Question2Replies43Views×Close popoverGaurav Sharma (gasharma) JP Morgan Technical Solution Architect JP Morgan SG View Profile gasharma Member since 2018 14 posts JP Morgan Posted: March 20, 2019Last activity: April 4, 2019Posted: 20 Mar 2019 22:19 EDTLast activity: 4 Apr 2019 23:29 EDT Closed DCO Compatibility ToolHi All,We are building a new application and have created our Case type and other rules refer for the application.We are now trying to use DCO in the following and so I ran DCO Compatibility Tool.Designer Studio--> Application--> Tools--> Check DCO Compatibility.The Following tool ran and give us the warning : "This application has work class names that are too long by 3. Please consider refactoring them."Need to understand what is meant for and what is the impact of this Warning.Our Case Type Name Max Length is 12.ThanksGaurav Low-Code App Development Dev/Designer Studio Project Delivery ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 1 year agoPosted: 21 Mar 2019 3:36 EDT×Close popoverKiran Chandra Chitmalla (KiranChandraC2242) Synechron Synechron IN View ProfileKiranChandraC2242 Synechron replied to gasharmayou need to rename work class name using refactoring as below Use the Rename a Class wizard to refactor the class structure (Designer studio > System > Tools > Refactor Rules > Rename a Class .. reduce 3 letter Posted: 1 year agoPosted: 4 Apr 2019 23:29 EDT×Close popoverGaurav Sharma (gasharma) JP Morgan Technical Solution Architect JP Morgan SG View Profilegasharma JP Morgan replied to gasharmaHi Kiran Thanks, I know refactoring can solve, however I need to know why Class Name is giving the not DCO Compatibility issue in the first place.