I'm not an expert on this, but it appears these define the thresholds for what you'd deem healthy, unhealthy and failing from a coverage point of view. For example you might say a 50% method coverage is failing, 70% is unhealthy, and 80% is healthy.
Some more clues can be found here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/37454187/how-to-specify-clover-coveragetarget-metrics-in-jenkins-pipeline
yes that is true but I was wondering how these thresholds are impacting clover report as I don't see like healthy or unhealthy notification in my test coverage report. So what is the significance then ? I mean if I put 60% instead of 70% for healthy threshold, how my report is going to be impacted ?
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