If you look at the datasheet part you have selected does
not have OpAmps or a DFB.
In workspace explorer, results tab, there is a file with suffic *.rpt, that
shows you resources and how many you have used and % used.
You can go to Project in main menu, pick device selector, and search
for a part that would meet your needs.
Thank you so much, DanaakKnight. I selected CY8C5868LTI-LP039 and the build succeeded. I've struggled for two days on that and you solved my problem. I did not realize that there was that much difference in the chips.
I have another post in to Cypress, eg, tool should not have allowed
you to place DFB, OpAmp, for the part you had selected, so hopefully
that will not happen again.
@danaaknight, I upgraded to PSoC Creator 3.0 SP1 (188.8.131.5223) and your requested fix seems to be in there. If a component is not valid for a particular PSoc5 device, the component has a watermark "Incompatible" across it. This lets you know that you either have to eliminate the component from your design or select another device that does support it. Thanks again.