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To associate projects with a quality profile, or to remove an associatio= n, go to the Projects tab:
When a project is not explicitly associated with a qua= lity profile, the default quality profiles of the relevant languages are us= ed to perform the next analysis. Project profile assignments (one per langu= age) may also be made from the project a= dministration interface.
Maintaining lots of quality profiles over time can be tedious. To ease t= his maintenance, the rule configuration of a quality profile can be inherit= ed. For each profile, you can decide whether or not it has a parent profile= on the Profile Inheritance tab:
This means that the quality profile inherits all the coding rules define= d in the parent profile with the parent's settings for severity and any rul= e-specific parameters. Inheritance is also shown on a per-rule basis on the= Rules page:
A rule inherited from a parent cannot be deactivated. But it is possible= to change its parameter(s) and/or its severity. If one of these values is = changed, then:
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When a quality profile that inherits from another one is selected in the= Rules page, then the "Inherita= nce" criterion automatically added to the search: