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To add a second environment variable,

1)   Expand "Environment Variables" in the tree view at the left. Select the "aaaSwitch_1A" variable, right click on it, and select Copy. Then, right click on Environment Variables and select Paste.

2)   Select "aaaSwitch_1A_Copy_1", right click on it, and select Edit Environment Variable.

3)   Change the variable name to "aaaSwitch_2A".

4)   Since we are essentially making a copy of the first variable, all of the other values remain the same and are automatically correct. Click [OK].


To add the next environment variable, repeat the first two steps above:

1)   Again, select "aaaSwitch_1A", right-click on it, and select Copy.

2)   Right-click on Environment Variables and select Paste.

3)   Select “aaaSwitch_1A_Copy_1”, right-click on it, and select Edit Environment Variable.

4)   Change the variable name from "aaaSwitch_1A_Copy_1" to "aaaIndicator_A".

5)   Change the Access from Read to Write.
6)   The other values remain the same. Click [OK].



4.3.1.6        Create Database Variables for Node BBB


1)   Select Environment Variables in the tree view at the left to display them on the right.

2)   Click on each one while holding down the <Shift> key to select all three.

3)   Right click in the highlighted area and select Copy.

4)   Right click in the white space below and select Paste. Copies of the three environment variables, each ending in "_Copy_1", will appear under the three original variables.


Now, double-click each copy and follow the steps below:

5)   Delete the "_Copy_1" ending and change each variable name from its "aaa" prefix to "bbb" and its “A”
to “B”

6)   Go to the Control Units tab, select AAA, and click [Remove].

7)   Click [Add] and select the ECU BBB.

8)   Click [Apply], then [OK] to finish.


9)   Now, save the database by going to File Æ Save.

Now expand "BBB" under "ECUs" in the tree view at the left and then expand "Environment variables". The three new variables will be seen, associated with ECU BBB


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