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How To Find Total Code Coverage in Eclipse %

How To Find Total Code Coverage in Eclipse %

IspitaIspita

Hi,

Have yopu checked out your project in ecllipse?

If yes then you need to go to the "Project explores" window, expand the project tree available there, expand your particular project , it will show different folders for :-

  • triggers
  • apex classes
  • visual force pages
  • Lets say you want to check the code coverage of a trigger "A", expand the trigger folder ,click on the "trigger A" right-click  , from the menu brought up select force.com , here you will find the option of run test.

Hope this helps.

NikuNiku

Hello 

 I think you can not calculate all the code coverage in Eclipse. With the help of eclipse you can check the test code coverage by each class. There is no any concepts called run all test method.

 

some time it gives diffrent result in Browser and in Eclipse. 

 

dotnet developedotnet develope

Hi

 

My concern is total code coverage in eclipse not individual classes.