From stack trace wrote:Invalid JSP file %2e%2e/%2e%2e/%2e%2e/%2e%2e/system/autoexec.ncf
Rob Spoor wrote:I'm guessing it's option 2. %2e means ., so the path is the URL encoded version of ../../../../system/autoexec.ncf. In other words - go back 4 times (which will go to the root if the current directory is at most 4 levels deep), then go into system, then try to access autoexec.ncf. I quick search shows that this file belongs to NetWare, so I'd be surprised this is caused by an I/O issue or botched Windows update.
Tommy Griffith wrote:In summary, localhost should display every single request, while catalina displays some exceptions which may be triggered by some of the requests.
localhost has everything to trace the requests...?
Tommy Griffith wrote:I think I was confirming that any request causing an exception in catalina will be logged in localhost.
Every request (good or bad) is logged in localhost?
thank you so much, again.