Is it really possible to use the dev console & checkpoints to effectively debug code via unit tests? It seems like it should be possible, but I've never gotten it to really work for me.
Here's my biggest problem: I have a class & a test class. The test class contains several test methods, all of which test basically the same code in the main class. Each tests a different scenario. Pretty common.
I set a checkpoint, on a line of code that should be run (at least once) as part of every test method. Then I run the test class.
Result: I get one and only one checkpoint result. IT does not indicate anywhere (AFAIK) which test method produced it.
Expected result (or desired result if this is gonna be workable at all): one checkpoint result per test method (or per execution of that line per test method), clearly indicating which test method produced it.
Is there any way to get to there from here?
(FWIW, there have been several other questions about this, but none that I've seen has addressed this.)