I’m not sure if I’m doing something wrong. I’ve searched around but am quite confused by documentation that says differently in different places. Right now only a little XML and HTML is picked up.
Another contributor to the project I’m working on has set up a sonarcloud account here, and it seems to work: https://sonarcloud.io/dashboard?id=ismisepaul_SecurityShepherd
Hi @etnoy, welcome to the community forum!
It seems you are using automatic analysis. This mode of analysis does not support analyzing Java files.
I recommend you set-up analysis through a CI system, you can find the docs for that here.
Hope that helps,
Thanks. That seems to be a correct diagnosis. However, I am not sure on how to change this. When I set up the sonarcloud project, I did not click on automatic analysis, but on Travis-CI and followed the instructions. To try again, I deleted the project on sonarcloud, re-created it, clicked on travis-ci, and am getting the same results. The linked docs are very vague on what I need to do (change pom.xml? add .sonarcloud.properties?) and I am not getting anywhere.
How can I turn of automatic scanning? I’m very confused.
Automatic analysis is currently in beta, and is activated by the presence of a
.sonarcloud.properties file in the root directory of the project. If you rename this file to
sonar-project.properties, you can use that file to set-up the analysis in your CI.
Hope that helps,
Thanks. I got it to work over the weekend, don’t remember exactly what did the trick, but I did remove the .sonarcloud.properties file, and that is probably the right solution.
Perhaps there should be an indicator to which analysis is used? In the UI, I clicked on “Travis” instead of “Automatic Analysis” when setting up the project which made think I did not use automatic analysis.