Once the programming file has been associated with the hardware device,
you can program the hardware device using by right-clicking on the device in the
Hardware window and selecting the Program Device menu option. You can also use the
program_hw_device Tcl command. For instance, to
program the first device in the JTAG chain, use the following Tcl command:
program_hw_devices [lindex [get_hw_devices] 0]
Once the progress dialog has indicated that the programming is 100% complete, you can check that the hardware device has been programmed successfully by examining the DONE status in the Hardware Device Properties view.
You can also use the
command to check the DONE status. For instance, to check the DONE status of a
Kintex®-7 device that is the first device in the JTAG
chain, use the following Tcl command:
get_property REGISTER.IR.BIT5_DONE [lindex [get_hw_devices] 0]
On Versal devices, the command
differs slightly because the DONE status register is different. Index 1 must be read as
the first device returned by
get_hw_devices, and will
arm_dap in a single device use case.
get_property REGISTER.JTAG_STATUS.BIT_DONE [lindex [get_hw_devices] 1]
If you use another means to program the hardware device (for instance, a
flash device or external device programmer), you can also refresh the status of a
hardware device by right-clicking the Refresh Device menu option or by running the
refresh_hw_device Tcl command. This refreshes the
various properties for the device, including but not limited to the DONE status.
To determine the user scan chain setting, for non-Versal architectures, open the implemented design and use:
get_property C_USER_SCAN_CHAIN [get_debug_cores dbg_hub]
You can change the user scan chain used in the Vivado
Hardware Manager. Note that the
is a bit mask value. See the following figure.
Alternatively you can specify the user scan chain value as an option to
hw_server -e "set bscan-switch-user-mask <user-bit-mask>"
"set xsdb-user-bscan <C_USER_SCAN_CHAIN scan_chain_number>"to detect the debug hub at User Scan Chain of 2 or 4.