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Coding Standards for Java, JSP

 
Amitav Anand
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Can anybody tell me the list of URLs from where I can get the CMM level-5 industry coding standards for Java and JSP.

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I'm not an expert in CMM but I don't think that CMM specifies an industry-wide coding standard for Java, JSP or anything else.

If your company is at that CMM level, then your company probably has coding standards, and you should ask for them within your company.
 
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I'd expect a CMM audit to ask if you have a standard and how you enforce it. You could probably get by with any reasonable standard. A standard configuration for the code formatter in your IDE will help developers comply. I exported my config from Eclipse and asked all developers to import it. Most did. Static code analyzers like Hammurapi will give compliance statistics.
 
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