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Checkstyle & Maven Tutorial

Step 1: The pom.xml with the checkstyle plugin and properties.

Step 2: The checkstyle files that define the rules.

src/main/resources/checkstyle/myapp-checks.xml

src/main/resources/checkstyle/myapp-suppressions.xml

Step 3: Running via mvn command.

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Findbugs and Maven tutorial

Findbugs is an open source project for a static analysis of the Java bytecode to identify potential software bugs.

Findbugs-structure

Step 1: The pom.xml with the findbug & site reporting plugins and properties.

Step 2: Exclude certain classes with an exclude filter

src/main/resources/findbugs/excludeFilter.xml

Step 3: Running mvn command to spot bugs

Step 4: Running mvn command to report bugs

this creates the file “findbugs.html”

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Maven and Cobertura Tutorial

Cobertura is a free code coverage tool, which calculates the percentage of Java code accessed by unit tests.

Step 1: The pom.xml file with the relevant reporting plugins. The properties also shown to set the coverage percentage and to skip code coverage or not.

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Notepad++ beginner tutorial

You can download Notepad++ from http://notepad-plus-plus.org/download. It is a very handy productivity boosting tools. Q. Why is Notepad++ is a very handy tool? A.  Notepad++ is a very handy developer tool. Here are some of the productivity benefits of Notepad++. … Read more ›...

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Notepad++ productivity tips with SQL trigger code example

One of the traits of good developers is that being lazy and this laziness leads to finding productive ways to perform a task. Recently, I had to create a number of triggers to a few existing tables. It is quite a repetitive task, hence I decided to use notepad++ regex...

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Notepad++ to construct SQL where clause

Lets take a tutorial like scenario to demonstrate power of Notepad++ as a  developer productivity tool. Q. How will you extract rule_name values from a tabular data shown below and convert it to an SQL query as shown below as well? This data could com from an excel spread sheet,…...

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