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Can Bus Connection with the Can Bus Analyzer with C#

Hello Guys,
 
i wanted to develope a Application with C# and not with C++. Now my question is, is it possible to read the Data sent from the Microchip Can Bus Analyzer? I just want to read the Data and the ID from the Can Bus. I dont even need more.
 
Thanks for your Answers.
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    Re: Can Bus Connection with the Can Bus Analyzer with C# 2019/09/15 17:52:42 (permalink)
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    Hi pad94,
    I have it question,
    I have c# driver WinUsb ok,
    I need function driver usb, and commands list to send and receiver pip.
     
    1- usb drive or lib.
    2- list commands.
    others we developper custom code.
     
    thanks,
    Carlos.
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    Re: Can Bus Connection with the Can Bus Analyzer with C# 2019/09/15 17:52:42 (permalink)
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    Hi pad94,
    I have it question,
    I have c# driver WinUsb ok,
    I need function driver usb, and commands list to send and receiver pip.
     
    1- usb drive or lib.
    2- list commands.
    others we developper custom code.
     
    thanks,
    Carlos.
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    Re: Can Bus Connection with the Can Bus Analyzer with C# 2019/09/16 10:37:40 (permalink)
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    Download the Visual Studio source for the Can Bus Analyzer from MCHP and look at the code. It's just a bulk USB connection. If you send the right code, it will send the data in the record format listed in globals.h
    Changing from Visual Studio C++ to C# shouldn't be a problem.
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