Manually Configuring Reporting Coverage
If you run .NET tests using NUnit, MSpec or .NET Process Runner runners or run NUnit tests via supported tasks of MSBuild or NAnt runners, you can turn on coverage collection in the TeamCity web UI for the specific runner.
For other cases, when the .NET code coverage is collected by the build script and needs to be reported inside TeamCity (for example, Rake, or if you run NUnit tests via a test launcher other than TeamCity NUnit Test Launcher), there is a way to let TeamCity know about the coverage data.
Make sure the build script actually collects the code coverage according to the coverage engine documentation.
Report the collected data to TeamCity via Build Script Interaction with TeamCity.
First, the build script needs to let TeamCity know details on the coverage engine with the "dotNetCoverage" message.
Then, the build script can issue one or several "importData" messages to import the actual code coverage data files collected.
As a result, TeamCity will display coverage statistics and an HTML report for the coverage.
On this page:
Configuring Code Coverage Engine
Use the following service message template:
key is one of the following:
For dotCover (optional):
The full path to the dotCover home folder to override the bundled dotCover.
For NCover 3.x:
Full path to NCover installation folder.
The path to the NCover3 installation directory
Arguments for the NCover report generator.
For NCover 1.x:
Path to NCoverExplorer.
Path to NCoverExplorer
Additional arguments for NCover 1.x.
Write xslt transformation rules one per line (use
Importing Coverage Data Files
To pass an XML report generated by a coverage tool to TeamCity, in your build script use the following service message:
tool_name can be dotcover, partcover, ncover or ncover3.