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Coverage measures the amount of testing done of a certain type. It is always in relation to some kind of measure, for example: statement coverage, branch coverage, etc. (Not restricted to code coverage).

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Measuring code coverage in end-to-end tests?

I've been hearing about ideas for measuring code coverage in end-to-end tests (e.g., Selenium tests) and I really don't see a reason for that, even if this is technically feasible. There's a concept ...
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What are basic metrics of coverage with functional UI automation testing

There is web application product which is tested by test automation (selenium webdriver based test project in scope of the whole project) Client is asking what is the test coverage by automation of ...
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Combining coverage from unit tests and functional tests/Selenium

Has anyone had experience getting a combined code coverage measure across both unit tests and functional/UI automation tests? I'm in a Java stack with Cobertura, Jenkins and Ant. I can successfully ...
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How to take the coverage report for Embedded Application Testing

I do system testing of various embedded software(Embedded C) which runs on a microcontroller. How to take a code coverage report in this case as we run the software on the micro and not on a pc? At ...
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Code Coverage for Web Applications?

Does anyone have any experience using code coverage tools for web applications? I primarily work with Webdriver and JUnit, but I am not sure if we are covering all the possible cases. This may ...
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Tool to minimize tests number and maximize code coverage

I am currently undergoing black-box testing campaigns for applications that require file input in linux environments. For that I need sets of test files of different formats that can be used to be ...
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Does Emma provide true block coverage?

While trying to find the block coverage from Emma, I came across this curious observation. See the method below public double getBalance() { return this.balance; } The coverage summary from ...
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QA Methodology: Do you retest every change on a new build or only changed code?

I am leading a new QA team at my company and we are small (Myself and one other person). We are currently testing releases compiled by over 10 developers, so the ratio of developers to QA is skewed. ...
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Is unit and component testing sufficient?

If you can test every line of [your product's] code via unit tests, wouldn't unit testing alone (theoretically) be sufficient? Are there other "necessary" benchmarks of proper test coverage other ...
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Recommendations for code coverage tools?

I have a wishlist for code coverage tools and am wondering if people could recommend some tools that fulfill all or many of my wishes. I am starting my search for tools that work specifically with ...
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Dynamic whitebox testing and coverage metrics for Java systems?

What coverage measures/metrics are useful for unit testing and for integration testing of Java or other object-oriented systems? Context: We would like to establish a better test process. Our ...
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How does Bullseye code coverage tool work?

I'm using Bullseye code coverage tool. It's great. I'm interested in knowing it's internal functioning. How does it actually work?
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Quality Center: How to check if a test is already included in any requirement [closed]

How can I check that a specific Test Case is already included in any of the existing requirements? Currently I see no other way rather than going through all the requirements and trying to locate this ...
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What is a good code coverage tool for Ruby?

I would really like to see which bits of code/functionality I've missed testing in my application, which is a mix of Ruby and JQuery and Java applets. Years ago I used a nice code coverage tool for C ...
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Good resource on how to write dot net unit test cases?

I am looking for good resources on how to write good unit test cases in C#/Dot Net. Books, resources on the net or simply good advises. In particular the unit cases should give good code coverage and ...
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Continuous Integration and testing environment and configuration for Android

I am an Android developer but I am not satisfied with my testing and Continuous Integration environment and configuration. Someone could recommend me how to configure the best setup and workflow for ...
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Should coverage analysis be performed on test code?

I'm of the opinion that it should. Test code is meant to be deterministic. This means that 100% of it should be executed. If it's not 100% (and assuming the analysis tool isn't under-reporting), ...
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How should I test the output of image renderers thoroughly, efficiently and in a branchable way

I am trying to improve the tests for a bunch of renderers that generate 2D images, and I am looking for advice and ideas for testing that are both efficient and thorough but also branch friendly. All ...
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What types of testing are LEAST suited to using pairwise testing (and similar test design approaches)?

For those of you who have used pairwise test design methods (or similar combinatorial software testing methods) in an attempt to zero in on a manageable number of unusually powerful tests from among a ...
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How can I report coverage on an n-dimensional test matrix?

I have a test matrix for my product's installation, which is n-dimensional, where n is about 11 or 12 at this point. For instance, the OS is one dimension, and the DB is another, and the Reporting ...
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Python coverage and external executables

I have a project that has almost complete unit test coverage. There's only one statement that isn't covered and I can't work out a good way to do so. Say the project is called foo, I have ...