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velo
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Stored Report

Post by velo » 2009-06-21 11:58 pm

Hi,

I'm using JScoverage on proxy server mode. Then, at end I store my reports, but, when I click on each file result, I can't see the sources view with the coverage result per file. How can I achieve that?


VELO

Ed
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Re: Stored Report

Post by Ed » 2009-06-23 8:05 am

Can you provide more details? What happens when you click on each file? Is there an error in your browser's error console?

velo
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Re: Stored Report

Post by velo » 2009-06-23 11:01 am

I uploaded my report to rapidshare...

http://www.easy-share.com/1906069720/site.zip

When I click on links nothing happens

velo
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Re: Stored Report

Post by velo » 2009-06-23 11:36 am

I debug a bit jscoverage.js...

on function jscoverage_makeTable, it does _$jscoverage[jscoverage_currentFile]....

The all objects inside this array doesn't have source. Does that give you any clue?


VELO

Ed
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Re: Stored Report

Post by Ed » 2009-06-23 4:28 pm

It looks like something went wrong when the report was stored. Were there any errors printed by jscoverage-server (likely printed to stderr) when the report was stored?

velo
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Re: Stored Report

Post by velo » 2009-06-23 4:48 pm

Hi Ed,

So no errors on console!

I saw that jscoverage_serializeCoverageToJSON() doesn't include the sources.... I guess that is why jscoverage.json doesn't include the sources.... I thought jscoverage will load they from the .js files again.


VELO

Ed
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Re: Stored Report

Post by Ed » 2009-06-23 5:26 pm

velo wrote:I saw that jscoverage_serializeCoverageToJSON() doesn't include the sources.... I guess that is why jscoverage.json doesn't include the sources....
The jscoverage-server proxy server is supposed to retrieve the sources directly from the origin server and store them in the jscoverage.json report. The jscoverage_serializeCoverageToJSON function does not include the sources because the proxy server can retrieve the sources directly from the origin server.

Looking at your jscoverage.json file, it doesn't look like a standard proxy report - in a proxy report, the names of all the scripts are usually absolute URLs (i.e., starting with http://). Can you describe the steps you used to generate this report?

velo
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Re: Stored Report

Post by velo » 2009-06-23 6:01 pm

I do generate it manually, because I'm running using instrumented JS, not the server, so I just do jscoverage_serializeCoverageToJSON() , then I store the result to jscoverage.json

I had to make a small java API to covert the JSON from jscoverage_serializeCoverageToJSON() to be the same as it is on jscoverage.json from server... but still on server there is no sources...

This is the original report generated by server:
http://www.easy-share.com/1906073451/js ... report.zip


VELO

velo
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Re: Stored Report

Post by velo » 2009-06-23 6:13 pm

FWIW, I had to build my ow jscoverage exes...
Due to this problem:
http://siliconforks.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=141


VELO

Ed
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Re: Stored Report

Post by Ed » 2009-06-24 12:57 am

velo wrote:I do generate it manually, because I'm running using instrumented JS, not the server, so I just do jscoverage_serializeCoverageToJSON() , then I store the result to jscoverage.json

I had to make a small java API to covert the JSON from jscoverage_serializeCoverageToJSON() to be the same as it is on jscoverage.json from server... but still on server there is no sources...
I'm still a bit confused about how you're executing jscoverage-server (or is it just jscoverage?)

Is the source code for this java API, etc., available? E.g., is it in the subversion repository listed here: http://nexus.sonatype.org/dev/repository.html?

velo
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Re: Stored Report

Post by velo » 2009-06-24 3:16 am

I'm using jscoverage to emulate jscoverage-server report....

But I couldn't figure out how jscoverage-server retrieves the sources on reports.


The sources are in 2 pieces...
One to convert the JS json into server JSON
http://svn.sonatype.org/spice/trunk/jsc ... component/

The other is the maven plugin that instruments and generate the report it self
http://svn.sonatype.org/plugins/trunk/j ... en-plugin/


VELO

velo
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Re: Stored Report

Post by velo » 2009-06-25 1:02 pm

No hope for me on getting sources report?


VELO

Ed
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Re: Stored Report

Post by Ed » 2009-06-25 2:01 pm

Sorry, I was busy all day yesterday, I haven't had a chance to look at it yet. I'll try to take a look some time today.

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Re: Stored Report

Post by Ed » 2009-06-26 12:09 am

I think I understand your workflow now - just let me ask if this is correct:
  1. Your test suite calls the method org.sonatype.nexus.mock.SeleniumTest.getCoverage(). (There is a Selenium RC server running by this time.)
  2. This method sends the "getEval" command to the Selenium server, asking it to evaluate the function jscoverage_serializeCoverageToJSON().
  3. The result of the eval is returned (a JSON object).
  4. The JsonReportHandler (the spice plexus component) converts that JSON object to the format normally stored to disk in JSCoverage reports, and then persists it to a file. (The intent here is to create a stored report that can be viewed in a web browser in the usual way, i.e., using jscoverage.html. But the problem is the JavaScript source code is missing.)
Is that what's going on?

velo
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Re: Stored Report

Post by velo » 2009-06-29 2:14 pm

Exactly....

I try to mimic what jscoverage server does....

BTW, I just found a fix for my problem this morning. I changed the method jscoverage_body_load():

Code: Select all

function jscoverage_body_load() {
  var progressBar = document.getElementById('progressBar');
  ProgressBar.init(progressBar);

  function reportError(e) {
    jscoverage_endLengthyOperation();
    var summaryThrobber = document.getElementById('summaryThrobber');
    summaryThrobber.style.visibility = 'hidden';
    var div = document.getElementById('summaryErrorDiv');
    div.innerHTML = 'Error: ' + e;
  }
  
  //start - my change
  var currentCoverage = _$jscoverage;
  //end - my change


  if (jscoverage_isReport) {
    jscoverage_beginLengthyOperation();
    var summaryThrobber = document.getElementById('summaryThrobber');
    summaryThrobber.style.visibility = 'visible';
    var request = jscoverage_createRequest();
    try {
      request.open('GET', 'jscoverage.json', true);
      request.onreadystatechange = function (event) {
        if (request.readyState === 4) {
          try {
            if (request.status !== 0 && request.status !== 200) {
              throw request.status;
            }
            var response = request.responseText;
            if (response === '') {
              throw 404;
            }
            var json = eval('(' + response + ')');
            var file;
            for (file in json) {
              var fileCoverage = json[file];
  //start - my change
                var originalSource = currentCoverage[file].source;
              
              _$jscoverage[file] = fileCoverage.coverage;
              if(originalSource) {
              	_$jscoverage[file].source = originalSource;
              } else {
              	_$jscoverage[file].source = fileCoverage.source;
              }
  //end - my change
            }
            jscoverage_recalculateSummaryTab();
            summaryThrobber.style.visibility = 'hidden';
          }
          catch (e) {
            reportError(e);
          }
        }
      };
      request.send(null);
    }
    catch (e) {
      reportError(e);
    }

    jscoverage_removeTab('browser');
    jscoverage_removeTab('store');
  }
  else {
    if (jscoverage_isInvertedMode) {
      jscoverage_removeTab('browser');
    }

    if (! jscoverage_isServer) {
      jscoverage_removeTab('store');
    }
  }

  jscoverage_initTabControl();

  jscoverage_initTabContents(location.search);
}
I don't know why I had to store _$jscoverage into currentCoverage, but if I didn't do that _$jscoverage[file].source was always empty.

That way my report needs to load all my .js files, but did the trick.


VELO

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