In two previous blogs I showed you how to create audit rules and how to create a fix for your audit rule using the JDeveloper Extension Framework. If you want to get your hands dirty writing some of your own rules, there now is a good starting point for that.
The idea was created during a few sessions with Wilfred van der Deijl creating our presentation, Quality Assurance with the JDeveloper Auditing Framework, for the UKOUG. The goal is to try and create an extension project, to automate ADF coding standards and best practises. The current idea is to use the ADF Code Guidelines document as starting point to create custom rules.
As time is always a critical matter in situations like this, all help is welcome. Anyone who wants to contribute and help us writing code/rules/fixes/etc is welcome to do so. I think it would be a create feature for the whole ADF community if we can write an extension that checks the most common pitfalls already during development.
As we speak we’re still working on an SonarQube plug-in to automate this rules and make them visible in JDeveloper as well as SonarQube.
- The ADF EMG Audit Rules project on java.net.