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Help with ECLEMMA & JBOSS

 
Supriya Kaledhonkar
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I need to test my web application running on Application server JBoss.
I have created test cases for the APIs and I want to do code coverage testing with eclemma tool.
I see 0% coverage for the source folder which is not expected.
Can anyone help?
Should I switch to emma or cobertura?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Sups
 
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Sups,
ECLEmma is meant to run against code that runs in Eclipse. If your code is running on JBoss, it is not running on Eclipse. ECLEmma uses Emma under the hood. You could use Emma directly against the JBoss run code.
 
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Thanks for your information and I am sorry for creating new thread for same topic.
 
Supriya Kaledhonkar
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Any other tool like eclemma?
To use emma it involves command line so any other tool compatible with eclipse for web/j2ee applications?

Thanks,
Supriya
 
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