Originally Posted by justa3series
No need for detailed DIY, you need to read and use the tools available to you. NCSdummy is amazing and will help you find the value then you need to change it.
While this is true, it perhaps isn't really obvious that you need to use the code via NETTODAT option. NCSdummy does a great job of listing out all the options, but even with the latest version is isn't clear that you need to change the value, then write the module trace data back different from normal option coding (sg_codieren with FSW PSW MAN). The option is MIND_ANZ_ZYKL_TIPP_BLK. The parameter needs to be custom added with the data being the number of blinks you want (I used 4). From there you can export the trace data as a NETTODAT.MAN file and write it back to the module using the job coapiCodeSgByNettoData. It's all explained in the NCSdummy thread "Taking the expert out of NCS expert".