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How to configure SonarQube with Bamboo Spec (yaml)

I want to configure a build plan as a Bamboo Spec in repo. Unfortunately, I can't find any documentation about how I can configure SonarQube task with Bamboo Spec.


Could someone provide a snapshot of this task configured as spec in yaml?

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Michael Rüegg _Mibex Software_
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Jun 02, 2020


The Sonar for Bamboo app currently only supports Java Specs via the AnyTask provided by Bamboo. You can generate it by the Bamboo export plan to Spec feature.

This is currently not possible for YAML, as there is no export feature and also because there is no support for tasks built into the YAML support. You might want to vote for which covers this.

Best regards,
Michael (app vendor)

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Jeyanthan I
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Jun 02, 2020

Hi Alexander,

External plugins can be configured using the generic Anytask class that you can find below:


Unfortunately, this doesn't work for Yaml format definition.

Jeyanthan I
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Jun 02, 2020

That's true. AnyTask is not available for YAML Specs yet as of Bamboo 7.0.4. As Alex pointed out earlier, please cast your vote on BAM-20803 and stay tuned for updates.

Thanks for your patience.


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