There are methods, which call equals(Object) on two references of different class types with no common subclasses. Therefore, the objects being compared are unlikely to be members of the same class at runtime (unless some application classes were not analyzed, or dynamic class loading can occur at runtime). According to the contract of equals(), objects of different classes should always compare as unequal; therefore, according to the contract defined by java.lang.Object.equals(Object), the result of this comparison will always be false at runtime.
FormListController (lines 91 and 94), StateConversionListController, LocationListController, ORUR01Handler, ConceptClassListController, PrivilegeListController, ConceptDatatypeListController
Eliminate all errors reported by Sonar for this rule