This page will help you solve problems related to Universal Analyzer framework.

If you want to analyze a language not already supported by CAST, then you need to configure the Universal Analyzer to do so using the proprietary CAST Universal Analyzer Framework (a set of categories that describe a language and how to analyze that language).

For more information, refer to:

*Observed in CAST AIP

*Observed on RDBMS


Action Plan

 Relevant Input

  • CAST Support Tool (CST) - alias Sherlock export with the following options: Export Logs, Export Configuration files, Export Computer Environment,Export CAST Bases
  • Screenshot of the problem - For example, you have defined your metamodel correctly using the correct tags yet, you are not able to see the objects in the Enlighten. Then you need to provide the screenshot of the part of the metamodel to justify that you have used the correct tag as shown below -
  • If the language you want to analyze includes embedded SQL (i.e. calls to server-side database objects), then you need to tell the Universal Analyzer which objects need to be searched for embedded SQL. This can be done by ensuring that each object that needs to be searched for embedded SQL inherits from the ESQLSearchable category.
  • link of the official documentation showing where you picked the tag from

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