[Solved] Programming the MCU usingJlink Flash commander

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  • [Solved] Programming the MCU usingJlink Flash commander

    Hi,

    Im trying to program the Cortex using Jlink Flash commander. I used Jlink commandfile script for programming the device. Im executing the script from batch file. So far everything works fine.

    Now i want to automate this process. I have tried using C# and invoking the batch script from the C# process. The programming is always successful but sometimes the console prints says Target-memory ,unspecified error or JTAG request time out etc.

    My question when i execute batch file manually the console prints proper results but when the same batch file is executed from C# process why the console print shows different results even though program is successful.

    Im using C# because wanted to verify the device functionality which uses GUI and the programming of the device also using C#. This way with single test framework i will be able to program and test.



    Regards,
    Chandan
  • Hi Chandan,
    Thanks for your inquiry.

    Could you please provide us with the SN of the J-Link you are using for this?

    I am not sure if I understand you correctly:
    You are using the J-Link Commander (JLink.exe) to download a file to a target.
    You do this via a .bat-script, which you call from a C# application.
    Is this correct?

    The J-Link Commander is not designed for production purposes. You could either use:
    1) J-Flash which can be called from a batch script or C# directly, or
    2) the J-Link SDK which you could use to integrate the whole process into your C# application.

    Best regards,
    Fabian
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  • Hi,
    Good to hear that you are up and running again.

    Best regards,
    Fabian
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