Why is status set to kStatus_FLEXCAN_UnHandled in callback

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Why is status set to kStatus_FLEXCAN_UnHandled in callback

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Contributor IV

Hi,

I'm working on a recieve only CAN application that reads data from a sensor.

I planned to retrieve data with FLEXCAN_TransferReceiveNonBlocking but realized that status is constantly set to kStatus_FLEXCAN_RxBusy even with no sensor connected at all. A call to FLEXCAN_TransferHandleIRQ(EXAMPLE_CAN, &flexcanHandle); will invoke the callback with status set to kStatus_FLEXCAN_UnHandled. Something obviously seems to be wrong, does anyone have any hints how to best troubleshoot this? The callback looks like this:

 

 

static void flexcan_callback(CAN_Type *base, flexcan_handle_t *handle, status_t status, uint32_t result, void *userData)
{
    switch (status)
    {
        /* Process FlexCAN Rx event. */
        case kStatus_FLEXCAN_RxIdle:
            if (RX_MESSAGE_BUFFER_NUM == result) {
                rxComplete = true;
            }
            LOG_INFO("kStatus_FLEXCAN_RxIdle\r\n");
            break;
        case kStatus_FLEXCAN_UnHandled:
        	LOG_INFO("kStatus_FLEXCAN_UnHandled\r\n");
        	break;
        default:
        	LOG_INFO("in flexcan_cb, status 0x%x(%d)\r\n",status,status);
    }

}

 

 

 

Thanks!

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Okay,

I see now that a call to FLEXCAN_TransferHandleIRQ(EXAMPLE_CAN, &flexcanHandle) triggers my callback with status set to kStatus_FLEXCAN_UnHandled and I also realized that a call to FLEXCAN_TransferReceiveNonBlocking() continously sets status to kStatus_FLEXCAN_RxBusy while mbState of my mailbox is set to 1 (kFLEXCAN_StateRxData) when I pause execution in the callback (that got called with status UnHandled).

My callback never gets called with kStatus_FLEXCAN_RxIdle even though I have something like (and I know that my sensor is continually sending out CAN frames at 250kb/s, I have a monitor connected to the same wires):

while (!rxComplete) {
(void)FLEXCAN_TransferReceiveNonBlocking(EXAMPLE_CAN, &flexcanHandle, &rxXfer);
FLEXCAN_TransferHandleIRQ(EXAMPLE_CAN, &flexcanHandle);
}

where rxComplete is set true in the callback (when called with kStatus_FLEXCAN_RxIdle).

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