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Generating Coverage Data Results for Selective Tests

Last updated: 2019-10-30
Question:
When generating coverage data reports, the coverage data is displayed for all tests in my environment. How do I get the aggregate coverage report to display coverage data for only the selected test case(s) or test result(s), instead of all tests?
Answer:
A user has the ability to view coverage data for individual test cases (Unit Under Test environment) or individual test results (Cover environment).  
  • In the Unit Test tool, the option can be found in the Test | View | Always use all results in reports.


     
  • In the System Testing tool the option is located in Environment | View | Always use all results in reports.  

 
The option is enabled by default and will need to be disabled in order to view coverage data for selectively enabled test results.
 
 
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2019-10-30
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