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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Service downtime

On 17/08/2016 10:47, Mikaël Barbero wrote:
>> Le 3 août 2016 à 16:35, Lorenzo Bettini <lorenzo.bettini@xxxxxxxxx
>> <mailto:lorenzo.bettini@xxxxxxxxx>> a écrit :
>> On 28/07/2016 12:25, Frederic Gurr wrote:
>>> My suggestion was to get this fixed in Hudson/Sonar plugin.
>>> In the meantime, Mikael Barbero suggested that you don't need to use the
>>> Sonar plugin to run an analysis.
>>> According to
>>> you can do it from Maven directly. The only thing that needs to be
>>> changed to make this work is the .m2/settings.xml file.
>> Maybe I'm still missing something (Mikael is in CC): from what I
>> understand, we need to use the sonar plugin to run the analysis since
>> HIPP is configured with the correct user and password to access sonar,
>> and this is kept hidden to us.  In fact, I see this line when using the
>> sonar plugin in hudson (where the user and password are unknown to us
>> and kept hidden)
>> -Dsonar.jdbc.driver=com.mysql.jdbc.Driver
>> -Dsonar.jdbc.url=jdbc:mysql://dbmaster:3306/sonar?autoReconnect=true&useUnicode=true&characterEncoding=utf8
>> ******** ********
>> so how can I run the sonar analysis directly?
> If you want to run the analysis straight from maven, we will add the
> credentials to the maven settings, and this -D won't be needed anymore
> as the sonar configuration will be retrieved from the settings file. 

Thank you Mickael for the answer,
then could you please handle this?

thanks again

>> Again, if the problem is the plugin version, would that be possible to
>> downgrade that in HIPP?
> I don't think it's possible. IIRC, we've upgraded the sonar plugin
> because the old does not work with new version of Hudson...

Prof. Lorenzo Bettini, Computer Science, DISIA, Univ. Firenze
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