LANSA Static Code Analysis

Using our unique expertise in analysing complex relationships via the semantic triple, Oxford Metadata, has achieve a world first: To reverse engineer LANSA – the leading Low-Code Development Environment in the IBMi eco-system. 

The solution has been adopted by CM First in its GraphDB based CM EvolveIT Documentation/Static Code Analysis Presentation Environment. 

See our presentation on how Static Code Analysis – until recently only reserved for NASA and Nuclear Power Plant Software Engineering projects – can be used in your IBMi solutions! 


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