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What is ShareLog Code Inspector?

ShareLog Code Inspector is a standalone application helping mainly SharePoint architects and administrators to analyze existing web solutions packages (WSP), calculate metrics and create dependencies graphs.

For updates on ShareLog follow us on Twitter or visit our blogs (links at the end of the page).

ShareLog Beta has be released as part of the SharePoint Code Analysis Framework (SPCAF) available at

Target Group

  • SharePoint Developers
  • SharePoint Solution Architects
  • SharePoint Administrator / Farm Operators

Key Features

  • Gather metrics about number of webparts, content types, features etc.
  • Calculate metrics like "maintainability index" to compare projects
  • Generates metric reports in XML, CSV and HTML
  • Integrates in team build for continous reporting
  • Generates dependcy graphs of one or more WSP with the ability to drill down/up more
  • Generaties dependency matrices more
  • Allows you to browse wsp solutions and analyze their contents

Supported Environment


  • Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 / SharePoint Foundation 2010
  • Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 / WSS3.0

Runtime Environment

  • Windows XP or higher
  • .net 3.5 Runtime
  • x32/x64 Systems

As the whole SharePoint analysis is a pretty new development, we are happy about any support you can give us, i.e. new metrics, bugs, ideas etc.

About the Authors

Torsten Mandelkow
Torsten works at Microsoft in Germany and has a passion for high quality SharePoint Code. Starting with SPSF SharePoint Software Factory to make SharePoint development easier and more reusable he now focuses on automizing code quality analysis of SharePoint solutions.
Twitter: @tmandelkow
Matthias Einig
Matthias works as architect in Stockholm. He focuses on SharePoint solution architecture, development, application lifecycle management with Team Foundation Server and in general on improving the quality of custom SharePoint solutions.
Twitter: @mattein

Last edited Sep 10, 2013 at 1:34 PM by matein78, version 10