We have the latest SonarQube and SonarLint installed. My question is what is the optimal way to suppress issues we don’t care about?
Do we use the global suppression files that SonarLint generates? If so, can those suppression files be uploaded to the SonarQube server?
Is there a way to have one single global suppression file for SonarLint? We noticed it creates a suppression file in every directory. We tend to move files around and have a lot of directories. It would be nice to have one single truly global file.
If we mark something as fixed in the SonarQube web interface, is there a way to pass on that info to SonarLint so that a user does not see intellisense complaining about suppressed issues? Do we need to suppress issues in both SonarQube and SonarLint?