kandi X-RAY | sonar-xml Summary
kandi X-RAY | sonar-xml Summary
Code Quality and Security for XML
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Reads XML analyzer
- Analyze file
- Process an exception
- Visits a node
- Highlights a node
- Returns a list of children of the given node
- Highlights an element node
- Scan a XML file
- Creates an issue report for all whitespaces in this file
- Scan a given XML file
- Returns an XPath expression for the given file
- Checks if a line is letter around a given pattern
- Scan Android manifest file
- Resolve the dependency version
- Scan web xml
- Checks that a text node is contained within a project
- Checks if the given dependency is valid
- Scan the given XML file
- Highlight the prolog
- Define the XML validation
- Scan the file
- Checks if a form set is duplicate
- Tests if the provided string value matches the supplied value
- Checks that a given action is a valid action
sonar-xml Key Features
sonar-xml Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on sonar-xml
I'm deploying locally in docker-for-desktop. So that I can migrate to a kubernetes cluster in the future.
However I face a problem. Directories in the docker container/pod are over written, when persistent volumes are used.
I'm pulling the latest SonarQube image. A lot of plugins and quality profiles are pre-installed. Which is exactly what I want. If I don't use persistent volumes. Everything works as expected. When I use a pv all the data in the image is overwritten. I use helm.
In my deployment.yaml I use this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Apr-08 at 14:10
to avoid overwriting data to the the existing files/content inside the same Directory, you can use subpath to mount the data and extensions directory (In the example below) in the existing Container file system. for further detail sub-path
Testing with a basic hello world class and cannot get past this error. The only class it is analyzing is a simple HelloWorld class. Currently using my company's sonar instance, last resort will install a local instance to test with.
Other instances of this issue online discuss a version issue but I think I am up to date. I'm not sure where all the plugin versions come from but no one else in the company has this issue so I figure it must be local somehow. Happy to provide any extra details.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jul-20 at 13:31
My JAVA_HOME was set to use Java10, forcing maven to use Java8 resolved the issue.
Im getting a error while running sonar-scanner on a (self-hosted) vsts agent. The agent (visual studio team services) is running on a kubernetes cluster (linux).
In VSTS i added the Sonarqube prepare and run analyses (retrieved via the VSTS marketplace). At the run analyses i get the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Apr-18 at 22:07
org.sonar.api.batch.rule.ActiveRules is defined in
sonar-plugin-api, so I think the bug is caused by a plugin.
I see you use
C# 22.214.171.1241. I found this issue: ActiveRulesPublisher issue for C# 5.10.1. The reporter uses exactly the same version as you (
126.96.36.1991). Steps which should solve your problem:
- stop the SonarQube server
- purge the
- restart the SonarQube server
- relaunch the project analysis
I'm trying to setup SonarQube.com on travis for a maven project, but I see the following exception on build:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Apr-03 at 14:02
sonar-governance plugin is commercial plugin. check here
I am running SonarQube server v6.4 with v6.1 of the C# plugin. We have v3.0.0 of the SonarQube TFS extension installed in our TFS 2015 (Update 3) instance.
I am having issues with SonarQube scanning .cs files. There are a few warnings in the output of a few build steps that I'm not entirely sure what to make of. I haven't been able to find much on the messages.
Visual Studio Build step output:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jul-13 at 09:48
Suggest you first try to analyze solution in the command line locally to see if it works.
Run your analysis by executing the following commands from the root directory of the project:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use sonar-xml like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the sonar-xml component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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