This guide assumes there is a Build Configuration (e.g. named "Tests + dotCover") building a .NET project and running tests with dotCover enabled (one or several build steps): 

Integrating with chained build

1. Create another Build Configuration (e.g. named "Send to SonarQube") and add the following 2 dependencies on initial configuration ("Tests + dotCover"):

a) A snapshot dependency

b) An artifact dependency for ".teamcity/.NETCoverage/dotCover.dcvr" file and getting artifacts from "Build from the same chain".

Note: since TeamCity version 2019.1 dotCover.dcvr is no longer a hidden artifact that publishes by default. It is created in build temp folder (%system.teamcity.build.tempDir%\..\agentTmp\dotNetCoverageResults\dotCover.dcvr) and is now removed when the build finishes. To make it publish, explicitly specify the .dcvr file in Build artifacts paths.

2. In the new configuration ("Send to SonarQube") add a Command Line step with the following script: 

%teamcity.dotCover.home%\dotCover.exe report /ReportType=HTML /Source="dotCover.dcvr" /Output="dotCover.html"

3. Add SonarQube Runner to the new configuration and add additional command line argument with "-Dsonar.cs.dotcover.reportsPaths=dotCover.html"

Integrating with merging reports

After the last build step with enabled dotCover, add a new step to merge all the collected coverage into a single XML in a well-known place as described here.