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healthyTarget in clover

Hi Team,

could you please let me know what is the use of healthyTarget, unhealthyTarget and failingTarget in clover report. How does this impact graphical presentation of code coverage ?

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Roger Barnes Atlassian Team Jul 14, 2020

Hi Gaurav, 

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.

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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 ?

Roger Barnes Atlassian Team Jul 21, 2020

That's a good question, and one where I'd definitely be guessing. Perhaps it sends back an overall flag of the health of the coverage in the report corresponding with the targets, or sets an exit code.

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