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PLI

PLI analysis is available starting in Enterprise Edition.

Language-specific properties

Discover and update the PL/I-specific properties in: Administration > General Settings > Languages > PL/I.

Source code extraction

In order to analyze your source code with SonarQube you need to first extract it onto a filesystem. You can use your own tool or an open-source tool. SonarSource does not provide any connectors or source code extraction tools.

Dealing with-includes

There are two possible ways to tell SonarQube where to retrieve the source code referenced by an %INCLUDE statement.

The following syntaxes are supported:

%INCLUDE 'C:/temp/myLib.pli'
%INCLUDE ddname(member);
%INCLUDE member; /* With member not enclosed within single or double quotes, i.e. a SYSLIB member */

Example:

If you want to interpret:

%INCLUDE O (XX02511) as %INCLUDE 'C:/temp/o/XX02511.99IPO';
%INCLUDE lib1 as %INCLUDE 'C:/temp/syslib/lib1.pli';

the Ddnames are defined as:

sonar.pli.includeDdnames=O,SYSLIB

sonar.pli.includeDdname.O.path=c:/temp/o
sonar.pli.includeDdname.O.suffix=.99IPO

sonar.pli.includeDdname.SYSLIB.path=c:/temp/syslib
sonar.pli.includeDdname.SYSLIB.suffix=.pli

Note that the following constructs, involving at least two members, are currently not supported:

%INCLUDE member1, member2;
%INCLUDE ddname1(member1), member2;
%INCLUDE member1, ddname1(member2);
%INCLUDE ddname1(member1), ddname2(member2);


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