You can use Tcl commands to interact with your hardware under test. The hardware is organized in a set of hierarchical first-class Tcl objects (see the following table).
|hw_server||Object referring to hardware server. Each hw_server can have one or more hw_target objects associated with it.|
|hw_target||Object referring to JTAG cable or board. Each hw_target can have one or more hw_device objects associated with it.|
|hw_device||Object referring to a device in the JTAG chain, including AMD FPGAs or adaptive SoCs. Each hw_device can have one or more hw_ila objects associated with it.|
|hw_ila||Object referring to an ILA core in the AMD FPGA or adaptive SoC. Each hw_ila object can have only one hw_ila_data object associated with it. Each hw_ila object can have one or more hw_probe objects associated with it.|
|hw_ila_data||Object referring to data uploaded from an ILA debug core.|
|hw_probe||Object referring to the probe input of an ILA debug core.|
|hw_vio||Object referring to a VIO core in the AMD FPGA or adaptive SoC.|
For more information about the Hardware Manager commands, run the help -category hardware Tcl command in the Tcl Console.