As part of the issue management process, you analyze each detected issue and assign it a status that indicates how it should be handled. We call this process "citing".
Users require permission to change an issue's status. Permission can be granted to change from or to any status or only for specific statuses. For example, a group of users may only have permission to change issues in "Analyze" status to "Fix".
|Status||Use this status to indicate that the issue...|
|Analyze||should be reviewed (default initial status). All newly detected issues display this status. It persists until you change it.|
|Ignore||intended for issues found (whether valid or otherwise) in code you don't care about, for example test code|
|Not a problem||false positive; the issue reported isn't valid. Relates to an analysis failure, and is often caused by build integration problems. Klocwork recommends opening a Customer Support Request (CSR) when you determine that a reported issue is a false positive, so that we can analyze the issue and make improvements to the engine, if necessary.|
|Fix||a valid issue that should be fixed as soon as possible|
|Fix in Next Release||a valid issue that is mostly harmless and can be left in the code base without too much risk, but should be addressed sooner rather than later|
|Fix in Later Release||a valid issue that is completely harmless and can be left in the code base indefinitely without risk|
|Defer||a valid issue that needs discussion with others or escalation to (for example) a security team for final judgment|
|Filter||provided for compatibility with older versions of Klocwork filter files|