Why is this an issue?
INSERT statement that does not explicitly list the columns being inserted into, as well as the values being inserted, is dependent
for correct functioning on the structure of the table not changing. Additionally, not having the explicit column list degrades the readability and
understandability of the code. Therefore,
INSERT statements should always contain an explicit column list.
Noncompliant code example
INSERT INTO PERSONS VALUES (1, 'DUPONT', 'Marcel')
INSERT INTO PERSONS (ID, LAST_NAME, FIRST_NAME)
VALUES (1, 'DUPONT', 'Marcel')