Ready for Oracle 12c

The Oracle 12c grammar is now supported in the new versions of the Trivadis CodeChecker, CodeChecker for SQL Developer and CodeAnalyzer. The following example code, copied from a colleague at Trivadis, shows how to insert rows while querying a view. This might not be the most appropriate way to implement auditing, but it shows in a […]

Trivadis PL/SQL & SQL CodeChecker for SQL Developer Released

A half a year ago Trivadis released a command line utility to scan code within a directory tree for guideline violations of the Trivadis PL/SQL & SQL Coding Guidelines Version 2.0. This is tool is perfectly suited to process millions of lines of code, but an integration into Oracle SQL Developer was missing until […]

Trivadis PL/SQL & SQL CodeChecker Released

In August 2009 Trivadis – the company I work for – released the first version of their PL/SQL & SQL Coding Guidelines. Back then we made our PL/SQL assessments based on interviews and checked the code against our guidelines using Code Xpert, SQL*Plus scripts and some manual/visual checks. You may imagine that […]