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In part 1 of this blog post, we covered the model-less aspect of Allegro® System Capture’s Design Integrity solution and now here we are with part 2.
So, maybe scrolling through or navigating 200-300 pages of a design to catch logic design errors isn’t the same as watching paint dry, but let’s face it, does anyone really want to stare at a screen for hours on end? And yes, sure, you can use simulation analysis results but these may not catch all the errors in a design.
If you are an Allegro System Capture user, why not rely on the 40 odd basic rules available, by default, to check the design for you? Here are some rules to get you started:
What’s more, you not only control which rules to check, but also how rule violations are reported. Define whether a rule is reported as an error, warning, or information, or choose not to have the error reported at all! It’s up to you. Also, filter for specific rules to make them easier to find. If you are a site admin, you can also control the default rules that can be run at various violation levels, such as error, warning, info by manually modifying the site.cpm file.
Once a violation is found, it’s so easy to find it on the design canvas. Select the violation and the exact location is displayed on the canvas.
So, go on, start exploring all the rules available to you!
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