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when we are scanning code in SonarQube using default quality gate, the reliability metrix shows that there are 15 bugs and rated it as E, But quality gate is passed.
Whereas in threshold it has been mentioned that Reliability Metrix should be worse than A for default quality gate.
As you can see that quality gate is passed but we have 15bugs in code.
And as per the screen shot reliability is set to A for default quality gate.
Can you confirm the version of SQ you are running (written in the footer of your SQ homepage)?
And send a full screenshot of your project?
Looks like there is nothing called “New Code” on your project hoempage, whereas your Quality Gate is focusing on Bugs on New Code only.
Hi @Carine_Bayon ,
we are using SoanrQube 7.9.3 Enterprise edition. our concern is when we are analyzing code for the first time then sonarqube should consider our code as new code and if we have bugs in our code then our quality gate should fail. But our quality gate is passed even our code have bugs.
Do you have any additional information related to this, it would be great if we can get some more clarification on this.
sorry, I was really busy these last days
First time you scan = Baseline for the analysis = Overall code
All the scans after = New Code (see here and here)
If you re-analyse your code and add a new bug in it now, you’ll fail the QG.
I’m having the same issue in my environment as well. My scan results have a Reliability result of a C but the Quality Gate says it passed just like the screenshots in the original post. I’m being asked to get the report to show that it failed and the C rating for the Bugs category and I’m at a loss. How can I get the results to show this as a Failure?
I’m using SQ Enterprise 9.1 build 47736.
I just created a custom Quality Gate that was scoped to Overall code rather than New code and that showed me what I was looking for. So much to learn…