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Scan Management is a view of the scan history of Projects and Applications for the Checkmarx One tenant. A Group or Team Lead can obtain an overview of the risk to a project or feature in its entirety.

To view the Scan Management history, in the main menu click on Scan Management Scan_Management.png > Scans.

The following columns make up the scan history.




The system generated, unique identity, of the project or feature scanned.

Scan Date

The day, date and time when the scan was run.


The name of the project or feature that was scanned.


The branch that was scanned for a specific project.


The tags specific to Scan Management. Providing these distinguishing tags is useful for filtering information. A specific scan can be tagged, which ensures that it is easily found when filtered.

Scan Origin

The scanned project location.


This parameter indicates how the project is uploaded onto the system to be scanned. It can be a repository, such as GitHub, or a zipped file.


The username of the individual who invoked the scan.

Scan Type

There are two types of scans, Full Scan and Incremental Scan.

  • Full Scan scans all the files in the project.

  • Incremental Scan can only be run once an initial Full Scan has been completed. When a developer adds code to the original file and only wants to scan the new data, an incremental scan can be run. The system will calculate if the new source code is less than 7% of the data and will run an incremental scan. Even if a developer selects the Incremental checkbox and the new source code is more than 7%, a full scan will run. This feature saves time when scanning for vulnerabilities in large projects.

LOC (Line of Code)

Presents the amount of lines of code that were included in the last scan. This feature is essential for users seeking a comprehensive view of their scans, enabling them to promptly spot gaps or missing data, ensuring a thorough analysis.


The scan status. For example, Active when a scan is running, Failed if an error occurs and the scan cannot continue, Completed if the scan is successful and Queued if the scan is waiting to be run.

Quick Filtering

The scan status determines the quick filter that is run from the four scan options provided.

  1. Total Scans - The default view that displays the results of all the scans that have been run.

  2. Active - Displays the scans that are currently running.

  3. Queued - The scans that are waiting to run, once previously executed scans are complete.

  4. Failed - The scans that have failed and stop running.

Additional Filters

Scan Management contains additional filters.

Click Add Filter to add these options.


Tag Key

Tag Key filter refers to the scan tags configuration. Where there is a tag:value configuration, the filter will refer to the tag without the value.

To filter the list according to the projects configured with tag keys:

  1. Click Tag Key.

  2. Select existing tag keys to filter by, or use Search

  3. Select the required tag key(s), click Done


    The list is filtered according to the relevant project tag key.

Tag Value

The Tag Value filter refers to the tag values configured for projects.

To filter the list according to the projects configured with tag values:

  1. Click Tag Value.

  2. Filter by the existing tag values from the dropdown list, or use Search.

  3. Click Done

  4. The list is filtered according to the relevant projects tag value.


Filter Chaining

In order to reduce the filtering results, use filter chaining.

More than one filter type can be chained or selected in order to reduce filtering results.


Remove Filters

Click x to remove the filter.


Page Size

Page size indicates the number of scans that are displayed on the page. The default is 25.

To select the amount of scans to see on the page:

  1. Click on the page size, for this example 25.

  2. Select the number of scans to view per page.


    The number of scans displayed on the page will change according to the selection made.