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Get test coverage from multiple testing sessions

Suggest edit Updated on May 3, 2021
You can now generate a single consolidated test coverage report from multiple testing sessions. This report shows the cumulative coverage of your application from different testing activities, which is especially useful when your team is performing a test on a particular application and each tester is assigned a different area to test. You can also use a single report to get aggregate coverage from running all the automated and manual test cases in a release pipeline.
 
You can also generate the test coverage report for an application release pipeline by using REST APIs that start and stop test coverage. You can find these APIs by clicking Pega API > DevOps in Pega Platform™. In addition, Deployment Manager provides built-in support for generating a test coverage report for an automated release pipeline.
 
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Results of application-level test coverage report

For more information, see Test Coverage landing page.

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