b Bruce


Regarding check SD1029/FDAC214 (Non-ASCII or non-printable characters in -- variable) – this correctly identified an issue with a row in IE.IETEST. However, when we looked there were actually more issues present in the TI.IETEST content that were not being picked up. Does this check only check IE ? If yes then why when TI is the superset ? Is this behaviour intentional or can this be a fix request ?

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s Sergiy
on April 14, 2015

Hi Bruce, 

The SD1029 check is not assigned to TI domain according to current version of FDA business rules.

It's still under development/discussion now.



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