Specify a threshold:
Monitor project on build:
Snyk runs the
snyk monitorcommand during the build, sending a project snapshot to the Snyk Web UI, and continuing to monitor the project for vulnerabilities even after this build.
If the manifest file is not on the root level, enter the relative path to that file.
The ID of the Snyk organization to which this project should be associated when imported to the UI.
Copy the Organization ID from the Snyk UI in the Settings area.
Enter any unique name for this project to recognize it when viewing from the Snyk UI.
Snyk tool settings
Snyk API token:
From the Settings area in the Snyk UI, copy the Org or Personal API token or create a service account. Use the token to authenticate your Snyk account when connecting to TeamCity. :
Default: the most recent version
Select the plugin version to be used in your build if you would like an older Snyk CLI version to support the plugin.
Snyk recommends configuring automatic upgrades and using the most recent version.
Use custom build tool path:
Specify which tool instance in your local environment Snyk is to use for this build.
Without a specified tool, Snyk auto-detects the tool and locates it in your environment based on the project type.