The Measures service provides a way to quickly execute all kinds of queries on project measures. You can for example get:
- the recently inspected projects
- the projects with blocker and critical issues
- the projects with bad coverage on added/changed code within the 10 past days
The search query can then be saved as a filter to be displayed on dashboards.
The Measures service can be accessed through the top bar.
Watch the following screencast to get an overview of the Measures service:
To add criteria to the search query, click on More Criteria and select a criterion. As many criteria as you wish can be added.
Set the criteria and click on the Search button to display the results.
Types of component to search for: projects, views, files, developers, etc.
|Alert||Filter by alert level (Error | Warning | Ok).|
Available since SonarQube 3.7.
If the Components criterion is empty, only direct children will be displayed.
Example: only display components that have been created since January 1st, 2014.
If checked, only components flagged as favorites will be displayed.
Filters components whose key contains a given string.
Drop-down list to select the languages to filter on.
Example: only display components that have been analyzed at least once since January 1st, 2014
|Metric||Filters components to those where a specific measure is greater than or less than a certain threshold.|
Up to three "Metric" criteria can be defined.
Filters components whose name contains a given string.
Results Display Configuration
By clicking on Change Columns, display details can be configured: list of measures (value or variation), ordering of the columns, sort, etc.
Saving Search Query as Filter
To save a search query as a filter, click on the Save As link on the top right corner.
To create a shared filter, check the
- Bubble Chart (since SonarQube 4.2)
- Histogram (since SonarQube 4.2)
- Pie Chart (since SonarQube 4.2)
Measures Filter as List:
Measures Filter as Treemap:
Measures Filter as Bubble Chart:
Measures Filter as Pie Chart:
Measures Filter as Histogram:
Once several filters have been created, it becomes necessary to manage them: edit, copy, delete, share, flag as favorite, etc. To do so, click on the left-hand side button in the search bar:
and click on Manage: