LO73243: A CUSTOM APPLICATION CAN TRIGGER VARIOUS GRAPHICS DRIVERS TO FAIL UNDER CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES
Closed as fixed if next.
An specially formatted embedded calendar view will result in corrupted graphics resulting in a crash of the display driver on many systems, especially with Intel embedded graphics found in many notebooks (see screenshot, video and sample database). The issue occurs in "Day" views with "Summarize" disabled, apparently only if the calendar view has a color column as the second column and a multivalue column with "newline" as separator. If the color column is removed or moved to the right, the issue does not occur.
Probable Cause: The first column inside the embedded view, of the custom application, is a color column; if this column is removed or moved to the right, the issue does not occur. The column "entry" is multi-value (separator: newline) - which will normally only display the first line in the "Day" view. With the color column in place, multiple lines are displayed, possibly causing the graphics problem.
This APAR is closed as FIN. We have deferred the fix to a future release.
This APAR is associated with SPR# JKEY936LTY. This APAR is closed as FIN. We have deferred the fix to a future release.
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