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SharePoint Calendar Error: The "ListViewWebPart" Web Part appears to be causing a problem. Index was outside the bounds of the array

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In one specific SharePoint calendar, on one specific week in that calendar when we select the "more items" link in the monthly view (or the expand all option) we get the following error:
The "ListViewWebPart" Web Part appears to be causing a problem. Index was outside the bounds of the array.

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If we select a different week the expand and collapse works fine in that calendar.
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by:tonan999
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Hmm, how many items are in the Calendar?  How many in that month?  In each week?

SPS 2003 can only handle so many items in a calendar, you have to edit the page that displays the calendar in SharePoint Designer or FrontPage.  Search for a string "=50 " in the page and you'll find the parameter (I can't remember it or find it on Google now).  Edit it to 500 or whatever the item limit you want.
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On some of the days with multiple calendar entries there are as few as 4, on others 6, on that week. We have no problem on the rest of the calendar using that function. It is only that specific week.
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Do you think you could try opening the calendar with Designer and editing that value?  This happened to me previously, and this was the fix for me.
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I searched the source code in that calendar and that value is not present. Can you think of anything else?
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Sorry, man, I'm all out.  Is there anything in the SharePoint logs (12 hive/Logs) when you get that error?
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