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Timer not started in the context. [message #1795908] Tue, 02 October 2018 08:33 Go to next message
Julien Deltour is currently offline Julien DeltourFriend
Messages: 6
Registered: September 2018
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Hello,

Still working on the ITS testsuites.

In the test TC_CAM_MSD_GFQ_TI_01, the function f_CAM_MSD_GFQ_TI_01 is called:

In this function, a timer is declared :

timer t_minTransInterval := PICS_T_GENCAMMIN * 0.90;

Then this timer is started in a branch of an alt :

alt {
[] camPort.receive(mw_camInd ( mw_camMsg_any )){
tc_ac.stop;
t_minTransInterval.start;
log("*** " & testcasename() & ": INFO: Initial conditions: First CAM message received ***");


I'm sure I go in this branch, I have got the log.

Then a function is called with this timer as parameter, and this is in this new function than the timeout is checked.

But when I run my test, I have an error message telling :

Timeout operation on timer t_minTransInterval failed: The timer is not started.

It looks lire there is a scope error, but is it the testsuite ou Titan ? In the standard, I see than "Timer references have meaning only within the test component instances where the timer is defined" and in my case, I am still in the same component.

Julien
Re: Timer not started in the context. [message #1795911 is a reply to message #1795908] Tue, 02 October 2018 09:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Julien Deltour is currently offline Julien DeltourFriend
Messages: 6
Registered: September 2018
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Ho I didn't notice, but I think it's because my timer has already timed-out in a previous loop of the alt...
Re: Timer not started in the context. [message #1795917 is a reply to message #1795908] Tue, 02 October 2018 10:57 Go to previous message
Jeno Attila Balasko is currently offline Jeno Attila BalaskoFriend
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Registered: September 2013
Location: Budapest, Hungary
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Hello Julien,

The scope of your timer "t_minTransInterval " is the body of function "f_CAM_MSD_GFQ_TI_01()".
If you want to see your timer within the whole component, move its definition into the definition of your component type, this way ( On module level):

type component CT{
timer t_minTransInterval := PICS_T_GENCAMMIN * 0.90;
port PCOType camPort;
}

BR Jeno Balasko
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