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Since version 3.6, the Violations and Reviews concept is replaced by the Issues concept.

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So, in order to keep control of your technical debt on your current developments, SonarQube TM offers the Reviews feature.

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A review has four possible status: Open, Resolved, Reopened and Closed. SonarQube TM automatically takes care of closing a review as soon as its underlying violation gets resolved, which means that no one can close an issue manually.

The first status of review is Open. From there a review can be resolved with one the the two resolution types: Fixed or False-Positive. At any point of time a Resolved review can be reopened either by the user or by SonarQubeTM. Indeed, if a review is marked as Resolved with resolution Fixed but the violation is still there after a new analysis, SonarQubeTM automatically SonarQubeautomatically reopens the review.

Reviews can be managed in action plans. 

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To create a review, you must be first logged in and have the Users role on the project containing the violation to review. Then, directly in the resource viewercomponent viewer, a new "Review" link appears to start creating a new review when placing the mouse over the violation title:

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Once a violation is switched off, this violation is no more displayed by default in the resource viewercomponent viewer. The option "False-Positives only" must be selected to display those false-positive violations:

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It is possible to link a review to an external task manager. To link reviews to JIRA, you can install the SonarQube TM JIRA plugin.


Widgets

SonarQubeTM comes SonarQubecomes with several widgets that are specialized to display reviews information in dashboards. Those widgets are grouped in their own category in the dashboard configuration:

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