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After changing setting cloverDatabase, clover2:aggregate fails

I'm using the maven clover2 pluging, version 3.0.5, and I'm having issues invoking clover2:aggregate. If I do chagne the name/locatio of the clover database, I'm successfull in executing clover2:aggregate. The minute I change it to something other than the default, I get "No Clover databases found in children projects - No merge done"

Is there a bug in the aggregate goal if you change the location or name of the database file?


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"No Clover databases found in children projects - No merge done"

This message typically occurs when you have clover2:aggregate goal defined in pom.xml. For example a following definition is incorrect for multi-module projects:


mvn verify

Instead of this you should call aggregate goal in mvn commandline, for example this is correct:

mvn clean clover2:setup verify clover2:aggregate clover2:clover

Background reason:

Maven starts building projects from top-level module, going through all phases, next it starts to build sub-modules (again going through all phases) one after another. As a result, when you have clover2:aggregate bound in top-level pom.xml to some build phase (like 'verify' in my example), Maven will come to aggregate goal in top-level module and fail, because sub-modules were not built yet and there are no databases availalble.

In case when you declare phases/goals in command line, Maven will execute first declared phase (for example, building all modules), next execute second phase etc... So in my correct example it will: clean all modules, setup Clover, build and test all modules, aggregate results, generate report.



Thanks for your answer. How do I include the aggregated report in the site then?


Adding site to the end of the command did the trick:

mvn clean clover2:setup verify clover2:aggregate clover2:clover site


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