Oct 13, 2020 3:42:25 PM by Quest Software
Anyone writing PL/SQL code knows there’s a good chance other team members will have to read, interpret, alter and maintain that code at some point. That’s why it’s so important to use a good code review tool to ensure coding standards are met.
You may already have code standards in place.
If you do, you’re off to a good start. You may have standards for formatting code or for using (or not using) particular clauses and constructs in code. Those standards can help ensure code quality, but I recommend going a step further.
The best way to ensure code quality is with a reliable code review tool.
With the right solution, you can feel confident that quality code is always being promoted to production. With Toad® for Oracle by Quest®, you can mitigate the risk of human error. You can use this code review tool to define coding standards from a selection of 200 rules, or create new rules, to ensure development teams can correct code as they type and consistently improve overall quality.
See how to easily maintain code and reduce the likelihood of defects.
If you’re ready for a fast and easy way to ensure code quality, check out the Ask Toad webcast, “No Code Is Written in a Vacuum: Toad for Oracle Pro Helps Ensure Team-friendly PL/SQL.” In this 30-minute session, you’ll learn about the importance of running code reviews of PL/SQL objects. You’ll also see how you can use Toad for Oracle to run code reviews using out-of-the-box rules, create new rules and automate code reviews.
Be on the lookout for a new program on the first Thursday of every month. Each 30-minute session includes step-by-step guidance on an everyday challenge to simplify and streamline your work, followed by a helpful Q&A. So get ready to Ask Toad and learn something new about your favorite database management tool.
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