On 6/9/2014 6:02 AM, Aaron Price wrote:
I have once again tested this, but with no luck :(

Using the following procedure,
Right click on my program object > Code Coverage (prompt) > Batch
Leave all tabs at default except for:

Teardown code is as follows:

In the teardown code above the close mode of GetClientRate (which is the
API that I am running code coverage for) switches LR *on and returns
(which I suspect may be the cause of the issue ?!?)

Running the coverage gives me exactly the same results: No Main
procedure coverage at all (identified by buck as an issue with programs
with prototyped entry parameters) and coverage which only covers one of
the test cases.

Spooled output from the run shows that all test cases have run:

*** Tests from TSB.GETCLR ***
Success. 45 test cases, 131 assertions, 0 failure, 0 error.

Running the same RUCALLTST command with a breakpoint on one of the lines
which the coverage report shows in RED (Not Run), breaks during three of
the test cases, proving that this line is covered by multiple test

Try as I might, I cannot get my RDi to produce the same behaviour. I
wrote a simple RPG program that takes one parameter. If 'open' it does
a RETURN, if 'close' it sets on LR. Created a test, put the 'close' in
the teardown and fired it off. Append to previous shows each and every
test being called, not just the last one.

I suggest opening a PMR. I Bet the developers would love to understand
this behaviour and fix it. I'm going to be off the grid for a week, so
I can't do any more testing until I get back.

Thanks for your patience and participation!

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