Thanks for the reply Mr. Reynolds. I saw this before but I thought there's another way and I missed it.
I have another question, is there a way to implement the coverage for arquillian (except jacoco) for the local testing. I'm using maven, JBoss 7.1.0.Final and arquillian can I use somethig to show me in the cmd console the coverage of my tests.
Sorry if it's a dumb question but I'm newbie
Not a dumb question at all
Let's take this as two steps -
1. You're able to get a jacoco.exec file generated by the Arquillian-Jacoco extension. If this part works for you, then you need something to read the contents of the jacoco.exec file and present a report.
2. You could use Sonar, but since you do not want to use it, you could rely on the jacoco:report goal of the Jacoco Maven plugin since Jenkins will not parse the file yet. To see the details for the goal, run:
mvn help:describe -Dplugin=org.jacoco:jacoco-maven-plugin -Ddetail
You'll find the details of the parameters to this goal, so that you could configure it in your Maven build to run after you've generated the jacoco.exec file.
Thanks for the help, now I start work on it. Have a nice weekend.