Applies to:
Foxtrot Legacy — all versions

Summary:
Unlike Foxtrot, Foxtrot Legacy requires an established emulator connection and a loaded database.

Before you Begin

  • Verify that you have read, write, and modify permissions to the proper HLLAPI path. Typically, this is located in the same (if not a relative) folder as the emulators HLLAPI path. If you’re unsure on the location of this path, Foxtrot will display it in the Emulator Path in Step 5 below
  • Verify that the emulator is running
  • Verify that the emulator has a valid Short Name. The steps for setting up a Short Name for your emulator can be found in the Foxtrot Legacy Emulator Setup Help document, located in your Foxtrot Suite directory

The Emulator Setup Wizard
From Foxtrot Legacy’s Menu Bar, select Tools > Preferences

  1. Click the button named Emulator Setup Wizard
    Foxtrot Legacy Preferences
  2. You will be greeted with the Welcome screen. Click Next to proceed
    Foxtrot Legacy Emulator Setup Wizard Welcome Screen
  3. Select the Drive you wish to search for your emulator. Once selected, click Update
    Emulator Setup Wizard - Select Drive
  4. After Foxtrot has completed scaning for emualtors, click Next to continue
  5. Select an emulator you wish to use. There may be multiple emulators
    Select an Emulator
  6. Verify the emulators information. If you have not done so already, please verify that you have read, write, and modify permissions to the Emulator Path. To verify these permissions, navigate to this location and attempt to create a text documentVerify Emulator Information
  7. Step 3 will require you to verify that a Short Name has been established. Click Next to continue
    Emulator Setup Wizard - Connect
  8. Foxtrot will display a message prompting you to verify that your emulator is up and running. Click OK to proceed
    Start your Emulator
  9. If successful, you should see the following message
    Successfully Connected to EmulatorEmulator Setup Wizard - Connection Established

If you fail to successfully connect to your emulator, verify that you have the proper permissions to the HLLAPI path, and that the emulator has a Short Name.
Last Modified 04/12/2017