Thanks a lot .. so i did a graceful terminate of the JVM and got to see
the code coverage..
On Tuesday, 13 March 2018 16:01:52 UTC+5:30, Evgeny Mandrikov wrote:
> JaCoCo creates an empty file at startup to ensure that location is
> And all the information is written at the JMV shutdown using
> So please make sure that you gracefully terminate JVM.
> On Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 7:32:26 AM UTC+1, Harish Gautham wrote:
>> Am trying to get jacoco code coverage for application running on
>> jetty server[Docker Image]
>> We have docker container for our application and we pull the image of
>> that application [running using jetty server] ..
>> Am trying to get the code coverage configured for our application..
>> however i see the jacoco.exec getting generated with no data in it...
>> this is how i start the jetty server with the jacocoagent mentioned in
>> the start command....
>> /usr/bin/java -server -Xmx256m
>> -Dipsao.core.ojdl.logging.config.file=log/harve-logging.config -classpath
>> ipsao.dc.jetty.DCJetty -daemon
>> i notice that a empty jacoco.exec is getting generated and i do not see
>> any coverage on stoping the server after running some tests...
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