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In Sharepoint 3.0, a single month in Calendar view shows an unexpected error, but all others do not.

Posted on 2011-02-22
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Under Lists, my project a Sharepoint site (3.0) and any calendar view that shows April 2011 displays an unexpected error, but all other months display just fine. I have tried creating new calendars, and they too display the error. I suspect there is a problem in the database for that month, but do not know how to resolve it.
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by:OSSupport
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by:AndrewSkoraro
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Do you have a development site or test site that you can test this with?  If so, does it occur there?  

Can you turn off custom errors so you can see the actual error.  This is done in the web.config file and can be found at the root of the iis web site.

Change
<customErrors mode="On"/>
to
<customErrors mode="Off"/>
and save the file.

Let me know what is displayed on the page after these changes.
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by:OSSupport
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I made the change to the customErrors setting but the error message remains the same.
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I managed to enable the more descriptive error page.
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I found the solution: turning off Daylight Savings Time for the Egypt (+2 GMT) time zone worked.
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See the recommendation for more details.
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