Entries in class code coverage panel are missing in overall code coverage panel
Last updated 2015-06-12 ·Reference W-1889546 ·Reported By 128 users
With the Winter '14 release, certain code scenarios are producing 0% code coverage for certain classes. The corresponding rows for effected classes in the ApexCodeCoverage table are not present.
If you are effected by this issue, please review the scenarios listed below to confirm that symptoms and behaviors are correct. If your symptoms and behaviors are different, please log a case with Salesforce support with a detailed description of your issue.
Scenario 1: A test method that invokes a batch Apex class. The test and batch methods execute successfully. The class has zero % code coverage in the Apex class detail page and the Overall Code Coverage panel in the Developer console.
Scenario 2: Run All Tests. While all tests are executed, the code coverage result is not stored in the ApexCodeCoverage table, the class is not listed in the Overall Code COverage panel in the Developer Console, and the class' detail page shows zero percent (0%).
Scenario 1 Work Around: Edit and Save the test class or Compile all classes from the Apex class list page.
Scenario 2 Work Around: None.
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