Post-Map Simulation

Hi! I am new to this news group.I am doing my project work in Xilinx(ISE

5.2).I use Modelsim 5.6e for simulations. My design is in VHDL. The simulations for Behavioral and Post-Translate are coming as expected.But Modelsim is showing error when I do Post-Map simulations. Name of my entity is strem_entity and testbench is test_bench.

---------------------------------------------------- Modelsim is giving the following error:

---------------------------------------------------- # ** Error: (vsim-SDF-3250) stream_entity_map.sdf(0): Failed to find INSTANCE '/UUT'. # Error loading design # Error: Error loading design # Pausing macro execution # MACRO ./test_bench.mdo PAUSED at line 10.


When I open and see test_bench.mdo in note pad,it has following contents:

------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## NOTE: Do not edit this file. ## Auto generated by Project Navigator for VHDL Post-Map Simulation ## vlib work ## Compile Post-Map Model for Module streamcompression vcom -just e -87 -explicit -work work stream_entity_map.vhd vcom -skip e -87 -explicit -work work stream_entity_map.vhd vcom -just e -93 -explicit -work work test_bench.vhd vcom -skip e -93 -explicit -work work test_bench.vhd vsim -t 1ps -sdfmax /UUT=stream_entity_map.sdf -lib work testbench do test_bench.udo view wave add wave * view structure view signals view process run 0ps ## End


I don't have a instance by name UUT in my design.I think that is created by project navigator.Could any one help me regarding this.I am not able to understan why is modelsim giving the message.It would you be great if any one can help me to over come this problem.

Thank you,


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Hi, In ISE, in the properties of "Simulate Post-Place..." , you have to change the value of "UUT instance name" (which defaults to UUT), to the name you have used in your testbench to instantiate the design you are testing.


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