The code scanning alert page now shows the analysis origin for an alert. Code scanning alerts can originate from different analysis configurations on a repository. These may be using different tools or targeting different languages or areas of the code. For example, an alert generated using the default CodeQL analysis with GitHub Actions will have a different analysis origin from an alert generated externally and uploaded via the code scanning API. If an alert is generated by multiple analysis origins, the alert may be fixed in one origin but remain open in another.
Code scanning now shows the details of the analysis origin of an alert. If an alert has more than one analysis origin, it is shown in the ‘Affected branches’ sidebar and in the alert timeline. You can hover over the analysis origin icon in the ‘Affected branches’ sidebar to see the alert status in each analysis origin. If an alert only has a single analysis origin, no information about analysis origins is displayed on the alert page.
These improvements will make it easier to understand your alerts — in particular those that have multiple analysis origins. This is especially useful for setups with multiple analysis configurations, such as mono repos.
Read more about code scanning analysis configurations