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How to speed-up Verify processing on a huge JAVA project.

Dear Experts,

The customer experienced a very slow processing while conducting a VERIFY on a huge number of JAVA programs. They imported more than 1800 JAVA files into one Workspace. They're wondering how to expedite the processing of VERIFY.

I would be most appreciative of any information you could give me in this regard.

Best regards,



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Micro Focus Frequent Contributor
Micro Focus Frequent Contributor

With Java files there are a number of things that need to be considered when parsing the code. These are:

- The use of packages and how you structure your directories to match the package definitions.

- Use of the jar files/directories to resolve import statements

- Length of source directories when parsing the programs

- Setting of the classpath within the project and workspace settings. The amount of jars, loaded, the amount of jars to look through

- The product cannot process .ear files – these need to be expanded as the product can only process jar files.

- Location of the web.xml, the reference to the tld files and the location of the tld files  that allow the jsp files parse correctly.

You need to raise a support incident and include details of how the product is configured so that this can be


Adrian Bean
Support Engineer, EMEA SupportLine

Micro Focus

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