ISO 14229-1 PDF

This positiveResponse parameter value is reserved for server internal implementation. The generalReject response code shall only be implemented in the server if none of the negative response codes defined in this document meet the needs of the implementation. At no means shall this response code be a general replacement for other response codes defined. The server shall send this response code in case the client has sent a request message with a service identifier, which is either unknown or not supported by the server. Therefore this negative response code is not shown in the list of negative response codes to be supported for a diagnostic service, because this negative response code is not applicable for supported services. In this circumstance the client shall perform repetition of the "identical request message" or "another request message".

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This positiveResponse parameter value is reserved for server internal implementation. The generalReject response code shall only be implemented in the server if none of the negative response codes defined in this document meet the needs of the implementation.

At no means shall this response code be a general replacement for other response codes defined. The server shall send this response code in case the client has sent a request message with a service identifier, which is either unknown or not supported by the server.

Therefore this negative response code is not shown in the list of negative response codes to be supported for a diagnostic service, because this negative response code is not applicable for supported services. In this circumstance the client shall perform repetition of the "identical request message" or "another request message".

The repetition of the request shall be delayed by a time specified in the respective implementation documents. This response code is in general supported by each diagnostic service, as not otherwise stated in the data link specific implementation document, therefore it is not listed in the list of applicable response codes of the diagnostic services.

This may occur when sequence sensitive requests are issued in the wrong order. If the sequence is sent different by the client the server shall send a negative response message with the negative response code 0x24 requestSequenceError.

This response code shall be implemented for all services, which allow the client to read data, write data or adjust functions by data in the server. The server shall send this response code if one of the following cases occur: the test conditions of the server are not met, the required message sequence e. DiagnosticSessionControl, securityAccess is not met, the client has sent a request message which requires an unlocked server.

Beside the mandatory use of this negative response code as specified in the applicable services within this standard, this negative response code can also be used for any case where security is required and is not yet granted to perform the required service. This counts as an attempt to gain security.

The server shall remain locked and increment its internal securityAccessFailed counter. The active transferData sequence shall be aborted.

Flash Memory. Note that the repetition of a TransferData request message with a blockSequenceCounter equal to the one included in the previous TransferData request message shall be accepted by the server.

As soon as the requested service has been completed, the server shall send a positive response message or negative response message with a response code different from this. The negative response message with this response code may be repeated by the server until the requested service is completed and the final response message is sent. This response code might impact the application layer timing parameter values. The detailed specification shall be included in the data link specific implementation document.

This response code shall only be used in a negative response message if the server will not be able to receive further request messages from the client while completing the requested diagnostic service. When this response code is used, the server shall always send a final response positive or negative independent of the suppressPosRspMsgIndicationBit value. A typical example where this response code may be used is when the client has sent a request message, which includes data to be programmed or erased in flash memory of the server.

This response code shall only be used when the requested sub-function is known to be supported in another session, otherwise response code 0x12 subFunctionNotSupported shall be used. This response code shall be supported by each diagnostic service with a sub-function parameter, if not otherwise stated in the data link specific implementation document, therefore it is not listed in the list of applicable response codes of the diagnostic services.

This response code shall only be used when the requested service is known to be supported in another session, otherwise response code 0x11 serviceNotSupported shall be used. This is different from RPM too high negative response and needs to be allowed. This is different from RPM too low negative response, and needs to be allowed. DTC Status Byte.

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ISO 14229-1:2020

Here, the location and size of the data is specified. In turn, the controller specifies how large the data packets can be. With this service, the software from the control unit is transferred to the tester. The location and size must be specified. Again, the size of the data blocks are specified by the tester. This service is used for both uploading and downloading data. The transfer direction is notified in advance by the service "Request Download" or "Upload Request".

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