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Using sonar scanner to analyze a task

First off, I don't have bamboo admin access. 

I'm trying to use sonar scanner to analyze my task in bamboo. 

Pls why is it throwing the below error each time I run the build

SONAR4BAMBOO: No branch target found, will not configure sonar.branch.target.

Unable to find executable at C:\sonar-scanner\bin\sonar-scanner.bat\bin\sonar-scanner.bat. Will try to run it anyway.

Like I said, I don't have bamboo admin access and the job is running on remote agent.

 

Please I'm new to bamboo. 

What should I do to solve this challenge, please help me!

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Hi @ODF

The add-on Sonar for Bamboo is built by https://marketplace.atlassian.com/vendors/1211511/mibex-software-gmbh. They do provide support through Community threads as well, but it might take some time.

I'm wondering if you don't want to open a support ticket with them directly through https://mibexsoftware.atlassian.net/servicedesk/customer/portal/1. I think that will be faster. =]

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