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Why does the code coverage fail in SilkCentral TestManager and not return any information in the results?

Why does the code coverage fail in SilkCentral TestManager and not return any information in the results?

Problem:

Why does the code coverage fail in SilkCentral TestManager and not return any information in the results?

Resolution:


SilkCentral Test Manager"s Code Analysis unit offers code-coverage data for Java AUTs (Applications Under Test), packages, classes, methods and statements, enabling users to perform Test-Impact Analysis and Effort Analysis.

SilkCentral Test Manager"s code analysis needs to first communicate with the code coverage service which starts along with the Java application.

The reason for this is that the application needs to be running, and started to utilize the sctmcc.dll. If this is not launched, SilkCentral Test Manager will not communicate with the helper.dll and find out which parts of the code coverage have been tested.

On the first run of the coverage, a full code coverage is being performed to find out what is contained in the AUT and on subsequent runs the selected parts are analysed by the coverage unit.

Old KB# 24485

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