I've got a line of code that I can't cover in my tests:

enter image description here Any idea of how I can cover this?

Apex Class:

public class wrapperclass_1 {
public list<wrapperclass> wrapperlist{set;get;}
public list<wrapperclass> wrapperlist1{set;get;}
public list<Account> acclist{set;get;}
public list<account> selectedacc{set;get;}
public list<contact> conlist{set;get;}
public list<contact> selectedcon{set;get;}
public wrapperclass_1()
wrapperlist=new list<wrapperclass>();
wrapperlist1=new list<wrapperclass>();
acclist=[select id,name,rating,annualrevenue from account limit 5];
conlist=[select id,name,email,phone from contact limit 5];
for(account a:acclist)
wrapperclass w=new wrapperclass();
for(contact c:conlist)
wrapperclass w1=new wrapperclass();
public void selectedrec()
selectedacc=new list<account>();
for(wrapperclass wc:wrapperlist)
public class wrapperclass{
public boolean cbox{set;get;}
public account acc{set;get;}
public contact con{set;get;}
public wrapperclass()
acc=new account();

VF Page:

<apex:page controller="wrapperclass_1">
<apex:form >
<apex:pageBlock >
<apex:pageBlockTable value="{!wrapperlist}" var="w">
<apex:column >
<apex:inputCheckbox value="{!w.cbox}"/>
<apex:column value="{!w.acc.name}"/>
<apex:column value="{!w.acc.rating}"/>
<apex:column value="{!w.acc.annualrevenue}"/>
<apex:commandButton value="Selected Record" action="{!selectedrec}"/>
<apex:pageBlock >
<apex:pageBlockTable value="{!selectedacc}" var="a">
<apex:column value="{!a.name}"/>
<apex:column value="{!a.rating}"/>
<apex:column value="{!a.annualrevenue}"/>


public class wrapperclass_1_Tc{
//public boolean cbox{set;get;}
static testmethod void wrapperclass_1_Tc()
account a=new account(name='xxx',rating='xxx',annualrevenue=888);
insert a;
wrapperclass_1 w1=new wrapperclass_1();


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    can you be specific on what's your issue and give more details on your question, also you are missing the image. – Vamsi Krishna Jun 1 '15 at 2:05

Looking at the wrapperclass_1 code you included in the question, that line requires at least one item in the wrapperlist to have a true cbox value. So one of your test methods will need to look something like this:

static testmethod void cbox() {
    insert new account(name='xxx', rating='xxx', annualrevenue=888);
    wrapperclass_1 w1 = new wrapperclass_1();
    for (wrapperclass wc : w1.wrapperlist) {
        wc.cbox = true;
    System.assertEquals(w1.wrapperlist.size(), w1.selectedacc.size());

Don't get too hung up on code coverage: tests that cover 90% of the code but assert all the required behaviour are better than tests that cover 100% of the code but don't assert all the required behaviour. Focus on checking that the code works in your tests and the coverage will happen as a side effect.

But before adding more tests, I suggest you should first improve the names you are using in your code. Generally it is better to use names from the problem domain.

Also @istest(seealldata=true) is best avoided and is not needed in your tests.

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