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The I²C default directory dialog allows the user to setup unique directories for each protocol and organize the protocols by device databases and datafiles directories.  This is one of the organizational features of the IBPD System.  Each functional directory consists of a directory reset to default button and a browser button to allow system wide directory browsing and new directory creating.  The block diagram below shows the layout of the directory dialog.

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Once the directory has been set the system will default to these directories when loading and saving files through out the protocol dialogs.  The user of course may over ride these at any time and store the file anywhere on the system.

 

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1_I2C SLAVE DEFAULT DIRECTORIES CONFIGURATION MAIN MENU

The main menu buttons handle the high level functions of the default directory setup.

I2C Save Directory List - This allows the user to save the default directory list to a user selected directory.  The default directory name appears as the starting directory "ProgramDirectory\SS_I2CR\I2CR_DIR\".

I2C Load Directory List - This will reload the default directories file shown in the Directory Data Filename field.  If the user wand to load a different file there is a Browse button available to browse the system directories for the desired user file.

I2C Set Startup Default - This function sets the startup default directory file for all the directories in the selected protocol.  This may be setup for any set of directories and locations which allows multiple projects and protocols to have unique directories during the development cycle.

I2C Reset ALL to Default - The user may also reset all the directories to the default settings with this function.  It is the same as clicking on each of the Reset Default I2C *.xxx directory buttons.

2_I2C Directory Data Filename

This is the active file showing all the default directory locations.  There is a System Default Directory file located in the SYS_I2CR directory.

Set To Default Directory - If the user checks the Set To Default Directory checkbox the SYS_I2CR default directory file will be placed in the Directory Names Field and will be the file that will be saved when the Save Directory List button is clicked on.  To save to a different file uncheck the Set To Default Directory check box and a file browser will appear to allow the user to select the file to save the directory shown in the dialog.

 


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3_I2C Command File Configuration Dialogs

Each Directory field has its own default reset button and browse button. The directories are separated into selected groups.  Each group performs selected functions throughout the IBPD-System.

I2C Command File List Directory - This is the Command Configuration Files Lists of CMD Files Directory.

I2C Command File Directory - This is the Command Configuration Files Directory.

I2C Binary Data File Directory - Binary Data Files Directory.

I2C Hex Data File Directory - Intel Hex Format Files Directory.

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4_I2C Command Line Argument Configurations

This group is associated with the Command Line Mode and the associated files used to create a Command Line Argument file.

I2C Command Line Argument Files List - This is the Command Line Argument Lists of CLA Files Directory.

I2C Command Line Argument Files - This is the Command Line Argument Files directory.

I2C Command Line Argument Command Files List - This is the Command Line Argument Commands Files Lists of CLC Files Directory.

I2C Command Line Argument Commands File - This is the Command Line Argument Commands Files directory.

 

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5_I2C Device Database Directories

These are the directories associated with the device databases.

I2C Database Files - Device Database Files Directory.

I2C Database Device Datasheets Files - Device PDF Datasheets Directory.

 


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6_I2C System Files Configuration

These are a general system configuration file directories for buttons and directories.

I2C Button Configuration Files - The user Button Configuration files directory.  The user may setup a number of different button links for different projects.  The configuration files are stored in this directory.

I2C Directory of Directories - This is a set of directory configuration files that allow the user to set the default directories for each development project.

 


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7_I2C Encryption Directories

The I²C Encryption root directory has two associated sub-directories that hold encrypted data files and project directories for encrypted files which organize data on secure servers.  Encryption / Decryption of data is performed within the IBPD System and is unique to the Specific IBPD System registered.  The user may also use a user private key to encrypt the data that may be used with multiple different registered copies of the IBPD System.  Each Protocol will have its own registered set of encryption processes allowing the user to enter their own pass phrase or use the internal pass phrase.

I2C Encryption Root Directory - Encrypted File Directories.

I2C Data File ENC directory - Encrypted Data File Directory.

I2C Encryption Default Directory Files - Default Encrypted Directories lists.

 


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8_Help

This Page - In order to easily maintain the manual for this product we have decided to put it on line.  There will be PDF files of each section for download for updates for those that want to download the complete set of help files.  These PDF files are called up when in a specific dialog and pressing the F1 key or the ? button on the lower right of the dialog.

9_Status

Information of the last executed function on the dialog. This is a common field for all dialogs on the  IBPD System.

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