tcpclient codegen fail MATLAB2020b

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Thibaut Normand
Thibaut Normand on 20 Jan 2021
Hello,
I'm trying to compile an application for an NVIDIA JETSON TX2 board using codegen
In the application, i use :
t=tcpclient("10.10.10.201",20000);
end then write to the server.
I've connected both my NVIDIA board and my tcp server to the same network as my MATLAB host.
The commands work from MATLAB console but when i try to generate code and compile using codegen, I get the following error:
"In order to generate code from AsyncIO, the target hardware must be a MATLAB host or a compatible device"
Does anybody knows what the issue is here? or has a turnaround?
Is it possible to use a special main file to create the socket and pass it to my function?
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Thibaut Normand
Thibaut Normand on 20 Jan 2021
It is an error, the faulty line is indicated in my .m file and an error report is generated.

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Ramakrishna Mandalapu
Ramakrishna Mandalapu on 19 Jul 2021
Hi Thibaut,
'tcpclient' is not supported for deployment on the NVIDIA Jetson.
From the error message it is clear that the generated code can only be run on the host platforms. We will register you requirement and optimize our code in the future releases.
Thanks,
Ramakrishna

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