In the processor expert, I can change several options, they are grey and unselectable. I really don't understand why!
Follow an image of my screen:
see the tooltip of that method:
You have to enable interrupts and set som buffer size:
I hope this helps,
This is by design of the AsynchroSerial component you are using. It has the Serial_LDD as inherited (sub-)component, and the settings of the AsynchroSerial (upper level) are propagated to the lower (Serial_LDD) level.
Change the settings of the AsynchroSerial, and then it will propagate to the Serial_LDD.
If you really want to directly affect the Serial_LDD, then use it instead of the AsynchroSerial. But the AsynchroSerial is easier to use and has a better API in my view.
As usually, Erich, you have the answer. But my problem now is to use the 'sendblock' method. the 'sendblock' of AsynchroSerial is in grey, and the 'sendblock' of the Serial_LDD request (LDD_TDeviceData *DeviceDataPtr) and I haven't it because the auto-init of Serial_LDD is not perform (and I can't do it because in the setup the autoinit is in grey :-( ). I should have with autoinit the ASerialLdd1_DeviceData automaticly.
Again, it seems, that I need your help.
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