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Working with Sets of Audits

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Delphi and C++ source code Audits provide wide sets of available audits. When you open a project, the default set of audits is active.

In the QA Audits (Delphi projects) and C++ Audits Configuration (C++ projects) dialog boxes, active audits are indicated by check marks. You can set or clear these check marks to customize the active audits. When you click Start, all active audits are processed.

You can use the Save audit set Save audit set toolbar button to save a set of active audits in a file and then you can use the Load audit set Load audit set toolbar button to load the set of audits from this file. For Delphi projects, you can restore the default set of active audits.

To customize the current set of active audits

  1. Open the QA Audits or C++ Audits Configuration dialog box.
  2. Go through the individual audits and select the check boxes next to those you want to be active in the current set or clear the check boxes next to those you do not want to be active.
  3. Select all audits in a group by selecting the check box next to the group name.

To save the current set of active audits

You can save the set of active Audits in a file.

  1. Open the QA Audits or C++ Audits Configuration dialog box.
  2. Click the Save audit set Save audit set button and specify the location and filename for a file to store the current set of active audits.
  3. Click Save to create the specified file storing the current set of active audits.

To load the base set of active audits

You can load the set of active Audits.

  1. Open the QA Audits or C++ Audits Configuration dialog box.
  2. In both Delphi and C++ projects--if you want to base your set of active audits on a previously saved custom set, click the Load audit set Load audit set button and then choose the previously saved file storing the custom set of audits. The set of audits stored in the specified file becomes the current set.
  3. In Delphi projects--if you want to base your set of active audits on the default set, click the Set default audits Set default audit set button. The default set becomes the current set.

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