I can create a clover.db through our 'build' job. To make this db available to subsequent Jenkins jobs, I copy this database file to the /tmp folder.
Since I can specify the license file on the command line using -Dmaven.clover.licenseLocation=/path/to/license, I assumed I would be able to specify the clover.db file on the command line such as -Dmaven.clover.cloverDatabase=/path/to/clover.db
However, when I run an integration test job using the following command line.
mvn -Dmaven.clover.licenseLocation=/path/to/license -Dmaven.clover.cloverDatabase=<path to db> -Pintegration clover2:clover
I'll see at the bottom of the output.
'No clover database specified no report generated'
I don't understand.
This should work. Clover searches for a database in the following locations:
If file is not found in none of these locations, it prints a warning "No Clover database found, skipping report generation".
Please run a build with debug logging (mvn -X) and check if you don't define the -Dmaven.clover.cloverDatabase twice or you don't override it.
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