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Participant ejubenville
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Registered: ‎10-17-2008

Can I view a full schematic in Project Navigator with an XPS child project?

I have an ISE 14.5 project with a single XMP source file (from XPS) as the top level design source, but cannot seem to get a full schematic view.  The schematic shown under "View RTL Schematic" under the synthesis processing section only shows the top level system wrapper and won't let me dive deeper.

 

When using PlanAhead with a similar XMP project as a child, I can view the schematic this way:

 

     Flow Navigator -> Synthesis -> Open Synthesized Design -> Schematic.

 

Is there an equivalent when using ISE as the implementation method?

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Xilinx Employee
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Registered: ‎05-14-2008

Re: Can I view a full schematic in Project Navigator with an XPS child project?

Use "View Technology Schematic". RTL schematic is the pre-synthesis schematic and the xmp module is just a black box to it.

 

Vivian

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Participant ejubenville
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Re: Can I view a full schematic in Project Navigator with an XPS child project?

Using View Technology Schematic doesn't do it either.  The first level shows the "system_top" block, from which I can right-click and "Show Block Contents".  That shows a few details about I/O bufs, etc., and a "system" block.  However, this system block cannot be drilled down into.  Right-click no longer has a "Show Block Contents" option.

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