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Anonymous
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I'm following the tutorial on UDB Datapaths in the document AN82156 (rev G), "Designing PSoC Creator Components with UDB Datapaths."  At page 17, after Generate Symbol, step 19, Doc.CatalogPlacement = AN82156/Digital/Cntr8.  The component never appears in the Component Catalog, neither here nor when any other project is opened.

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rola_264706
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Welcome to the confusing world of PsoC component library design.  I am sending you the component author guide.  I hope it can be of help.  There is also some PSoC training videos.   I am also sending you the programs with the libraries already in them. I must have spent about a week trying to get a library to work.  It just takes practice.

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Len_CONSULTRON
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userc,

It is a bit confusing at first but with study and trail-and-error, it becomes more evident.   It's a pretty sophisticated and elegant creation process.  Kudos to the team of Cypress engineers in creating a very useful set of tools.

Caution:  Once you're successful, don't wait too long to create your next component.   If I take too long between components, I have to relearn steps in the process!  Oh well!

Len

Len
"Engineering is an Art. The Art of Compromise."
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odissey1
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        I believe that path is incorrect. I suggest to open symbol file *.cysym, left mouse click on the open field, menu->properties->catalog placement. Now in collection set your path e.g.: Community/digital/myComponent/ (slash at the end). Notice that 'myComponent' is a folder where your actual component will reside. Later change the path as you wish.   
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Anonymous
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Thanks for the libraries, I was searching for those.

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