I have a board with two FPGAs in the JTAG chain. Is the following scenario possible?
This use case may not be possible because of the following reasons:
Because of the way iMPACT works, ChipScope cannot take over the cable until it is disconnected from the iMPACT tool.
Also with ChipScope, it is possible to use multiple instances of the tool to time share the JTAG chain and program the FPGAs, but it is not possible to set the trigger on one FPGA and try to program another FPGA using a different instance of the ChipScope tool. When the trigger is set in ChipScope, it will be polling the hardware periodically and updates the waveform when the storage buffer is full.
12/02/2013 - Initial release