# PropertyAccessorsHaveNoBody

## Summary

Severity - Fail

Check method - Here

## Details

The PropertyAccessorsHaveNoBody check ensures that object property accessors do not have method bodies included with them.

For example, the following object definition will fail this check, because the get accessor has a body.

public double MyDouble { get { return 0.1; }; set; }

Whereas this property will fail because the set accessor has a body.

public double MyDouble { get; set { _val = value; }; }

This property will pass as a compliant property.

public double MyDouble { get; set; } = 0.0

This check is only operating on oM based objects. Objects within an Objects folder of an Engine (Engine/Objects) or Adapters are exempt from this check.

Last update: March 17, 2023