Track uses of FIXME tags
The PL/SQL code rule "Track uses of FIXME tags" is used to track the use of FIXME tags in PL/SQL code. FIXME tags are used to indicate areas of code that require attention or further investigation. This rule will help to identify any code that contains FIXME tags, so that they can be addressed quickly and efficiently. This rule will also help to ensure that any code that contains FIXME tags is properly documented and maintained.
- Ease of tracking: FIXME tags make it easy to track the uses of a particular tag, allowing for more efficient management of code.
- Increased accuracy: By keeping track of FIXME tags, developers can more accurately identify potential issues and address them quickly.
- Better collaboration: By keeping track of FIXME tags, developers can more easily collaborate and share information with one another.
- Increased visibility: By keeping track of FIXME tags, developers can more easily identify potential issues and address them quickly.
Non-compliant Code Example
SELECT * --FIXME : Specify the columns need to be select. --Non compliant code FROM Person.Address ORDER BY PostalCode ASC; --FIXME : No need to specify ASC because it is the default. --Non compliant code