Eclipse java debugging: source not found
If you are trying to debug a Java application in Eclipse and you see the error "Source not found", it means that the source code for the class you are trying to debug is not available in the current project or the project build path.
There are several possible reasons for this error:
The source code for the class is not in the current project. If the class is part of a library or another project, you need to add the project or the library to the build path of the current project to be able to debug it.
The source code for the class is in the current project, but it is not on the build path. To add the source code to the build path, right-click on the project in the Package Explorer, go to Properties > Java Build Path > Source, and add the source code folder.
The source code for the class is in the current project, but the class file and the source code file are out of sync. This can happen if you have modified the source code and forgot to rebuild the project. To fix this, rebuild the project and try debugging again.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any questions.