Is it possible to program the flash in boot-mode on the BF706 EZLITE without using CCES?
You need CCES to program the flash. We have Command line Device programmer(CLDP) utility which is invoked from a Command Prompt window as cldp.exe to flash on target. Command line Device programmer(CLDP) utility which is invoked from a Command Prompt window as cldp.exe to flash on target. CLDP do not work without CCES License.
Detailed information on how to activate an Evaluation license can be found within the following FAQ on the EngineerZone: https://ez.analog.com/docs/DOC-2414
You can also refer Chapter 2 'Activating a License' in the CrossCore Software Licensing Guide which is available in the below link: http://www.analog.com/CrossCoreLicensingGuide
Detailed information regarding the Command Line Device Programmer can be found in CCES Help using the following path: <Help>->CrossCore Embedded Studio 2.6.0->Integrated Development Environment->Working with Bootable and Non-bootable Files->Device Programmer
Please refer the below linked FAQ:FAQ: How do I program flash on my target board using CrossCore Embedded Studio?https://ez.analog.com/docs/DOC-2111
If you are looking for mass production, alternative solutions for mass production flash programming are available, the JTAG Flash Programmer fromhttp://www.jtag.comorRonetix: http://www.ronetix.at/flash-programmer.htmlorBP Micro Systems: http://www.bpmmicro.com/orData IO: http://www.dataio.com/
As of CCES 2.8.0, the Command Line Device Programmer (CLDP) no longer requires a license.
In CCES 2.8.0, the need for a CCES license has been removed from the CLDP. Users can now use the CLDP without having to have a separate license for each machine it is used on. A full CCES install is still needed in order to use the CLDP however.