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DDTS findbug Issue

Have you ever had a simple DDTS findbug command return no output and no error message when you believe it should output some basic output?

For example, here is a command that most people would expect to work:

findbug -k TYPE test-name has "test1_test2"

The problem with this command is that DDTS queries are in SQL, and SQL uses the underscore ("_") as a special character. So, for the DDTS findbug command to work, all that you have to do is add the percent sign ("%") before each underscore.

Here is an example of the same command with the work around:

findbug -k TYPE test-name has "test1%_test2"

That's it. Give it a try.

by Phil for Humanity
on 05/03/2012

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