There are two different ways to feed the SonarQube platform with information on unit tests execution and code coverage:
These two ways are handled by Gallio. So you first have to install Gallio on the machine(s) running the SonarQube analysis. You also have to install the code coverage tool of your choice that will be driven by Gallio. Supported tools are dotCover, NCover, OpenCover and PartCover.
Log in as a System administrator and go to Settings > Configuration > General Settings > .NET Gallio.
sonar.gallio.coverage.toolproperty. Then, set the installation directory of this code coverage tool through the
sonar.partcover.installDirectoryproperty. Note that there is not such a property for NCover as the installation path of NCover is automatically discovered by Gallio.
This is the default mode.
The first and unique step is to tell SonarQube which projects are unit test projects. To do so, set the
# Semicolon-separated list of patterns to identify unit test projects # Default value is *.Tests sonar.donet.visualstudio.testProjectPattern=*.Tests;*.UnitTests
Then, you just have to run a SonarQube analysis and you'll get data on unit tests and code coverage. Indeed, the paths to the unit test assemblies are automatically retrieved from the Visual Studio ".csproj" files. And the execution of unit tests and the driving of the coverage tool is automatically performed by Gallio.
To activate this mode, add the following line to your project configuration file:
Then, you just need to provide SonarQube with the following reports: unit tests execution and code coverage.
# Paths are relative to the Solution base directory # Path to the unit tests execution report sonar.gallio.reports.path=reports/gallio-report.xml # Path to the code coverage report sonar.gallio.coverage.reports.path=reports/coverage-report.xml
The following command lines are launched while letting the SonarQube platform drive the execution of the unit tests and the code coverage tool. The reuseReport mode has been tested with those command lines. That's why it is highly recommend to generate your reports using similar command lines:
# Based on the following solution sample: https://github.com/SonarCommunity/sonar-dotnet/tree/master/sonar/dotnet/sonar-dotnet-plugin/src/test/resources/solution/Example # dotCover C:\Program Files\JetBrains\dotCover\v2.2\Bin\dotCover.exe a /TargetExecutable=C:\Program Files\Gallio\bin\Gallio.Echo.exe /TargetWorkingDir=C:\Example\target\sonar "/TargetArguments=\"/r:Local\" \"/report-directory:C:\Example\target\sonar\" \"/report-name-format:gallio-report\" \"/report-type:Xml\" \"C:\Example\Example.Core.Tests\bin\Debug\Example.Core.Tests.dll\"" /Filters=+:module=Example.Application;class=*;function=*;+:module=Example.Core;class=*;function=*; /ReportType=TeamCityXML /Output=C:\Example\target\sonar\coverage-report.xml # NCover C:\Program Files\Gallio\bin\Gallio.Echo.exe /r:NCover3 /report-directory:C:\Example\target\sonar /report-name-format:gallio-report /report-type:Xml C:\Example\Example.Core.Tests\bin\Debug\Example.Core.Tests.dll /runner-property:NCoverCoverageFile=C:\Example\target\sonar\coverage-report.xml /runner-property:NCoverArguments=//ias Example.Application;Example.Core # OpenCover C:\Program Files\OpenCover\OpenCover.Console.exe -register:user -target:C:\Program Files\Gallio\bin\Gallio.Echo.exe -targetdir:C:\Example\target\sonar "-targetargs:\"/r:IsolatedAppDomain\" \"/report-directory:C:\Example\target\sonar\" \"/report-name-format:gallio-report\" \"/report-type:Xml\" \"C:\Example\Example.Core.Tests\bin\Debug\Example.Core.Tests.dll\"" "-filter:+[Example.Application]* +[Example.Core]* " -mergebyhash -output:C:\Example\target\sonar\coverage-report.xml # PartCover C:\Program Files\PartCover\PartCover .NET 4.0\PartCover.exe --target C:\Program Files\Gallio\bin\Gallio.Echo.exe --target-work-dir C:\Example\target\sonar --target-args \"/r:IsolatedAppDomain\" \"/report-directory:C:\Example\target\sonar\" \"/report-name-format:gallio-report\" \"/report-type:Xml\" \"C:\Example\Example.Core.Tests\bin\Debug\Example.Core.Tests.dll\" --include [Example.Application]* --include [Example.Core]* --output C:\Example\target\sonar\coverage-report.xml
Add the following line to your analysis configuration file:
Because the principles are very similar to those for unit tests, please read Unit Tests and Code Coverage.
To activate this mode, add the following line to your analysis configuration file:
The first and unique step is to tell SonarQube which projects are integration test projects. To do so, set the
# Semicolon-separated list of patterns to identify integration test projects sonar.donet.visualstudio.itProjectPattern=*.Integration.Tests;*.IntegrationTests
Then, you just have to run a SonarQube analysis and you'll get data on integration tests and code coverage. Indeed, the paths to the integration test assemblies are automatically retrieved from the Visual Studio ".csproj" files. And the execution of integration tests and the driving of the coverage tool is automatically performed by Gallio.
To activate this mode, add the following line to your project configuration file:
Then, you just need to provide SonarQube with the following reports: integration tests execution report and code coverage report.
# Paths are relative to the Solution base directory # Path to the integration tests execution report sonar.gallio.it.reports.path=reports/it-gallio-report.xml # Path to the code coverage report sonar.gallio.it.coverage.reports.path=reports/it-coverage-report.xml
Due to SONAR-4101, execution data for integration tests are not currently stored as such. Thus, the C# plugin merges integration test data with unit test data.
This is the default mode.
sonar.gallio.filter property (or the
sonar.gallio.it.filter property for integration tests):
# To run test from the "unit" category only sonar.gallio.filter=CategoryName:unit
Note that Gallio does not support MSTest categories. Thus it is useless to specify this property when MSTest is used.
sonar.gallio.coverage.excludes property. Note that this property is shared between unit and integration tests.
# List of components to exclude. Syntax is different from one tool to another. # dotCover filter format # Exclusions can be defined at any levels: project, class, function # Example: Excludes class Example.Core.MoneyBag and function Multiply defined in class Example.Core.Money sonar.gallio.coverage.excludes=-:module=Example.Core;class=Example.Core.MoneyBag;function=*;-:module=Example.Core;class=Example.Core.Money;function=Multiply; # NCover # Exclusions can be defined at project level only # Comma-separated list of projects to exclude # Example: Excludes all components from projects Example.Core and Example.Model sonar.gallio.coverage.excludes=Example.Core,Example.Model # OpenCover # Exclusions can be defined at project level only # Comma-separated list of projects to exclude # Example: Excludes all components from projects Example.Core and Example.Model sonar.gallio.coverage.excludes=Example.Core,Example.Model # PartCover # Exclusions can be defined at project level only # Comma-separated list of projects to exclude. Syntax: [project]* # Example: Excludes all components from projects Example.Core and Example.Model sonar.gallio.coverage.excludes=[Example.Core]*,[Example.Model]*
See Running an Analysis on a C# Solution, "SonarQube cannot retrieve the assemblies" section.
# If, for each test project, the test assembly is moved to a "bin/package" directory inside the project directory sonar.dotnet.test.assemblies=bin/package/$(AssemblyName).$(OutputType) # If all the assemblies are copied into a "package" directory located in the solution directory sonar.dotnet.test.assemblies=$(SolutionDir)/package/$(AssemblyName).$(OutputType)
This might happen if you have generated the reports then moved the files of your solution. Indeed, in the XML coverage files, the paths to the C# source files must be the same as the paths specified in the ".csproj" files, otherwise the coverage data are simply not taken into account.
Most probably, you should use the following property to run the tests in an isolated process:
As describe in the Gallio documentation, possible values are IsolatedAppDomain (PartCover default runner type), IsolatedProcess and Local. Does not apply to NCover.
Host process exited with code: -2146232576 A fatal exception occurred while running tests. Possible causes include invalid test runner parameters and stack overflows
This error happens when one of the dotnet config files (app.config, web.config, ...) of your Visual Studio solution specifies a runtime version not supported by the instance of Gallio. This is often the case when the following XML fragment appears in an app.config file:
<startup> <supportedRuntime version="v4.0" sku=".NETFramework,Version=v4.0"/> </startup>
The "sku" attribute is not something understandable by Gallio. If you replace the above XML fragment with the one below, the issue is solved:
<startup> <supportedRuntime version="v4.0.30319"/> </startup>
The NCover Complete Edition allows you to run tests from multiple projects and merge the coverage data, the NCover Classic Edition does not.
The workaround is to activate the Gallio safe mode (
sonar.gallio.safe.mode=true). Gallio will then be launched for each test project and the generated XML reports will be merged.
sonar.gallio.timeoutMinutes property (default value is 30).
Gallio and PartCover work perfectly out-of-the-box on x86 Windows, but not on 64-bit versions. To make them work:
corflags.exe on Gallio and PartCover executables:
# Go to the PartCover folder corflags /32bit+ /force PartCover.exe corflags /32bit+ /force PartCover.Browser.exe # Go to the Gallio bin folder corflags /32bit+ /force Gallio.Echo.exe
If in the logs you get something such as:
[INFO] [23:30:05.643] A fatal exception occurred while running tests. Possible causes include invalid test runner parameters and stack overflows. [INFO] [23:30:05.727] Gallio.Model.ModelException: An exception occurred while invoking a test driver. ---> Gallio.Model.ModelException: Gallio.Model.ModelException: Could not load test assembly from 'C:\whatever\MyTestAssembly.Test.dll'. ---> System.BadImageFormatException: Could not load file...
it might be because some of your assemblies have been compiled with a x86 profile (32 bits) while Gallio is configured to run in an "Any CPU" mode, hence 64bits on your system.
This problem might be solved using corflags tool to force Gallio to run in a 32 bits mode as shown below:
corFlags.exe Gallio.Echo.exe /32BIT+ /Force
If you get this kind of error:
System.IO.FileLoadException: Mixed mode assembly is built against version 'v2.0.50727' of the runtime and cannot be loaded in the 4.0 runtime without additional configuration information.
It is likely that you are facing the issue described here
The problem might be solved if you modify your installation of Gallio. Add the following XML fragment in files Gallio.Host.x86.exe.config and/or Gallio.Host.x64.exe.config:
<startup useLegacyV2RuntimeActivationPolicy="true"> <supportedRuntime version="v4.0"/> </startup>