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How to generate db information for an instrumented jar inside another instrumented java project?

I am facing a peculiar issue. I have two projects say 'A' and 'B' and I build the jar for B and use it in A. I have been able to succesfuly build project 'A' using clover and generate reports for my test coverage. Issue is that clover considers all packages inside project A only totally ignoring my instrumented jar for project B. I want to configure clover in a way that it generates a consolidated db for both and thus I can see how much of project B am I testing, since A uses a lot of code from B.

Is it even possible to do what I am trying? I also checked whether my jar had instrumented class files and yes it did have them...

Any pointers....???

-Somesh

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Yes, you can instrument multiple projects, also in different builds and run the code from these projects together. In order to have code coverage for classes from module B you have to instrument module 'B' and next use the instrumented JAR in module A.

Thanks Marek, it worked.

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