July 2017

Git blame is a known command for developers using Github. The command shows what revision and author last modified each line of a file. In ServiceNow there are also ways to see who did something and when.  However when it comes to monitoring changes in the code per application or process, this can come a very tedious task. It is necessary to select each element individually,...

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According to Wikipedia, code refactoring is the process of restructuring existing computer code—changing the factoring—without changing its external behaviour. Refactoring improves non-functional attributes of the software. Why do we need code refactoring? As with any other programming languages and platforms, sometimes circumstances lead us to a non-desired coding scenario. These scenarios my affect the platform in different ways such as poor performance for the end users, code that is difficult to...

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QC for ServiceNow starter edition provides you with an automatic instance health-check of your ServiceNow instances. This is a free baseline edition and it detects the lines of code added into your instance, the out-of-the-box (OTTB) elements that have been modified, number of violations of ServiceNow and Javascript best practices, the number of new elements added into the instance and much more. What do we mean by configuration elements added?...

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