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Hi,

Is there any inbuilt function at a uvm component level to find out the number of UVM_ERROR's?

Presently I am getting a handle of the uvm_report_server and then calling get_severity_count, as shown below. The user just uses the num_uvm_errors function.

If an in-built function is available at a component level, then the user need not bother about getting a report_server handle.

Thanks for the inputs.

-------code------

virtual function int num_uvm_errors();

if(server==null)

server = get_report_server();

return server.get_severity_count(UVM_ERROR);

endfunction

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Regards,

Mani

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Hi,

Is there any inbuilt function at a uvm component level to find out the number of UVM_ERROR's?

Presently I am getting a handle of the uvm_report_server and then calling get_severity_count, as shown below. The user just uses the num_uvm_errors function.

If an in-built function is available at a component level, then the user need not bother about getting a report_server handle.

Thanks for the inputs.

-------code------

virtual function int num_uvm_errors();

if(server==null)

server = get_report_server();

return server.get_severity_count(UVM_ERROR);

endfunction

-------

Regards,

Mani

hi,

the severity counts are per report_server. as every uvm_component is an uvm_report_object with (potentially) an own report_server it is upto the user to say from scope/sever the counts should be retrieved. this is the reason that you have get_report_server and get_severity_count separated.

/uwe

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Hi,

  you can try this out:

module error_count_test();

`include "uvm_macros.svh"
 import uvm_pkg::*;

int get_uvm_error_count; 

uvm_report_server srvr;

initial srvr = uvm_report_server::get_server();

initial begin

  //after your operation

  get_uvm_error_count = srvr.get_severity_count(UVM_ERROR));

 $display("total uvm error count is %0d",get_uvm_error_count);

end

endmodule

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