Issues cannot be manually marked as 'resolved'. There are 3 options for removing vulnerability and typo/dependency issues from the New Issues list:

  1.  Issues that are not ready to be corrected, or that you decide do not need correction can be suppressed.  The user will need to indicate the reason for suppression before the action can be completed, this can be audited later as needed.
    • Once an issue is listed as suppressed it will no longer appear in the New Issues list. Issues can be suppressed temporarily or permanently. 
    • Suppressed issues can be found in the Suppressed Issues list.  Read here for more information about suppressed issues.

  2. By selecting the Create a Ticket button in the issue detail view, SOOS will generate a ticket with the details of the recommended fix to be pushed to your integrated issue tracking system (Jira or GitHub) for your team to triage appropriately.
  3. Selecting the Create Pull Request button will generate a Pull Request to be sent to GitHub for developers to address.

 

Options 2 and 3 will move the issue to Pending status and will no longer be visible in the New Issues list. Once the fix has been put into place and the vulnerability no longer exists in your project, when SOOS rescans your project the pending issue will be moved to Resolved status.