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  1. SonarQube
  2. SONAR-4101

Add the ability to feed Sonar with IT execution data

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    • Type: Improvement
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Integration Test
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      Description

      As for UT (number of tests, tests in error, etc.)

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          gail.stewart Gail Stewart added a comment -

          I'd like to move away from seeing all test results on our Bamboo server - to make Sonar the ONLY quality dashboard. I need this feature to accomplish this goal.

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          gail.stewart Gail Stewart added a comment - I'd like to move away from seeing all test results on our Bamboo server - to make Sonar the ONLY quality dashboard. I need this feature to accomplish this goal.
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          wenns Waleri Enns added a comment -

          Lack of IT execution metrics is one of the major deficits of SQ, in my POV. Automated integration/system testing is as important as unit testing for every non-trivial project. It also feels wrong that UT is supported with both coverage and test execution metrics and IT has only the coverage ones.

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          wenns Waleri Enns added a comment - Lack of IT execution metrics is one of the major deficits of SQ, in my POV. Automated integration/system testing is as important as unit testing for every non-trivial project. It also feels wrong that UT is supported with both coverage and test execution metrics and IT has only the coverage ones.
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          thomas.keller Thomas Keller added a comment -

          A workaround is to copy all result XML files into one directory and let SonarQube run over that. You can then at least distinguish unit from integration tests by looking at the path of the respective test classes.

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          thomas.keller Thomas Keller added a comment - A workaround is to copy all result XML files into one directory and let SonarQube run over that. You can then at least distinguish unit from integration tests by looking at the path of the respective test classes.

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              Reporter:
              racodond David Racodon
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