How to export Report Coverage JUnit Test

After run code, unit test and integration test. Sure you want to view JUnit test report. So, I use ANT (build tool, use xml file to build files), it has integrated on eclipse and Netbean. On eclipse have step below:

Step 1: Export

Step 2: Ant build files

Step 3: Choose project and Finish

Step 4: After step 3, software generate build.xml, you can custom it.

Step 5: Run JUnit test to generate list file view report below.


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