Introduction to Cover Reports 2.0
Early access feature
- What is Cover Reports?
- Available with Cover CLI
- Adding projects to Cover Reports
- Viewing projects
- Supported browsers
- Suggested next page
What is Cover Reports?
Diffblue Cover Reports provides a variety of ways to visualise an application based on information derived from Diffblue Cover.
Cover Reports allows your team to identify gaps in your application’s coverage and the reasons for those gaps. This means development can be targeted in those areas, which leads to improved coverage, improved application code and lower risk.
This is illustrated with several common scenarios.
Available with Cover CLI
Cover Reports is available for customers using the Diffblue Cover CLI. Please contact your account manager to ask for access to Cover Reports.
If you are not yet using the Cover CLI, you can start a free trial.
- Cover CLI (you can start a free trial, and also see the Getting Started information).
- Surefire (minimum version 2.22.2)
For complex projects with around 20 connections, we suggest using 16 GB of RAM and 4 cores. Less complex projects with fewer connections will mean a lower minimum requirement. For advice, please contact Diffblue Support.
Installation is easy and can be done in just a few steps as described here.
Adding projects to Cover Reports
Adding a project is done by using the Cover CLI as described here.
Having added a project, it can be viewed using a web browser and traversed using the navigation menu.
We support the most recent versions of: