Creating Test Coverage Reports
By default, a test coverage report correlates PeopleTools project data with PTF test metadata to identify components, menus, pages, records and fields that are referenced in PTF Tests.
When used in conjunction with Usage Monitor, test coverage correlations can be extended to include information on all PeopleTools managed objects.
A test coverage report identifies which objects included in the change project are referenced by which PTF test. Any object included in the Change Project that is not referenced in the PTF test metadata will appear in this report identified as a coverage gap.
All the projects in the database are listed, sorted with most recent first. Click the column headings to change the sort order.
PTF generates a coverage report based on a change project. Select the project you want PTF to use to generate the report.
The wizard consists of two steps:
Step 1: Select a Project
Step 2: Generate Report
Step 1 of 2: Select a Project
Use the Create Test Coverage Report page (PSPTTSTCOVERAGESEL) to select the projects to include in the test coverage report.
Image: Create Test Coverage Report Wizard: Step 1 of 2
This example illustrates the fields and controls on the Create Test Coverage Report Wizard: Step 1 of 2. You can find definitions for the fields and controls later on this page.
Select a change project to be correlated with PTF metadata and click Next.
Step 2 of 2: Generate Report
This example shows step 2 of 2:
Image: Create Test Coverage Report Wizard: Step 2 of 2
This example illustrates the fields and controls on the Create Test Coverage Report Wizard: Step 2 of 2. You can find definitions for the fields and controls later on this page.
The following fields are on the Generate Impact Report page:
- Test Name
Select the tests to include in the report. You can select either all tests or a maximum of 10.
- Report Format
Select the report output format:
PIA - View the report in the application browser.
XML Publisher - Create an XML formatted text file.
- Report Scope
Choose whether the report is to be run against all tests in the application’s test library, or against a single test.
If you choose Single Test, a field appears where you can select an existing test from a drop down list box.
- Include Usage Monitor data in the test coverage report if available
Select to include Usage Monitor data in a test coverage report. You need to generate Usage Monitor data while creating your tests.