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Filter Not Found in new deployment

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I have a development machine that everything works find on, and I'm trying to deploy to a production machine, and for some reason it's not finding my filter. The fact that it *knows* about the filter indicates (well, at least, I think it indicates) that it found the web app and associated directories. The public URL is http://www.infoisland.net, which points to /var/www/infoisland in the file system.

On the apache side, here's the apache host entry:

and here's the mod_jk configuration:

On the tomcat side, here's the server.xml section:

And, on the app side, here's the web.xml entry for the filter:

and here's the directory listing of the WEB-INF/classes directory (directly under the /var/www/infoisland directory):

and here is the WEB-INF/classes/infoisland listing, showing the CheckUser class:

And, lastly, here is the output of tomcat, throwing an exception because it can't find CheckUser:

I have also tried putting a infoisland.jar file in the WEB-INF/lib directory, with exactly the same results.

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