its vs it's

When coding in IntelliJ IDEA, version 2024.1.1, I met a following rule:

Did you mean it’s (short for ‘it is’) instead of ‘its’ (possessive pronoun)?

I understand how this is sometimes useful. In my case though, I meant possessive pronoun, and I think the rule should somehow be able to check for it. I’m not sure if it makes sense to warn for each usage.
In my case it was:

// checks if a map (which is itself a key to parameter services) has its all keys set as not-null

As you can see, right before “its” there is a verb, maybe this could be a hint?