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Coverage Analyzer

HAI,

WHAT IS MEANT BY Coverage Analyzer ?

WHAT IS THE USE ?

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ASHOK KUMAR

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2007 at 09:27 AM

    Hi

    It is a tool which is used for Analysis

    see the link

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/c7/af9a79061a11d4b3d4080009b43351/content.htm>

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2007 at 09:32 AM

    Hi,

    The Coverage Analyzer is a tool for entering the number of calls for processing blocks and executable programs separately according to periods, users and functional areas. The processing blocks and executable programs together with their keywords are shown in the following table:

    The Coverage Analyzer is, therefore, a function for monitoring the system-wide execution of ABAP programs. It also

    enables the success of test activities to be assessed for quality checks,

    provides an overview of the use of programs for development purposes.

    Features

    The Coverage Analyzer comprises tools for carrying out a range of administration settings, and the monitoring activity displays themselves. The displays are divided into detail and global views and can provide the following (summarized) information:

    Number of program executions

    Number of runtime errors

    Number of program resets

    The results can be formatted separately according to user groups such as CATT, VERI or HR. Each user group can contain any number of users under one test key.

    The Reset function is important with regard to program resets because it resets the summarized results of selected test groups. The results can be reset in the following ways:

    A reset can be carried out explicitly for one or several test groups. If no test groups have been specified, all counters of all processing blocks are set to 0.

    With program changes, the current counter readings of Curr.Exec. and Curr.Err. are automatically reset to 0, and the Reset counter is incremented. The Reset does not take effect until the program has been activated. The modified counters are displayed after the program has been generated.

    Rgds,

    Prajith

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