In reply to SKUPPAM:
OK, you want an array of ovm_analysis_imp_decl exports whose size is parametrized.
Two solutions I can think of.
Create an array of classes derived from ovm_subscriber and connect to them instead of using the ovm_analysis_imp_decl wrappers. They will be able to access the Scoreboard because they will have a handle to their parent.
Arrays of components (ovm_subscriber) may have unwanted overhead, so you could create an alternate version of the macro to store a link number and passes that to your write_() method.
`define analysis_imp_decl_array(SFX) \
class ovm_analysis_imp``SFX #(type T=int, type IMP=int) \
extends ovm_port_base #(tlm_if_base #(T,T)); \
int m_index; \ `OVM_IMP_COMMON(`TLM_ANALYSIS_MASK,`"ovm_analysis_imp``SFX`",IMP) \
function void write( input T t); \
m_imp.write``SFX( t, m_index); \
Then your code would look like
class myscoreboard extends ovm_component;
ovm_analysis_imp_dme#(apb_trans, myscoreboard) dme_imps[NUM_LINKS];
function new(string name, ovm_component parent);
dme_imps[i] = new($sformatf("dme_imp_%0d",i), this);
dme_imps[i].m_index = i;
function void write_dme(apb_trans t, int index);
// index will be set to the imp this came from