Qodana 2024.1 Help

Qodana for JVM

official project

Java, Kotlin, Groovy

Qodana for JVM is based on IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate. It brings all the smarts from IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate, which help you:

  • detect anomalous code and probable bugs

  • eliminate dead code

  • highlight spelling problems

  • improve overall code structure

  • introduce coding best practices

  • Upload inspection results to Qodana Cloud

Qodana for JVM provides inspections for Java, Kotlin, and Groovy.

Supported technologies

Qodana for JVM provides inspections for the following technologies.

Programming languages

Java

Kotlin

Groovy

Markup languages

CSS

FreeMarker Template Language

HTML

JSON and JSON5

RELAX NG

XML

XPath

XSLT

YAML

Scripting languages

Expression Language (EL)

Shell script

Databases and ORM

Hibernate ORM

MongoJS

Oracle

MySQL

PostgreSQL

SQL

SQL server

Build management

Ant

Gradle

Maven

Frameworks and libraries

Jakarta EE

Java EE

JavaBeans

JAX-RS

JPA

JSP

JUnit

Lombok

Reactive Streams

Spring

TestNG

Supported features

The Qodana for JVM linter provides the following Qodana features:

Feature

Available under licenses

Baseline

Ultimate and Ultimate Plus

Code coverage

Ultimate and Ultimate Plus

License audit

Ultimate Plus

Quality gate

Ultimate and Ultimate Plus

Quick-fix

Ultimate and Ultimate Plus

Vulnerability checker

Ultimate Plus

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Analyze a project locally

To be able to run the analysis, make sure the project can be successfully built and run in the desired environment, that is, a JRE is properly configured, project dependencies are installed, build scripts or startup tasks are executed, and so on.

Qodana provides two options for local analysis of your code. Qodana CLI is the easiest option to start. Alternatively, you can use the Docker command from the Docker image tab.

Assuming that you have already installed Qodana CLI on your machine, you can run this command in the project root directory:

qodana scan \ -e QODANA_TOKEN="<cloud-project-token>" \ -l jetbrains/qodana-jvm:2024.1

Here, the QODANA_TOKEN variable refers to the project token.

To start, pull the image from Docker Hub (only necessary to get the latest version):

docker pull jetbrains/qodana-jvm:2024.1

Start local analysis with source-directory pointing to the root of your project and QODANA_TOKEN referring to the project token:

docker run \ -v <source-directory>/:/data/project/ \ -e QODANA_TOKEN="<cloud-project-token>" \ jetbrains/qodana-jvm:2024.1

In your browser, open Qodana Cloud to examine inspection results. Here, you can also reconfigure the analysis, see the Inspection report section for details.

Next steps

Last modified: 16 April 2024