I try to run clover for both integration tests and unit tests. The integration tests are in a seperate module and run after the module of the source code.
I configured in the pom properties the location of the clover.db file and in the clover-report the location of the source file.
1. Does the clover.db contains only source file information or coverage information as well? If it should contain coverage information, how to configure clover to produce clover.db file for module with source files located in another module?
2. At the end of run I get the message: "Processed 0 test case results from 13 results files"
Why it doesn't locate the test file?
Thanks for support.
Nava Polak Onik.
Does the clover.db contains only source file information or coverage information as well?
The Clover Database (clover.db) contains information about code structure (packages, files, classes, methods, statements etc). It does not keep coverage information - coverage is stored in separate files which are named like:
More details here: CLOVER/Managing+the+Coverage+Database
When rendering an HTML report, Clover reads content of source files from location(s) as was found during instrumentation. You can point to different source location by using <clover-report>/<sourcepath> (for Ant).
How to configure clover to produce clover.db file for module with source files located in another module?
I don't think that it's necessary, actually. You can either:
Next you have to run your code ensuring that all instrumented classes are able to find their corresponding databases. How to achieve this depends on your project and environment setup, there are plenty options available. See the "Decision Matrix" on CLOVER/Using+Clover+in+various+environment+configurations page.
At the end of run I get the message: "Processed 0 test case results from 13 results files". Why it doesn't locate the test file?
I would need more details to answer this question. The most probably it just did not found a corresponding test class in the Clover Database (clover.db). For instance, in case when you've used wrong clover.db for reporting. Or in case when your integration tests are not compatible with JUnit/TestNG and test names (in test reports in XML files) do not contain information about test class.
Feel free to create a support ticket at: support.atlassian.com(attaching your pom.xml, build logs, Clover databases, Clover report etc). I'll be happy to investigate it further.
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