Hi all, I haven’t used sonar recently and now when I wanted to set up a new project I spent more time than I wanted to figure out why I cannot see my modules on the dashboard. Finally, when I went through on the release notes I realized that they are removed. That is okay, but wouldn’t it be a good idea to display some info or warning in the output when the scanner finds modules and let the user know that they won’t be displayed on the UI?
- versions used (SonarQube 7.6+, SonarScanner for Jenkins 2.9)
- nothing tells me that modules won’t be displayed
- run sonar analysis with sonar-scanner and modules
- i couldn’t find any
If you think this would be a worthy feature I would be happy to implement and make a pull request
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In fact, your modules are still reflected in the UI, they just don’t get their own dashboards any more. But you’ll see in the Code view that we’ve switched to a file system view and you can directory-level values.
Hi, thanks for the quick response
Then I think my sonar properties is misconfigured since I can see only the main project and its src folder in the code view. Of course I can find the other folders if I go into the src, but nothing suggests that I have more modules. Could you please send me the most recent version of the relevant documentation? Unfortunately I cannot find it anywhere.
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I think you’re already getting all you’re going to get: project-level summary on the homepage, and details available at lower levels in the Metrics and Code drilldowns.
What more were you expecting?
To be honest, I don’t know what should I see but I expected some straightforward comparison of the different modules. Let me share 2 screenshots, first when I navigate to the “code” view:
then when I click on the “src” folder:
I set up modules for each folder in the source, like adapters, core, etc… But I can find nothing about them, not in the code view or anywhere else. This is why I suppose I misconfigured something.
Maybe this is how it should look like, then I am okay, but currently it seems it shows the folders just becauase I navigated to the src folder and not because I’ve set up modules for them
What you’re seeing is what’s expected.
Thank you very much, Ann. Then, I will create a dedicated project for each module.
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