Applies to AQtime 8.71, last modified on December 5, 2018
The Coverage profiler includes a number of settings that affect the result display. You can find them on the ProfilerProfilerProfiler toolbar that is displayed at the top of the Report panel that is displayed at the top of the Report panel. If the toolbar is hidden, right-click somewhere in the toolbar area and select Profiler from the subsequent popup list.
The items of the Profiler toolbar work with profiling results. When you click an item, AQtime refreshes data in its panels. For information on the profiler settings that work during profiling and specify what data the profiler collects, see Coverage Profiler Options.
The Coverage profiler adds the following items to the Profiler toolbar:
Mark partially executed lines as
Specifies how AQtime counts partially executed lines when it calculates the number of covered and uncovered lines and how AQtime marks them (with a red, green or yellow dot) in the Lines pane of the Details panel and in the Editor. This option can have one of the three values:
AQtime marks partially executed lines with yellow dots and counts them as non-executed when calculating the Lines Covered, Lines Uncovered and % Covered values.
AQtime marks partially executed lines with green dots and counts them as executed when calculating the Lines Covered, Lines Uncovered and % Covered values.
If it is enabled, the Routine Name column of the Report panel for the Coverage profiler displays the name of the given routine along with the name of the class to which the routine belongs. Otherwise, this column displays only the routine name.
File names with path
If this option is enabled, the Source File and Module Name columns of the Report panel for the Coverage profiler contain the entire path to the given file. Else, these columns contain only the file name.
The value of this option is ignored when you export test results via the ExportCurrentResults or Start method of the IntegrationManager object used to automate AQtime via COM.
The exported results always show the fully-qualified paths to the source and module files.