I have instrumented my web app (a Maven project) source code (NOT tests) using clover and deployed it to tomcat (Initstring=absolute path & flushpolicy = threaded, distributed cov =ON). This acts as a clover client.
Now, i have a different project created for my integration tests (an Eclipse project) and instrumented where coverage.db is pointed to a different location (flushpolicy = threaded, distributed coverage=ON). This acts as a clover server. When i run my "Junit" tests, i was able to see the code coverage but not per-test coverage.
I understand that the clover server & client are using different Initstring values. What should be done to get per-test coverage? Merging dbs?
You should build both application and tests using the same database. You shall not merge databases - a merged database can be used for reporting only.
In case you'd need to change initstring value at runtime, you can use the -Dclover.inistring=/path/to/clover.db property.
I am seeing different. When i built project A from eclipse it created clover.db of size ~1MB and when i built project B from eclipse (initstring is same), it didn't update the file instead it overwrote existing clover.db (new size is ~500KB). I am using clover version #3.2.2. Is there something that i am missing here?
Yes, I was building my projects from Eclipse IDE. Now, i switched my "dev" project to maven while my "test" project remains to be the Eclipse project.
Followed steps as below to get per-test coverage:
1. First, i instrumented my "test" project using Eclipse IDE => this has generated clover.db file
2. Next, i instrumented my "dev" project using maven => this has updated my existing clover.db bcz my initstring is same and built a war out of it which is inclusive of all my instrumented classes (does not include "test" files).
3. Deployed war to tomcat container (also, distributed coverage ON)
4. Now i executed a JUnit test (distributed coverage ON and communicating to my tomcat client) => generated new coverage files as expected but i could not get per-test coverage.
Something else that i should be doing to achive per-test coverage?
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