It can be displayed in various languages.
The web interface is divided in three areas:
- Top bar
- Left menu
Wherever you are, you can access the top bar:
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- Dashboards to go back to the Home page
- Projects to access the complete list of Projects, Views, Developers, etc. or to access previously browsed projects:
- Measures to access the Measures service
- Issues to access the Issues service
- Quality Profiles to browse and manage quality profiles
- Settings to access the system settings (mainly for system access restricted to System administrators)
- Log in / <Name> to log in. Depending on your user rights, you will have access to different dashboards and services. Logging in also allows you to have access to your own customized web interface. From there, you can modify your profile and log out.
- Search for a resourcecomponent: project, file, view, developer, etc. to quickly access it.
- Keep track of where you are thanks to the breadcrumb trail. This breadcrumb trail is clickable, so you can quickly reach an upper level dashboard.
- <Star> to flag the current project as favouritefavorite
- Configuration to access the current project's configuration pages
The left menu is a contextual menu that depends on the area you areand are in and on your user rights. It provides access to different dashboards and services.
It is where the data are displayed.
The main kinds of dashboardspage:
- dashboard displays high level (instance level) data
- dashboard displays project data
- Resource Component viewer displays detailed data on resourcecomponent
- Tools and services: issues drilldown, measure service, etc.
- Configuration pages:
- System configuration for the
- system administrators to
- administer the SonarQube
- Project configuration for the project administrators to configure their project settings (setting analysis properties, creating action plans, etc.)
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The motto is that you will need three clicks maximum to go from a quality indicator to a corrective action in the source code.
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