Go to the Administration section and then to the Projects section. Identify the project line in which you want to add the source. In the Sources column, click on the icon to list the current sources of the project. Note that the value on this icon is the number of sources currently configured for the project.

Click the button to display the list of project sources. In the table that appears, click the Add Source button (at the bottom).

Step 1: Connecting to the source code

Here you need to add a connector to one of the following source code repositories:

  • Git
  • SVN
  • Microsoft TFS
  • Mercurial

Find related documentation on this section.

Step 2: Synchronize data related to code quality

Themis offers a system of plugins for each of the 3 practices to follow. Once you configure a plugin for code quality, data will be generated for the DET practice.

Go to this page to determine which plugin you need for your context. Depending on your choice, then follow the associated documentation to configure the plugin on the practice.

Step 3: Synchronize Code Coverage Data

Themis offers a system of plugins for each of the 3 practices to follow. To generate actions for TFI and COV practices, you must configure a plugin for each of these practices.

Go to this page to determine which plugin you need for your context. Depending on your choice, then follow the associated documentation to configure the plugin on the practice.

Step 4: Launch a data update

Now that all your connectors are ready, you can start an update of the source. In the Administration section, then in the section dedicated to Projects, identify the source concerned. Click on the button with the Refresh.png icon and then check the source execution report. You can use the shortcut by clicking on the icon in the left column named "Status".

You can then observe that the different connections and interfaces work properly. If this is not the case and errors appear, check the errors in the execution report. If you can identify the source of the problem, edit the source and / or plugins that are causing the problem. Then, repeat the operation again. If you can not solve the problem, do not hesitate to contact technical support.

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