sonar code coverage jacoco

The version of SonarQube used in the project is the lts (long term support version) and the Jacoco plugin comes with the version of Gradle in the project (6.4.1). I know that Gradle Enterprise offers PDF reporting. But now I have fixed issue and now jacoco is generating the code coverage and I see the file size increases as the test keeps going on. build 24-Mar-2020 18:13:42 INFO: Sensor Java CPD Block Indexer (done) | time=19ms This is a local process that analyses your code then sends reports to the SonarQube server. This assumes that Java 8 and Maven 3 are set up. The JaCoCo plugin provides code coverage metrics for Java code via integration with JaCoCo. Use below link for SonarQube installation: There are multiple ways of running JaCoCo for your project: Go to Help-> Install new software and put in below URL. build 24-Mar-2020 18:13:42 INFO: Sensor SurefireSensor [java] (done) | time=31ms Consider using something like GitLab pipelines or Jenkins for that. 5. The steps discussed in this article to generate a jacoco.exec file and then use it during a SonarQube scan to generate a coverage report work well for SonarQube 7. The SonarQube is setup and running on port 9000. — test failure ignore →javaUTF-8jacoco0.7.93.2${project.build.directory}jacoco.exec${jacoco.outputDir}/${jacoco.out.ut.file}20180813, Note:- You can add files for exclusions in -Dsonar.coverage.exclusions argument or in(only folder level and class level exclusion is available in jacoco, we cannot exclude methods), org.codehaus.sonar-plugins.javasonar-jacoco-listeners${sonar-jacoco-listeners.version}test, org.sonarsource.scanner.mavensonar-maven-plugin3.4.0.905org.jacocojacoco-maven-plugin${jacoco.version}prepare-ut-agentprocess-test-classesprepare-agentjacoco.agent.ut.argtrueorg.apache.maven.pluginsmaven-surefire-plugin${jacoco.agent.ut.arg}listenerorg.sonar.java.jacoco.JUnitListener 1.4

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