It is my first time with SonarQube and it show me great results and there is something wrong that I don’t know how to fix it.
We have some Unit Tests using the MSTest Framework and using the AzureDevOps with a CI environment we run all the unit tests when a build pipeline starts. It works fine and I have done it when I built the SonarQube build pipeline on the VSTS. following the documentation.
It works and I have added the argument on the
Prepare Analysis on SonarQube on the VSTS to indicate how to find the coverage file:
(I am not sure if this sintax is correct here ot find the trx file)
Visual Studio Test build step I checked the option
Code Coverage Enabled and when I run this build process (unit tests runs fine) I checked on the generated folders by the VSTSAgent (on our build machine) that the
.trx file was generated inside a
TestResults folder. When the analysis finishes on SonarQube, I can see the number of the unit tests but there is code coverage available and it shows me 0%. In the
Run Code Analysis log I can see it was performed by this:
2019-01-23T13:31:01.1264760Z 11:31:01.112 INFO: Sensor C# [csharp] (done) | time=21407ms 2019-01-23T13:31:01.1265441Z 11:31:01.112 INFO: Sensor C# Unit Test Results Import [csharp] 2019-01-23T13:31:01.7602567Z 11:31:01.752 INFO: Parsing the Visual Studio Test Results file E:\Agent02\_work\165\.\s\TestResults\SRV-01$_SRV-01_2019-01-23_11_27_22.trx 2019-01-23T13:31:01.8458444Z 11:31:01.830 INFO: Sensor C# Unit Test Results Import [csharp] (done) | time=718ms 2019-01-23T13:31:01.8460380Z 11:31:01.830 INFO: Sensor Zero Coverage Sensor 2019-01-23T13:31:02.4975307Z 11:31:02.268 INFO: Sensor Zero Coverage Sensor (done) | time=438ms
and in the SonarQube:
I would like to know how can I fix it? Am I missing any extra configuration? Should I install a new build step (or extra installation on the VSTS extensions)?
- SonarQube 7.5 Community Edition
- SonarC# Plugin 188.8.131.5296
- Scanner for MSBuild 184.108.40.2061-net46