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Frame:LIN:Transmit N Corrupted Checksums

Last Modified: February 5, 2020

When set to a nonzero value, this property causes the next N number of checksums to be corrupted.

The checksum is corrupted by negating the value calculated per the database; (EnhancedValue * -1) or (ClassicValue * -1). This property is valid only for output sessions. If the frame is transmitted in an unconditional or sporadic schedule slot, N is always decremented for each frame transmission. If the frame is transmitted in an event-triggered slot and a collision occurs, N is not decremented. In that case, N is decremented only when the collision resolving schedule is executed and the frame is successfully transmitted. If the frame is the only one to transmit in the event-triggered slot (no collision), N is decremented at event-triggered slot time.

This property is useful for testing ECU behavior when a corrupted checksum is transmitted.


This property affects the active frame object in the session. Review the Frame:Active property to learn more about setting a property on an active frame.

Data type: datatype_icon

Long Name: Frame:LIN:Transmit N Corrupted Checksums

Class: XNET Session

Permissions: Write

Where This Property Is Available:

Desktop OS: Windows

FPGA: Not supported

Web Server: Not supported in VIs that run in a web application

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