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We are aware of this issue. It is due to the dynamic attachement our Java Tracer.
We are planning to provide an alternate one via static attachment to solve this issue. But be aware that it will requires you to add -javaagent:... when running your Java Application.
I'll note that http traffic originates with a Get/Post to a listener so it is easy to delimit a unit of work. What we've found with tracing spring batch on long running batch jobs where the agent does has time to initialize, the trace results are inconsistent with large gaps in actual traffic. My impression is the agent doesn't know where to begin a unit of work and what should be included and related. There were some assumptions build into spans that will need to be adjusted as well.