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If you are looking for Docklight, you have come to the right place. We explain what Docklight is and point you to the official download.

What is Docklight?

Docklight from Flachmann and Heggelbacher is an application for managing, problem-solving and testing serial communications protocols for serial devices. Its simulation tools let it send sequences and receive as well as respond to them. In fact, responses can be automated by the user, who can compose responses ahead of time to serve as answers for a particular sequence; this is especially useful in simulating scenarios for error detection and solution. Those sequences can also be organized such that the user finds it easier to find particular sequences that may aid him in his diagnostic work. Users can also save the data recorded on the application and export it as either a TXT or HTML file.

Scripting with Docklight is made feasible by an included editor for writing macros and automated simulations. This allows users even more control and resources for running tests on devices. The program also includes a DLL automating tool, a data tap utility, and a means for looking over sequences.

Docklight is for Windows users. Its communications can be integrated in certain Windows programs, including certain Microsoft Office programs and Java utilities.

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File types supported by Docklight

Our users primarily use Docklight to open these file types:

About file types supported by Docklight

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Last updated: : July 28, 2014