Source path for clover report

Hi,

I have access to the machine where I run the test cases. But I have no access to the source code while generating the report.

So, how do I overcome this problem. Is if enough if I just get a copy of the source code or should I need the clover generated java files itself.

Kindly suggest.

Thanks

Paddu

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It is enough if you get a copy of the source code when generating the report. You use the sourcepath element to tell Clover where the source is located:

http://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CLOVER/clover-report#clover-report-Sourcepath

You do not need to retain the Clover-generated java files. In fact, these are normally written to a temp directory and deleted after compilation completes.

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