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

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A review has four possible status: Open, Resolved, Reopened and Closed. Sonar SonarQubeTM 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 SonarSonarQubeTM. Indeed, if a review is marked as Resolved with resolution Fixed but the violation is still there after a new Sonar analysis, Sonar SonarQubeTM automatically reopens the review.

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Once a review has been created on a violation, every Sonar user can see the review below the violation :

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Moreover, all measures on the project like the number of violations will be updated the next time a Sonar an analysis will run. 

Reopening a Review

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Whenever a quality defect is detected “manually”, the person who detected it has the ability to create a new violation (with its associated review) directly into Sonarthrough the web interface.


The related violation is then displayed within the source code and will be accounted for in metrics after the next analysis of the project.

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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 Sonar SonarQubeTM JIRA plugin.


Widgets

Sonar SonarQubeTM comes 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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