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    Code Coverage with Silk

    Has anyone tried Code Coverage with Silk successfully.

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    Re: Code Coverage with Silk

    You're asking about test case driven code-coverage analysis of an AUT, right?

    Over the years we've tried several, some developed inhouse, others commercial products.

    All were difficult to configure and prone to failure. Most have some tendency to modify characteristics of the AUT which is probably unavoidable. Most needed to be applied to one module at a time rather than globally. None have justified their cost in terms of exposing areas with insufficient coverage. The last one, for 2 weeks total effort added one minor test case, exposed error-processing within the kernal that we obviously couldn't and wouldn't target, and two areas we specifically avoided for external reasons.

    Our Results? If you tackle an AUT with a black-box approach considering the most likely possibilities and combinations for each input you're very unlikely to miss anything important.

    John


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    Re: Code Coverage with Silk

    Yes I tried successfully

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    Re: Code Coverage with Silk

    Sandeep,

    Some time ago, I did use ... ummm ... I think it was called JProbe to check code coverage of a particular Java application. I recall that there were issues getting the automated routines to call up the app and JProbe in the correct order, but in the end it did work beautifully and gave us the numbers we needed on automated code coverage.

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