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  1. The cook book from Mentor tells following and in another thread, the moderator also suggested against using the sub phases of run. However in one of my projects, I do find the need for using them (and infact we had an internal implemention of something similar in our previous OVM version). Are there any thing happening on this front? Is there a risk in using the sub phases if some of that changes in a future version? "The Accellera UVM committee is still developing the use models and APIs for new UVM phasing as it relates to sequences and transactors. In the mean time, our recommendation is to wait until that work is done and the API is stable. There are a number of future articles in this section which will be available here at that time, and which will describe our recommendations for using this technology. These include: How to make your testbench phase aware [Not yet available] How to manage sequences in the context of phasing [Not yet available] How to design reusable transactors that work in the context of phasing [Not yet available] "
  2. Is it possible to do a uvm_config_db::set() for an object of derived class type using the base class handle and later do a uvm_config_db::get() of same object using the derived class handle Since a base class handle can be used to point to a derived class object and later typecase, I thought this would work, but doesn't seem to be so. Any help will be appreciated? Here is an example class BaseA ; endclass class DerivedA extends BaseA endclass 1) Set config_db DerivedA a1; a1 = DerivedA::create() uvm_config_db#(DerivedA)::set(this, "" , "myobj", a1); 2) Get config_db BaseA a1; DerivedA a2; uvm_config_db#(BaseA)::get(this, "" , "myobj", a1); $cast(a2, a1);
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