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Application Note 198

Using the uVision Socket Interface

This Application Note explains how to control and monitor µVision remotely via its in-built TCP/IP interface.

The µVision Socket Interface (UVSOCK) enables µVision to be controlled and monitored by one or more third party applications (Clients). It enables Clients to perform:

  • Application configuration
  • Application building
  • Application debugging

The Client has access to the power of µVision's device database, build system, and features such as advanced debugging with the Real-Time Agent. The Client and µVision work together to provide a seamless experience for the end-user.

Revision History

  • July, 2018 - Updated documentation for functions UVSC_DBG_FILELINE_TO_ADR() and UVSC_DBG_ADR_TOFILELINE(). Added documentation for access to Event Recorder.
  • October, 2016 - Updated documentation for functions UV_DBG_SERIAL_PUT(), UV_DBG_SERIAL_GET(), UVSC_DBG_STOP_EXECUTION(), UVSC_DBG_EXIT().
  • June, 2016 - Added functionality to output data on selectable ITM channels.
  • April, 2016 - Documentation improved.
  • March, 2016 - Updated with support for 64-bit Operating Systems.
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Monday, July 2, 2018
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