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Integrate Bamboo (Version 7.1.2) with SonarQube (Developer EditionVersion 8.4.2)

Hello there,

    I am new to Bamboo. I need to integrate Bamboo with SonarQube. I was surprised that SonarQube plugins were not packaged by default. Currently, the machine with Bamboo does not have Net access & I am unable to access the Marketplace.

    Please advise me on my options:1)Any free plugins 2)I want to avoid the SonarQube CLI/Scripting integration approach

Thanks!

NR

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Charlie Misonne Community Leader Oct 12, 2020

Well, there is only 1 SonarQube plugin for Bamboo and it is not free: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/apps/1212756/sonar-for-bamboo?hosting=server&tab=overview

I am using this one in java development. It's a good plugin but you achieve almost the same by just using the proper arguments in your build commands (maven, gradle, ...)

Are you programming in Java? I can show you an example of the plain maven parameters.

The advantage of this plugin is you do not have to think about those parameters yourself because you can just (un)check the options you want.
It also provides a link to the SonarQube analysis on the build summary page after each build.

 

In short: normally you don't need a plugin to execute a sonarqube analysis via Bamboo. You can pass the parameters in your build command.

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