Apex Code Coverage

Apex Code Coverage indicates how many executable lines of code in your Apex Classes and Triggers have been exercised by unit tests. The Metazoa Snapshot Change and Release Management product has an Apex Code Coverage Report that allows a Salesforce developer or administrator to run the unit tests for any Org, and see Code Coverage on a line by line basis. The report can be shared with team members or archived for compliance documentation.

Apex Code Coverage Report

Apex Code Coverage Report for Salesforce Developers

The Salesforce Apex Code testing framework generates code coverage numbers for each Apex Class and Trigger. Code coverage indicates how many executable lines of code in your classes and triggers have been exercised by test methods. You must write test methods for your classes and triggers, and then run those tests to generate code coverage information. In addition to ensuring the quality of your code, unit tests enable you to meet the code coverage requirements for deploying or packaging Apex. To deploy Apex or package it for the Salesforce AppExchange, unit tests must cover at least 75% of your Apex code, and those tests must pass.

Our Metazoa Snapshot product has a report that runs selected Apex Tests for any Salesforce Org. You can see the number of lines covered, the number of lines that are not covered, and the percentage of coverage for each Apex Class. The Snapshot Apex Code Coverage report also shows each Apex Class or Trigger with line by line coverage information. This report is used by Salesforce Administrators and Developers to find Apex Classes that need additional coverage, and also to find unit tests that fail when they are executed. The report can be shared with team members or archived for compliance documentation. You can also set up the report to monitor a Salesforce Org and send out an email or Chatter notification if Apex Code Coverage falls below the desired level.

Snapshot also allows selected Apex Tests to be run before any deployment. This allows a Salesforce Administrator to select the tests that are most likely to succeed and provide enough coverage for the deployment to succeed. This capability can also be used to guarantee a certain level of Apex Code Coverage for Sandbox deployments, or deployments to a User Acceptance Testing Org. The short movie below shows how the Snapshot Apex Code Coverage report works, and also shows the Code Coverage options in the metadata deployment interface.

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