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FAQ-Differences Between the Displaying of Board Codes with Different Commands on an NE5000E

Publication Date:  2012-07-27 Views:  116 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
Currently, on 8090, you can use the display elable 4 command or display boardinfo slotid 4 eeprom 0 command to display the codes of boards. What are the differences between these two commands? 
 
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Handling Process
A:
The display elable command completes different functions when used in the user view and the hidden view. When used in the user view, this command prints all bar code information about one board. When used in the hidden view, however, this command prints only the bar code of the handle bar. For details, see the attachment.
The command display boardinfo slotid 4 eeprom is similar to a simplified version of the command display elable in the user view. It has options 0 to 9, each of which corresponds to a different bar code of the handle bar or PIC card. For example, 0 is the bar code of a handle bar and 1 is the bar code of an LPUE board. 
 
Root Cause
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Suggestions
The boards delivered before June 2007, do not support the remote displaying of codes. The time varies with boards.  

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