You can generate code that has multiple test benches from your subsystem. For the generated code to have multiple test benches, the input to your subsystem must consist of multiple signal groups.
To generate multiple test benches for your subsystem:
Instead of manually entering a Signal Builder block and creating multiple signal groups, you can use Simulink® Design Verifier™ to create a test harness model from the subsystem. In the test harness model, a Signal Builder block with one or more signal groups provides input to the subsystem. You can use this Signal Builder block to provide inputs to your subsystem. If, your model is complex, Simulink Design Verifier can create a large number of signal groups. See Troubleshooting: Test Data Exceeds Target Data Size.
To create your Signal Builder block by using Simulink Design Verifier:
Right-click the subsystem and select Design Verifier > Generate Tests for Subsystem.
In the Simulink Design Verifier Results Summary window, select Create harness model.
Open the Inputs block in the test harness model. The Inputs block is a Signal Builder block that can have one or more signal groups.
In the Signal Builder window, make sure that more than one signal group is available in the Active Group drop-down list.
Copy the Signal Builder block from the test harness model and use this block to provide inputs to your original subsystem.
Specify that test benches must be generated for the subsystem.
Open the PLC Coder app. Click the PLC Code tab.
Select Generate Testbench for Subsystem.
Right-click the subsystem and select PLC Code > Generate, Import and Verify Code for Subsystem.
In your target IDE, you can see multiple test benches. Each test bench corresponds to a signal group.
If the test data from the multiple signal groups exceeds the maximum data size on your target, you can encounter compilation errors. If you encounter compilation errors when generating multiple test benches, try one of the following:
Reduce the number of signal groups in the Signal Builder block and regenerate the test benches.
Increase the simulation step size for the subsystem.
When you are switching between signal groups, the model simulation time must remain the same for the entire simulation. Do not change the model simulation time when switching between signal groups