Hi, I want to check Code Coverage while testing my re-engineered CICS application. Unfortunately a tool such as...
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Xpediter Coverage is not available. Only tool available is Xpediter/CICS. Any ideas on how I can still acheive my objective?
If you are looking for a test case coverage tool here is the "At a glance" description of the IBM Application Testing Collection: IBM Application Testing Collection for MVS/ESA & OS/390 (ATC) is a set of productivity tools targeted to help you meet your application development and maintenance testing challenges. ATC provides: Scalable and efficient reporting of test case "code coverage" answering the question, "Did I test all parts of the program that were modified?" Automated creation and management of test data Generation and maintenance of a virtual test data environment allowing testing of, for example, DB/2 and IMS applications without the subsystems present Significant time and resource savings realized by reduced CPU utilization Seamless generation of a documented softcopy trail of testing activity for management auditing and proof of testing "due diligence" For more details about this product visit http://www.ibm.com/servers/eserver/zseries/software/atc
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