After you have generated test scripts automatically in Rational TestFactory, you can review the test coverage
information for each test script. For information about using a Pilot to generate test scripts, see Tool Mentor: Generating Test Scripts Automatically.
This tool mentor is applicable when running Windows 98/2000/NT 4.0.
To use Rational TestFactory to evaluate test coverage:
When a test script is the selected object in the left pane of the Rational TestFactory main window, the Coverage
tab in the right pane contains the test coverage information for the script.
Rational TestFactory calculates the UI-based test coverage value as the percent of unique controls in the application
(or applet) that the test script touches, relative to the number of controls to which the Pilot has access.
Rational TestFactory calculates the code-based test coverage value as the percent of the source code that a test script
touches, relative to all the source code in the application-under-test. If you have access to the source files
of the AUT, you can use the Coverage Browser in TestFactory to review the code in a source file and examine which lines
of code the test script touches.
Refer to the following
topics in Rational TestFactory online Help:
Scripts: What they are and how they work
Review coverage results for a script
Code coverage for scripts in a Java application or applet