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Max White
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I am using emma plugin in eclipse for code coverage,but so far I am unable to run it if the class does not have a main method.
How can I achieve it?
Thanks!
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Max,
There are two ways of running Emma. One is through a main method or JUnit test. The other is on the server. (the emma faq shows how to set that up.) The server approach is useful when testing through a web app.

If this doesn't help enough, please elaborate more on what you are trying to accomplish.


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