I've personally worked on project teams where we've used EMMA, Atlassian's Clover, and IBM Rational's PureCoverage (currently part of the PurifyPlus suite of tools) to capture code coverage information.
|More important than the focus on tools, I'd recommend some articles on code coverage.|
More important than the focus on tools, I'd recommend some articles on code coverage that might help make sure you're focusing on the right aspects:
I would recommend trying a couple of different tools and see which you like best. Depending on your support requirements, you might want to evaluate some of the commercial options available. There are many of them out there, each with their own claim to fame.
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