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From Simran Singh Gleason <Simran.Glea...@Sun.COM>
Subject Re: MonitorFilter
Date Wed, 07 May 2003 00:36:29 GMT
This is a netbeans / SunOne Studio issue. The monitor filter is a filter that
takes data on the requests being sent to the server. You can look at this 
data from the Http monitor tool in the SunOne Studio. 

In netbeans 3.4.1, if the monitor is not installed globally  (e.g. if
you got the JSP support from the update center and installed it locally when 
upgrading), then the monitor doesn't get installed properly. 

Here's a bug report pertaining to this issue:

The solution involves placing the proper jars
into tomcat's lib directories:
monitor-valve.jar -> server/lib
httpmonitor.jar   -> lib

Or, if you are running tomcat standalone outside netbeans, you can 
remove the filter declaration from tomcat's conf/web.xml file. 


> Hi, all,
> I'm new to this, so I'm not sure if this is a Sun One issue, a taglibs
> issue, or a Tomcat issue.
> I have a simple .jsp file using the core and sql taglibs. Even if I try to
> execute it without any reference to the taglibs, I get an error with this at
> the root:
> 2003-04-27 18:29:19 StandardContext[]: Exception starting filter
> HTTPMonitorFilter
> java.lang.ClassNotFoundException:
> org.netbeans.modules.web.monitor.server.MonitorFilter
> MonitorFilter is nowhere to be found on my machine. Is this a class that
> should have been installed with SunOne, Tomcat, or the taglibs?
> Thanks
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