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difference b/w codeinspector and extended program check

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5.what is the code inspector . difference between code inspector and extended program check .

how do we use it .


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extended program check:

You use this function to perform static checks, which are too time consuming for the normal syntax check. The extended program check returns both errors and warnings and it is possible to run either individual specialized tests or one whole standard check.

code inspector:

Code inspector is a static check on your code. This check highlights statements that MAY cause long run times or inconsistant gives the tips as to how to enhance the performance.

check this


pankaj singh.

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Code inspector is the tool that gives you a picture of what could be the pain points in terms of performance of the program. It tells you the execution time, etc, that determine the performace of the program.

Extended Program Check give information of the possible errors that can cause a short dump of the program during execution like Call function interface errors, Program interface errors, etc. Also info about the transalations and texts is given in it

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SCI Checks for the following:

1>Syntactical check

2>Security check

3>Performance check

4>Search Function

Extended Program check

1>Any obsololete stmnt used or not

2>Syntactical check

3>Any unused code in the program like routines