Skip to content

CodeLogic Extension (Visual Studio Code)

CodeLogic identifies and records dependencies within and across your applications. The CodeLogic plugins and extensions display this dependency information within supported IDE's. With this additional dependency information, developers can make a more informed decision about code changes.

The CodeLogic Visual Studio Code Extension is compatible with Visual Studio Code 1.66.2.

High-Level Overview

Before You Begin

You must have CodeLogic installed. You also need to have performed a binary scan of your application.

Download the Visual Studio Code Extension

  • From a web browser on your system, log in to the CodeLogic Server.

  • Click Admin and then select the Installers tab.

    CodeLogic Admin Installers Page

  • Click Download on Extension for Visual Studio Code to download the extension.

    • The Visual Studio Code Extension downloads as a VSIX file.

Install the Extension

  • Open Visual Studio Code.
  • Select Extensions Icon Extensions from the Activity Bar on the left.
  • Click the Views and More Actions... icon Views and More Actions Icon and select Install from VSIX....

  • Select the VSIX file and click Install.

    • CodeLogic Visual Studio Code Extension is now listed under your installed extensions.

Configure the Extension


Due to a bug in VSCode, you must ensure that gnome-keyring is installed on Linux systems before configuring the plugin.

  • From the Visual Studio Code menu bar, click File > Preferences and select Settings.
  • Enter CodeLogic in the search bar.
    • The CodeLogic settings are displayed.
  • Enter the Server URL of the CodeLogic Server.
    • Example Server URL:
  • Enter the Username for your CodeLogic Server.
  • Enter the password for your CodeLogic Server.
    • Press Ctrl + Shift + P on your keyboard.
    • Search for CodeLogic.
    • Select CodeLogic Update Password.
    • Enter your CodeLogic Server Password.
  • Authenticate your password.
    • Press Ctrl + Shift + P on your keyboard.
    • Search for CodeLogic.
    • Select CodeLogic Authenticate.
    • Note

      If authentication fails, try reentering your password.

  • Select your Workspace.
    • Press Ctrl + Shift + P on your keyboard.
    • Enter CodeLogic Update Workspace in the search bar.
    • Select the Workspace from the list.
    • Note

      For more information, see Workspaces.

Use the Extension to Find Item Dependencies

  • Open your code in Visual Studio Code.
  • Right-click on a method, class or field and select CodeLogic - Find All References.
  • Select CodeLogic Icon CodeLogic from the Activity Bar on the left.
  • Expand the items to view the dependencies.
  • Select an item to be taken to the Item Details page in CodeLogic.