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Security in code level is an important aspect to achieve high quality software. Various security programming guidelines are defined to improve the quality of software code. At the same time, enforcing mechanisms of these guidelines are needed. In this paper, we use source code model checking technique to check whether some security programming guidelines are followed, and correspondingly to detect related security vulnerabilities. Two SAP security programming guidelines related to logging sensitive information and Cross-Site Scripting attack are used as examples. In the case studies, Bandera Tool Set is used as source code model checker, and minimizing programmers' additional effort is set as one of the goals.