Error Message: Filter [InsiteSessionFilter]: could not be initialized
Error Code: 500
Target Servlet: StaticLoginServlet
java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com.geico.ibu.common.framework.config.AppConfig$LazyConfigHolder (initialization failure)
at com.geico.ibu.common.framework.config.AppConfig.getConfiguration (AppConfig.java:60)
at com.geico.ibu.service.insite.servlet.filter.AbstractFilter.initFilterBean (AbstractFilter.java:121)
at org.springframework.web.filter.GenericFilterBean.init (GenericFilterBean.java:180)
at com.tangosol.coherence.servlet.api23.FilterWrapper.init (FilterWrapper.java:97)
at com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.filter.FilterInstanceWrapper.init (FilterInstanceWrapper.java:142)
at com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.filter.WebAppFilterManager._loadFilter (WebAppFilterManager.java:465)
at com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.filter.WebAppFilterManager.loadFilter (WebAppFilterManager.java:379)
at com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.filter.WebAppFilterManager. getFilterInstanceWrapper(WebAppFilterManager.java:238)
at com.ibm.ws.webcontainer.filter.WebAppFilterManager. getFilterChain(WebAppFilterManager.java:296)”—I tried to access my auto insurance policy information at Geico.com. This is Geico’s response. Not exactly the information I wanted, honestly.
“If you punched your ballot for “uncommitted” in Michigan’s Jan. 15 Democratic presidential primary to back Barack Obama, your vote might have essentially gone to Hillary Clinton anyway.”—Michigan is becoming Clinton’s secret weapon
The apartment is a mess. Evidence: every time I take out a sweater or sweatshirt, I activate a Tickle-Me-Elmo that is buried somewhere nearby. Where is it? Why does it think I am tickling it? Why don’t I just find it and put it somewhere else?
Now that I’ve been toying with Twitter for a couple days, I’m starting to wonder — what goes on Twitter, and what on Tumblr? (Never mind the question of how Twitter should relate to my Facebook status messages.) Fortunately, I’m confident that absolutely no one is reading any of them, so it is purely an academic inquiry.
I had been wondering how Verizon was going to get the FiOS fiber-optic cables into old Manhattan apartment buildings like mine. Here’s a possible answer: “rats and ferrets have been taught to pull fibre in situations where normal technologies do not work.” Excellent! Put those rodents to work.
I used to work pretty hard to keep myself off of Google search results — I set the robots.txt on my blog to keep search engines out, I didn’t use my full name in any posts elsewhere, etc. I liked the feeling of privacy that came from being on page 2 (or later) in Google.
Lately, though, I’ve started to tip the other way — being more comfortable appearing in search results, and even being jealous when (as now) I’m not the #1 result for searches on “Joshua Auerbach.” It seems other people feel the same way.
What’s next — personal search engine optimization services?