CAPL function SetLogFileName can also be used in standalone mode.
The settings for the distributed mode can be configured via COM.
Using command line option -getConfigFile in Standalone Manager, configuration files for standalone mode (file extension .RTCFG) can be retrieved from the RT Hardware and copied to the user computer.
In addition to the automation capabilities offered by the Standalone Manager command line options, Vector Tool Platform and CANoe/CANalyzer RT kernel settings and associated files on the RT hardware (e. g., logging files) can also be accessed via REST API.
CAPL / CAPL Browser
New/Extended CAPL Functions for ADAS
New/Extended CAPL Functions for Diagnostics
New/Extended CAPL Functions for Ethernet
New/Extended CAPL Functions for J1939
New/Extended CAPL Functions for Other
New/Extended CAPL Functions for Security
For better clarity in the Toolbox, the controls have been divided into groups.
In the Hex/Text-Editor, the byte display in hex format can now also be copied and pasted.
Files can now also be opened with drag and drop on the Vector Tools Environment.
Symbols can now be inserted at desired position in the legend.
The names of signals, groups and common axes can now be edited directly in the legend.
Trace Window (Ethernet) shows more details of the IKEv2 protocol in the detailed view.
Network Hardware Configuration
WLAN default settings are predefined depending on the region (CN/EU/US).
IEEE 1609.2 US root certificates with NIST-384 are supported.
EU certificates with Brainpool-256 and Brainpool-384 are supported.
ETSI TS 103 097 V1.4.1 (EU) is supported.
Certificates and private keys can also be imported in binary format.
The pathHistory is displayed for CAM and BSM (even without an event).
Image files can be used as map material.
The database of the V2X example configurations (US) is adapted to SAE J2735 (July 2020).
For the Car2x sample configurations (EU) the factor of the attribute deltaAltitude of the pathHistory is corrected.
The functionality of the Car2x Option can be evaluated with the demo version of CANalyzer.
The Ethernet Network Monitor is replaced by the Protocol Monitor. It supports a graphic representation of connections between endpoints for the following protocols: