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  • rynish
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    Fix is working, Thank you for the support.

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  • Isomorphic
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    We've fixed this issue in 12.0+ - please retest with a build dated October 8 or later.

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  • Isomorphic
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    This is indeed a bug, and we see where the problem arises - we'll apply a fix in the coming days and get back to you.

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  • Isomorphic
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    Ok, we'll take a look and get back to you.

    One thing of note - assigning -1 as the eventId for all events isn't valid, so if your real code does that, you'll want to change it!

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  • rynish
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    CalendarTest.java CalendarTest.gwt.xml From the post #16,

    Please find attached test code . The filename is CalendarTest.java. The issue is being faced is for the schedule instance name dummy2 and test-lgpl-1 which are on september 17, 2021. We are upgrading from smartgwt-lgpl version 6.0-p20200625 to 12.0-p20210916.
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  • Isomorphic
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    Please see Post #14 - we need a standalone test case that demonstrates the issue. More screenshots do not help.

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  • rynish
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    Hi,

    In continuation from above posts,

    While upgrading the smartgwt version to version 12.0 2021-09-16 . There are some events that are getting disappeared from the day and week tabs, which were visible with version 6.
    The events mentioned in the week_with_smartgwt-6.0.PNG on 17/09 namely dummy-2 and test-lgpl-1 (Start Time: Sep 17,2021 12:00:00 AM and End Time: Sep18,2021 12:00:00 AM) are disappearing in week_with_smart_gwt-12.0.20210916.PNG.
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    Last edited by rynish; 20 Sep 2021, 20:52.

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  • mkmmkandan
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    I did not compile the GWT project properly with the latest jar. I recompiled once again. Now the events are not getting hidden.

    Except the look and feel looks different over different months.

    For August month, the vertical schedule bar looks thinner where there are other schedules which runs for the entire day.

    But for January 2022, where there are no overlapping schedules it looks proper. Is this expected behaviour?

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  • Isomorphic
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    Ok - as we said in posts #3 and #10, we'll now need to see your standalone test-case that demonstrates the issue - then we can look into it.

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  • mkmmkandan
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    Tried with https://www.smartclient.com/builds/S...GPL/2021-08-19 jar file. Still issue is happening

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  • Isomorphic
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    Yes, new builds arrive around 12pm GMT.

    On versions, your first link was to version 6.0, which is pretty old now - but you later noted that you'd updated to 12.0 - is that correct? If so, that's fine.

    You should try to keep no more than a couple of versions behind, so we'd generally advise moving to 12.0 or 12.1, if that's something you're able to do.

    In this case, you'll need 12.0 or higher, anyway, if you want this fix, because it hasn't been ported any further back, so far.

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  • mkmmkandan
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    Build would be available tomorrow? Which major version of smart gwt should I download?

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  • Isomorphic
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    We've made a quick-fix which ought to address this issue - please retest with a build dated August 19 or later.

    If you still see a problem, we will need to see full, runnable test-code, complete with the data-records necessary to show the problem, before we can take another look.
    Last edited by Isomorphic; 17 Aug 2021, 21:52.

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  • Isomorphic
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    It's assigned to be looked into - but, since you haven't provided a runnable test-case that shows the problem (you showed partial code and an image of there apparently NOT being a problem) and you don't currently have a support contract with us, this is somewhere down the list of priorities, unfortunately.

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  • mkmmkandan
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    Any tentative due dates, when will the issue be fixed?

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