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Emma is not producing coverage data  RSS feed

 
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Hi All,
I am using Junitee for unit testing and Emma for producing the coverage.
I instrument the classes and deploy it into the jboss directory as a jar

<target name="_instrumentForEmma_">
<property name="emma.instr.dir" value="instrumented" />
<emma enabled="true">
<instr instrpath="dist/ejbServer.jar" destdir="${emma.instr.dir}" metadatafile="${reportOutputParentDir}/reports/emma/metadata.emma" merge="true">

<filter excludes="*Exception, *PK, *VO*, *Util" />
</instr>
</emma>

<!-- archive the instrumented -->
<jar destfile="${emma.instr.dir}/ejbServer.jar" duplicate="preserve">
<zipfileset dir="src/j2ee/generated/etc" prefix="META-INF" includes="*.xml" />
<zipfileset dir="lib" prefix="lib">
<include name="oamData.jar" />
</zipfileset>
<manifest>
<attribute name="Class-Path" value="lib/oamData.jar" />
</manifest>

<fileset dir="${emma.instr.dir}" />
<fileset dir="build/classes/main" />
</jar>

<!-- deploy the instrumented to server -->
<copy toDir="${JBOSS_ROOT_DIR}/server/${JBOSS_SERVER_NAME}/deploy/oamr">
<fileset dir="${emma.instr.dir}">
<include name="ejbServer.jar" />
</fileset>
</copy>
</target>

But while i run junitee , I donot get the coverage data produced. It would be great if someone can help me.
Just the metadata file is produced.

Regards,
kavitha
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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