Modules and Code folders

Hi all, I’m using sonar version 6.5, and I have a huge project that I would like to see the issues inside an specific folder.

When I open the sonar project dashboart, then I go to code there is a lot of folders being displayed. Like the image bellow:

But when I tried to search there for a specific directory it only displays files.

Also, I would like to know if is there a way to create “modules” like in the below image for specific folders, it would be great to help to find issues per directory.



SonarQube 6.5 is way past EOL and is not supported. You should upgrade at your earliest convenience:

6.5 -> 6.7.7 -> 7.9.4 -> 8.4.1 (this step is optional)

By the time you get to the current version, you’ll find that the concept of modules has been dropped from the SonarQube server. Presentation mirrors the filesystem layout.


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But hopefully SONAR-12271 eventually helps you out to find issues per directory, when it’s implemented :slight_smile:

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Ohh, ok Ann :slight_smile:

Sad part is that the community edition of sonarqube 6.5 still have the pull request integration and sonarlint. Unfortunatelly our repository has too many lines of code and the costs to upgrade to developer edition would be too much for our budget, that’s why we are still on this version :slight_smile:

SonarLint is available in all Editions (with the most recent versions) – free!

My bad my friend, it is just the pull request integration haha :slight_smile:
Problem with sonarlint is because the connected mode for vscode has been dropped for versions below 6.7 in every plugin version after 1.10 T-T