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I am working on a big J2EE based webapplication (jsps & servlets etc). The code has gotten out of hand and there are a lot of classes, or methods that are probably never used.

The architecture used means that the jsp's call methods in helper classes directly most of the time.

I want a tool that will go through the entire project and identify the classes/methods that are redundant.

I am using WebSphere Studio Application Developer version 4.0.3 - maybe it has a tool I could use?!?! ;)

Thanks in advance for your help.
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Question by:RonanL
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yury1991 earned 100 total points
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Hey Ronan,

You can try CodePro avalable at http://www.instantiations.com/codepro
This tool has CodePro Adviser, which can perform total code audit and eliminate obsolete methods.
Before you decide to go for it, you may download 30-days trial and check if it's fine for you.

Cheers
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Thank you :-)
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