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Interpreting Test Coverage Reports

Use a Test Coverage report to determine which objects have tests and which do not. Objects without a test represent a potential gap in the test coverage.

This is an example of a test coverage report in PIA format:

Image: Example of a Test Coverage Report

This example illustrates a test coverage report in PIA format.

Example of a Test Coverage report

The following columns are on a Test Coverage report (test data may be positioned differently depending on the report format):

Column Name

Description

Test Name

The test that is impacted by a change.

Object

The type of definition that was in the change project.

Object Name

The primary key of the object.

Object Detail

The additional keys (as applicable) required to uniquely identify the object.

Test Metadata

If the object is referenced in a PTF test, this value will be Active or Inactive, reflecting whether within the test, the referenced step is active or inactive.

If the object is not referenced in a PTF test, this value will be No Data. This scenario can occur when the Include Usage Monitor Data checkbox is selected and the value in the Usage Monitor Data column is Yes.

Usage Monitor Data

When the Include Usage Monitor Data checkbox is selected this value will be Yes or No. When the Include Usage Monitor Data checkbox is deselected the value will be set to No Data.