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Dee Dee AaronDee Dee Aaron 

Code Coverage Failure - Your code coverage is 0%.

Hi. I found this apex class online. It triggered successfully in my sandbox. When deploying to my production org, I tried validating and received an error: 
Code Coverage Failure: Your code coverage is 0%. 

This is the Apex Class:

public class DeleteUnacceptedQuotes 
{
@InvocableMethod    
public static void QuoteDelete(List<Id> OpportunityIds)    
{        
List<Quote> Quotes =[select id from quote                          
where Opportunity.id in :OpportunityIds                       
and Status != 'Accepted'];        
delete Quotes;   
}
}

Thank you for your help!
Best Answer chosen by Dee Dee Aaron
ANUTEJANUTEJ (Salesforce Developers) 
Hi Dee,

I was able to use the below code and I was able to achieve complete code coverage can your try checking this:
 
@isTest
public class DeleteUnacceptedQuotesT {
    private static testMethod void doTest() {
        list<id> olistid= new list<id>();
        
        Opportunity o= new Opportunity();
        o.Name='Test';
        o.StageName =  'Closed Won';
        o.CloseDate = system.today();
        insert o;
        olistid.add(o.id);
        
        Quote q= new Quote();
        q.name='TP';
        q.status='Denied';
        q.OpportunityId=o.id;
        insert q;
        
        Opportunity p= new Opportunity();
        p.Name='Test12';
        p.StageName =  'Closed Won';
        p.CloseDate = system.today();
        insert p;
        olistid.add(p.id);
                           
        Quote r= new Quote();
        r.name='TP';
        r.status='Denied';
        r.OpportunityId=p.id;
        insert r;
        
        DeleteUnacceptedQuotes.QuoteDelete(olistid);
        list<quote> ql= [select id from quote                          
                             where OpportunityId in :olistid                       
                             and Status != 'Accepted'];
        System.assertEquals(ql.size(), 0 , 'check the date inserted');
    }
    
}
For further understanding of trailhead module you can try checking the trailhead module https://trailhead.salesforce.com/en/content/learn/modules/apex_testing

Let me know if it helps you and close your query by marking it as solved so that it can help others in the future.  

Thanks.
 

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ANUTEJANUTEJ (Salesforce Developers) 
Hi Dee,

I was able to use the below code and I was able to achieve complete code coverage can your try checking this:
 
@isTest
public class DeleteUnacceptedQuotesT {
    private static testMethod void doTest() {
        list<id> olistid= new list<id>();
        
        Opportunity o= new Opportunity();
        o.Name='Test';
        o.StageName =  'Closed Won';
        o.CloseDate = system.today();
        insert o;
        olistid.add(o.id);
        
        Quote q= new Quote();
        q.name='TP';
        q.status='Denied';
        q.OpportunityId=o.id;
        insert q;
        
        Opportunity p= new Opportunity();
        p.Name='Test12';
        p.StageName =  'Closed Won';
        p.CloseDate = system.today();
        insert p;
        olistid.add(p.id);
                           
        Quote r= new Quote();
        r.name='TP';
        r.status='Denied';
        r.OpportunityId=p.id;
        insert r;
        
        DeleteUnacceptedQuotes.QuoteDelete(olistid);
        list<quote> ql= [select id from quote                          
                             where OpportunityId in :olistid                       
                             and Status != 'Accepted'];
        System.assertEquals(ql.size(), 0 , 'check the date inserted');
    }
    
}
For further understanding of trailhead module you can try checking the trailhead module https://trailhead.salesforce.com/en/content/learn/modules/apex_testing

Let me know if it helps you and close your query by marking it as solved so that it can help others in the future.  

Thanks.
 
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Dee Dee AaronDee Dee Aaron
Hi Anutej. Thank you for answering my question. I am marking as best answer-- even though I ended up using a process builder and a flow to accomplish this. I'm sharing here for other users that might be looking to do the same thing: https://trailblazers.salesforce.com/answers?id=9064S000000DKhwQAG