TSC / CCS / MCS

Test - Integrate - Control

A new TOPE command: tcrepeat

Effective from version 19477, CCS5 and TSC provide a new TOPE command to repeat sending a previous telecommand. Read More...

Remember to clear CCS settings when upgrading

Due to recent changes in settings storage, if you upgrade CCS5 to version 19471 or later, it is mandatory to clear settings and reconfigure your installation.
In general, we recommend clearing settings every time CCS is upgraded in order to minimise chances of obscure misbehaviour.

Enhanced user roles

The latest tested CCS5 release delivers improved user modes among other new features. Read More...

New CCS5 release is available for download

We proudly announce a new CCS5 release for Windows and Linux with numerous bugfixes and enhancements. Read More...

asdtoarc moved to the utope namespace

The TOPE function TOOLS::asdtoarc has been moved to the utope:: namespace as part of the general harmonisation and bug fixing in the area of time handling API. In fact, now you can invoke this function without any namespace qualifier. Explicit references to TOOLS::asdtoarc will trigger a syntax error.
The change is effective starting from the version 18619.

Changes in TM VC mask and TC security mask

Two low-level changes have been introduced in the TOPE syntax that might affect your applications.

::utope::vcMaskTM is now TM::Status(vcMask)

It continues to be used both locally in the CCS console and in IFMGR, to mask out telemetry packets or frames received on a certain virtual channel.

::utope::cltuHandler(authMapIdMask) is now ::utope::cltuHandler(secMapIdMask)

The same change is reflected in the GSFE API, i.e. GSFE::status will now contain the index secMapIdMask instead of authMapIdMask.

Renaming of CLTU properties

CCS5 will be enhanced soon with new TC authentication algorithms in additon to the current "hard knapsack" algorithm. Therefore, related settings, commands and CLTU handler array indexes have been renamed. Read More...

New download links for Linux installers

The download links for Linux RPMs have been changed to reflect that we support multiple Linux distributions from the RHEL and SUSE families.
Tested releases can be found here, and nightly builds - here.

MetOp-SG CCS and SUSE

We proudly announce that CCS5 has been selected for the MetOp-SG Central Checkout System that will be delivered to Airbus DS at Toulouse. The ICI (Ice Cloud Imager) instrument will be tested with CCS5 as well. Read More...

tcom Tcl package replaced by twapi

The tcom package that provides access to COM objects on Windows has been replaced by the twapi package. Read More...