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Memory (dictionary item)
For automation interface information about a Memory, see Memory.
A Memory item and its linked Memory Type define the memory requirements for a Board Type.
The following properties of a Memory are inherited from a linked Memory Type:
Dual Ported
You can create a Memory through the context menu of a Board Type, and through the Memory tab of a Board Type's Property Pages.
If you select the Proprietary\Memories folder in the Dictionary pane, the Contents pane displays the following information about each Memory in the model: Memory Start, Memory End and Memory Size.
In the Modeler panes, a short-cut symbol on the Memory's icon indicates that the item is a stub.
The following sections provide information about how a Memory item is used in the model. For more information about a property, item, model part or diagram, click it.
In addition to the standard properties, a Memory item has these properties:
Memory Start
Memory End
Memory Size
The Memory Type list on the Options tab of a Memory's Property Pages allows you to link the Memory with a Memory Type.
Owned by
Board Type
Dependency — The Dependency is owned jointly by the Memory and the other associated item. The access permissions you have to a Dependency are determined by the access permissions of the dependent item.
Defined in these parts of the model
System Architecture Model
Shown on these diagrams
Variant Diagram
Can be linked to these dictionary items
Memory Type —The linked Memory Type specifies the Speed of the Memory, and whether the Memory is Dual Ported, Persistent and Writeable.