Let's now adjust the project debug configuration to be able to program DFLASH.
First make sure you installed the latest version of PEMicro Eclipse Plugin. See the post below - it's about ARM version of S32DS but the update process for S32DS for Power is exactly the same. You just need is to select e200 component instead of ARM:
If you need to control DFLASH programming separately from code flash you would need a separate debug configuration for DFLASH.
You can use "Duplicate" feature on an existing Debug configuration. This creates a new configuration with pre-populated fields so you don't have to enter them all manually.
Change the debug configuration name and press "Apply"
Switch to the Debugger tab -> Advanced Options and tick "Use Alternative Algorithm" option. Open Browse dialog and go to the folder below where all flash programming algorithms are located (*.pcp) and select the appropriate DFLASH programming algorithm e.g. for this example: freescale_mpc5744p_1x32x20k_dflash_cut2.pcp
Note: Folder name "com.pemicro.debug.gdbjtag.ppc_184.108.40.206703011834" may differ depending on the latest version of Pemicro GDB plugin version installed on your machine. It's recommended to enter the latest version folder if there are multiple plugin versions available.
If you want to program DFLASH and code flash at once you can just adjust the existing debug configuration. In this case you should select combined cflash+dflash flash algorithm such as e.g. freescale_mpc5744p_cflash_dflash_cut2.pcp
Click on debug button and as soon as the debug session is established check the DFLASH memory space in the Memory View