I am new to clover and we have licensed version of clover. I have added a profile in my maven pom.xml file with the following line
<plugin> <groupId>com.atlassian.maven.plugins</groupId> <artifactId>maven-clover2-plugin</artifactId> <configuration> <jdk>1.7</jdk> <generateHistorical>true</generateHistorical> <generateHtml>true</generateHtml> <!-- <generatePdf>true</generatePdf> --> <license><![CDATA[ GIVEN PROPER LICENSE ]]></license> <excludes> <exclude>**/*-mock-impl/**/*.java</exclude> </excludes> <properties> <clover.cloverDatabase>C:\\Users\\sample\\</clover.cloverDatabase> <clover.singleCloverDatabase>true</clover.singleCloverDatabase> </properties> <contextFilters>property</contextFilters> </configuration> </plugin>
then I have executed following maven commands :
1) mvn clean -U : this command worked fine and is a success
2) when I tried mvn clean clover2:setup install -Dmaven.test.skip=true -Dmaven.clover.singleCloverDatabase=false is not generating clover.db files for me
I want to get functional code coverage for my project, Am I missing something or any steps you want me to add ?
I have got clover.db files under each package/target/clover/clover.db file.
Creating war files with this intrumented code will give me clover war and non clover war files?
I have got soo many clover.db files and intrumented code , it will be very difficult to add these many files to classpath
1) My mistake, sorry. Please use the <singleCloverDatabase> only. Do not use <cloverDatabase>, as described in maven docs:
You will find a database in /target directory of the last compiled module.
2) You wrote that:
I have got soo many clover.db files and intrumented code , it will be very difficult to add these many files to classpath.
Please note that there is no need to add clover.db to a classpath. Instead of this, clover.db must be found by instrumented code (a path to clover.db is encoded in instrumented classes). It can be achieved by:
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