How generate coverage report from code which located in remote machine

Hi,

Let me decribe our scenario in details.

  1. I have DEV sources and QE tests sources in Machine_A
  2. I have Instrumented DEV codes
  3. Moved instrumented jars from Machine_A ->Machine_B (so I moved only instrumented jars, not the source codes - .java files. So when I move the jars to Machine_B, I guess that mapping between dev sources(not jars) and coverage.db is lost),
  4. coverage.db still located on Machine_A
  5. I have instrumented also QE codes in the same machine_A
  6. Running the QE tests from Machine_A, it will run on DEV instrumented jars located on Machine_B

What I try to explain is that DEV instrumented jars(containing .classes) are located on one machine_B, meanwhile DEV sources(.java) are located on another machine_A.

In instrumented jars, there is information about the path of code sources, right?

In my case this path will be broken since after instrumentation, I moved jars to another machine.

And in order the report to be generated, source codes(.java) files' location path is necessary.

In this situation how can I deal?

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