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I'm developing a plain servlet/JSP app, and running it on Glassfish with Netbeans. I use two computers to do the development, sync'd with SVN

For months, this has all worked perfectly.

Starting today, I switched to my big machine, compiled the code, and when I run it, it dies throwing the subject line exception.

I have no idea what changed, why it is throwing this.

A bit of the stack dump looks like:

The code that is throwing it is:

It is the Session.getDefaultInstance that is complaining.

I have no idea even where to start chasing this down. Any help, pointers, etc. greatly appreciated.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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