SonarSource is proud to announce the release of SonarQube 9.1 which includes project report PDFs, audit trails, and much more. Details in the official announcement.
In addition, there are a few other items to note in the release:
- We’ve removed secured settings from the response of the settings API and from the server-side configuration that the scanner has access to. Secured settings now need to be passed to the scanner as parameters in the analysis settings or on the analysis command line.
Specifically, this change affects the analysis of SVN projects because the SVN authentication settings can no longer be configured in the SonarQube UI. See more details in the SCM integration documentation. It can also affect the use of some 3rd-party plugins which require secured settings during the analysis. (MMF-2407).
- We’ve improved the project last analysis date in global projects administration to take branches and PRs into account, so that inactive projects can more accurately be identified. (SONAR-11411).
- When multiple authentication methods are configured on your instance, users can no longer accidentally start using a secondary identity provider and get locked out of their accounts. (SONAR-15137).
- The custom measures feature, web services and web service parameters that were deprecated in 7.x versions have been removed. (SONAR-10762, SONAR-15313).
As usual, download is available at sonarqube.org. Docker images are also available on Docker Hub.