3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 4, 2016 8:50 AM by userc_40032

    PSoC Creator 3.0/3.3 not exporting to uVision

      I am trying to export a project from PSoC Creator to uVision and I keep getting failures.  I tried with version 3.3 and got the error:


      "The export has failed. Keil uVision was unable to write to the uVision project target projectName.uvproj. This file may be open in another instance of uVision or marked readonly. Close uVision  ot make the project file writable, then try to export again."


      There is no uVision instances open and the projectName.uvproj file does not even exist to have any attributes associated with it.  When I clicked finish at the end of the wizard I ticked the "Open containing folder" tick box but it just opened my user folder with "My Documents" highlighted.


      I thought it might be a permissions thing (even though I am not working in any special folders and permissions shouldn't be an issue), so I tried running PSoC Creator with admin privileges.  This reports that the uVision project was created successfully.  I made sure that "Open in uVision" and "Open containing folder" were ticked and clicked finish but the uVision project doesn't open and, like above, my user folder is opened with "My Documents" highlighted.  I searched for any trace of the uVision project but it has not been created even though the wizard reported that it has.


      I then tried version 3.0 SP2 I got the error:


      "The export has failed. uVision failed to create a project from the Chip Export Mode xml for project "projectName"."


      Opening the containing folder brought up the user folder with "My Documents" highlighted. Again I tried running PSoC Creator with admin privileges and I got the same result as version 3.3.  No project was created and"My Documents" in my user folder was highlighted but the wizard reported success.


      When I used version 2.1 SP1 the project I created had no problems being exported to uVision.


      I am running on Windows 7 Professional SP1 64 bit.