Installation steps of Kiuwan for Developers for JetBrains are the same for all the JetBrains' family of products.
Open File >> Settings >> Pugins
Click on Browse repositories .. button
Click on Manage repositories .. button
After installation, you need to configure K4D to connect to Kiuwan. Please, remember that you need to have a valid Kiuwan Account.
Go to File >> Settings and select Tools >> Kiuwan >> Connection Settings
The Kiuwan server URL comes preconfigured (leave it with default value)
Fill in User and Password fields with your Kiuwan account's credentials.
Please, Save and check configuration before apply changes.
Mapping your Idea Project to Kiuwan Application
After K4D is installed, you are ready to map your Idea project to a Kiuwan application.
To map your Idea project to Kiuwan, open File >> Settings and select Tools >> Kiuwan >> Remote Application
A dialog will open with a combo of available applications where you can select the application that matches your project in the Kiuwan account.
Kiuwan Defects List
Once mapped, you can open Kiuwan Defects List by selecting Tools >> Show Kiuwan Defects
Kiuwan Defect List window will appear docked to your Idea layout. Double-clicking on a defect will open the file and select the line of the defect.
Also, right-clicking on the defect and selecting Rule information will open a browser with the documentation of the Kiuwan rule that detected the selected vulnerability.
Refreshing Defects List
Configuring the Contents of Defects List
Clicking on icon will allow to configure the contents of Kiuwan Defects List.
Please visit K4D for Eclipse - Server defects list for a full description of available options.
Support and Troubleshooting
If you experience problems with the Kiuwan plugin for IntelliJ IDEA , you can read Kiuwan Documentation to find a solution, or if you prefer you can collect troubleshooting information and send it to us.