I am testing a program I have written using Code Coverage. The results it
gives are very good in terms of feedback of what I have tested and the
percentage of each subprocedure tested, etc. However, I notice that when I
test using Code Coverage, the testing session is SLOW. I am testing a
green screen application, and the response time is very long. I checked
WRKACTJOB, and see that there is one QB5SERVER job that is racking up CPU
with my userid assigned to it.

Does anyone else experience this? Is there a setting somewhere that needs
to be changed to speed up the session? This is running on a DEV box with a
very small workload.

Also, does anyone know if there is a way to have the Code Coverage results
be displayed dynamically so I can get as high a "Covered Code" as possible
in one session? Just curious.

I am running version Version: 9.6.0.9 20201112_1147

Doug



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