The source code you have is different from the source code bundled with the deployed artifact. Either you modified the code locally, or you don’t have the same version. You don’t get this error if the deployed artifact is not bundled with the source code.
Under which conditions does the action of setting tracepoint fail?
In order to set a tracepoint, you need to import your source code, instrument your application, select an application to debug, and make sure that the selected application is up and running.
If setting tracepoint still fails this might mean that you imported the wrong source code or selected the wrong application.
My tracepoint disappeared but I didn't remove it. What might be the reason?
Tracepoints automatically expire after 30 minutes or 50 snapshots by default. In order to change this setting, please edit the respective tracepoint.
I want Thundra Sidekick to generate a tracepoint event only when a specific condition occurs. How can I do this?
You can achieve this by defining a condition for your tracepoint. You can write a logical statement in your programming language in order to make a comparison.
Which programming languages are supported by Thundra Sidekick?
Thundra Sidekick lets developers debug applications written in Java, Kotlin, and Scala, Python.
Can I import the code from my local?
Unfortunately not for now. We only support importing source code from source code management tools GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket (coming soon).
Can I add more than one repository to Thundra Sidekick?
You can only add one repository to Thundra Sidekick for now. We'll be allowing adding multiple repositories soon.