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Summary of questions and answers about patches in ECU-TEST


If you receive a patch from TraceTronic, you will need to get it activated in the applicable ECU-TEST version.

A patch file name would have the following format:

[TIME STAMP]_Patches_[TICKET NUMBER]_[TICKET DESCRIPTION]_[ECU-TEST VERSION].ttp


  1. Navigate to the installation directory of the applicable ECU-TEST installation

  2. Create a new directory and name it Patches if it is not already existing in this location

  3. Paste the patch file inside the "Patches" directory
  4. Restart your ECU-TEST to load up the new patch



If you received a patch for TestManagementService the file name would have the following format:

TestManagementService-[VERSION].jar


  1. Navigate to the installation directory of the applicable ECU-TEST installation

  2. Navigate to the directory TestManagementService

  3. Paste the patch file inside the directory (if necessary replace the existing one)
  4. Restart your ECU-TEST to load up the new patch
  1. Navigate to the installation directory of the applicable ECU-TEST installation

  2. Navigate to the directory Patches

  3. Remove the respective patch file inside the Patches directory
  4. Restart your ECU-TEST to unload the removed patch

There are different possibilities to check if your ECU-TEST is currently patched:


  • First, you can check your ECU-TEST installation directory for the directory Patches

  • Inside your open ECU-TEST Window you can have a look at the top left corner

     

    • A + sign would show up next to the version to indicate that this installation is patched with a final patch.
    • A ~ sign would show up next to the version to indicate that this installation is patched with a test patch.
    • A ! sign would show up next to the version to indicate that this installation of ECU-TEST has Patches
      that could not be loaded, either because they are incompatible with this ECU-TEST version or because of a
      conflict between existing Patches that prevents them from being loaded. Contact our support again.

  • The info dialog (Help > Info) shows a patched ECU-TEST as well

 

  When you hover over the phrase (patched) a tooltip will display all of the active patches

It depends on the patches you are using. The log files contain more information about the currently installed patches.

Therefore it's always recommended to contact the ECU-TEST support team and send them the log files for analysis, to answer this question.


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