Posted: 29 Jan 2018 10:37 EST Last activity: 30 Jan 2018 9:53 EST
[Video]: Support Guide: Tracing Offline Mobile Applications
In this Global Customer Support (GCS) video created by @Rett_Hean_GCS, you will learn how to trace offline mobile applications. These techniques are useful when debugging your mobile applications and diagnosing sync related issues.
Support Guide: Tracing Offline Mobile Applications
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This is a good question. No it will not. But you might catch yourself with approach 1 anyways, since the list of available requestors to remotely trace would be missing the requestor you are looking for. Also, those familiar with SMA would also inherently be aware of what node they chose once they found the requestor of interest.
But approach 2 is where one could easily make this mistake. So in a multi-node environment, in order for approach 2 to work, you will want to temporarily bring down nodes so you can be certain which node will be hit. In some cases, this might not be feasible, but in many cases it can be, especially for testing.
This is all with the understanding that the tracer utility cannot cross node trace. I am not aware of any enhancements which have added that capability, but I'd be happy if someone surprised and corrected me :)