In SonarQube CE 9.9 with the latest sonar-scanner I want to ignore a sonar-rule for a single line of code in a single file.
e.g. see this code:
var client = new MailKit.Net.Smtp.SmtpClient
ServerCertificateValidationCallback = (_, _, _, _) => true // accept any certificate
The above code violates SonarQube rule S4830
In this case it is perfectly ok to not check the server’s certificate
In my dotnet core project (with .csproj file) I want to ignore the S4830 check for that particular line of code, but keep that check for all other lines of code. I also want to leave any other checks running for my source file.
How can I do that?
I would love to add a comment to the source code (much like sonarlint - How to ignore sonar rule to specific line of code in c#? - Stack Overflow which does not work for SonarQube checks but only for microsoft’s checks - see also Dotnet scanner seems to ignore #pragma warning disable ). This would allow me to add a comment just next to the pragma and describe why I am disabling that check here.
I tried that for the sonarqube rule and it ignored my pragma (tried
#pragma warning disable S4830)
If that is not possible, I would love to ignore that line of code in the .csproj file (or second best option: that check for the whole source file).
But I am not sure how to disable that check via .csproj file and I could not find any documentation about that.
C# mentions that this can be done but doesn’t show an example.
Could anyone help me out?