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This view is designed to deliver the information about a single application necessary to check its quality status and evolution over the last release. It strongly highlights critical violations, either with their impact on an application's behavior, or with their technical nature.

It displays information that is similar to the Assessment - Portfolio Level.

This view requires access to at least one Application.


Left hand panel

Please see the section Left hand panel in Using the CAST Engineering Dashboard for more information about this.

Main window panels

Four main panels are available:

Critical Violations by Module (exception/impact approach)
Displays the number of violations (i.e., defects for rules that have been tagged as a "critical contribution" in the Assessment Model) split per module of the selected application, and per Health Factor. Hyperlinks lead to the Risk Indicators - Object Level listing the defects. Added and removed tables help identify the number of violations that have been added or removed since the previous snapshot.
Application History (trending approach)Displays the evolution (over successive snapshots) of the Health Factor grades against the volume of the application (counted as kLOCs). The panel is designed to detect dangerous drifts and impacts of large code addition/deletion on quality.
Critical Violations (exception/rule approach)Displays the list of rules tagged as "critical contribution" in the Assessment Model with violations, together with the number of these violations and the resulting grade as a visual gauge. It also displays the list of such rules with the largest variation on the number of violations.
Project Improvement and Degradation (FAQueries access)Displays the available FAQueries to access the results in a separate browser of frequently asked queries about violations found in the application.
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