Thank you for the clarification. The problem for me was the classes were not having unit tests with 'Test' suffix. Methods in them were being tested through other tests. So I guess unit tests need to be created for those classes.
I will come up with a proposal according to the given guidelines, soon.
Hi Nufail,Typically the unit tests will have the same name as the class they're testing with the "-Test" suffix appended at the end. By searching the whole source tree (i.e. find . -name "NameOfClassTest.java" or find . -name "*Test.java" to be more generic) you should be able to find all the unit tests.Also, if there's no unit test, one should be created per class where each method is tested. Sure, currently some methods are already being tested through other tests that make use of more than one class but ideally, each *unit* test should focus only on the class it is testing.Finally, here's a heads-up to all the students who would like to apply to this project: the application deadline is on April 6th, meaning you should get your project proposals submitted before then.Be sure to submit an abstract, a description of the tests you're willing to take on and a schedule for the conclusion of the tests. It is also important to mention whether you have successfully set up the Derby environment and whether you managed to compile Derby. I would also appreciate if the applicants send me (off-list, directly to my e-mail address) the jars resulting from their compilation. To strengthen your application I also recommend serious applicants to come to our IRC channel (#derby @ irc.freenode.net) for an informal and quick interview.If you have developed for Derby before and/or created unit tests, please mention this in your application.Regards,TiagoOn Wed, Apr 4, 2012 at 8:42 AM, Mohamed Nufail <email@example.com> wrote:
After reading the details provided, I went through the wiki page on Derby testing . And also looked at the provided code coverage report. I thought it's better to look into the existing tests for classes with poor coverage in order to get a better understanding. But I found it difficult to locate the tests written for each class. Is there an easier way to do this?
Also I'd like to know how improving code coverage should be done. Are we required to write unit tests for methods that are not covered or come up with tests for the functionality of the whole class?
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