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User20429
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Hi all,

I have problem with aurix development studio.

I created a new project with aurix develoment studio, build and run oke.
After that, I change project location and import the project into aurix developoment studio again.
I can clean up and re build all the project without error.

Problem is when I build without clean up, I get error like below:

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Please help me with this issue

Thanks,
NoanBui
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teoBits
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Hello noanbui,

how did you import the project back to AURIX Development Studio?
Using which function?

BR,
teoBits
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User20429
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Dear teoBits,

I choose File > Import. In General, choose Projects from Folder or Archive.
After that, choose project folder

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Thanks,
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teoBits
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Usually that error pops up when the imported project is not copied inside the workspace. I never used the Import "projects from folder or archive", so I do not know what really happens using it.
Anyway, to import a project you could also use the Import "Existing Projects into Workspace" and select the option "copy projects into workspace", or even better you can use the dedicated import function "Infineon">"AURIX Development Studio Project" and select "Local code example repository" and browse to the folder where you have the project stored.

hope this helps,
teoBits
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User20429
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Thank you very much for your respond

I follow your guide. The first one worked well.
But the second did not work.

"Infineon">"AURIX Development Studio Project" and select "Local code example repository" and browse to the folder where you have the project stored.

When I browse to project folder, no project has found

Is there any way to run project without copy it into workspace?
I have used eclipse before but I have not meet this issue.

Thanks.
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teoBits
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I follow your guide. The first one worked well.
But the second did not work.

Sorry, to make the second import (the dedicated one) work, you have to add the metadata to your project (a simple "documentation"), to do it:

  • Right click on your project and press "Edit Metadata"
  • A window pops up where you can add infos
  • to find the project in the import, you just need to fill the Name and press finish


Is there any way to run project without copy it into workspace?

Currently no, we are working on this for future releases.

BR,
teoBits
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User20429
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I got the information

Thank you
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