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  1. Ensure that Jtest is properly configured, including DTP, scope and authorship settings. See Connecting to DTP 1Sending Results and Publishing Source Code to DTPConfiguration 1.
  2. Configure the following settings in the file in order to properly merge coverage data:
    report.coverage.images -  Specifies a set of tags that are used to create coverage images in DTP. A coverage image is a unique identifier for aggregating coverage data from runs with the same build ID. DTP supports up to three coverage images per report.
    session.tag - Specifies a unique identifier for the test run and is used to distinguish different runs on the same build. - Specifies a build identifier used to label results. It may be unique for each build, but it may also label several test sessions executed during a specified build.
  3. Run the Copy the runtime coverage and static coverage files to the same machine and run jtestcli with the following switches:

    • -runtimeCoverage: Specifies the path to runtime coverage that you download with CAM (see Coverage Agent Manager (CAM) section of the DTP documentation for details). You can provide a path to an individual .data file with coverage information from one testing session, or a path to a folder that contains many .data files from multiple testing sessions.
    • -staticCoverage: Specifies the path to the static coverage file (see Generating the Static Coverage File).
    • -config: Specifies the URL of the Calculate Application Coverage test configuration
    using the following arguments:
    • that must be run to merge the coverage data.
    • -publish: Sends the merged coverage to DTP.
    Code Block
    jtestcli -staticcoverage [path to static_coverage.xml file] -runtimecoverage [path/dir] -config "builtin://Calculate Application Coverage" -publish

    This ensures that Jtest has access to the runtime coverage data generated during test execution, as well as the static coverage data, which is required to fill the coverage.xml file with runtime coverage data.