How do I get the full values of variables in FreeMASTER

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How do I get the full values of variables in FreeMASTER

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xgy_upc
Contributor III

In FreeMASTER, you can monitor the values of all global variables.At the same time, it can also be displayed in the form of a waveform.The value of the variable will change in real time throughout the program.Now I want to export all the values of a variable. What should I do?

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iulian_stan
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NXP Employee

I can think of few reasons for this behavior:

  • The target folder does not exist. FreeMASTER expects a path to an existing folder. So if you use the default "C:\Data" you need to create that folder.
  • Application has no rights to write to the specified location. Possible solution could be running the tool with administrator privileges, or specify another location.

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iulian_stan
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hi @xgy_upc,

You can capture and log variables values to a file using Data Capture functionality. It is available on both Oscilloscope and Recorder. You can access it from Scope/Recorder properties (right click on the corresponding project tree item or directly on the chart and select Properties... from the context menu).

In the last tab (Data Capture) you can specify where/how the values should be logged.

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Regards,
Iulian

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xgy_upc
Contributor III

As you said, I tried. However, no success, display error. May I ask what should I do?

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iulian_stan
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

I can think of few reasons for this behavior:

  • The target folder does not exist. FreeMASTER expects a path to an existing folder. So if you use the default "C:\Data" you need to create that folder.
  • Application has no rights to write to the specified location. Possible solution could be running the tool with administrator privileges, or specify another location.

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