Applying code coverage to a BizTalk orchestration
Code coverage (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Code_coverage) describes the degree to which a source code of a certain program has been tested. In the BizTalk context this means how much of the orchestration flow has been covered based on the tracked data. The code coverage is measured through a community tool called the Orchestration Profiler . This tool queries the BizTalk databases and creates CHM (compiled help) report files illustrating the level of coverage for specified BizTalk orchestrations. In this recipe, we will apply code coverage for an orchestration used in Chapter 7, Monitoring and Maintenance. You can also apply code coverage to orchestration(s) of your own choice.