The AppMap tool window shows all AppMaps in your open projects. You can open it from the top level menu (
View -> Tools Windows -> AppMaps), with an AppMap action or by clicking on its tab in the UI.
AppMap tool window actions:
NOTE: This section only applies to Java applications.
Installing the AppMap JetBrains plugin adds custom buttons and menu options to the JetBrains editor interface. These can be used to run your Java application code with AppMap automatically configured, saving you from manually changing your Maven or Gradle settings. This is the recommended approach for all Java users using JetBrains editors like IntelliJ.
@Testannotation will produce an AppMap.
To disable recording for a particular JUnit test (for example, a performance
test), list the class or methods under
exclude in the project’s
appmap.yml configuration file.
When you run a Java application with the AppMap agent, remote recording will be enabled. (Note: For this to work, your application must include a web server).
You can make a remote recording from within the JetBrains IDE.
For more details about remote recording, see:
To open the list of AppMap plugin actions, press
CTRL+SHIFT+A on Windows and Linux, or
COMMAND+SHIFT+A on macOS, and type
AppMap. You can also find these actions at
Tools > AppMap of the main menu.
The command names should be self-explanatory.