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PassThruWriteMsgs Messaging

Description

The function sends messages according to the diagnostic protocol. The transmit queue of the adapter is designed for 50 messages per queue for one channel and has 64 KB of free memory for all queues. When the queue or all free memory is full, the reception of messages in the transmitting queue is suspended.

long PassThruWriteMsgs(unsigned long ChannelID, PASSTHRU_MSG *pMsg, unsigned long *pNumMsgs, unsigned long Timeout)

Options

Returned error codes

Definition Description
STATUS_NOERROR Function completed successfully
ERR_DEVICE_NOT_CONNECTED No connection to adapter. Possible reasons: The adapter is turned off, there is no network, or the IP address is not set correctly.
ERR_INVALID_DEVICE_ID Set a non-existent adapter ID DeviceID
ERR_INVALID_CHANNEL_ID Set a non-existent channel identifier ChannelID
ERR_NULL_PARAMETER PMsg Receive Packet Buffer Pointer Not Set
ERR_TIMEOUT For a given time, they could not transmit all the messages.
ERR_INVALID_MSG Incorrect message structure specified in pMsg pointer.
ERR_NULL_PARAMETER PMsg pointer not set
ERR_MSG_PROTOCOL_ID The protocol specified in the parameters of the transmitted message does not match the protocol specified in ChannelID
ERR_NO_FLOW_CONTROL The ISO15765 protocol does not have a filter for Flow Control.
ERR_BUFFER_FULL The transfer queue is full.
ERR_FAILED Defined by the J2534 standard. In the adapter, it is not used for this function.

Example

#include "j2534_lib.hpp"

unsigned long ChannelID;
unsigned long NumMsgs;
long Ret;

PASSTHRU_MSG Msg[10];

Msg[0].ProtocolID = ISO15765;
Msg[0].TxFlags = FL_ISO15765_FRAME_PAD;
Msg[0].Data[0] = 0x00;
Msg[0].Data[1] = 0x00;
Msg[0].Data[2] = 0x07;
Msg[0].Data[3] = 0xE0;
Msg[0].Data[4] = 0x3E;
Msg[0].DataSize = 5;

NumMsgs = 1;
Ret = PassThruWriteMsgs(ChannelID, Msg, &NumMsgs, 100);
if (Ret != STATUS_NOERROR)
{	// Error handling
}