when hovering over the parameter might provide this as well.

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sstrell
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I think you have to look in the Details or Documentation button to get the actual name of the parameter, not the human readable name that appears in the parameter editor like what you are using here.  The tooltip when hovering over the parameter might provide this as well.

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Steve-Mowbray-ENL
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Thanks sstrell

Details or documentation button doesn't give any clues at least for the Clock Bridge library component but the tooltip does the trick:

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Sorted now with your help

Steve

 

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