TeamCity supports JaCoCo, a Java Code Coverage tool allowing you to measure a wide set of coverage metrics and code complexity.
TeamCity 2019.1 offers three bundled versions of JaCoCo:
On this page:
Enabling JaCoco coverage
TeamCity supports the java agent coverage mode allowing you to collect coverage without modifying build scripts or binaries. No additional build steps needed - just choose JaCoCo coverage in a build step which runs tests:
In the Code Coverage section, select JaCoCo as a coverage tool in the Choose coverage runner drop-down.
Set up the coverage options - refer to the description of the available options below.
|Classfile directories or jars|
Newline-delimited set of path patterns in the form of
|Classes to instrument|
Newline-delimited set of classname patterns in the form of
The code coverage results can be viewed on the Overview tab of the Build Results page; detailed report is displayed on the dedicated Code Coverage tab.
Importing JaCoCo coverage data to TeamCity
TeamCity can parse JaCoCo coverage data and generate a report using a service message of the following format:
Space-delimited set of paths relative to the checkout directory to read the jacoco data file
Space-delimited set of classname include patterns
Space-delimited set of classname exclude patterns
Space-delimited set of paths relative to the checkout directory to read sources from. Does not need to be listed by default.
Space-delimited set of path patterns in the form of
Path to the directory to store temporary files. The report will be generated as coverage
A random directory under Agent's temp directory
An example of a complete service message: