Prerequisite for the use of the ASAP2 Creator is the insertion of special comments into the ECU code. ASAP2 information such as data type, conversion rules, min-max conditions, structures, arrays, etc. are defined via these comments.
The ASAP2 Updater reads an A2L source file, matches the information with entries from a linker MAP file, generates missing objects if needed, and creates a new A2L file.
The ASAP2 Merger merges multiple A2L fragments into a common A2L file. One of the source files must be set as master, the other source files are slaves. From the master file all information is taken over into the result file, from the slave files only the measurement and adjustment quantities, conversion rules, functions, groups and record layouts.
With ASAP2 Comparer you can quickly and easily compare two A2L files and generate documentation of the comparison result.
Not every A2L file meets the criteria of the standard. To ensure a high level of process reliability throughout the entire tool chain, an A2L file is checked for compliance with the standard and deviations are highlighted.
The ASAP2 Modifier enables the targeted, user-defined modification of A2L files. This includes filtering, anonymization, optimization and modification of object attributes, as well as import from foreign formats such as DBU, Excel and JSON.
With the ASAP2 Studio, A2L files can be visualized, created, modified and updated. By visualizing the contents of MAP and debug files, specific objects can be selected from them and integrated into the A2L file. The command line tools of the Tool-Set are integrated and can be configured and controlled via dialogs. The graphical user interface is sorted according to application areas and enables fast, convenient operation.