I am trying to automate data flow analysis at command line. But the resultant report is is without data flow analysis. Other rules are being performed correctly though.
I am providing both -bindirectory and -javacp parameters. The part of command looks like this
-directory "%RSAR_WORKSPACE%\%PROJECT%\src" -bindirectory "%RSAR_WORKSPACE%\%PROJECT%\bin" -javacp %CLASSPATH%
I have tried giving semicolan(;) separated list of path that contains referenced jars and with absolute path to each jar as well. But nothing seems to work.
Can you please post an sample or example.
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Updated on 2009-03-26T19:52:48Z at 2009-03-26T19:52:48Z by ScottN
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Re: Data Flow Analysis using RSAR through Comman Line2009-03-26T19:52:48ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Example :
-rulefile c:/deep.dat -directory C:\testing\Calculator\src -reportdirectory c:/testing/1 -bindirectory c:/testing/Calculator/bin -javacp C:/codeAnalysis/jdk6_02_backup/jre/lib;C:/codeAnalysis/jdk6_02_backup/jre/lib1 -projectName dataflow_test -verbose