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Why are statements with "<uncorrelated>" scripted by the Java Recorder?

Why are statements with "<uncorrelated>" scripted by the Java Recorder?

The recorded "<uncorrelated>" statements are non-compliable expressions generated by the recorder to focus attention to a problem that must not be overlooked. The "<uncorrelated>" statement usually means that the hook configuration files are not working well with the application which is being recorded. Either another Java application/API selection in the application profile must be made or the hook configuration files must be adapted.

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