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The Code Inspector is a generic tool that you use to check repository objects. It checks performance, security, syntax, and adherence to naming conventions of individual or sets of repository objects.

The Code Inspector (transaction SCI) allows developers to define which objects are to be checked and which quality aspect of the code is to be inspected. Therefore, you can create object sets to select the area to be checked, for example, on the basis of a package.

In the context of an SAP S/4HANA migration, there are several checks provided that help you to identify critical usages of simplified SAP objects.

The Custom Code Migration Worklist displays all usages of simplified SAP objects in your custom code. This kind of analysis is recommended for SAP objects that shall no longer be used in custom code. However, it might display uncritical usages for objects that have only been changed – for example, due to an increased field length. In the context of an SAP S/4HANA migration, there are several Code Inspector checks provided. These checks analyze your custom code in a more detailed way and thereby help to identify the critical usages of a simplified SAP objects.