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what is the meaning of code review in java?

 
johny john
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wts the meaning of code review in erp project?
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Himanshu Bisht
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Well dont know what it means in ERP terms but normally it is to check the quality and efficiency of the code written.
 
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Thanks...
 
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Johny John
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Also, since this is a general question about software development (has nothing to do with servlets in particular) I'm moving this to the General Computing forum.
 
Stan James
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There are several possible goals for code reviews. All of them involve a bunch of people reading or gathering to discuss some code, but mixing them can be disasterous. Focus on one at a time:

Find defects - Look for errors, maybe suggest corrections

Standards compliance - Check method names, code style, exception handling, library usage, etc.

Knowledge transfer - The author explains what he did and why.

Quality assessment - High level evaluation, perhaps comparing vendors or open source options.

I'm sure there are more. I think the book "Code Complete" had a good discussion of all this.
 
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