Message-ID: <957472996.1507.1432451732782.JavaMail.email@example.com> Subject: Exported From Confluence MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/related; boundary="----=_Part_1506_38900012.1432451732782" ------=_Part_1506_38900012.1432451732782 Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Location: file:///C:/exported.html
SonarQube collects a maximum of measures in an automated manner but ther= e are some measures for which this is not possible, such as when: the infor= mation is not available for collection, the measure is computed by a human,= and so on. Whatever the reason, SonarQube provides a service to inject tho= se measures manually and allow you to benefit from other services (Dashboar= d, TimeMachine, etc.): the Manual Measures service. The manual measures ent= ered will be picked during the next analysis of the project and thereafter = treated as "normal" measures.
As with measures that are collected automatically, manual measures are c=
ollected on metrics. Therefore, the first thing is to create the manual met=
ric you want to save your measure against. In order to do so, log in as a <=
a class=3D"unresolved" href=3D"#">system administrator and go to
Manual measures can be entered at any level of the project, i.e. project= , module or package. To add a measure, sign in as a project administrator, go to the dashboard of the desired c= omponent and choose Configuration > Manual Measures. Yo= u are presented with a table containing the latest measure entered for each= metric:
The orange marker means that no analysis has been run since the manual m= easure was entered, and therefore it will not appear on the component.
From there, you have the ability to edit or delete an existing measure o= r enter a new one:
Whatever action is taken on a manual measure will be picked by the next = analysis of the component.
In order to display Manual Measures on the dashboard, you can use the Cu= stom Widget.
Log in and go to one of your dashboard, click on Configure Widgets and c= hoose the Custom Widget:
You should then configure it to display the desired metrics:
And you get the new widget on the dashboard: