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  • inenicduc
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    The best suite basen on free apps!

    Posted 06/09/2012
  • stororuncrit
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    Good work:) Thanks

    Posted 06/07/2012
  • sotcoihayproc
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    Quick and easy to use.

    Posted 06/07/2012
  • apsoivoipres
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    One of the best software.

    Posted 06/07/2012
  • verpballnalan
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    It's fast, reliable and easy to use. I recommend this program strongly!

    Posted 06/06/2012
  • lunvamodu
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    High efficiency is what want i want:)

    Posted 06/06/2012
  • trancahasand
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    Thanks a lot everywhere!

    Posted 06/05/2012
  • puncchihyre
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    A must have for any computer

    Posted 06/05/2012
  • puszachafma
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    i use it every day, can't live without it!

    Posted 06/04/2012
  • ralarenorth
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    I recommend this program strongly!

    Posted 06/02/2012
  • awmnikolay
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    Wonderful project. Excellent works !

    Posted 05/19/2012
  • word9
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    Useful tool. Thanks for sharing.

    Posted 05/14/2012
  • wupix
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    Nice and Easy to use.

    Posted 04/08/2012
  • mattholmes
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    simple and straight forward to use

    Posted 03/20/2012
  • diamond28
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    Bala, did you read the FAQ at http://cobertura.sourceforge.net/faq.html ? Last question: <<<< Cobertura only writes the coverage data file when the application server shuts down. We do not want to stop our application server after running our tests. It is possible to instruct Cobertura to write the data file. One of your classes should call the static method net.sourceforge.cobertura.coveragedata.ProjectData.saveGlobalProjectData(). For example, you could add something like this to a "logout" method in your web application: try { String className = "net.sourceforge.cobertura.coveragedata.ProjectData"; String methodName = "saveGlobalProjectData"; Class saveClass = Class.forName(className); java.lang.reflect.Method saveMethod = saveClass.getDeclaredMethod(methodName, new Class[0]); saveMethod.invoke(null,new Object[0]); } catch (Throwable t) { } >>> This works great for me at the end of a TestNG run on GlassFish.

    Posted 02/26/2012
  • balavinod
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    hi without stopping tomcat can i generate coverage report. can anybody help me

    Posted 12/23/2011
  • vandewilly
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    The solution to the test coverage in my multi-module projects. Great tool!

    Posted 01/30/2010
  • durp
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    Cobertura is an invaluable (and free!!) tool that is essential to my development toolkit. Uncovered code == Undiscovered defects

    Posted 10/08/2009
  • itdude
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    Great tool ! Even no plugin for Netbeans availale (yet).

    Posted 09/25/2009
  • terry_permeance
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    Works well

    Posted 09/22/2009
  • lisa2103
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    cobertura worked great with junit tests and ant..... but i have a problem with junit plugin tests... do you have any suggestions or a sample ant skript? i always get the error "workspace closed" because i do not know how to launch eclipse via ant......

    Posted 08/26/2009
  • jameshowalter
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    Cobertura is the best coverage tool I've ever used! It doesn't miss anything (which is Clover's problem), and it doesn't incorrectly mark covered code as uncovered (which is EMMA's problem). The only remaining problem I have is that one test method is too big, and I can break it up as a workaround. I'm going to push to have this used where I work. This deserves to have an Eclipse plug-in.

    Posted 08/17/2009