A supported version of Node.js is required for running the analysis of JS/TS files (happens again)

This is the same issue, that was happening here: A supported version of Node.js is required for running the analysis of JS/TS files - #9 by dmeneses

Version, that worked: [INFO] SonarQube version: 8.0.0.52135
Version, that has this issue again: [INFO] SonarQube version: 8.0.0.52293

The problem started happening at this timestamp or a bit before: Jan 29, 2024 11:48 AM (UTC+2:00)

Error (same as in the above topic):

[ERROR] Failed to execute goal org.sonarsource.scanner.maven:sonar-maven-plugin:3.9.1.2184:sonar (default-cli) on project services: Error while running Node.js. A supported version of Node.js is required for running the analysis of JS/TS files. Please make sure a supported version of Node.js is available in the PATH. Alternatively, you can exclude JS/TS files from your analysis using the ‘sonar.exclusions’ configuration property. See the docs for configuring the analysis environment: https://docs.sonarsource.com/sonarqube/latest/analyzing-source-code/languages/javascript-typescript-css/: Provided Node.js executable file does not exist. → [Help 1]

Hello Manu,

Thank you for bringing up this issue to us.

Could you have a look at the proposed solution here?

I managed to fix this by removing “sonar.nodejs.executable” from pom.xml. It had an incorrect path. Now it uses the default node installed on the system. But still, the problem started with the 8.0.0.52293. So from my point of view this can be closed.