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This plugin is included in the Java Ecosystem.
It provides the ability to feed SonarQube with code coverage data coming= from JaCoCo (an open source and robust Ja= va code coverage tool, developed by the authors of EclEmma). For more = information, see: Comp= arison of Emma, Clover, Cobertura and JaCoCo.
SonarQube Java Plugin
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Reports generated with JaCoCo
To launch JaCoCo as part of your Maven build, use this command:
For more on JaCoCo, see its documentation.= p>
If your project uses the
argLine property to conf=
igure the surefire-maven-plugin, be sure that
p;defined as a
property, rather than as part of the =
plugin configuration. Doing so will allow JaCoCo to set its agent properly.=
Otherwise the JVM may crash while tests are running.
argLine should be defined this way: =
By default, when no coverage report is found, the JaCoCo plugin will not= set any value for coverage metric. This behaviour can be overriden to forc= e coverage to 0% in case of a lack of report by setting the following prope= rty :
Using some unit test listeners you can collect the information on which = lines where covered by which tests and display them in SonarQube. See  = ;the pom.xml of the sample project to = configure this and see the = Component Viewer documentation to display this information in Sona= rQube.