When selecting a terminal strip in Terminal/Pin-Plug Manager, the following message is displayed:
Engineering Design ConsiderationYou have some invalid terminal connections.If you choose to continue the output may not be accurate.Run the Engineering Design check for "invalid terminal connections" to locate and correct these problems.
There is a problem related to connections to jumper connection points on terminals in the project. Jumper connection points on terminal symbols should only connect to other jumper connection points on terminals in the same terminal strip. Such connections represent "clip" jumpers as opposed to wires.
On the Modify Connection Point Text dialog, jumper connection points have a "Jumper" value for Configuration and typically have "J" connection point text. Non-jumper connections have a "Left" or "Right" value for Configuration and typically have "I" or "E" connection point text.
Use the "Invalid Terminal Connection" check on the Engineering Design Considerations (EDC) tool to identify the incorrectly connected terminal block(s). When a terminal block is incorrectly connected to another terminal block, a row for each appears in the results of the "Invalid Terminal Connections" EDC check.
Double-click a row in the EDC results to navigate to the problem on the schematic page.Correct any of the following conditions that are found:
It may be necessary to rearrange the connection points on the terminal symbol or change the Configuration of a connection point from "Jumper" to "Left" or "Right". Unwanted jumper connection points can be changed to non-jumper connection points. To accomplish these tasks:
Right-click the terminal symbol and select "Connection Point"
On the Modify Connection Point Text dialog, change the values in the Visible Text column. For example, changing "J" to "E" also changes the Configuration from "Jumper" to "Right".
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