we’ve started uploading our sourcemaps to Sentry so we could see full stacktrace. We’re using the Sentry Webpack plugin, running Sentry 9.1.2 and the sourcemaps are created with
hidden-source-map preset and deleted at the end of the build process (however, when I download them from Sentry, they seem to be correct). During the build process, the webpack module successfully recognizes the sourcemaps:
Source Map Upload Report Minified Scripts /re/js/script1.js (sourcemap at script1.js.map) /re/js/script2.js (sourcemap at script2.js.map) Source Maps /re/js/script1.js.map /re/js/script2.js.map
Those JS files are served at https://website.com/re/js/script1.js etc., so their path in Sentry is the same as their path on the web.
But still, we only see the stacktrace with minified code, which is pretty useless. Are we the only one with this issue?