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- which versions are you using (SonarQube, Scanner, Plugin, and any relevant extension)
- Version 9.3 (build 51899) - Developer Edition
- what are you trying to achieve
DevOps Platform Integrations - Azure DevOps connection
what have you tried so far to achieve this
Added our root cert to java and see that its there - we use self signed certificates
Verifed url and PAT token
Checked logs of issues
We have this working in 8.X LTS version and when we updated we noticed that this functions stopped working after upgrade.
I can see this in developer tools that it is trying to access this url
Welcome to the community!
Could this be relevant?
We are running on Linux environment but i have verified that our root cert are installed so i dont think this is the issue.
I thinking if Sonarqube itself have some special place to look for certs - if we are updating wrong place with cert?
I added certificate and verified - i really think there is a bug in Sonarqube software regarding this. I have seen so many others that have same.
@mrweiland You’ve added it and it started to work?
Tested to update to 9.4 but same problem
We were having issue connecting to DevOps server from SonarQube
Solution: it seems that if basis authentication is turn on in IIS it breaks the use of PATs
We are now able to connect to our DevOps server in SonarQube after turning off basic authentication in IIS on the DevOps server