Data Type ResultState

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Classification

Name ResultState
Short Description State of Result
Class Simple Data Type
Base Data Type SimpleType
Default Value ALL_FAILED
Provide a Literal Yes
SpecifiedBy ISO 13209-3
Standard Compliant Yes

Description

ResultState is an enumeration type describing the state of a Result.

The list of allowed enumeration values is defined as follows:

Value Literal Description
ALL_FAILED @ResultState:ALL_FAILED All ECUs in a functional group (listening to the same functional address) failed to answer, in case of physical addressing: the one requested ECU failed to answer.
ALL_INVALID @ResultState:ALL_INVALID All ECUs in a functional group (listening to the same functional address) returned an invalid answer, in case of physical addressing: the one requested ECU returned an invalid response.
ALL_NEGATIVE @ResultState:ALL_NEGATIVE All ECUs in a functional group (listening to the same functional address) returned a negative response, in case of physical addressing: the one requested ECU returned a negative response.
ALL_POSITIVE @ResultState:ALL_POSITIVE All ECUs in a functional group (listening to the same functional address) returned a positive response, in case of physical addressing: the one requested ECU returned a positive response.
FAILED @ResultState:FAILED Some of the ECUs in a functional group (listening to the same functional address) failed to answer.
INVALID @ResultState:INVALID Some of the ECUs in a functional group (listening to the same functional address) returned an invalid response.
NEGATIVE @ResultState:NEGATIVE Some of the ECUs in a functional group (listening to the same functional address) returned a negative response.
POSITIVE @ResultState:POSITIVE Some of the ECUs in a functional group (listening to the same functional address) returned a positive response.

Order Relation

ResultState values may occur as operands of comparisons. For this case, the following order relation is defined. Started with the lowest value ALL_FAILED = 0:

ALL_FAILED < ALL_INVALID < ALL_NEGATIVE < ALL_POSITIVE < FAILED < INVALID < NEGATIVE < POSITIVE

Literal

The syntax for Literals for complex data types should be used, where the member value is one of the values in the list.

@ResultState:ALL_FAILED|ALL_INVALID|ALL_NEGATIVE|ALL_POSITIVE| FAILED|INVALID|NEGATIVE|POSITIVE

Core Conversion

The following table shows the rules for conversion to another data type:

Conversion Result Sample
ToBoolean Undefined (should not be used)
ToInteger Returns the index of the value in the ResultStates enumeration (smallest index is 0) Integer val = ToInteger(@ResultState:ALL_FAILED); // Returns 0
ToFloat Undefined (should not be used)
ToString Returns the name of the enumeration value String s = ToString(@ResultState:ALL_FAILED); // Returns "ALL_FAILED"
ToByteField Undefined (should not be used)

Sample

DiagCom.ResultState ResultStateVariable = @ResultState:ALL_FAILED;