Database documentation and code-quality auditing
- Tests, debugs, and documents your database design
- Indexes every property in your design in a separate Notes® database
- Highlights functional dependencies within the design
- Verifies compliance with design standards and spotlights problem areas
- Eliminates the need for time-consuming code reviews
- Uncovers compatibility issues before upgrade projects
Teamstudio Analyzer is proof that knowledge is power. Because with Analyzer, you’ll know exactly what’s in your database and whether it’s performing as expected. And that improves your ability to maintain the database and ensure that it’s running optimally, that it complies with company design standards, and that it can upgrade easily. You’ll also know that staff assigned to work on the database won’t go batty trying to figure it out. How does Analyzer do it? In short, by exhaustively documenting every corner of your database and then giving you the tools to analyze and act on that information.
“This product paid for itself on day one.” - Doug Finner, Elbit Systems
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Is your code in line with good practices? Find out fast
Analyzer audits your design by testing it against a pre-defined set of criteria called filters. Results of the audit are written to an output database, which makes it easier to identify standards violations, potential performance problems, etc., for further review. When you run Analyzer subsequently, you can choose to analyze only those design elements that have changed since Analyzer was last run.
See your database in a whole new light
Analysis results file (click image to enlarge)
Teamstudio Analyzer works by first reading the design of your Notes database or template. It then creates a separate Notes database that represents the design. The resulting “analysis output” database contains a separate document for each design element—such as a form, view, subform or field—with fields that represent each property or attribute of that design element. Analyzer’s powerful auditing capabilities also make it possible to examine combinations of elements to ensure a design can meet a unique set of criteria. You can define your requirements and then apply them to the design of any database or template you choose. By automatically reviewing your code against pre-defined criteria and established best practices, Analyzer improves code quality and eliminates time-consuming code reviews. It also logs all quality checks for future reference.
Take the mystery out of your application
Mystery belongs in a novel, not in an application. Through comprehensive documentation and built-in analysis tools, Analyzer tells the story of your application in concise detail. Throughout the application lifecycle, Teamstudio Analyzer provides assurance that your application is healthy, accessible, and ready for action.
"Teamstudio products give me an edge in delivering application and administrative results in shorter time frames and with more accurate results. Whether it's the ability to breakdown an application into a searchable library with Analyzer or fixing a design in hundreds of spots in seconds with Configurator, I won't be caught in a critical moment without my toolkit (I prefer to say weapons) from Teamstudio." - Paul Grottoli, Virtual Improvement Company, Inc.
“Teamstudio Analyzer helped me do the job that was expected—more quickly and efficiently than I could have done it on my own—and I kept my boss out of the target zone.” - Dick Whetstone, Commonwealth of Virginia
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