I am setting PR decoration for my project and I am adding the following configuration in my sonar-project.properties :
sonar.pullrequest.key I don’t want it to be static but every new PR the analysis for the PR decoration is performed.
I am using Docker to install, analyze with Sonar and AWS Codebuild as CI/CD.
How can I pass the most recent PR always?
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Those values are read from the environment in most cases. What happens if you don’t set them at all?
It seems that the sonar.pullrequest.key is mandatory, if I don’t set it, I get an error that I need it
ERROR: Error during SonarScanner execution
ERROR: Parameter 'sonar.pullrequest.key' is mandatory for a pull request analysis
ERROR: Re-run SonarScanner using the -X switch to enable full debug logging.
Which ones do you mean not to set?
Sorry. I guess I was thinking about SonarQube.
So going back to your question, I don’t think variables are interpolated in
sonar-project.properties. But they probably will be on the analysis command line.
And, I still believe the data you need is likely to be in your env. So once you find the right variable name, you can do something like:
Yes, correct, that was my initial question. How do I know what my
The bottom of the AWS docs tells you how to output your envvars.
Yes, I found a way by using the AWS Codebuild environment variables in this case and injecting it as an argument in my Dockerfile (since I am installing and running sonar there).
Thanks for your help @ganncamp!
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