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maran
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Can anyone tell me Using JPROBE Coverage how to test my war files which is deployed in weblogic 6.1?.
It's very urgent....
 
Sandep Chaturvedi
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I believe you can run JProbe on a particular port. I have used profiler where you can create snapshot for a particular folder (in this case point it to forlder containing war file). Then start the browser and watch the results!
 
Valentin Crettaz
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Mujir Shaikh
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You will have to integrate your Applicationb Server with JProbe. JProbes site(www.sitraka.com) is quite clear on how to do this.
After you have completed steps for integrating your Server with JProbe, start JProbe Coverage (or Profiler or Quantify). Now start your Server. JProbe will automatically detect the Server which is on and start profiling it.
You can now send your web requests on your Server and JProbe will find out what parts of your code have been covered by it.
Hope that helps.
 
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