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How to get consolidated emma report

Bala Gangadhar
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Hi All,
I have diffrent test suits to test my action, handler layers. Inorder to execute them i have to give different VM arguments while running different test suits. How can get the consolodated emma code coverage report when i run different test suits one after another. I am running test suits from eclipse (RAD)

Someone can you show me a workaround for this...


Thanks....
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Joined: May 26, 2003
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Bala,
Eclipse doesn't delete emma data from the coverage view so you can just keep running suites and look at the data.

A non-eclise approach is to run using Ant and then run the <merge task to combine the xml data files.


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