Clover as a Code Coverage Tool for integration tests

Hi,
We are evaluating Clover as a Code Coverage Tool for integration tests. But in our case the Application exists in the remote server. Application is an java maven project. And we are executing integration tests from our local machine. Test cases are not integrated with the application code.
When the integration Tests are running on the local machine, the application deployed on the remote server(TomCat) triggers and the application code starts to execute.
Our requirement is to measure the code coverage of this running Application which resides on the remote server.
We need to make sure what methods/statements of the Application hosted on the remote server have got executed and which methods have not.
In this case Test Cases resides on a different machine and the Application is deployed in a different machine.
Please advice whether we are capable of measuring the code coverage of the remote Application in this case using Clover.

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