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sivaextsivaext 

code coverage - developer console -lines not covered

Hi, 

 

I written test class and coverage is 91%, i am trying to see while lines are not covered but not able to see developer console. 

 

is it salesforce bug or  i missed something

 

Thanks ,

siva.

Pankaj_Kumar_PandeyPankaj_Kumar_Pandey
Yes, Its a bug. we are having the same issue.
RockzRockz

Hi...

It is not a salesforce bug..

Go to Setup-->Develop-->Apex test Excution-->

Run your test class  and then click on Developer Console Button -->in Overall code coverage section double click on ur class name and select code coverage this option there in under class name(Code Coverage:Example_Tc)...

 

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Thanks,
Cool Sfdc

 

Satyendra RawatSatyendra Rawat

test Coverage show the overall test coverage including( trigger and related class)

Abhi_TripathiAbhi_Tripathi

Hi,

 

Sometimes it happens , you can check out your code coverage as well the lines covered in eclipse also, no need to worry about

 

Go to your test class in eclipse , right click --> run test , after running you'll get the all lines covered or not in below tabs of eclipse

PrashanthNeoPrashanthNeo

Hi All,

Ran into this same issue and found the solution here (http://salesforce.stackexchange.com/questions/24082/code-coverage-on-dev-console) 

Goto setup -> Develop -> Apex Test Execution and click the Options button.

Make sure "Store Only Aggregated Code Coverage" is UNCHECKED

That will fix the Issue.

Thanks,
Prashanth