LO85798: MULTIPLE ACCEPTS FOR REPEATING EVENT THAT ONLY HAS PARENT DOCUMENT, NO CHILD DOCUMENTS.
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Closed as program error.
Repeating events normally are represented in Domino with a parent document and child document(s) where the child document(s) represent the actual instances on the calendar. Repeating events can get corrupted such that they may only have the parent document (no child documents) and the instances (CalendarDataTime field) is on the parent document. In this case Traveler does not handle sending the device (attendee) their status (accepted/tentative), instead it is always sends 'needs action'. So no action buttons (accept, etc) are highlighted on the iOS device. This may be confusing to the user, they think they have accepted but the device does not reflect that. So they may try to accept again, etc.. The chair may get multiple accept notices. Traveler needs to check for this format of event documents and handle sending the correct status if the $BusyPriority field is available on the parent document. Fix also includes checking for this format of event to prevent (ignore) multiple replies of the same state (multiple accepts to chair). This can happen when user accepts event already accepted or iOS device gets in loop for some reason repeatedly sending accept notices.
If a repeating event would become corrupted, the user may always see "Needs Action" on the event on their Traveler device. The chair may also get multiple accept notices.
The Notes Traveler Server was updated to prevent this scenario from happening.
This fix will be included in IBM Traveler 188.8.131.52 and all later releases. For the latest Traveler Maintenance release information see this technote: http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg24019529
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